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  • For all the criticism Jake receives the national media seems to have a different take. He is rated #7 out of 130 just ahead of Oregon's Herbert and while it seems Herbert has more pro potential he hasn't really won any big games and hasn't proven he can stay healthy.

    If Jake can return to 2016's form it will definitely keep opposing defense's off balance.

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  • Tua coming in at #2 just feels wrong. I mean, it could feel right by the end of the season . . . but I'd want a little more body of work before putting somebody #2.
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  • Just curious, which big games has Browning won?

    I’d put him as the 3rd best qb on UW’s roster.
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  • He's torched the Ducks a couple times....but you're right, those weren't big games considering the quality of opponent.
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  • fenderbender123 wrote:He's torched the Ducks a couple times....but you're right, those weren't big games considering the quality of opponent.


    Agreed. I suppose his best win is against a not very good Colorado team in the Pac-12 title game a few years ago.
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  • JSeahawks wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:He's torched the Ducks a couple times....but you're right, those weren't big games considering the quality of opponent.


    Agreed. I suppose his best win is against a not very good Colorado team in the Pac-12 title game a few years ago.



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  • Jake Browning won't finish the year as the starter.
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  • I find it hilarious that JT Daniels is on this list and he hasn’t even started classes yet.

    Our starting QB is totally up in the air right now, though I think Daniels has as much chance of winning it as Fink or Sears despite the fact he has no college experience.
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  • getnasty wrote:Jake Browning won't finish the year as the starter.


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  • He is such a strange QB and his numbers back it up. He wins by 40 or loses? He has a major Ty Detmer feel to his career.
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  • Browning has no heart. Plays scared against tough competition and shits the bed in those games. Yes I'm a UW fan but Browninh doesn't have the it factor. 7 is too high for him.


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  • sc85sis wrote:I find it hilarious that JT Daniels is on this list and he hasn’t even started classes yet.

    Our starting QB is totally up in the air right now, though I think Daniels has as much chance of winning it as Fink or Sears despite the fact he has no college experience.

    Daniels is still rated higher than the Ruin QB. Think about that, a kid who should be headed into his senior year in High school.
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  • Anajimmc wrote:
    sc85sis wrote:I find it hilarious that JT Daniels is on this list and he hasn’t even started classes yet.

    Our starting QB is totally up in the air right now, though I think Daniels has as much chance of winning it as Fink or Sears despite the fact he has no college experience.

    Daniels is still rated higher than the Ruin QB. Think about that, a kid who should be headed into his senior year in High school.

    I know. I'm quite excited to see what he can do at the next level. His HS tape is unreal as far as accuracy. Granted, he was on a great team, but apparently he called plays the last two years, which is pretty amazing for a sophomore/junior in high school.

    Hope the hype is real. Neither Fink nor Sears was that impressive in spring ball.
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  • dopeboy206 wrote:Browning has no heart. Plays scared against tough competition and shits the bed in those games. Yes I'm a UW fan but Browninh doesn't have the it factor. 7 is too high for him.


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    JB with a 2016(early) good shoulder was very good and beat a very tough Stanford team
    with no problem.
    People are used to seeing the JB with a weak arm due to that shoulder issue and I get it but
    If he ever gets over that injury -Eat Crow..
    Even with a bum shoulder UW has not lost much since he has been there so he does more with
    less of himself.I think #7 is on par but better if he has his arm back.
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  • sc85sis wrote:
    Anajimmc wrote:
    sc85sis wrote:I find it hilarious that JT Daniels is on this list and he hasn’t even started classes yet.

    Our starting QB is totally up in the air right now, though I think Daniels has as much chance of winning it as Fink or Sears despite the fact he has no college experience.

    Daniels is still rated higher than the Ruin QB. Think about that, a kid who should be headed into his senior year in High school.

    I know. I'm quite excited to see what he can do at the next level. His HS tape is unreal as far as accuracy. Granted, he was on a great team, but apparently he called plays the last two years, which is pretty amazing for a sophomore/junior in high school.

    Hope the hype is real. Neither Fink nor Sears was that impressive in spring ball.

    I believe the Trojan D is going to be STOUT this year and will give them a chance in every game.

    Question is O. Will the line come together, will Carr come back completely healed and ready to go, and will a QB step up. If the running game is good that would give Daniels a chance to ease in without so much pressure on him. He throws the best ball, his legs are serviceable and he's a true pro style QB. My biggest question is he ready for the competition he'll face, and to that only time & experience will tell.
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    fenderbender123 wrote:He's torched the Ducks a couple times....but you're right, those weren't big games considering the quality of opponent.


    Agreed. I suppose his best win is against a not very good Colorado team in the Pac-12 title game a few years ago.


    And in that game they ran the football like 90% of the time and Jake still struggled to pass.
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  • Under Jake UDub has come back to national prominence, in spite of all of the NOT-knowledgeable criticism all he does is win. Last year when he was still recuperating from major shoulder surgery he completed 68% of his passed and had a VERY low intercept to TD ratio.

    In the games he has lost in the last two years the Huskies were clearly over-matched save maybe one game. It had NOTHING to do with his comportment. His UW teams had recruiting classes in the mid-20's against teams, some of who were top-5 recruiters or #1 itself. No team in America has done more w/less and Jake Browning has had a fabulous college football career.

    Does he have a cannon for an arm? Will he be a great pro QB? Probably not and who cares anyway? Criticism of him is unjustified and just another good example of why people who have played football and actually know something about what it takes to play the game avoid these boards.

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  • fenderbender123 wrote:
    JSeahawks wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:He's torched the Ducks a couple times....but you're right, those weren't big games considering the quality of opponent.


    Agreed. I suppose his best win is against a not very good Colorado team in the Pac-12 title game a few years ago.


    And in that game they ran the football like 90% of the time and Jake still struggled to pass.


    Jake injured his shoulder, an injury that required major surgery, in mid-November and still managed to play out the season. We all should "struggle" so.

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  • IndyHawk wrote:
    dopeboy206 wrote:Browning has no heart. Plays scared against tough competition and shits the bed in those games. Yes I'm a UW fan but Browninh doesn't have the it factor. 7 is too high for him.


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    JB with a 2016(early) good shoulder was very good and beat a very tough Stanford team
    with no problem.
    People are used to seeing the JB with a weak arm due to that shoulder issue and I get it but
    If he ever gets over that injury -Eat Crow..
    Even with a bum shoulder UW has not lost much since he has been there so he does more with
    less of himself.I think #7 is on par but better if he has his arm back.


    Jake always had a weak arm lol


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  • dopeboy206 wrote:
    IndyHawk wrote:
    dopeboy206 wrote:Browning has no heart. Plays scared against tough competition and shits the bed in those games. Yes I'm a UW fan but Browninh doesn't have the it factor. 7 is too high for him.


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    JB with a 2016(early) good shoulder was very good and beat a very tough Stanford team
    with no problem.
    People are used to seeing the JB with a weak arm due to that shoulder issue and I get it but
    If he ever gets over that injury -Eat Crow..
    Even with a bum shoulder UW has not lost much since he has been there so he does more with
    less of himself.I think #7 is on par but better if he has his arm back.


    Jake always had a weak arm lol


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    Yeah Unitas, Montana, Peyton Manning did also, it depends how good he is between the ears really and if he goes to a team with the right offense. Not everything is a bullet 40 yards down field.
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  • DomeHawk wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:
    JSeahawks wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:He's torched the Ducks a couple times....but you're right, those weren't big games considering the quality of opponent.


    Agreed. I suppose his best win is against a not very good Colorado team in the Pac-12 title game a few years ago.


    And in that game they ran the football like 90% of the time and Jake still struggled to pass.


    Jake injured his shoulder, an injury that required major surgery, in mid-November and still managed to play out the season. We all should "struggle" so.

    https://www.cbssports.com/college-footb ... -shoulder/

    This is what a lot of people disdn't see(read link)
    I;m not saying JB had a Favre arm but that injury has affected his quick bullet throws and anything deep.
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  • If his shoulder was really the problem all this time, then I think enough time has passed where that can't be an excuse anymore.

    Has anyone actually ran any tests on the velocity of his throws before and after he got injured, and post surgery and all that?

    Either way, regardless of arm strength, Jake needs to work on his ability to handle getting pressured.
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  • fenderbender123 wrote:If his shoulder was really the problem all this time, then I think enough time has passed where that can't be an excuse anymore.

    Has anyone actually ran any tests on the velocity of his throws before and after he got injured, and post surgery and all that?

    Either way, regardless of arm strength, Jake needs to work on his ability to handle getting pressured.


    Shoulders are weird and while I can't comment specifically on Jake's injury, I had a torn rotater cuff injury that took over a year to heal. I have talked to others with similar experiences.
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  • Any Joint messed with whether its spurs, tendons ligaments after you go in you cause scar tissue and it's never the same, pain free maybe but you pay the piper at some point, the wake up and aches and that kind of thing as you get older. You also compensate unconsciously to protect it for a while which create issues sometimes with other joints.

    Left Wrist 4 times.

    Left shoulder 1 time

    Right Elbow 1 time

    Left Elbow 2 times.

    All work still but susceptible and have aches and stuff and usually pain free.
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  • DomeHawk wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:If his shoulder was really the problem all this time, then I think enough time has passed where that can't be an excuse anymore.

    Has anyone actually ran any tests on the velocity of his throws before and after he got injured, and post surgery and all that?

    Either way, regardless of arm strength, Jake needs to work on his ability to handle getting pressured.


    Shoulders are weird and while I can't comment specifically on Jake's injury, I had a torn rotater cuff injury that took over a year to heal. I have talked to others with similar experiences.


    What year was that?
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  • DomeHawk wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:If his shoulder was really the problem all this time, then I think enough time has passed where that can't be an excuse anymore.

    Has anyone actually ran any tests on the velocity of his throws before and after he got injured, and post surgery and all that?

    Either way, regardless of arm strength, Jake needs to work on his ability to handle getting pressured.


    Shoulders are weird and while I can't comment specifically on Jake's injury, I had a torn rotater cuff injury that took over a year to heal. I have talked to others with similar experiences.

    Shoulders are weird exactly!
    I had a torn labrum that surgery is the only fix..Almost 15 yrs later it is tight which is fine but
    the motion and movement has never gotten back to normal..I would say I'm at 85% of what
    it used to be but I am pain free which is great and I'll take that.
    Anyone who has had shoulder issues understands how it could affect a QB-Pitcher ect
    It is the powerplant and stabilzer of throwing anything.
    As I said before this year we should see a better JB as that shoulder should be healed
    and he should feel good to go at it 100% providing it was just a rotor cuff.
    IF it was like mine or ughh Lucks..I wouldn't say that.
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