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Old 01-24-2010, 05:38 PM   #16
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Re: 2010 East West Shrine Game

I think we should consider Kafka. He will be around in the 2nd and maybe 3rd if we are lucky. His performance though got a lot of people noticing. I still say we need to shy away from the Big name Qbs. They are all from big time programs and were surrounded by lots of talent. Kafka was the Northwestern offense and made things happen.
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Old 01-24-2010, 06:01 PM   #17
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I think we should consider Kafka. He will be around in the 2nd and maybe 3rd if we are lucky. His performance though got a lot of people noticing. I still say we need to shy away from the Big name Qbs. They are all from big time programs and were surrounded by lots of talent. Kafka was the Northwestern offense and made things happen.
I wouldn't mind taking him in the 4th.

He finished the east-west shrine game with 150 (and the offensive MVP) and led his team to a 11-play, 55 yard scoring drive.

NFL.com had an article. Sorry, I'm a lazy idiot that doesn't know how to post links.
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Old 01-24-2010, 10:59 PM   #18
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Some one put up a draft board on this thread and had kansas city taking Terrance Cody... Not Happening I guarantee you that
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Old 01-25-2010, 06:52 PM   #19
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[QUOTE=GusFrerotte;657889]I think we should consider Kafka. ...... Kafka was the Northwestern offense and made things happen.[/QUOTE

I watched your guy a couple of times..he has the ability to move down field fast..hopefully at the combine he'll become a big name

Big name Qbs are guys on primetime Tv and wind up leading teams into playoffs..

Gus....no offense I am sick of mutts playing Qb for the Washington Redskins...I want a Thoroughbred
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Some one put up a draft board on this thread and had kansas city taking Terrance Cody... Not Happening I guarantee you that
Why not? The Patriots run a 3-4 with a space eater in Wilfolk and Piolli is basically trying to clone the Patriots in KC. Plus to my knowledge the Cheifs don't have a space eater that would be on par with Cody. Plus I wouldn't expect them to take him at 5 but with the selection of Tyson Jackson at 3 last year it wouldn't exactly surprise me.
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Why not? The Patriots run a 3-4 with a space eater in Wilfolk and Piolli is basically trying to clone the Patriots in KC. Plus to my knowledge the Cheifs don't have a space eater that would be on par with Cody. Plus I wouldn't expect them to take him at 5 but with the selection of Tyson Jackson at 3 last year it wouldn't exactly surprise me.

If I'm Scott Pioli I'm getting a Tackle to protect Matt Cassel and give him sometime and not running for his life. Plus space eaters can be gotten in FA (wilfork, hampton, possible jamal williams if San Diego lets him go)
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I think we should consider Kafka. ...... Kafka was the Northwestern offense and made things happen.[/QUOTE

I watched your guy a couple of times..he has the ability to move down field fast..hopefully at the combine he'll become a big name

Big name Qbs are guys on primetime Tv and wind up leading teams into playoffs..

Gus....no offense I am sick of mutts playing Qb for the Washington Redskins...I want a Thoroughbred

Yeah but look at the big name QBs from the NCAA that get all the hype? Palmer is the only one that received any big time hype in college and delivered in the NFL, and that was only for one season really as the run was squashed by the upstart Jets. Matt Ryan received some nice accolades from the CFB TV media, but nothing like Young, Tebow, Leinart, McCoy, or Bradford. I never even heard of Flacco til draft day. Big Ben got some press, about the same amount that Ryan did, but wasn't coined a superstar. My whole point about Kafka is that he has a lot of talent, wasn't surrounded by the most talented bunch at Northwestern, but made things happen. The "magic 3" were from NCAA powerhouses, stacked with talent that went against teams with inferior rosters and only really played 2-3 real games in which the opponent had a chance at making it a game. Stull from Pittsburgh, Sheehan from BGSU, Canfield from Oreg St, and Lefevour from CMU are other guys on my QB wishlist if we do indeed go QB this draft in the upper to mid rounds.
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Sanchez received a lot of hype, but nothing compared to Leinart or Bradford, etc.
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I think we should consider Kafka. He will be around in the 2nd and maybe 3rd if we are lucky. His performance though got a lot of people noticing. I still say we need to shy away from the Big name Qbs. They are all from big time programs and were surrounded by lots of talent. Kafka was the Northwestern offense and made things happen.
I saw enough of Kafka in the Bowl game in Florida. He was the offense, and a good player. The Bowl games sure tied up traffic while I was down there.
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surprised with kam chancellor, apparently he has had a great week of practice too. I am a Hokie, but I've never been convinced he was nearly as good as people thought. He was often victimized in coverage and missed a lot of easy tackles while going for the big hit (sound familiar)? but he is playing well
Didn't get to see the game, but I'm a Hokie too & I was disappointed w/Kam this year. Seen it happen a lot where a player comes into his sr. year labeled as a potential 1st rounder but then he has a so-so or off year.

He's a guy that will likely test very well at the combine, he's got all the physical traits. I always love to see my HOkies in b&g but safety is arguably one of our deepest positions.
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