Zach Mettenberger Is The Perfect Replacement For Tom Brady

Anyone who knows me, is well aware of the fact that I’m a huge LSU Tigers and Zach Mettenberger fan. I believe Zach Mettenberger is bar-for-bar, pound-for-pound, throw-for-throw, the best QB in College Football. His arm, pocket awareness, and decision making are just unbelievable; not to mention his pin-point accuracy. He is an NFL QB. I don’t think I can say the same about Johnny Manziel or any other College QB, with the exception of AJ McCarron, who is the next Alex Smith.

I strongly believe that Zach Mettenberger has the potential of becoming the next Tom Brady. In fact, I believe that since Brady only has couple more years left, the New England Patriots should draft Zach Mettenberger in the 2014 draft. Zach Mettenberger can perfectly fit into Bill Belichick’s system. Mettenberger is a special kid and he deserves to play in the NFL. Yes, he’s been plagued by injuries this year, but I believe he’ll come back even stronger from those injuries and will go on to win multiple Super-Bowls, given he’s drafted by the right team, like the New England Patriots.

I’m not someone who’s huge on Stats and stuff, so I wont be indulging in that; you can go look those up for yourself. I’m someone who believes in the “Eye Test”. And I like what I see in Zach Mettenberger. The dude is a BEAST, and has an incredibly strong arm.

Conclusion:

If Zach Mettenberger is drafted by the right team like New England Patriots or Chicago Bears, I believe he has the potential of becoming one of the G.O.A.T.

This kid is special.

#GoTigers

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