The fifth annual edition of The Deep Ball Project is here, see how accurate your team's quarterback is on deep passes! This is Part 2/3 of the 2018-19 edition.
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!
Jonathan Kinsley explains why Kareem Hunt should be the MVP frontrunner through four weeks into the 2017 season.
32-21 20-11 10-1 Quarterbacks. Everyone fights over them, everyone ranks them, and with everyones' lists being so different, is there a definitive ranking of each starting quarterback? Well, maybe. That's why I'm here. I've watched all 32 of the projected starting quarterbacks heading into 2017 and ranked them in order from best to worst … Continue reading 2017 Starting Quarterback Power Rankings (32-21)
Part 3 of the 2016-17 Deep Ball Project.
I'm sure you've all heard it by now. The Kansas City Chiefs have not had a wide receiver touchdown in the regular season in quite some time, starting Week 15 of 2013, and going to the present day. It's a streak that keeps increasing and increasing. Now, you're probably wondering; are we able to figure … Continue reading Just How Amazing Is The Kansas City Chiefs’ Wide Receiver Touchdown Drought?
Twitter seems to have a lot of quarterback debates these days. So to add to the fun, I decided to type up this article in the wee hours of the morning (after celebrating in downtown Cleveland after the Cavs made it back to the NBA Finals). No franchise wants to deal with the “make it … Continue reading Quarterbacks Entering “Make Or Break” Seasons In 2015
You guys know that I’m very active when I describe the 10 best quarterbacks in today’s NFL. My rankings come from hours and hours of research and thoughtful conclusions, and none of that “all he does is win” crap. Apparently someone at NFL Network forgot the memo, because they created a list ranking the 10 … Continue reading Narrative Killer #2: “Alex Smith is a Winner And Needs A Better Supporting Cast.”
The QB Extension Market has come once again.The Chiefs extended quarterback Alex Smith to a new 4-year deal worth $68M ($17M per year, $45M guaranteed). Smith will enter his 9th year in the NFL, and will come off a season where he earned his first Pro Bowl appearance.But while Alex Smith is now getting paid … Continue reading Alex Smith Is NOT A Franchise QB (For Now)