Is Alabama's AJ McCarron better than Peyton, Brady, and Rodgers?
ESPN, with its love affair with all things SEC, is trying to tell us that he is.
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
Well, I wouldn't believe anything SECPN says anyway as there is a good chance that McCarron will be just as successful in the NFL as Greg McElroy was. McCarron does have better college numbers than Brady and Rodgers, but then again, neither were 4 year starters. Brady led Michigan to an Orange Bowl win over Alabama oddly enough and Rodgers was apart of the Cal team that got robbed of a Rose Bowl berth by Texas boosters who basically bought votes to get them to that bowl instead of Cal. The rules have changed since then making it so that the top 4 teams in the BCS automatically go to the BCS. Manning was a great college QB, but much like in the NFL, struggles to win those big games, as he was 0-4 I believe against Florida (top program in the conference at that time) and 2-2 in bowl games.
- Colonel RebLv 77 years ago
Can everyone not read or pay attention to what is actually shown? They're comparing college stats, not saying McCarron is already better than those QBs at the moment.
I don't think he's quite as good as Peyton was. It's harder to compare the stats to Brady and Rodgers in college due to how many fewer games they played, and I don't remember Rodgers much in college or Brady at all. McCarron is almost certainly the most underrated QB in college football, although I'm interested to know if he could really lead a team to victory. He's only had to attempt it a few times, and it didn't work out against Texas A&M last year, at least.
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- SmartLv 77 years ago
With two national championships AJ McCarron has been a more successful if not better college QB than either of the Mannings, Brady or Rodgers.
- SamLv 57 years ago
colt mccoy and kellen moore had better records than all 3 of those guys. plus brady wasnt the main starter in michigan and rodgers started in juco. plus the fact that they didnt play cupcakes 6 weeks a season. mccarron sucks. watch the guy all through his college career. he cant read a defense. the audibles are automatically runs and for some reason, defenses just decide not to play against alabama. if you look at their passing plays, theyre high percentage throws and he still struggles sometimes. and ive watched their games and teams just decide to play bad defense and its ridiculous.Source(s): me!
- Denver BroncosLv 67 years ago
No he's better than Peyton,Brady,and Rodgers
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- 7 years ago
Ya know,I SERIOUSLY think AJ will be the steal of this draft.He probaly won't go first round,due mainly to his team being "too talented"and too good that he doesn't get ally of credit. I don't know if he"ll be elite,but I think he has the best chance in this class.heres how I rank the QB's
4.Brynn Rynner(spelled wrong?lol)
Don't know about Winston have to see more than a year.DONT like Teddy or Mariota.Both are Averge.
- 7 years ago
He has not made a debut into the NFL yet so can't tell. Tim Tebow we all now know that it's not a NFL QB.