NFL 2014: What Rookie QB Will Have The Best Impact For His Team? #9

5/17/14 in NFL   |   NickMorgan   |   1 respect

Jan 3, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Clemson Tigers quarterback Tajh Boyd (10) carries the ball during the first half in the 2014 Orange Bowl college football game against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY SportsWith the second piece to my ten part series, we are looking at the ninth most NFL – ready QB.
#9- Tajh Boyd: Clemson
Tajh Boyd is one of those guys whose really fun to play with on NCAA football, but sucks in real life football. Those guys never really turn out well.  Like Tim Tebow really fun to play with in Madden.. but look at him now, isn’t he in the Canadian league? Or on Dancing With The Stars?
Anyway back to Tajh Boyd. He lacks football IQ, just like Garappolo; he forces a lot of passes that he shouldn’t.  His height is defiantly a question, but I think Drew Brees taught us awhile ago to not pay so much attention to that.
The upside to Boyd is he is a dual threat QB. In present day football that is almost becoming a need. But Peyton Manning and Tom Brady are still holding down the old fashioned QB spot down.
Boyd’s potential is rising. He improved every year he played. Which scouts will love to see.  Going to the New York Jets he doesn’t really have any QB to learn behind. Wonder what Rex is going to do with Boyd.
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5/18/14   |   miguelclemente2014

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