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The JTO WTF Statistic Tracker Thread

Originally posted by cestmoi:
JTO lead us to a win.. HUGE WTF!?
(that was a good wtf)

and he did it twice in one day.

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For the seahawk game JTO receives a 0 WTF rating!
he scares me when he runs sometimes cuz he stumbles over him self but the sack near the sideline.... i literally said WTF!!!!!!!
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Originally posted by ElmiraNiner52:
he scares me when he runs sometimes cuz he stumbles over him self but the sack near the sideline.... i literally said WTF!!!!!!!

I noticed that also. When he uses his "escape ability" he looks like he is having a seizure and will fall over himself. But hey man, he got the job done!
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Originally posted by NorCaL9er:
Originally posted by football101:
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Still better than Alex Smith.

You still have to go with the best guy.
Yeah right! Next week............much of the same! He is a turn over machine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

20/32 321 Yards 1 TD and 32 Yards Rushing...EAT IT

Someone wanted to hate on JTO
1 WTF on that fumbled snap...
Originally posted by ritchie:
1 WTF on that fumbled snap...

What about running 8 yards deep into the arms of the DE? He was standing in the friggin pocket and just needed to step up to have a couple more seconds but instead he backs up? WTF?
Originally posted by ritchie:
1 WTF on that fumbled snap...

The positives from JTO's performance against the hawks outweights that one WTF....
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Originally posted by 9erReign:
Originally posted by ritchie:
1 WTF on that fumbled snap...

What about running 8 yards deep into the arms of the DE? He was standing in the friggin pocket and just needed to step up to have a couple more seconds but instead he backs up? WTF?

I might give him 6 WTF's. The fumble, the interception (called back penalty), the stumble and fall for a sack, several hold the ball too longs . . .

I think his new nickname is JTOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
He still feels "rusty" to me but he was seriously better than last week. We knew going in that the Seattle D was tough. He should look pretty good in comparison next week against the Lions. I could learn to like this guy.

Give JTO credit, he lead us to victory in a hostile environment against a tough division opponent when Gore was not a potent weapon. At the same time, to deny the WTF's is insane.
Originally posted by stodgman:
Originally posted by 9erReign:
Originally posted by ritchie:
1 WTF on that fumbled snap...

What about running 8 yards deep into the arms of the DE? He was standing in the friggin pocket and just needed to step up to have a couple more seconds but instead he backs up? WTF?

I might give him 6 WTF's. The fumble, the interception (called back penalty), the stumble and fall for a sack, several hold the ball too longs . . .

I think his new nickname is JTOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
He still feels "rusty" to me but he was seriously better than last week. We knew going in that the Seattle D was tough. He should look pretty good in comparison next week against the Lions. I could learn to like this guy.

Give JTO credit, he lead us to victory in a hostile environment against a tough division opponent when Gore was not a potent weapon. At the same time, to deny the WTF's is insane.

He didn't throw an INT.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by stodgman:
Originally posted by 9erReign:
Originally posted by ritchie:
1 WTF on that fumbled snap...

What about running 8 yards deep into the arms of the DE? He was standing in the friggin pocket and just needed to step up to have a couple more seconds but instead he backs up? WTF?

I might give him 6 WTF's. The fumble, the interception (called back penalty), the stumble and fall for a sack, several hold the ball too longs . . .

I think his new nickname is JTOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
He still feels "rusty" to me but he was seriously better than last week. We knew going in that the Seattle D was tough. He should look pretty good in comparison next week against the Lions. I could learn to like this guy.

Give JTO credit, he lead us to victory in a hostile environment against a tough division opponent when Gore was not a potent weapon. At the same time, to deny the WTF's is insane.

He didn't throw an INT.

Maybe you missed it. He threw a ball straight to the S but got bailed out by a PI call. Pretty lucky, Bruce had no chance at the ball and it was pretty much uncatchable.
Originally posted by 9erReign:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by stodgman:
Originally posted by 9erReign:
Originally posted by ritchie:
1 WTF on that fumbled snap...

What about running 8 yards deep into the arms of the DE? He was standing in the friggin pocket and just needed to step up to have a couple more seconds but instead he backs up? WTF?

I might give him 6 WTF's. The fumble, the interception (called back penalty), the stumble and fall for a sack, several hold the ball too longs . . .

I think his new nickname is JTOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
He still feels "rusty" to me but he was seriously better than last week. We knew going in that the Seattle D was tough. He should look pretty good in comparison next week against the Lions. I could learn to like this guy.

Give JTO credit, he lead us to victory in a hostile environment against a tough division opponent when Gore was not a potent weapon. At the same time, to deny the WTF's is insane.

He didn't throw an INT.

Maybe you missed it. He threw a ball straight to the S but got bailed out by a PI call. Pretty lucky, Bruce had no chance at the ball and it was pretty much uncatchable.

If he didn't get bumped out of bounds, he would have had a chance to break it up. But yes, it could also have been an INT. Good thing it wasn't.
Let's face it, he's going to do some crazy sh1t, but also give some amazing plays. We haven't had that from our QB in a long time.
Originally posted by XNap:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
The one big "WTF" as you say would just be the fumbled snap. It was all on JT, as Heitmann snapped it well. That's fundamental and JT can't do that. If I recall, that was actually something that Kurt Warner used to struggle with at times too early in his career. JTO needs to get that under control.

Does JTO have a history of fumbling snaps though? Even the best QBs have the odd fumbled snap every once in a while. I know he's had fumbles and been stripped several times so far in Week 1 and the preseason, but I don't recall any fumbled snaps.

Yes JTO does have a history of fumbling snaps. He even did it in his one game last year in Detroit (in addition to fumbling a hand-off that was returned for a TD). I don't remember if he had any in the pre-season, but it really doesn't matter. We're moving forward. Let's hope that doesn't happen again.
Originally posted by 9erReign:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by stodgman:
Originally posted by 9erReign:
Originally posted by ritchie:
1 WTF on that fumbled snap...

What about running 8 yards deep into the arms of the DE? He was standing in the friggin pocket and just needed to step up to have a couple more seconds but instead he backs up? WTF?

I might give him 6 WTF's. The fumble, the interception (called back penalty), the stumble and fall for a sack, several hold the ball too longs . . .

I think his new nickname is JTOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
He still feels "rusty" to me but he was seriously better than last week. We knew going in that the Seattle D was tough. He should look pretty good in comparison next week against the Lions. I could learn to like this guy.

Give JTO credit, he lead us to victory in a hostile environment against a tough division opponent when Gore was not a potent weapon. At the same time, to deny the WTF's is insane.

He didn't throw an INT.

Maybe you missed it. He threw a ball straight to the S but got bailed out by a PI call. Pretty lucky, Bruce had no chance at the ball and it was pretty much uncatchable.

In the NFL, an interception only counts when the call is upheld. Just FYI, you know.