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Old 01-13-2022, 10:59 AM   #361
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Malik Willis will be out of the league in 4 years....he's a great athlete but his little body can't sustain those hits in the nfl...he'll get broken up and possibly stay injured for at least half a season......plus there are questions about his ability to read nfl coverages.....
Here I fixed it for you.

IF WASHINGTON DRAFTS MALIK WILLIS he will be out of the league in 4 years....he's a great athlete but his little body can't sustain those hits in the nfl...he'll get broken up and possibly stay injured
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Old 01-13-2022, 11:10 AM   #362
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Most said Watson wouldn't last either with his small frame and knee issues and he's a top 10 QB.

We all said TH wouldn't make it a season..

Not saying Willis is great but he is by far the most gifted passer of the bunch, the ball literally jumps out of his hand
That's arguably what you don't want in a QB 😉😁
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Old 01-15-2022, 11:40 AM   #363
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Thankfully, one thing I've noticed of the draft a QB crowd on this board is they have expressed no thought of trading up (higher than 11) to get a QB in the draft, some would trade down. That said I was shocked to see in other places Redskins fans proposing we trade star defensive linemen, or future picks, with our first to move up in the 1st for a QB. That tells me quite a few of the people who hate Snyder would be exactly like him (at least with the draft) if they owned the team. Absolute insanity.
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Old 01-15-2022, 11:46 AM   #364
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He would be a waste of a 1st round pick.
Well right now that can be said of any of these prospects. I still think it would be smarter to build future draft capital (as much as possible) and try in next years much better QB class.
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Old 01-15-2022, 11:54 PM   #365
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Now I've heard it all. A Redskin fan posted that PFF had a study that broke out the chances of getting a stud QB and where they were drafted. Since picks 1-3 had by far the best results (20%) he thinks we must trade up into the top 3 picks in this years draft to draft a QB. So in essence if we say drafted Willis (Who he wants) at 3 he'll have a 20% chance of becoming a star vice drafting Willis at 11 where it only about an 8% chance he'd be a star.
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Now I've heard it all. A Redskin fan posted that PFF had a study that broke out the chances of getting a stud QB and where they were drafted. Since picks 1-3 had by far the best results (20%) he thinks we must trade up into the top 3 picks in this years draft to draft a QB. So in essence if we say drafted Willis (Who he wants) at 3 he'll have a 20% chance of becoming a star vice drafting Willis at 11 where it only about an 8% chance he'd be a star.
That's just someone who doesn't understand statistics. They are an indicator of probable outcomes not a predictor of actual outcomes. Hopefully the team have staff that are better qualified than that guy!
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