The #1 Site for NFL News on the Net!
 
PortalHomeCalendarFAQSearchRegisterMemberlistUsergroupsLog in

Share | 
 

 Good Article on John Beck

View previous topic View next topic Go down 
AuthorMessage
The Referee
Administrator
Administrator
avatar

Number of posts : 466
Age : 29
Location : Bowling Green, OH
Favorite Teams : Miami Dolphins
Registration date : 2008-02-04

PostSubject: Good Article on John Beck   Tue Mar 18, 2008 3:07 am

http://www.palmbeachpost.com/sports/content/sports/epaper/2008/03/17/0317dolphinsforweb.html

It really seems like he is trying really hard to be the starter this year. I have seen many many articles and interviews of John Beck (especially since I'm a Dolphins Fan) and he really seem to want to compete for the job and isnt expecting to be given the starting job. He knows he has to win the starting job and I think he will. If Miami gets him a respectable offensive line and some weapons throw to he WILL look like an actual QB in the NFL.


_________________

"You lose with potential. You win with performance."...Bill Parcells
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://theredzone.talk-forums.com
Line Judge
Administrator
Administrator
avatar

Number of posts : 211
Registration date : 2008-02-04

PostSubject: Re: Good Article on John Beck   Wed Mar 19, 2008 5:26 pm

I've said it 100 times that Beck reminds me too much of Charlie Frye. (same jersey number even) I hope though that I'm wrong, because he does seem like a good guy, who really puts the work in to try improving. With the horrible line they had last season, anyone would look bad though, I give him 1 more year to prove himself.
Back to top Go down
View user profile
The Referee
Administrator
Administrator
avatar

Number of posts : 466
Age : 29
Location : Bowling Green, OH
Favorite Teams : Miami Dolphins
Registration date : 2008-02-04

PostSubject: Re: Good Article on John Beck   Mon Mar 24, 2008 7:09 am

http://www.sportingnews.com/blog/gunnsmith/75243?rss=1
I didnt realize this but Beck scored the 10th highest score (34) on the Wonderlic test last year which means he is smart enough to play the position. He was rated as the most accurate QB in the draft too. So he does have the tools but he just needs a team around him (like every other QB in the League).

Beck has also gained 16 LBS this offseason so far (and he isnt on the JaMarcus Russell Diet either, lol). That would put him up to around 221 LBs. On ESPN they said he is looking pretty good in his offseason workouts so far. They said he has been out there everyday working out trying to improve himself.

I bet you can't name 1 QB in the league that has been sucessful that doesnt have a team behind him.

Lets look at the starting QBs:
Sucessful:
Tom Brady: great weapons, great O-line, good run game, good defense
Derek Anderson: Good WR (Edwards, Winslow) Good Run game, Good O-line
Ben Roethlisberger: Good O-line, Good WR/TE, Great run game, young
Carson Palmer: Decent O-line, Decent Run game, Great WR
Philip Rvers: GREAT run game, Good weapons (chambers, GAte, LT) good O-line, young
Jay Cutler: decent O-line, decent run game, good WR's, young
Peyton Manning: Great O-line, Great WR/TE, Good Run Game
David Garrard: Great RB's, Decent WR, Good O-line
Tony Romo: good O-line, Great RB/WR
Eli Manning: Good WR/RB good O-line
Donovan McNabb: Great RB, decent WR, good O-line
Brett Farve: Good O-line/WR/RB
Drew Brees: Good WR, decent O-line, Good RB's
Jeff Garcia: Good O-line, decent WR's (Galloway), Decent RB (better whne Williams is Healthy)
Matt Hasslebeck: Good O-line, Good WR, Good RB

Strugglers:
JP Losman: decent weapons (Evans), Decent Line, good run game
Chad Pennington: Good Line, Bad Run Game, Decent weapons (Coles, Cotchery)
John Beck: Bad Run Game (when brown was injured), Lost WR weapons (Booker, Ginn) O-line stinks, young
Steve McNair: Decent Oline (OLD) Not the greatest WR, good Run Game
Brodie Croyal: Good Run Game, decent o-line (OLD) bad weapons (other than Gonzo), young
McCown/Culpepper: decent Run game, not good WR, not the greatest o-line
Vince Young: decent/good RB, NO WR, decent O-line (might be a sucessful one but not IMO)
Matt Schaub: no RB, decent Good WR, not the best O-line
Jason Campbell: good RB, okay line, WR could be upgraded, young
Rex Grossman: No RB, Decent WR, okay line
Jon Kitna: O-line Stinks, RB not the greatest, Great WR
Tavares Jackson:Great RB, Decent WR, Great Oline, Young
Harrington/Leftwhich: Bad o-line, Decent RB, No WR help
David Carr: okay o-line, No RB, Decent WR's (smith)
Matt Lienhart/Warner: okay O-line, Great WR, Decent RB (Matt is young)
Bulger/Furotte: Bulger (injured) decent o-line, Good RB, Good WR
Alex Smith: NO WR, good RB, not the best o-line, young

not one of the successful QB's don't have talent around them. Beck Will be fine if he gets talent around him. i think ginn will be great next year with brown and parcells is upgrading the line already and should do more in the draft.

_________________

"You lose with potential. You win with performance."...Bill Parcells
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://theredzone.talk-forums.com
Sponsored content




PostSubject: Re: Good Article on John Beck   

Back to top Go down
 
Good Article on John Beck
View previous topic View next topic Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
-
» Good Article On Case Saver and more
» Good article on riding a race board.
» Good Article
» Good Luck for passing your test tomorrow John (lian&johnwrx)
» In depth article on Elena Berezhnaya

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
 :: General :: National Football League-
Jump to: