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18 responses to “PFF ranked all 130 starting QBs, Sawyer Smith ranked No. 130”

  1. Wade

    Wonder what he ranked after fl game I was confident in sawyer but injury’s must be too hard to overcome right now and stoop sis to blame imo smith is better than a few of those I’m sure but stats tell all as of now. Wonder what that does to his mindset and stoops saying he will play this week. Smh at these coaches this yr

    1. mashburnfan1

      Goes back to the question. If he was that injured WHY did Eddie Gran call the most passing plays in the last 2 games that he has ever called while here? Why do you wait till you have a so called badly injured backup QB to decide to air it out 35-40 times? Guy is clueless despite his many years of experience.

  2. cozbob

    Is that good? lol

  3. Realme

    Well that should be good for his confidence once he heals and is ready to come back.

  4. ChetSteadmansSalisburySteak

    So there’s room for improvement.

  5. cmgormanjr1

    This ranking is typical how things can be distorted. He almost (should’ve) been the starting QB that beat Florida, whose playing like a legit top 5-7 team.

    1. Cousins Fake Tooth

      Almost win doesn’t count. Still an L.

    2. mashburnfan1

      Was not his fault we lost, the staff got scared and shut down the offense and defense trying “not to lose” instead of trying to win. Even with all the bad play calls on both sides, if we simply QB sneak {the play we got 3 yards on twice} or give to the big back CROD on 4th and 1 we probably still win it. Also even with all those bad calls it was a 35 yard FG miss away. Smith was not perfect this game, was darn good though, but in no way lost it for us even with 2 terrible turnovers, 1 to start each half.

    3. 4evrUKBlue

      And mashbum the football apologist and one sport “fan”

    4. 4evrUKBlue

      Oh and he’s a liar, a fraud and the turd in the punchbowl.

  6. TonyMontana


    1. J. Did


      Dude was injured.

  7. J. Did

    Bummer. I’m sure he feels the same. It is what it is. Despite the furiously incessant injuries. Team is not deep enough. Instead of “Bring It”, perhaps the mantra should be: Reload. And then: RUN MOFO.

  8. Bluebloodtoo

    Unfortunately, THESE rankings are hugely based on statistical data, so all those subjective things aren’t going to be judged. That’s the downside of using data.

  9. njcat54

    These same guys ranked him higher than Terry Wilson before the season started.

    They must just read stats and leave it at that. No further investigation necessary. Such clowns.

  10. Hot Stuff Eddie Gilbert

    He should be last. Glass Joe here can’t even finish a game.

  11. BluKudzu

    Yes, things are bad. HOW BAD? We have the 130th best quarterback throwing touchdowns for the other teams.
    And an OC that calls for him to do so.
    Basically, you could put a 4th team OG under center and get similar results.

  12. Steady

    Walker Wood must be terrible.