I would not say he blew Clemson completely but he threw 3 picks in 5 pass attempts. His INT against Tennessee was not a bad decision as much as him not having the arm strength to make that throw so Sutton picked him off. I 100% agree he did not blow games because of bad decisions but was just limited physically. ZT clearly brought the QB position up to speed with the rest of the talent on offense though.bigdaddyg wrote: ↑Sat Mar 02, 2019 7:46 amMechanically Lamb wasn’t the greatest QB in the land but all he did was win. Someone with a better memory than me please point out the game/games we lost in which he “blew it” for us. If memory does serve there were a few losses during his tenure that missed kicks were the difference and I do recall post after post calling for his replacement even though the dude was a winner. Now we have QB experts calling for an open between arguably the best (considering the overall level of competition we face) QB in school history- no offense to AE. It’s getting closer to apples and oranges. ZT is potentially a top 20 QB- nationally. We should breathe a sigh of relief that, maybe, we have a potential replacement in two years.
If you want proof of what I am saying just look at his stats and what he did but yet he did not even try the NFL. How many awful QBs (Dobbs of Tennessee) get drafted late or get a tryout or contract and Taylor did not even go to pro day. He and his dad knew he did not have physical tools.