Want to know how good your favorite quarterback is at throwing the ball? Jonathan Kinsley has the answers you need in the 2017-18 edition of the Deep Ball Project!
The Vikings are Holding Teddy Bridgewater Back
A lot has been said about Teddy Bridgewater's sophomore season of 2015. After a nice rookie season where most people were sold on him as a young quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings, all the praise suddenly turned into hostility, when future HOF runningback Adrian Peterson returned and had an All-Pro year. Though the Vikings made … Continue reading The Vikings are Holding Teddy Bridgewater Back
Marcus Mariota Is Already A Quality Starter In The NFL
The Titans went 3-13 in 2015, but under the command of rookie Marcus Mariota, are in good hands. Entering his sophomore year, the quarterback from Oregon endured many ups and downs before ending the season with a knee injury and an MCL sprain. In 12 games, Mariota finished 2015 with a 64.2 completion percentage for … Continue reading Marcus Mariota Is Already A Quality Starter In The NFL
Blake Bortles: The NFL’s Most Inconsistent Quarterback
With an offseason full of promising draft selections and free agent acquisitions, the Jacksonville Jaguars' future stock looks to be on the rise. Despite going 5-11 in 2015, there was plenty to get excited about. The WR duo of Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns combined for 2,431 yards and 24 touchdowns in 2015, rookie runningback … Continue reading Blake Bortles: The NFL’s Most Inconsistent Quarterback
Is Kirk Cousins Holding The Washington Redskins Back?
After clinching the NFC East division for the first time since 2012, the Washington Redskins appear to have finally found stability as a franchise. After then starting QB Robert Griffin III suffered a concussion during a preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens, head coach Jay Gruden decided to make a switch in starters, giving backup … Continue reading Is Kirk Cousins Holding The Washington Redskins Back?
2015 Was Ben Roethlisberger’s Greatest Season Yet: Here’s Why
Although it ended in disappointment, the 2015 Pittsburgh Steelers season was one to remember. Thanks to an explosive offense that combined a highly efficient run game with awe inspiring downfield passing (not to mention the blessing of the football gods), the Steelers overcame a multitude of injuries to rally to a 10-6 record, sneaking back … Continue reading 2015 Was Ben Roethlisberger’s Greatest Season Yet: Here’s Why