Griffin was not 100% healthy last season. Assuming full health, he will be much better.
Regarding your comments on his passing, you must have missed the long TD pass he made against ISU at Waco when he was a frosh. It might have been the best play/pass I've seen an opposing QB make on ISU. He has made plays like that against other teams, too.
Both Weeden and Jones will be playing for new OCs, Weeden's advanced age may help him deal with the change moreso than Jones.
I was at the game, I saw the play, it was incredible.
Notice, I qualified my statement with "he looked like the second coming as a frosh". Last year, he came back to earth a little bit.
Austen Arnaud threw some of the most incredible passes I had ever seen his sophomore year too. A few incredible plays does not a great career make. Jones is more consistent and can make a wider range of throws. Griffin is a better athlete, but he isn't durable enough physically to rely on that on an every down basis.
In 1984, I was hospitalized for approaching perfection.
My question is, why is this in the ISU Football page instead of the Big 12 page?
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Hard to say as a Clone fan. I have seen both guys rip the ISU defense to shreds. I would probably go with Jones, Griffin has had some great games and some not so great ones. Jones has been more consistant.
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