I would think so. JMO Jake is a really good college QB but I don't believe he will ever become a starting QB in the NFL. Now he could make some money like AJ being a backup and there is nothing bad about collecting a million per year wear New Era baseball hats. Beside AJ needs to save his energy for when he gets home...…..can you fell me
I would love to see Brady at UA. I thought I read today somebody was interested in him for a NFL position, but I’m not 100% sure. Read today that it was expected that Moore was staying in Dallas, but you know how the media can be with their stories and shit
I was being hyperbolic but he was a much better college QB than Fromm... I can't compare their NFL careers, though, considering Fromm isn't in the NFL. I mean Winston just threw for like 5,000 yards and 30 TD this season, his fault (in the NFL) has always been turnovers. I heard someone the other day make the comment that he has the unbelievable ability to keep both teams in the game.
First QB ever to throw 30 TDs and 30 ints that’s something. I just don’t think he’s a good NFL QB at all and if he can start then I think even with the issues Fromm might have he can at least throw 30 and 30 with receivers like what Winston throws to.
There was a similar situation with West Virginia last year. When they were interviewing folks, some weirdo on a blog was posting things up daily about "XXXX is going to be named head coach" and it would change every few days. It finally got to the point where it looked like Neal Brown was the guy. He put out on Twitter as "breaking news" that Neal Brown had informed the team in a team meeting that he was taking the job. I happened to be literally standing with with Troy's starting center at the time when I saw it retweeted. It just so happened that Brown did end up being the one that took the job, like two weeks later, but I get the feeling whoever this person was was getting all his info from some message board somewhere and pretending like he had actual sources. I would imagine that's what this kid is doing, too.