AFC Scout: Georgia’s Aaron Murray Will Be Backup In NFL


Aaron  Murray may go down historically as the best quarterback in the history of the Southeastern Conference.  One AFC Scout believes the Georgia quarterback’s best days as a player are coming to and end.

According to Around The League, opinions on Murray’s ability to succeed at the next level vary.

“Half the league will see him as a starter,” the scout said. “The other half will see him as a backup.”

Murray has completed 174 of 275 passes this year for 2,477 yards, 20 touchdowns and only seven interceptions.  He’s accomplished those numbers with most of his weapons either banged up or out for the season.

His size is a question mark at 6-1, 208 pounds, and scouts say they aren’t  enamored with Murray’s arm strength, either.

“Backup quarterback in the league. Short, average arm and a good college quarterback,” the scout added. “He can start in stretches but would be better as a backup.”

2 thoughts on “AFC Scout: Georgia’s Aaron Murray Will Be Backup In NFL

  • Glen Erby, you have lost all credibility as a writer.
    Best QB in SEC ever?
    What about Peyton?
    Did you forget Eli?
    Is he going to be better than Stafford or Cam?
    Get your facts straight.

    • Statistically speaking he is, and those are facts.

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