- Apr 19, 2006
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Absolutely true, but an evaluation of a Qb should completely stop after the ball touches the hands of the receiver..That’s why I don’t buy anyone trying to sell me the whole he is who he is because of the talent he played with.True, but talented WRs can increase QBs YPA, TDs, and other stats.
When you watch Tua and You study the eye manipulation, the anticipation to throw, the accuracy and ball placement, ball placement that would have Bill Walsh rising from his grave, you don’t care About the talent that is catching the ball or what they do with it when secured..
I will reiterate something that is hard to get folks to understand, and that is, it takes more talent to distribute the ball to highly talented receivers and backs..The Qb must be able to keep up, gauge speed and separation ability and adjust throws relative to that level of talent, a lesser qb would not be able to keep up with the Ferrari’s..now would their stats increase? Sure, but that’s where you have to find the line in the evaluation, and that line is when the ball touches their hands, after that it’s all moot.