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Middle of the road QBs...who gets the nod?

Postby Sad But True » Sun Sep 01, 2002 2:07 pm

I have M. Vick, T. Green, and S. Matthews as my QBs. 6pts per TD, 1pt per 25 yds passing. I can only start 1 QB.

M. Vick- I want to start him, but I think he will be nervous, and he is on the road at GreenBay.

T. Green- He is surrounded in weapons, but has had a couple bad preseason games. Throwing INTs = -2 pts

S. Matthews- Possibly a Warner type season under Spurrier's offense, Many are saying he will switch QBs back and forth in the game.

Week 1 is only a few days away, I really need to know your anaylasis
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Postby terpfan » Sun Sep 01, 2002 2:21 pm

I'm a big Skins fan but I'd hold off on starting Matthews for a while. First, see how Spurrier uses his qbs and how they play in the regular season for a few games. That leaves Vick and Green. Out of these two I think Green wins hands down. He is more experienced that Vick and will have more total TDs. He is much more valuble than Vick when passing TDs are 6 points. Green may throw more interceptions than you would like, but so will Vick. Green should be improved now that he has another year of experience with Vermeil, has a new weapon in Morton, a system that likes to air it out, and a now proven running game. Start Green for now, but watch the progress of your other two qbs. You have three qbs who could surprise people this year.
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