Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by btcutter, Mar 17, 2014.
Career completion percentage of 68.4 ain't too shabby.
I think this year's QBs are better. I don't think anyone thought Cam was going to lite it up in NFL. Locker got drafted completely bases off performance of the year prior (1 year wonder). Gabbert is plain awful. All his passes in college were 5-15 yd routes. Ponder was a shocker pick by a desperate team.
Teddy is a 3 yr starter. Johnny is a two year started.....definitely has more track record than those in 2011.
Trade the pick and snag some extra picks from a team.
I would rather have great defensive depth, then a QB at this moment.
I don't buy that.
If we could get a lot of picks in the current draft, then absolutely yes do it.
If any of the top three QBs are there (Bortles, Bridgewater, Manziel), I would hope Dallas grabs them.
find me the inaccurate deep balls LOL
Do you REALLY think that even with red flags the Vikings pass on a top 3 QB?!?! Not me ... no way Bridgewater makes it past the Vikings pick.
You guys have unrealistic expectations from a 1st red Qb,Andrew lucks of the world only come around once in 10 years.
if he is there at 16 you better run to the podium
I'm not so sure now.....that pro day was hideous . First thought that came to mind was Geno Smith 2.0. When the Jets took Smith in the 2nd round last year everyone thought they got a good deal. Now....I bet the Jets wish they could have that pick back. If Geno could slide out of the 1st.....why not Bridgewater?
this is also reasonable
we could get a kings ransom from a team like the browns if dont pick QB with their forst pick
There is great tape of Bridgewater playing in a pro style offense for 2 straight years.....Geno played in a gimmick offense and his ability to read defenses and even take a snap under center were a mystery. With that said, I'm sure the Jets still have no regrets on taking Geno in the 2nd. He was a rookie playing on a terrible offense with 0 weapons. Not all hope is lost for him yet.
he has been compared to andrew luck many times because like andrew, he's one of the few college QB's that ran his own pro style offense in college.
That's exactly why we wouldn't take him in the first. Too many other needs now. The same goes for the other QBs in my opinion. I don't think we touch a QB until 4th at earliest, if at all.
Show me full game footage and not selected highlights.
you dont get his YPA and his low INT rate and his almost 70% completion rate if you suck at it. highlights or not, he has shown more than capable.
I have no idea of his character or leadership which is huge for the QB position. I only saw him play a few times and I thought his offensive he played In was sort of boring. But I thought he threw beautiful passes. He looks really good when he lets it rip.
Although there is so much more that goes into a great QB.
If your scouts liked him before the bad workout and he's there, you have to take that risk, don't you?