Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by WoodysGirl, Apr 11, 2014.
he could pass...the joint around
Here it is, Vince wowed em with a 6!
Posted 3/1/2006 12:24 AM
2006 NFL Draft (Apr. 29-30, 2006)
Will Wonderlic cause teams to wonder about Young?
By Pete Dougherty, Green Bay Press-Gazette and Jim Wyatt, The Tennessean
INDIANAPOLIS — Vince Young's horribly low score on the Wonderlic intelligence test — reportedly 6 of a possible 50 — has given teams at the top of the NFL Draft plenty of extra work to do. It also might end up changing how the picks fall at the top of the first round.
Vince Young can only hope that his Wonderlic test rumors do not chase him down the draft board.
By Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY
Going into the NFL Scouting Combine, the junior quarterback from Texas looked certain to be one of the top four picks. But after scoring so poorly on the Wonderlic, Young's status as a top-5 or even top-10 pick could be in jeopardy.
ProFootballTalk.com broke the story of Young's score Sunday, and several NFL scouts confirmed it. Any score less than 15 is extremely low for a quarterback, and most teams want players at that position to score at least a 20.
"It raises a huge red flag," said Jeep Chryst, a former NFL assistant attending the combine as an at-large scout.
The NFL did its best to silence talk about Young's test.
Claiborne scored a 4
And how obnoxiously irrelevant the Wonderlic is.
Yup i work for doctors who are straight up incompetent. I thought the reason you gain such advance skills is to be logical, critical and open minded.
Yup and JJ drafted this fool
Why not? Unless you know the guy I never saw a guy who was a idiot. He was a guy who had some inner demons but nothing to imply being stupid.
Unless you're judging him based on his lisp.
That should have been a red flag. Blowing off a test, he should have never taken it. In the end it makes him look bad. For example a qb tanks the throwing drill because he does not wish to throw. I wonder if Mo disregard for the mental part of the game is the reason why he does not like to study film.
Mo Claiborne got a 4.
a 4 out of 50.
yeah, nuff said.
I scored low on the test. Very low. My mentor/adviser Vince Young say he will work with me to improve.
Quincy score higher than Aikman?
I am fuly on board with that.
Question: In double and triple coverage a QB . . .
Romo: "Try to make the thow and be a hero."
I'm not sure I get what you are trying to say. After the draft Mo admitted he tanked it and that is why he ended up with a 4.
I just don't believe that.
You don't go into any process where millions are riding on the line and skip a part because "you" don't feel it's necessary.
Look where that 6 got vince young.
Yeah this is a common myth but is actually 100% untrue.
He got 2 points for spelling Mo correctly!
it didn't hurt Mo's contract status.
I know he's not a Dallas Cowboy QB, but since we're talking about the Wonderlic test I figure I'd show you guys this, it's a never before seen picture of Vince Young's Wonderlic test.
If he got a SIX out of FIFTY, can you imagine what Claiborne's test looks like? I heard the first 6 points are given to everybody, so I have no idea how Claiborne scored a 4 ...
*The picture is obviously fake, hopefully VY is more intelligent then that.*
This a contradition or redundint?
I am confused and obsticated. If it be a myth then naturaly it be untrue, right? My head hurts when i half to think this hard.
So you are saying he did not burn up his brains or he is not smart?