e G o Maniac said:
All I'm saying is that you're overstating the issue. Yes, it's not common to have someone as great as Drew Brees behind the line at that size, but a lot of QBs start their high school and college career around those sizes, and most tend to grow into that "prototypical QB" size between their junior year in college and sophomore professional years. So let's not act like it's some immeasurable feat to be 6'0 playing in the NFL. And no, I wouldn't be making the argument for Rodgers because I don't care enough to do something like use height to underrate my QB for the sake of making it seem like he's above and beyond everyone else
.........umm you didn't answer my question name some QBs if Im overstating the issue, I'll wait. You are missing the point, he's barely 6 foot and has to see and find passing lanes over 6'4"-6'5" Oline and DLinemen. Him being 6' is not what makes him great his leadership, intangibles, community service, what he means to the team, and his play is what defines him.....I just threw that in there bc he does what he does on the field despite that. You're really going to compare HS Linemen to the NFL Linemen?
Linemen in HS dont compare to Linemen in the NFL......I see where you were going with it though. You use Rodgers' scrambling ability to rate him higher which I understand, but nobody sees the pocket presence Brees has. For every scramble Rodgers makes Brees slides in the pocket and throws it instead. Yeah he doesn't scramble around and all that, but knows how to avoid pressure by sliding in the pocket.