It's been heavily debated as to who the best young quarterback in the league is, with Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston, Derek Carr, and Dak Prescott generally are in these debates. With so many different answers, no one's really agreed on who the top dog is. You've already seen my answer by clicking this article. Marcus … Continue reading Marcus Mariota Is The Best Young Quarterback In the NFL
By now, Colin Kaepernick's kneel down during the National Anthem in 2016 has been imprinted inside every football fans' heads. Done to protest what he felt was the oppression of blacks and people of color, his decision to kneel for the anthem has been met with both praise and criticism. Front offices turned on Kaepernick … Continue reading Colin Kaepernick Is A Good Quarterback And Deserves To Start
Introduction The quarterback draft class of 2012 was one of the best in NFL history. In the same breath as 1983 and 2004, the names include Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson, Kirk Cousins, Ryan Tannehill, Nick Foles, and Robert Griffin III. Luck and Wilson are universally accepted as the two best quarterbacks from that class. With … Continue reading Ryan Tannehill Is the NFL’s Most Underrated Quarterback
Two of the best young quarterbacks in the NFL are Derek Carr and Dak Prescott. Both were quality quarterbacks in 2016, being praised for having what many considered MVP caliber seasons. Both Carr and Prescott led their respective teams to double digit wins and the postseason. When it comes to awarding credit, Prescott hasn't received … Continue reading Derek Carr and Dak Prescott: Similarities, Differences, and Quality
Matt Ryan won the MVP in 2016, but with the departure of Kyle Shanahan, is there reason for concern for the QB heading into 2017?
Part 3 of the 2016-17 Deep Ball Project.
Part 2 of the 2016-17 Deep Ball Project.
Want to know how you QB did on downfield passing? The 2016-17 Deep Ball Project is here to answer your questions.
Jonathan Kinsley previews his annual Deep Ball Project with a sample page of Sam Bradford's entry into the 2016-17 DBP.
Jonathan Kinsley explores the underrated Kenny Britt and why he'd be a really good addition to any team needing a wide receiver.