NFP Sunday Blitz

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by johnnyd, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. johnnyd

    johnnyd Active Member

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    David DeCastro, Stanford G. He rates high on the intangible chart based on his interview. DeCastro showed football was important to him, and he has a no-nonsense approach. One personnel man said he liked the fact that DeCastro came across as somewhat ornery

    Love this quote.
  2. cowboy_ron

    cowboy_ron You Can't Fix Stupid

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    Hope he's there at 14
  3. fortdick

    fortdick Well-Known Member

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    Ornery is better than moxie, right?

    ABQCOWBOY Moderator Staff Member

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    To me:

    Moxie = Not enough talent to do it but still willing to get in there and try.

    Ornery = Enough talent and only a matter of time before he shows you.
  5. Bigdog

    Bigdog Well-Known Member

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    I got this feeling that he is not going to be there when we pick. I think the Chiefs or Cards will pick him. He might even go in the top ten.
  6. silverbear

    silverbear Semi-Official Loose Cannon

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    Ornery is nasty, under semi-control... ornery is good...

    Let's put it this way-- your team is down 28-10 early in the 4th quarter... if you have "moxie", your reaction is:

    "We can't quit, we're gonna get it going, there's things open out there, ways we can move the ball. We can still win this game!!!"

    And you mean it... that's Romo, that's moxie...

    If you're "ornery", your reaction is more basic:

    "Alright, I've had just about enough of this (bleeeep)"...

    Like I said, ornery is good... :D
  7. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    He'll be there, gonna be a run on D Linemen IMO.
  8. VACowboy

    VACowboy Well-Known Member

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    Ornery is Marc Colombo accidentally knocking Justin Tuck on his *** a second or two after the whistle blows.

    Moxie is Tony Romo chasing a football that was snapped over his head and 20 yards behind him, scooping the ball up instead of falling on it, evading tacklers as he makes his way back upfield, and then throwing a perfect 15-yard strike to Dez Bryant.

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