Christian Hackenberg - Your quarterback of the future

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  1. zeeshan2

    zeeshan2 Member

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    Having Allen Robinson helped also; just ask Bortles
     
  2. Commodore

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    <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Hackenberg's first drive as a pro <a href="https://t.co/D5yppHzqvb">pic.twitter.com/D5yppHzqvb</a></p>&mdash; uSTADIUM (@uSTADIUM) <a href="https://twitter.com/uSTADIUM/status/769722483993870336">August 28, 2016</a></blockquote>
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  3. fchowd0311

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    I mean it's a small sample but he seems really accurate.
     
  4. tmacfor35

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    Hoping Brock makes some of those tonight.
     
  5. monkeyboy32

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    The second-round pick got hot for a stretch with four straight completions on a fourth-quarter touchdown drive but was a non-factor the rest of the night. He threw an ugly interception in his own end zone late in the fourth quarter to set up the Giants' game-winning drive and also took an inexcusable delay of game penalty. It was an uninspiring effort from Hackenberg, who is destined to spend his rookie year glued to the Jets' bench.

    -from Rotoworld
     
  6. Duncan McDonuts

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    Looking at the box score, he was 6-16 with 1 TD 1 INT. Those highlights are good throws, but that's a poor stat line. The interception was also thrown straight at a lineman that dropped into coverage.
     
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    Love how he moves around in pocket

    Huge difference w/ Brock already looking one way with a pre-determined target VS. Hackenberg scanning the field and making a calculated throw
     
  8. Dr of Dunk

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    Hope Brock has that kind of time to throw.
     
  9. Joshfast

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    LOL omg it's going to be a long ****ing season
     
  10. Spacemoth

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    4th quarter. 3rd stringers. Very little pressure.

    Tom Savage has done much better so far this preseason.
     
  11. donkeypunch

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    Start Savage!! :grin:
     
  12. EddieWasSnubbed

    EddieWasSnubbed Contributing Member

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    I feel as if the last two years have jaded Texans fans so much as to quarterback play that the average Texans fan will never know what a decent quarterback looks like, and will always be clamoring for the guy at the end of the pine.
     
  13. Mr. Clutch

    Mr. Clutch Contributing Member

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    What's funny to me is that we actually had good QB play in Schaub before the lisfranc injury (made 2 pro bowls legitimately) but Texans fan just act like he's in the same boat as retreads like Fitz/Hoyer.

    Texans fans for the most part dont know what they're looking at. Go to a game, they're all drunk
     
  14. EddieWasSnubbed

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    True. Most fans only remember schaub for his pick sixes, for whatever reason.
     
  15. donkeypunch

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    Huehuehue. Crisis averted.
     
  16. HardenTime

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    he was drafted because he looked the part
     
  17. Spacemoth

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    1.7ypa tonight? Woof
     
  18. rezdawg

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    You cant be as inaccurate as Hack was in college and succeed in the NFL. Rather, you can, but you'd be one of maybe a few QBs in history.
     
  19. Hey Now!

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    Well, at least his tenure was long enough for this beaut. That's LOL.
     
  20. rocketpower2

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    Hack is so bad. Really unbelievable how O'Brien made him look like a competent QB.
     
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