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Old 04-04-2012, 01:41 AM   #181
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Dez ran the wrong route and yes it makes all the difference in the world...obviously

on a come back route the QB throws before the WR breaks...if the WR never breaks then...yeah


and that is not even close to the first time Dez has fcked up a route...he does it a lot, it has been his biggest knock so far and the reason Tony trusted Robinson over him late in games.

Why not take the sack then and flip the **** out on Bryant in the huddle? It's like he was trying to lose. Blatant, terrible throw... whether Dez ran a bad route or not.
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Old 04-04-2012, 11:35 AM   #182
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Why not take the sack then and flip the **** out on Bryant in the huddle? It's like he was trying to lose. Blatant, terrible throw... whether Dez ran a bad route or not.
I think you are talking about a different game :/
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Old 04-04-2012, 11:37 AM   #183
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Former GM Bill Polian said his score doesnt hurt his draft stock one bit. Its meaningless. And about his learning disability teams will just talk to his teachers/coaches at school. The only issue with his score is the fact it was released and its unfortunate he had to be embarrassed by all the hoopla.

There have been plenty of wonderlic scores low of successful football players. In fact one is a former teamamte Patrick Peterson. A guy you was arguing about for DROY last season. Go f*cking figure.


Mel Kiper and Todd McShay said this is a non issue. Herm Edwards a former CB, coach said its not a big deal at all. And I'm talkin his score/learning disability.

For other positions? I'm sure QB it would be an issue. MLB. But CB? Nah, sorry.

You're the only idiot in America who feels like you do.

In all seriousness if no one cares about this test except me then they shouldn't make them take it...There is no point, might as see how well they can knit too.

Bill Polian is suggesting that whoever leaked it thought teams would care though...
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Old 04-04-2012, 12:55 PM   #184
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In all seriousness if no one cares about this test except me then they shouldn't make them take it...There is no point, might as see how well they can knit too.

Bill Polian is suggesting that whoever leaked it thought teams would care though...

Its a stupid test. And I bet if we could take the leaked scores over time and compare the high scores (performance in the NFL) vs the low scores (performance in the NFL). The high scoring players would probably not be great football players.

I'm pretty sure some teams care about the score. How much stock they put into it? And have they ever had a prospect rated #1 on their draft board drop to #2 because of it? I dont know. Its easier to see your stock plummet if you get busted for marijuana, or a DUI. I cant say the same for a low Wonderlic score.

I came across 2 players with learning disabilities that played in the NFL. Terry Bradshaw and Neil Smith.
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Old 04-25-2012, 11:14 AM   #185
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beside the obvious "he isn't as good as the typical fist rounder"?

he is a SS "in the box" type that can't make a play on the ball...in an NFL league that has become so pass happy that teams really just need to be playing two FS now.

SS role is become much more about pass defense than it used to be...and Barron's specialty is hitting, not hawking


Barron stands head and shoulders above any safety in this draft, and teams believe his talents have been understated. He was once pigeonholed exclusively at strong safety, but more and more decision-makers feel Barron can handle the duties of free safety. He's presently rated as the draft's sixth-best player on a number of boards around the league.

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*sprays air freshener in thread*

It stinks, I wonder why.




Yea a learning disability wouldn't really bother me. I mean Carlos Rogers had an amazing year in a new defense and he's dumb as rocks too.


Learning how to read and react with your already elite athleticism and mastering your hips is a little different than memorizing and applying a mathematical equation
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Barron stands head and shoulders above any safety in this draft, and teams believe his talents have been understated. He was once pigeonholed exclusively at strong safety, but more and more decision-makers feel Barron can handle the duties of free safety. He's presently rated as the draft's sixth-best player on a number of boards around the league.

-SI.com



Safety is extremely thin but yea, Barron is a good one. I think he could go in the top 10-12 because for one, he is a good talent but also, perhaps moreso, those badly in need of a safety will have to consider taking him with their first rounder because other positions they might have to fill are much much deeper. Most of these safeties just don't measure up so far as college players. Who knows?? Maybe they prove themselves in the league but right now, it ain't so bright for the position.

I hope DAL or PHI doesn't get Barron. I wanna torch the last line of defense with our speed.
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Old 04-25-2012, 12:50 PM   #188
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Barron stands head and shoulders above any safety in this draft, and teams believe his talents have been understated. He was once pigeonholed exclusively at strong safety, but more and more decision-makers feel Barron can handle the duties of free safety. He's presently rated as the draft's sixth-best player on a number of boards around the league.

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If he really is the 6th best player in this draft, it truly one of the weakest talent pools for a draft I have ever seen.

He is no where near Berry
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Old 04-25-2012, 01:06 PM   #189
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Adam Schefter just tweeted that Barron is not going to make it to Dallas at 14
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Old 04-29-2012, 05:20 PM   #190
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Bump...hold your nose, still smells like ASS up in here.
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the top safety in this draft is like 3rd round talent...lol...he couldn't hold berry's jock as a prospect

top CB isn't close to peterson

top RB isn't all that

top WR isn't that great



you have 2 great QB prospects...and one great LT prospect...none of the others are "eltie prospects"

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Notice he said that there were only 3 elite prospects in this draft when he created this thread? Notice in here how he bashed Claiborne Wonderlic score and even ARGUED how it mattered? Notice how he wasnt even on Patrick Peterson level? Ok now lets laugh when Dallas drafted Claiborne...


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Omfg...Dallas traded with Rams...Claiborne

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Unbelievable...love you Jerry

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Claiborne is the next Revis...ball hawk skills from hell

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this turned out to be one of my favorite drafts...we got one of the few elite players and all we had to give up was a second rounder...unreal


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I saw that as well...supposedly the worse the wonderlic the better the CB

they don't have to know much in terms of the playbook...most of the time they just have to man up on their guy and that is it...or deep zone which is pretty much like man anyway

on very rare occasion asked to blitz

it requires the least amount of learning of any position on the feild I think...pretty much just pure instinct



Told you. You talk out of your ass so much that the smell is natural to your senses.
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That's good.

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Claiborne has better ball skills than Pat Peterson...he was a former WR...he knows how to get the ball

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