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Do you agree that Armstrong will be a tough player to replace?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
4/26/2017

Do you agree that Armstrong will be a tough player to replace?

23%
Yes

4

77%
No WINNER

14

23%
Yes

4 Comments
Richard Johnson
4
Richard Johnson

When we face a team with a good pas s rush, you will see how badly we will miss him

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Keith Petrie
Keith Petrie

You're absolutely right. If your QB can't run... can't roll out... can't execute the option... you're in trouble. Unless you e got an O Line that can protect the QB. We'll see about that!

Jerry Williams
1
Jerry Williams

Unless the offensive line is much better I do not know anyone who could scramble and gain time like Tommy when the line collapsed.

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Mark Eiserman
0
Mark Eiserman

Heart & soul of the team. With a senior backing him up. there is no depth behind him.

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77%
No

14 Comments
Joel Rodgers
6
Joel Rodgers

Great guy, great heart, Great runner, OK passer. We need to be able to throw the ball about 20 times a game and complete 16 of them. Especially down the field. He could throw far but not accurate. The receivers made him look better than he was,

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Jon Moore
2
Jon Moore

He was not a good passer.

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David MacKay
1
David MacKay

Tommy has heart and played his butt off for this team. I don't know if there was a better passer while rolling out of the pocket...however he was too inconsistent and was not the QB for Riley's and Langsdorf's system They have their type QB now..put up or shut up!!!

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John M. Hodge
1
John M. Hodge

With this new offense, He would have been a backup-great character, excellent teammate... just not the right fit for where we are going

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Stephen Johnson
0
Stephen Johnson

Tommy never fit into Riley's offensive plans. He has 4 passing qbs on the team.

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Larry Sidders
0
Larry Sidders

Consistency! He can lead the team to the big win one week and lose the game with mistakes the next.

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Darin Brandt
0
Darin Brandt

I believe the Huskers should be a better passing team .Will not have the same big runs that Tommie could produce as a dual threat QB.

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Peter Rygol
0
Peter Rygol

Like Banker said of him, a heart of a lion and a very good running QB. But a passer, please. Not the best QB IQ and decision making often times left you shaking your head.

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Robert Lloyd
0
Robert Lloyd

He was the worst QB in major college football. We had little chance to win a big game unless he happened to have a good day. Everyone else in college knew he wasn't a QB but hey "Bo Knows"???

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Jim Kohout
0
Jim Kohout

Tommy had pluses and minuses to his game. We will miss his running ability, but he can be replaced.

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Dave Ronnekamp
0
Dave Ronnekamp

he was best running the ball..we need a qb that can pass.

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Ronald Pfeifer
0
Ronald Pfeifer

Tired of his inconsistency.

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Paul F Edwards
0
Paul F Edwards

take his legs away and what do you have? A QB that can't hardly throw. It won't be hard at all...

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Jody Acree
0
Jody Acree

I like TA. But he missed critical games for him being so tough. Very, VERY inconsistent. I want a QB who has true toughness like Scott Frost and Eric Crouch. Those guys represent toughness.

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Do you think Adrian Martinez will come back for a 5th year?

Do you think Adrian Martinez will come back for a 5th year?

No doubt

1

Not sure about that

2

No doubt

1 Comment
Randy Weitzenkamp
0
Randy Weitzenkamp

What else is he going to do? I don't think his skillset translates to the NFL and I doubt he'd get drafted. The NIL money is probably as good as any offer he'll get in the working world.

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Not sure about that

2 Comments
Douglas Beckman
0
Douglas Beckman

I hope not, Its time for Frost and the Husker's to move on from Martinez. I don't see how he will be any different next year, he has had 4 years now and although he has good stat's he hasn't proven that he vcan win games on a consistant basis. Its time to move on to the Logan Smother's era.

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Joe Dreyer
0
Joe Dreyer

Getting to where I hope not. After 4 years, he should be 1000 times better

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Will the Huskers have more yards rushing or passing this weekend against Michigan?

Will the Huskers have more yards rushing or passing this weekend against Michigan?

Rushing

1

Passing

0

Rushing

1 Comment
Randy Weitzenkamp
0
Randy Weitzenkamp

We need to establish the run to make everything else work. If they shutdown our run game, they'll be able to pin their ears back and tee off on AM.

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Passing

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