Category: quarterback

Jake Locker: “I am making progress on the things that people had questions about”

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Jake Locker’s decision not to forgo his senior year may have been a critical mistake for him because his draft stock took a major hit after not living up to his lofty expectations this season.  Still, he finished with a very solid career at Washington starting 39 games, throwing for 7,639 yards, ...

Despite Losing to the Bears Pete Carroll and the Seahawks Are Excited About the Future

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

In Pete Carroll’s first year with Seattle, the Seahawks finished the season 8-10, losing in the NFC Divisional Round against the Chicago Bears 35-24.  Although they won their division, Seattle entered the playoffs with the worst regular season record of any qualifier in NFL history.  The doubters were abundant and ...

Tim Tebow Will Not Take “No” For An Answer

Monday, February 8th, 2010

Despite having one of the most successful college football careers of all-time there is much speculation surrounding Tim Tebow and whether or not he can succeed in the NFL as a quarterback. Some predict there is no way he slips past the second round and others say that he should ...

I Was Wrong About Mark Sanchez

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

All right I have to admit something. I didn’t think Mark Sanchez was going to fulfill all the hype he received after having an impressive combine and shooting up to the number five pick overall. I thought that was a desperate stretch for the Jets but I was wrong. Although ...

Sam Bradford’s Shoulder Rehab is Ahead of Schedule

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Sam Bradford is arguably the best quarterback in the upcoming draft. He has all the tools and intangibles necessary to have success in the NFL but first he has to prove to teams that his shoulder is healthy. After Dr. James Andrews performed surgery on his throwing shoulder nearly three ...

Michael Vick Continues On The Road to Redemption

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Michael Vick’s first year back in the NFL seemed to have gone pretty well. He did what he said he would do and sat quietly behind Donovan McNabb in Philadelphia while doing anything that was asked of him to help the team win games. He played sparingly throughout the season ...