Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by kappakall, Apr 21, 2018.
Can you post the link?
Thanks. All 3 had their good, bad and ugly moments. McMillan has a good instinct for getting yardage running. His short passes were for the most part inaccurate but he made some good intermediate throws while under pressure. He would make a very good optiobut n style QB if we were Georgia Tech or Navy.
Narcisse has a cannon for an arm but his short throws look like they are harder to catch than McMillan or Brennan.
Brennan did look very good on his short to intermediate passes. He looks most capable of operating a short passing game to keep the chains moving but he did make a few boneheaded plays. His long throws were mostly overthown. If he can gain a better feel for it that would keep the defenses on their toes and make them play honest against the short game.
I was impressed by some of the catches made by our WR's.
If McMillan is our starter, we may not win 5 games this season.
Running against defenses that opened, wide open, is not impressive. That is really all he did. He was not touched. Now if he can get leveled and do it, that is something else.
You mean the way that J. Lee did when he threw that TD pass to beat Auburn? (I think it was Lee) He stood in the pocket and got leveled but also threw a strike. Oh well...
Kinda looks more likely if it’s one of the other two.
What's frustrating is CEO's insistent's that no one QB has separated himself from the pack. Until that happens, all three are going to be splitting reps with the number one offense. Difficult for the ones to develop continuity with any one QB until that number one starts getting the majority of the reps.
With the raw talent behind him, I’m sure it’s hard to commit to McMillan. Not to mention the gut reaction from the fans will be negative. I don’t mind him waiting for fall.