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1 hour ago, BestDaneSinceHamlet said:

Mencer is third team. 

That's crazy. We got robbed on two fronts now.

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3 hours ago, Dane96 said:

Undercuffler and Mencer absences are laughable.  

Outright disrespect!

 

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1 hour ago, Clickclack said:

Yeah, Trey Lance with 1100 less yards and 16 less TD's is the ticket...what a joke...lol

Incredible!

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I just don’t understand how Undercuffler is not a top 6 qb.  They picked two for each team.  

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3 minutes ago, Dane96 said:

I just don’t understand how Undercuffler is not a top 6 qb.  They picked two for each team.  

And Rhode Island had TWO first team guys!!!!!!!!!!!  One a WR!

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12 minutes ago, Dane96 said:

I just don’t understand how Undercuffler is not a top 6 qb.  They picked two for each team.  

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2 hours ago, Clickclack said:

Yeah, Trey Lance with 1100 less yards and 16 less TD's is the ticket...what a joke...lol

And no interceptions and 800 rushing yards and 11 rushing TDs.   It's not apples to apples. 

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3 hours ago, Clickclack said:

Yeah, Trey Lance with 1100 less yards and 16 less TD's is the ticket...what a joke...lol

"But he ran for 800 more yards!"

Trey Lance: 3,291 combined yards, 36 TDs (25 passing, 11 rushing), 0 INT
Jeff Undercuffler: 3,385 combined yards, 42 TDs (41 passing, 1 rushing), 10 INT

I'd still take JUC.

COMPLETE AND UTTER DISRESPEC'. I HOPE JUC MAKES EM PUT SUM RESPEC' ON HIS NAME NEXT YEAR.

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1 hour ago, BestDaneSinceHamlet said:

And no interceptions and 800 rushing yards and 11 rushing TDs.   It's not apples to apples. 

Fine, whatever, he's not better than Lance. But like D96 said, you're telling me the other QB's in the FCS were better? Ridiculous!

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I took the time to compile the stats into a spreadsheet. I stand corrected...he's certainly a great QB but you can make the case for most of these guys to be on 1st, 2nd or 3rd teams.

It seems, with the way the NFL is going (Lamar Jackson, Wilson, etc.) that not being able to be mobile enough can be a detriment when people look at your stats.

Also, he took a lot of sacks...
 

QB			Team			Year		COMP	ATT	COMP%	YDS	AVG	TD	INT	LNG	SACK	Rsh ATT	Rsh YDS	Rsh AVG	Rsh TD	Rsh Long
Jeff Undercuffler	Albany			Freshman	261	463	56.4%	3524	7.6	41	10	64	35	59	-139	-2.4	1	12
Trey Lance		NDSU			Freshman	171	256	66.8%	2491	9.7	25	0	88	11	128	870	6.8	11	61
Kevin Thomson		Sac. State		Junior		263	448	58.7%	3212	7.2	27	8	88	13	127	619	4.9	12	36
Ben DiNucci		JMU			Senior		227	319	71.2%	2982	9.3	25	5	80	22	101	498	4.9	6	34
Case Cookus		Northern Arizona	Senior		290	481	60.3%	4095	8.5	31	7	94	17	45	19	0.4	1	27
Eric Barriere		Eastern Washington	Junior		258	438	58.9%	3712	8.5	31	4	80	26	119	558	4.7	8	92
Kenji Bahar		Monmouth		Senior		289	448	64.5%	3684	8.2	30	9	92	26	76	177	2.3	4	65

 

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27 minutes ago, Eli said:

I took the time to compile the stats into a spreadsheet. I stand corrected...he's certainly a great QB but you can make the case for most of these guys to be on 1st, 2nd or 3rd teams.

It seems, with the way the NFL is going (Lamar Jackson, Wilson, etc.) that not being able to be mobile enough can be a detriment when people look at your stats.

Also, he took a lot of sacks...
 


QB			Team			Year		COMP	ATT	COMP%	YDS	AVG	TD	INT	LNG	SACK	Rsh ATT	Rsh YDS	Rsh AVG	Rsh TD	Rsh Long
Jeff Undercuffler	Albany			Freshman	261	463	56.4%	3524	7.6	41	10	64	35	59	-139	-2.4	1	12
Trey Lance		NDSU			Freshman	171	256	66.8%	2491	9.7	25	0	88	11	128	870	6.8	11	61
Kevin Thomson		Sac. State		Junior		263	448	58.7%	3212	7.2	27	8	88	13	127	619	4.9	12	36
Ben DiNucci		JMU			Senior		227	319	71.2%	2982	9.3	25	5	80	22	101	498	4.9	6	34
Case Cookus		Northern Arizona	Senior		290	481	60.3%	4095	8.5	31	7	94	17	45	19	0.4	1	27
Eric Barriere		Eastern Washington	Junior		258	438	58.9%	3712	8.5	31	4	80	26	119	558	4.7	8	92
Kenji Bahar		Monmouth		Senior		289	448	64.5%	3684	8.2	30	9	92	26	76	177	2.3	4	65

 

Eli - thanks for the chart.  Not related to the topic but we give up too many sacks (and we throw too many interceptions).   Just points out that we need to improve the offensive line.

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