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Originally Posted by Mergus View Post
I'm dumbfounded that people actually were impressed by Geno. Sorry, I'll take the guy who throws 1 TD and 0 INT's week in and week out over the guy with 2 TD's and 2 INT's (one in their own territory).

Geno has shown one thing he can do better than EJ, throw a ball to a wide open deep receiver. Does anyone have the all 22 from NFL.com? The bills receivers were COVERED UP all game. They had 0 seperation and EJ had a defender in his face all game. 16 QB pressures! Unacceptable. And not all of that is on EJ. He ended up getting frazzled though. On the one stalled drive he had the slot receiver wide open and lofted a floater out of bounds in the endzone. He should have picked up at least the 1st down there if not a TD.

Geno on the other hand had all day to throw against a depleted secondary. You're comparing apples to oranges. To boot, he STILL through 2 INT's and they weren't excusable INT's (IE deflected passes). They were right on the defenders.

Through 3 games.

QB 1: 689 yards, 4TD, 1INT, 59.3% completion percentage, 86 QBR
QB 2: 801 yards, 3 TD, 6INT, 53.9% completion percentage, 65 QBR

Put Gilmore in this game and he doesn't throw either of those TD's.

Not really a tough call which QB I'd rather the bills drafted.

You guys are getting sucked into the JP loserman illusion. He can throw a deep ball, but nothing else.
The first one was a bad throw. The second was a great play by Alonzo.

Lost cause didn't hit on TOO MANY deep balls. After awhile he sucked altogether.

Really neither QB will be anything special.

You can't say that because then they would target other defenders like Williams for example so they still could have happened

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