Originally posted by Bluesbro:
Originally posted by vrabbit:
So a QB who's 2 inches taller and 13 pounds heavier is automatically better? Good to know.
Also, you might want to follow NFL drafts a little bit closer: the only reason RG3 didn't go #1 overall was because Andrew Luck was in the same draft class. There's a reason why the Redskins traded a boatload to move up to get him. Kaep wasn't even considered a first rounder. RG3 was definitely the more highly touted prospect out of the two.
Feel free to argue that experts were wrong - was Kaep lucky to not be drafted by, say, the Jaguars?
If your argument is that he was rated highr by the 'experts', then that just doesn't hold water. Joe Montana in the 3rd, Tom Brady in the 6th. I rest my case! The experts are wrong all the time and in every single draft.
You do make a good point forecasting Kaep so the number of games played is equal to Griffin. That is good stuff and very interesting. But the difference maker is injuries, and Griffin has had some big ones already. He just seems more fragile. But I guess anyone can go down on any given Sunday (or Monday, ot Thursday ... lol).
I wasn't really arguing anything there, just responding the guy's question
Dont know how RG3 was the bigger prospect, arent prospects about potential?
Obviously he wasn't following the draft very well.