We were talking about RGIII not luck, You're just hating on him bc he and Luck are linked, no other reason.
Geno has excellent footwork, accuracy and a pretty good arm. He may not be as good as RGIII, but he's a NFL QB.
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The upside is the offense is looking sharper.
It's too early to say RGIII will be better than Luck.
Especially the way RG3 was getting clobbered last week. I just feel like Shanahan's option offense is not good for him injury wise. Too many hits when your QB is running the ball on designed plays
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I think Luck is the better "QB" and RG the more Dynamic player if that makes sense.
RGIII was kind of injury prone in college. I hope he can stay healthy. I like watching him play.
RG3 Advantage: Athleticism and Arm Strength
Luck Advantage: Smarts and Size
Same: Accuracy, Clutch Factor, Work Ethic, Release Time, and Character
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Another big advantage for Luck is the PAC-12 has produced successful QBs compared to the Big 12. Since the Big 12 was formed in the 90s, it hasn't produced a single successful QB long-term. RGIII would be the first. The jury is still out on Bradford as well. Not sure why, but my guess is that Big 12 offenses are mostly gimmicky spread stat padding offenses.
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