I’m 14, 6’0, 165, and i throw exactly 38 yards but I feel like I can throw farther with a different ball, everyone tells me it feels really heavy, before reading this i was scared I was below average but I’m right on point As a great QB with a heavy ball, if i get a different ball I’ll probably launch it 42 yards to be honest.
38 years Old
The professional life of an NFL quarterback is short. The average length of an NFL quarterback's career is only 4.4 years.
Yes, he had the most dominant season we have seen in college football in years. He threw for 2700 yards and 30 touchdowns with a 60% completion percentage. He also ran for over 1500 and 20 touchdowns, becoming the third player ever to run for 20 and throw for 20 touchdowns in a season. (Tim Tebow was before him, then Colin Kapernick also did it the same day Cam did, just a few hours earlier.) He also became the first player in SEC history to run for 1000 yards and throw for 2000 yards in a season. Then he had the best rookie season ever, at any position, throwing for over 4000 yards, 22 touchdowns, and 60% completion percentage. The 4000 yards is a record for a rookie. He also ran for over 700 yards and 15 touchdowns, with the 15 touchdowns being a record for quarterbacks, and became the first quarterback ever to run for 700 and pass for 400 yards.
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between 100 - 120 a throw of 145 or higher is good enough for state.
Counting only quarterbacks who have played more than one full year (you'd be amazed at how many short-lived QBs there are), the average career length of an NFL quarterback is 6.6 years. Source: http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/qbindex.htm