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 3/3 of the 2018-19 edition.
Jonathan Kinsley explains why Russell Wilson's greatest supporting cast comes in 2017.
32-21 20-11 10-1 10. Ryan Tannehill: Miami Dolphins Like Sam Bradford, Ryan Tannehill's reputation is unearned. Perceived as an average quarterback, his skill set is diverse and he played a big role in guiding the Dolphins to the playoffs. Tannehill is best known for his rollout ability, but he also excels in moving around the … Continue reading 2017 Starting Quarterback Power Rankings (10-1)
Part 3 of the 2016-17 Deep Ball Project.
Doug Baldwin is one of the league's elite receivers, argue Jonathan Kinsley.
Russell Wilson's numbers might not show it, but through the first 4 games of the season he is an MVP candidate.
Ignore this post if you're a Cleveland Browns fan. For the rest of us, however, enjoy. Today, I'm taking a look at the most consecutive regular seasons without at least 3 touchdown passes. My article only includes franchise quarterbacks (guys given extensions or treated like the franchise QB), as rookies, 2nd-year QBs like Derek Carr … Continue reading Franchise QBs And Most Consecutive Regular Season Games Without 3 TD Passes
If someone can tell me how the Ravens won on Thursday against the Steelers, I will pay you in Trident gum (Sugar free, no less.). The introductory sentence above seems more interesting than both Sunday and Monday Night matchups have combined. One day, this may have looked good on paper, but that’s not the case … Continue reading Primetime Previews: Week 4, 2015
Quarterback debates are everywhere in today’s age, and no debate has been more prominent or discussed than the Peyton Manning-Tom Brady debate. Whether you prefer Manning or Brady, there’s no denying both are the 2 greatest quarterbacks the 21st century has seen thus far, offering a multitude of elite seasons. While Manning was racking up … Continue reading The Andrew Luck Vs. Russell Wilson QB Debate
Welcome to the first “episode” of my series of articles called Narrative Killer, where I take a narrative people believe and destroy it with my own set of facts and research. Today, I tackle the idea that Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is nothing more than a game manager. Since coming out of the 3rd … Continue reading Narrative Killer #1: “Russell Wilson Is A Game Manager.”