Dude, seriously, what is with
There’s some proof for you right there that Lloyd sucks, he benched one of the two quarterbacks that will be remembered in conjunction with the word football (Peyton, Brady) and the turn of the century. Let’s take a guy Lloyd thinks is a good quarterback.
697/1169 (59.60%), 8182 yards, 11.7 yards/pass, 72 TD’s, 30 INT
Quality Opponent: 7-10
Those are some stats from Chad Henne’s career versus two categories of opponents, a.) a ranked schools and b.) a quality opponent. Now just glancing at his stats you’re thinking, yeah not a bad college quarterback. Look at his record versus those opponents. He is 7-10 in those games. Dude sorry, but you are a typical Lloyd QB: you are good when it don’t mean shit, but when it counts you disappear. Hey, sounds like your coach, well until this year when that Appalachian State game didn’t count, or did it count? Why would any NFL team want to leverage their entire organization’s future on someone like that’s shoulders? I personally wouldn’t. Hey maybe this guy has something that I’m not seeing. Maybe its just totally the coaches and the players really do have talent. I’m not quite sure, but the record says way more to me in fewer words than you ever can about his mechanics.
And here’s another thing, what about the target’s they’ve had to throw to in the recent past. There has been during the Henne/Hart years at U of M: Braylon Edwards, Steve Breaston, Jason Avant, and Mario Manningham all as wide receivers. Now granted that Bray-lonzo is the only one having an impact in the NFL, that group as a whole are some of the better college level of wide receivers in the 2000’s. I challenge anyone to take the formula of Mike Hard at RB, the line they have had for the last four years, and the combination of targets to throw to, and then throw an unknown in there at QB, and you have at least 1 national championship. In 2004 alone, that team (with a decent quarterback) should have beaten
Lets take the other reason why the entire