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2010 NFL Draft: Quarterback

Post by ChrisJNelson on Tue Apr 20, 2010 10:38 am

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Post by jimdaigl on Tue Apr 20, 2010 5:36 pm

Draftable QB's
1 Okay Bradford is an accurate passer but can he function under center with a porous offensive line and not go out with a shoulder injury within fifteen minutes of his first real action? PS -how's his decision making under fire, he wasn't looking so good in that injury game?
2 Clausen -not as accurate as Sam but pretty good, has pro offense experience, has some toughness -plays hurt, does he have enough zip on his throws to not get picked off four or five times a game? The pros are a different world than college ball.
3 Colt McCoy everybody knows the arm strength question, everybody named Reveis and Reed and....
4 Pike - don't know if his throws have enough zip either And he's going to get broken, he's a toothpick!
5 Jarret Brown - Very short resume! Lots of physical talent, is he a quick and good decision maker? If not can he learn to be? The not dissimilar Vince Young is learning how now but he started with a lot more success throwing in college than Mr. Brown.

How bout Jonathan Crompton?(Russ Lande loves him!) Levi Brown? Zak Robinson looked decent at the senior bowl.

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Post by ChrisJNelson on Tue Apr 20, 2010 5:42 pm

jimdaigl wrote:Draftable QB's
1 Okay Bradford is an accurate passer but can he function under center with a porous offensive line and not go out with a shoulder injury within fifteen minutes of his first real action? PS -how's his decision making under fire, he wasn't looking so good in that injury game?
2 Clausen -not as accurate as Sam but pretty good, has pro offense experience, has some toughness -plays hurt, does he have enough zip on his throws to not get picked off four or five times a game? The pros are a different world than college ball.
3 Colt McCoy everybody knows the arm strength question, everybody named Reveis and Reed and....
4 Pike - don't know if his throws have enough zip either And he's going to get broken, he's a toothpick!
5 Jarret Brown - Very short resume! Lots of physical talent, is he a quick and good decision maker? If not can he learn to be? The not dissimilar Vince Young is learning how now but he started with a lot more success throwing in college than Mr. Brown.

How bout Jonathan Crompton?(Russ Lande loves him!) Levi Brown? Zak Robinson looked decent at the senior bowl.

Crompton is god-awful. I cannot believe he will be drafted.
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