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Old 01-19-2015, 05:51 PM   #61
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His release is not a problem in my opinion. He can work on that. Based on what I've seen, he's sees the field really good, he's accurate, good arm strength, and has some mobility. I think if he gets a year to watch he'll come out good right away.
If, in your words, he needs to "work on" something as important as "his release," you don't draft him #1 overall. His "work" has to drop his stock at least some. And this was the discussion above: not whether he is a good QB but whether he is worthy to take at #1.
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If, in your words, he needs to "work on" something as important as "his release," you don't draft him #1 overall. His "work" has to drop his stock at least some. And this was the discussion above: not whether he is a good QB but whether he is worthy to take at #1.
If I am Tampa Bay I absolutely take him at #1 and don't think twice about it.
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top 16 safeties, like OGs or Cs, aren't very common, since colleges generally use the players that are too small to play linebacker and too slow to play corner.

collins (underclassman) is #7 on cbs's board (SS), followed by prewitt (FS) at #52. pretty big gap. if whoever wasn't grading underclassman, than collins wouldn't show up.
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Old 01-19-2015, 08:37 PM   #64
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If I am Tampa Bay I absolutely take him at #1 and don't think twice about it.
You don't see a Tebow parallel in terms of mechanics?
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You don't see a Tebow parallel in terms of mechanics?
No, I really don't, plus Tebow was so inaccurate, Winston, has that accuracy that Tebow did not, and he can read defenses way better than Tebow could have.
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No, I really don't, plus Tebow was so inaccurate, Winston, has that accuracy that Tebow did not, and he can read defenses way better than Tebow could have.
Well, ok, fair enough. I agree with you on the accuracy part.
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Sounds like nose tackle Danny Shelton has really been impressing at the Senior Bowl practices. Might be just the guy we need down the middle to have success with the 3-4. Love Leonard Williams, but he's more of an end.

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Old 01-22-2015, 07:25 PM   #68
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Sounds like nose tackle Danny Shelton has really been impressing at the Senior Bowl practices. Might be just the guy we need down the middle to have success with the 3-4. Love Leonard Williams, but he's more of an end.

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Dontari Poe 2.0, freakishly athletic for a man his size and really strong, would love to have him
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DNot really know him, like what I'm hearing. Defensive tackle probably the most underrated position in the game, would love to have a young dominant one for once.
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Senior Bowl 2015: Draft Scouting and Observations from Day 3 | Bleacher Report

Sorry to post something from BR, but it is Matt Bowen and he is solid.

Here is day 2, Senior Bowl 2015: Draft Scouting and Observations from Day 2 | Bleacher Report

My level of excitment for the draft is the highest since we drafted RG3 and now that we have a legit personel guy, Im expecting some compentency this year.
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Looks like the names that keep coming up from the senior bowl :

Lakin Tomlinson, OG, Duke : Mayock: Duke's Laken Tomlinson starred at Senior Bowl - NFL.com

Cody Prewitt, S, Ole Miss: Senior Bowl roundup: Cody Prewitt not the only one helping himself with NFL teams before draft | FOX Sports

Both these guys have been on my radar through the season


Some more on the 2 fat guys at DT: 2015 Senior Bowl: Carl Davis, Danny Shelton show power in the pit - CBSSports.com
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I have read several reports on the Senior bowl practices, most of them contradict each other - I do not know who to believe.
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His windup is a killer. You can get away with a windup like that in college but not in the pros, as Tebow taught us. Winston's not gonna lose that in a year.
I can't believe you're putting Baby Jesus and Winston in the same sentence. What you're forgetting to mention is Winston actually throws w/ great anticipation. He makes all of the throws with ease. You can't teach the talent he has. He's a passer first and not a thrower.

It's going to come down to whether or not he can grow the F up and act like a pro. I'd have no problem taking him, sitting him for a year and let him learn the ropes.
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Senior Bowl NFL Draft stock report: Who helped themselves in Mobile? - SBNation.com

latest reports...is Scot McC out there?
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I can't believe you're putting Baby Jesus and Winston in the same sentence. What you're forgetting to mention is Winston actually throws w/ great anticipation. He makes all of the throws with ease. You can't teach the talent he has. He's a passer first and not a thrower.

It's going to come down to whether or not he can grow the F up and act like a pro. I'd have no problem taking him, sitting him for a year and let him learn the ropes.


You take him #1 overall, he is not gonna sit.
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