Since he left Tuscaloosa in 2014, things have been challenging for AJ McCarron, who used to be the quarterback for Alabama.
The man from Alabama has had his ups and downs but is now in a good place. McCarron is the quarterback for the new XFL team in St. Louis, the Battlehawks. Since the season started in late February, the former Alabama quarterback has been the team’s starting quarterback.
He has started seven games for the Battlehawks and has always helped them win. The battle hawks are in second place in the XFL North with a record of 5-2. McCarron has been the best quarterback, passing for 1,544 yards and completing 68.9% of his passes.
He has also thrown 17 touchdowns and only four interceptions this year, which is very good.
McCarron will be 33 in September, but he could still play in the NFL again. He is likely a team’s backup quarterback.
Roll Tide Wire will continue to follow McCarron’s professional career as well as other former Alabama players competing at the professional level.
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Is AJ McCarron a good quarterback?
McCarron played college football at Alabama, where he became the first quarterback to win consecutive BCS National Championship Games with victories in 2012 and 2013. He also received the Maxwell, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm, and Kellen Moore Awards.
Was AJ McCarron good in the NFL?
McCarron has appeared in 17 games (four starts) and thrown 174 passes over his eight NFL seasons.
Who is the best quarterback to come out of Alabama?
3 Best NFL Quarterbacks to Ever Come out of Alabama
Ken Stabler (1970-84)
Joe Namath (1965-77)
Bart Starr (1956-71)
Has an Alabama QB ever won the Super Bowl?
Joe Namath | Super Bowl III
Namath definitely had the best college career of the Crimson Tide Super Bowl winning QBs in his time at the university (1962-64), playing for Alabama for three years and putting up 24 touchdowns and 20 interception and leading the Tide to a national championship in 1964.