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Well, this is not the most important part of the blog, it does have some effect.

Nick Sheridan's Stats:

11 for 19
98 Yards
1 TD
1 INT

Steven Threet's Stats:

8 for 19
69 Yards
1 TD
0 INT


Now it isn't that Threet had the better stats. It is that he was more comfortable in the pocket when he passed. Sheridan was having a one track mind and was not looking at all of his options on the field. He saw one guy and stuck with him. Threet did the opposite. He looked down field for big plays (He Got One) and tried to run harder when he was about to get sacked.

Another thing is that Nick Sheridan is not as fast as Threet. Threet was acting more mobile behind the Offensive line than Nick Sheridan did. Also, when Sheridan was about to be sacked, he was throwing the ball down field and his passes were up for anyone to catch. That was another problem I saw from him.

So overall, I would give the job to Steven Threet next week to statr off the game. Then if he is not doing too well, start Carlos Brown. I know he is an RB on the roster, but in High School he played Quarterback. He is also quick, and will be able to move around better than any other QB on their roster. So, I say give him a few snaps if the game is not going well.

That is how I see it, thanks for reading, if you do read it.

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