Discussion in 'Smack Central' started by zackmann, Oct 2, 2006.
My point is that your statement does not qualify Matt as being a more accomplished passer
Matt Leinart 34 of 55 61.8 % competion percentage 2 td 1 int Preseason & regular Season
Vince Young 53-110 48.1% completion percentage 3td 4 int Preseason & regular season.
Pulling out the pre-season stats. Doh.
We will have to wait and see there isn't enough regular season info on leinart yet. It is obvious Vince has more upside then Matt. However, right now I think Leinart will outperform Vince.
but that's not what you said originally
you said that Matt was a more accomplished passer
that's the point I am arguing
and pre-season stats mean nothing
I think Cutler is better than either one
Don't take away his only arguement Broken Record, that's just rude.
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I'm thinking no one really cares. Just my opinion. BTW, how many regular season games has Cutler played in now?
Leinhart and Young are both a little old for rookies at 23. Young was redshirted and probably had the traditional Texas hold back as a youth so he would be more physically mature for the friday night lightes - but I am guessing on that.
Leinhart was redshirted.
Whatever were both born in the spring of 1983
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