Friday, June 10, 2011

Why Darron Thomas is not a system quarterback

System quarterbacks don't go into their second game starting before 100,000 plus, down by ten with a hostile crowd rocking, and throw two touchdowns with a defender in their face. They don't lead two-touchdown comebacks on the Saturday night national TV game against Andrew Luck. They don't toss a couple of picks in the opening sixteen minutes of the National Championship Game and bounce back to throw for 363 yards, including a tying two-point conversion with a couple of minutes to play.

Thomas is a clutch player who plays better under pressure. He makes good decisions and adjustments, leads by example. He'd succeed in any system. He's a quarterback, period. He has a great work ethic and he's an excellent student of football.

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