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Thread: We already had our wildcat qb. Do you remember this play?

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    We already had our wildcat qb. Do you remember this play?

    [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6I2tjVQ7Ck"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6I2tjVQ7Ck[/URL]

    Tebow does not make that throw.

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    Fire Schotty now! :steamin:

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    Haha

    Yeah, one pass certainly makes Kerley a better option than Tebow.

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    That play was ALL Mulligan.

    Freaking Tanny :steamin:

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    [QUOTE=Untouchable;4407318]Haha

    Yeah, one pass certainly makes Kerley a better option than Tebow.[/QUOTE]
    And how many passes did he throw last year? This play just shows that he has talent to throw a rope under pressure. He was drafted to be a Wildcat qb and he showed a lot of promise in that position in my opinion.

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    [QUOTE=Queens Jet Fan;4407246][URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6I2tjVQ7Ck"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6I2tjVQ7Ck[/URL]

    Tebow does not make that throw.[/QUOTE]

    yes he does.

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    [QUOTE=Queens Jet Fan;4407375]And how many passes did he throw last year? This play just shows that he has talent to throw a rope under pressure. He was drafted to be a Wildcat qb and he showed a lot of promise in that position in my opinion.[/QUOTE]

    And now we have 2 Wildcat QBs. The opposing defense will have no idea where its coming from next. Their heads will be spinning so fast, they'll just surrender by the second quarter.

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    [QUOTE=Queens Jet Fan;4407375]And how many passes did he throw last year? This play just shows that he has talent to throw a rope under pressure. He was drafted to be a Wildcat qb and he showed a lot of promise in that position in my opinion.[/QUOTE]
    There's more to the wildcat than throwing passes.

    In fact, I believe the majority of wildcat plays result in runs, not passes.

    That's the problem. Kerley is not powerful enough to break tackles. He's not the answer there.

    You brought this up in the Tebow thread. Does it really warrant its own thread?

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    [QUOTE=crasherino;4407382]And now we have 2 Wildcat QBs. The opposing defense will have no idea where its coming from next. Their heads will be spinning so fast, they'll just surrender by the second quarter.[/QUOTE]

    Triple quarterback sets. Shotgun style. Could be snapped anywhere.

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    [QUOTE=Jordy;4407396]There's more to the wildcat than throwing passes.

    In fact, I believe the majority of wildcat plays result in runs, not passes.

    That's the problem. Kerley is not powerful enough to break tackles. He's not the answer there.

    You brought this up in the Tebow thread. Does it really warrant its own thread?[/QUOTE]
    Kerley is fast and shifty. He's not a power back. He runs fine. Why would we have him as a punt returner if he doesn't have good running ability?

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    The rest of the plays showed why Kerley is not a Wildcat QB, he has no moves and can't break tackles, and like it or not, the Wildcat is mainly a running formation so those qualities are very important to have. Kerley's a slot WR, nothing more, nothing less.

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