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Old 11-02-2009, 10:14 AM   #256
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FYI- If texas beats Florida for the BCS championship...The danny will be all over McCoy! He won't let another franchise signal caller get away like what happened with Sanchez!
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Old 11-02-2009, 12:43 PM   #257
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FYI- If texas beats Florida for the BCS championship...The danny will be all over McCoy! He won't let another franchise signal caller get away like what happened with Sanchez!
Sanchez is no franchise signal caller.
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Old 11-02-2009, 12:44 PM   #258
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what makes him different is his toughness as a runner. probably the main reason people think he would be a good fullback or tight end. you dont see too many qbs being projected to either of those positions. anyway, i think he will be a success in the pros not for his running, which is a compliment to his other skills or will be in the pros at least, is his determination, smarts, and he does have a good arm. he just doesnt run a pro-style offense by any means. he is the kind of player that will never accept failure, which is why he will be a success. he has the talent to back that desire up.
So he could either revolutionize the game... or become Vince Young to date?
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Old 11-02-2009, 12:45 PM   #259
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The real problem with Tebow is that his release makes Campbell look like Dan Marino. He's an NFL backup at best.

I don't see anyone in college that lights my fire right now.
He's not going to have those huge gaps to run through either most likely, especially in the NFC East.
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Old 11-02-2009, 01:17 PM   #260
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I'll preface this by saying I don't watch much college football. I was in a bar on Sat. evening watching Florida so of course I was focusing on Tebow.

A couple of things I noticed, he brings the ball back really low on his windup, I can't imagine the number of times he will get stripped in the NFL with that sort of motion. That's got to be fixed.

He's a gifted overall athlete no doubt. On the college level you can see where he is head and shoulders above most college defenders. But in the NFL I just don't see where his skills would make him an elite player, at least at the QB position.

Maybe you move him to another position but utilize him in the wildcat once in a while? Also, does he ever line up under center? If not that's going to be adjustment as well.

Looks like he would need some serious "coaching up" at the NFL level as far as his mechanics go if he's going to be a full time QB. I don't see how he's NFL ready right off the bat.

Just my 2 cents.
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Old 11-02-2009, 01:47 PM   #261
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I'll preface this by saying I don't watch much college football. I was in a bar on Sat. evening watching Florida so of course I was focusing on Tebow.

A couple of things I noticed, he brings the ball back really low on his windup, I can't imagine the number of times he will get stripped in the NFL with that sort of motion. That's got to be fixed.

He's a gifted overall athlete no doubt. On the college level you can see where he is head and shoulders above most college defenders. But in the NFL I just don't see where his skills would make him an elite player, at least at the QB position.

Maybe you move him to another position but utilize him in the wildcat once in a while? Also, does he ever line up under center? If not that's going to be adjustment as well.

Looks like he would need some serious "coaching up" at the NFL level as far as his mechanics go if he's going to be a full time QB. I don't see how he's NFL ready right off the bat.

Just my 2 cents.
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Old 11-02-2009, 02:42 PM   #262
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FYI- If texas beats Florida for the BCS championship...The danny will be all over McCoy! He won't let another franchise signal caller get away like what happened with Sanchez!
I agree with Buster, and McCoy isn't a "franchise signal caller" either.
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Old 11-02-2009, 04:05 PM   #263
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I would honestly love it the Redskins traded for Vince Young and drafted the top O-lineman in the first. He's a winner. Sure you can throw at me all the stats you want about his inaccuratecy but the guy fights for his team and can win.
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Old 11-02-2009, 05:01 PM   #264
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I'll preface this by saying I don't watch much college football. I was in a bar on Sat. evening watching Florida so of course I was focusing on Tebow.

A couple of things I noticed, he brings the ball back really low on his windup, I can't imagine the number of times he will get stripped in the NFL with that sort of motion. That's got to be fixed.

He's a gifted overall athlete no doubt. On the college level you can see where he is head and shoulders above most college defenders. But in the NFL I just don't see where his skills would make him an elite player, at least at the QB position.

Maybe you move him to another position but utilize him in the wildcat once in a while? Also, does he ever line up under center? If not that's going to be adjustment as well.

Looks like he would need some serious "coaching up" at the NFL level as far as his mechanics go if he's going to be a full time QB. I don't see how he's NFL ready right off the bat.

Just my 2 cents.
You can count the number of times he's lined up under center on your fingers and toes, literally. His wind up, delivery, and accuracy are NOTHING to write home about. He's nothing more than a running quarterback with a bit bigger/tougher of a frame. His scream and yell and beat on his chest like an insane gorilla after every first down will NOT be part of NFL success. If he's going to have success in the NFL, it won't be with us, I don't see where people even get this notion.

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Old 11-02-2009, 05:02 PM   #265
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I would honestly love it the Redskins traded for Vince Young and drafted the top O-lineman in the first. He's a winner. Sure you can throw at me all the stats you want about his inaccuratecy but the guy fights for his team and can win.
so my comparison to tebow isn't too far off huh
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Old 11-02-2009, 05:56 PM   #266
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Vince Young? Vince Young? I would rather sign Todd Collins to a 7 year 100 mil deal than trade anything for Vince Young. Todd Collins might retire before his contract would be up, but Vince Young might commit suicide after playing here under our scruitiny...and we would be out of a draft pick!

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I would honestly love it the Redskins traded for Vince Young and drafted the top O-lineman in the first. He's a winner. Sure you can throw at me all the stats you want about his inaccuratecy but the guy fights for his team and can win.
A winner AND a quitter! What a guy!
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Old 11-03-2009, 01:06 AM   #268
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Kerry Collins might be available since the Titans owner wants Vince Young to start for his team.
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Old 11-03-2009, 01:15 AM   #269
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pike is gonna be the best NFL qb in the draft, the rest are products of the system, minus bradford but thats a risk, but knowing vinny he will go to his roots and get clausen, but who gives an $ what qb is drafted if we don't get an o line man first, no matter who it is they are gonna be ramsey-ed to death
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Old 11-03-2009, 01:17 AM   #270
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Kerry Collins might be available since the Titans owner wants Vince Young to start for his team.
seriously? kerry fucking collins , why don't we get terrrell davis tto run the ball too
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