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PapaPogey
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?

Dude has been deer hunting 4 days a week.


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redbean5
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
i dont know why you argue with some of these idiots. I like you believe if Lee was given more time after his freshman season he would have been one heck of a QB. Unfortunateky not all see it that way but thats the world we live in.


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RogerTheShrubber
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
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What is it with you and the Arkansas game?


It wasn't very good..

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Do you know in that regression game of ZM's, as you call it, Zack passed for more yards than JJ and JL did in any of the 14 games they started last year?


Yet both had better ratings than ZM this year. LSU didn't throw as much the previous season.

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Let it go. Zack's last four games are better than anything JJ and JL put up in a row in their four year career's.


Yet both had better ratings, and you say they sucked.

Obviously there is some problem with your reasoning.


League Champs
Bayou Self
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
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Passing leader? Are you fricking kidding me.

Here ya go sport
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RK PLAYER TEAM COMP ATT PCT YDS YDS/A LONG TD INT SACK RAT
1 Russell Wilson, QB WIS 225 309 72.8 3175 10.3 66 33 4 22 191.8
2 Robert Griffin III, QB BAY 291 402 72.4 4293 10.7 87 37 6 27 189.5
3 Kellen Moore, QB BSU 326 439 74.3 3800 8.7 71 43 9 7 175.2
4 Case Keenum, QB HOU 428 603 71.0 5631 9.3 84 48 5 17 174.0
5 Andrew Luck, QB STAN 288 404 71.3 3517 8.7 62 37 10 11 169.7
6 Terrance Owens, QB TOL 166 230 72.2 2022 8.8 75 18 3 2 169.2
7 Keith Price, QB WASH 242 362 66.9 3063 8.5 80 33 11 26 161.9
8 Matt Barkley, QB USC 308 446 69.1 3528 7.9 82 39 7 8 161.2
9 Brandon Weeden, QB OKST 408 564 72.3 4727 8.4 67 37 13 12 159.8
10 Bryn Renner, QB UNC 239 350 68.3 3086 8.8 75 26 13 26 159.4
11 Darron Thomas, QB ORE 211 339 62.2 2761 8.1 69 33 7 11 158.7
12 Casey Pachall, QB TCU 228 343 66.5 2921 8.5 75 25 7 13 158.0
13 Dan Persa, QB NW 218 297 73.4 2376 8.0 90 17 7 32 154.8
14 Blaine Gautier, QB ULL 216 344 62.8 2958 8.6 65 23 6 19 153.6
15 Tim Jefferson Jr., QB AFA 111 183 60.7 1637 8.9 55 14 7 10 153.4
16 Chandler Harnish, QB NIU 237 384 61.7 3216 8.4 79 28 6 11 153.0
17 Riley Nelson, QB BYU 116 202 57.4 1717 8.5 57 19 7 13 152.9
18 Geno Smith, QB WVU 346 526 65.8 4385 8.3 84 31 7 26 152.6
19 Jarrett Lee, QB LSU 104 167 62.3 1306 7.8 57 14 3 4 152.0
20 EJ Manuel, QB FSU 203 311 65.3 2666 8.6 68 18 8 33 151.2

Now find me somebody from the SEC higher on that list than Jarrett Lee


donRANDOMnumbers
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
Sorry bro. I wanted Lee to be the man as well, but even now I know he didn't have the mental toughness.
I think he did have one hell of an arm, and had more throws than ZM does, much less JJ.

JJ could just handle pressure better, seemed to have less talent though.


SpicyStacy
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
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if you are gonna say something, at least make somewhat of an attempt to be truthful. ok, you're a little bitch. quote:GrayTiger Camp Randall Elleshoe LSUZealot RickDaddy4188 LSUdm21 all of these posters have called you stupid or a horrible poster so far. If anyone wants their name added to the list, please just let me know



I wouldnt be upset if that mfer died in a fire, just sayin


LSU Groupee
Member since Oct 2012
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
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It wasn't very good..


Get over it. We won and passed for more yards than we did in any game in 2011.

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Yet both had better ratings than ZM this year


That only shows you how unimportant those rating are in reality.

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LSU didn't throw as much the previous season


That should tell you all you need to know about JJ, JL, ZM, and the LSU willingness to throw the ball when they have someone who shows them he can.


justmebeno
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
JJ could just handle pressure better



I think that was because JJ had more playing time, way more time than JL and he knew no matter how bad he played CLM wasn't gonna pull him out.



RogerTheShrubber
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
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Get over it. We won and passed for more yards than we did in any game in 2011.



Yet the QB's had better ratings. Imagine that.

Maybe the problem isn't the Qb's.

[link=(That should tell you all you need to know about JJ, JL, ZM, and the LSU willingness to throw the ball when they have someone who shows them he can.)]LINK[/link]

Probably had more to do with the fact LSU needed to throw this year, and really didn't last, sport.

This post was edited on 12/30 at 1:14 am


RogerTheShrubber
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
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Passing leader? Are you fricking kidding me.

Here ya go sport


He's already been proven wrong.



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SammyTiger
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Member since Feb 2009
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
How is this an 8 page thread. It shoudl be like a one post answer liek, he is playing football at Blank or he i working at Blank or he is jerkin off in Blank


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LSU Groupee
Member since Oct 2012
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
Bowl Subdivision (FBS) National Team Report
Passing Offense

106. LSU 14 279 173 5 62.01 2135 7.65 21 152.50 1.79 12.34 13 1 0

Passing efficiency is one part of the passing offense, sport.


RogerTheShrubber
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
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Passing efficiency is one part of the passing offense, sport.



Shows how efficient it is so it's pretty damn important.

The QB's last year were no less effective than the QB we had this year. The problem with the offense isn't the QB's, it's the system.


JR Hamilsbach
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
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JJ could just handle pressure better





The end of the Tennessee game where Jefferson and Miles were both running around like chickens with their heads cut off after being stopped on the ground and watching the clock tick down to zero would say otherwise.


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TIGRLEE
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
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SpicyStacy


Spoken like the true skank whore you are.


justmebeno
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LSU Groupee
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re: Where's Jarrett Lee these days?
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Shows how efficient it is so it's pretty damn important.


It's important if you throw a lot and doesn't mean shite if you don't.

Air Force was more efficient than we were last year. Does that make their QB a passing threat.

If you think JJ and JL played as well last year throwing the ball as Zach has in his last four games, then you are a fruit loop who is plainly grinding some ax you have with someone at LSU.


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