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Old 01-01-2011, 09:08 PM   #211
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I'm liking this Andy Dalton kid from TCU, he's a gamer.
Nice college player but he's a mid round talent at best.
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Old 01-01-2011, 09:11 PM   #212
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Small little 9,000 student TCU is really impressive. Their defense is well coached and very disciplined. I like their LB's and safety's play. They fill so well in the run game.
I also like how hard and well their RB's run.
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Nice college player but he's a mid round talent at best.
He could be a steal, also he might have broken some of Sammy Baugh's TCU records.
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Nice college player but he's a mid round talent at best.
That's what many also said about Brady, Rodgers and romo. Gotta give him a chance
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Old 01-01-2011, 10:12 PM   #215
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That's what many also said about Brady, Rodgers and romo. Gotta give him a chance
I like the kid but he's simply not worth taking in the first two rounds. No way. Rogers was a first round talent.
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Old 01-02-2011, 02:11 AM   #216
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I am not sure how many seniors are in the Wisconsin Badger O line, but those guys should get a nice look. Pouncy is a first round selection, albeit a late rounder.
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Old 01-02-2011, 02:13 AM   #217
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I still think we should take a chance on Gabbert, Persa, or someone like them in 2012. Guys that might not be marquee guys, but solid performers.
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Old 01-02-2011, 02:17 AM   #218
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Dalton deserves a look. He is a decent passer, good improviser, has speed, and can run very well. He actually is a redheaded Dan Persa, but on a better team. Landry from OU looks just as solid as Sam did almost. He is another future possibility, if we chose to wait to draft a QB.
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Old 01-02-2011, 02:31 AM   #219
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Carimi and Moffit out of Wisconsin are both seniors and All Americans to boot. Both over 300lbs. Carimi was the Outland Trophy winner. I say go for the guard(Moffitt) first guys. Both these guys are beasts though. Carimi played left tackle, thus he probably won't be around. I am thinking maybe secure Pouncey first then see if Moffitt is available.
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I'm liking this Andy Dalton kid from TCU, he's a gamer.
I came here after watching the high lights. Yes I know their high lights but I then did a little looking into this kid and was impressed with his stats.

Andy Dalton Stats, Splits, News, Photos - TCU Horned Frogs - NCAA College Football - ESPN

I was also impressed with the Texas Tech QB Taylor Potts.

Taylor Potts Stats, Splits, News, Photos - Texas Tech Red Raiders - NCAA College Football - ESPN

I'll be the first to admit I usually don't watch college ball so there might be other QB's out their who are better and play in harder teams all year but just watching the Dalton kid and his speed, size, and arm strength just impressed me. I could not help but watch him and think he might be perfect for KS's scheme here with the Skins.

and if he is a mid draft QB good for us we can pick up a Center, RT, or NT in the 1st round and 2nd round, and maybe with some luck in dropping down to pick up more picks we can actually get this kid. We could hopefully trade McNabb for another late rounder, get what we can from AH, and if nothing else combine some picks to move up to pick up one of these QB's.
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Small little 9,000 student TCU is really impressive. Their defense is well coached and very disciplined. I like their LB's and safety's play. They fill so well in the run game.
I also like how hard and well their RB's run.
9,000? That can't be right. Wow, some of the SoCon schools in the FCS are bigger then that.
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I still think we should take a chance on Gabbert, Persa, or someone like them in 2012. Guys that might not be marquee guys, but solid performers.
gabbert will be a bust in my opinion, gut feeling. he doesnt impress me as much as the guys at espn hype him up to be. also, people seem to think gabbert would be a first round pick, at least i feel like ive seen that somewhere. and persa is a very good college qb but his style probably doesnt transfer to the pros well. less than ideal size at 6-1 205 and his main strength is running the football.
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gabbert will be a bust in my opinion, gut feeling. he doesnt impress me as much as the guys at espn hype him up to be. also, people seem to think gabbert would be a first round pick, at least i feel like ive seen that somewhere. and persa is a very good college qb but his style probably doesnt transfer to the pros well. less than ideal size at 6-1 205 and his main strength is running the football.

Probably right, but my reasoning is that we won't have a high enough pick to garner the cream of the crop with QB, and we need to get some very good linemen, especially guards. IF we were to go QB in the next two drafts these guys would be the ones most likely available to us. You have to think if we do improve next year record wise we will be probably picking around 12-15. If Mallet stays for his senior year and comes out for 2012 he will be out of reach. A guy like Persa would be an upper mid rounder.
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gabbert will be a bust in my opinion, gut feeling. he doesnt impress me as much as the guys at espn hype him up to be. also, people seem to think gabbert would be a first round pick, at least i feel like ive seen that somewhere. and persa is a very good college qb but his style probably doesnt transfer to the pros well. less than ideal size at 6-1 205 and his main strength is running the football.
His passing stats are pretty solid though. He was on pace to shatter the Big Ten passing percentage record til he tore his Achilles. If he played through, Northwestern would have garnered a better record, bowl game, and maybe a bowl win. Many had him picked for the Big Ten MVP. Plus the guy is smart as hell. If I am not mistaken, he already is in grad school. If Philly thought enough about Kafka to draft him, why couldn't we take a shot at Persa. Persa is a way better passer than Kafka was, and he loves the weight room. He won "The Big Cat" award for his work in the weight room. I know it is a gamble, but shoot any draft pick is a gamble.
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