Why Bills’ QB E.J. Manuel Will Not Mirror the 2012 Season’s Rookie QB Success

August 17, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

One year ago, rookie quarterbacks took the NFL by storm; some were expected to do well, while others were pleasant surprises. 
Robert Griffin III collected the most awards of any rookie passer from last year, while Andrew Luck threw for the most passing yards and Russell Wilson went furthest in the playoffs. In addition to this "big three," Ryan Tannehill and Brandon Weeden both had their moments. 
This year’s crop of rookie passers haven’t been that impressive so far, but the Bills’ rookie QB, E.J. Manuel, is starting to get the hang of this football thing everyone’s so wild about. 
While he certainly doesn’t have an abundance of talent around him on offense, he looked pretty good in Buffalo’s most recent preseason game. 
When he entered the game in relief of Kevin Kolb, Manuel was 6-for-6 and led the Bills down the field for a touchdown. You see, with Manuel, it wasn’t like he didn’t do ...

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