Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by CowboyinMD, Nov 6, 2018.
Give me McSorley from Penn state over all of them.
I like McSorley. Dude’s got moxy
The problem with this thinking is; Jerry will sign Dak to an extension this off season and will not draft another QB that high.
yup...hes also clutch and Romo-esq
Tank for Tua or Herbert next year...screw it, I've been pro Dak but I want a Tua or Herbert type QB as I'm sure most franchises do.
Let's find a good one and call dibs.
he is the size of Drew Brees roughly. Nobody is Brees,but the guy can ball. The fact we lack a first round pick in 2019 kinda limits our choices in the QB dept.We are not getting Herbert etc. Have zero shot.
that's what they say bet you he s only 5 11
2021 draft ?
I also like Tyree Jackson in the 3rd / 4th this year.
Depends on what type of contract. I don't think you will see a 5 year 110 million dollar contract for him. I personally think a holdover contract until a better QB comes into play.
MIGHT be Jarrett Stidham*, QB, Auburn sitting there at our pick
Another NFC scout who was at spring games and who attended spring practice
"Okay size; growth potential; high football IQ; good, but not great, arm with good mechanics and ability to change arm slot; better touch than power thrower; quick release to beat the rush. He improved his eyes versus pressure over the last nine games [of 2017]. He has a good mental clock; very mobile [with] excellent speed for a quarterback; [a] legitimate threat on the ground - he beat Alabama because he continually broke contain on crucial third downs. Plus, he's got an incredible story of perseverance that defines his mettle as a person. The kid is a legit winner. Those are all the types of positives that will make him grow quickly on general managers and directors as the season wears on if he continues his ascent. He's built mentally and skill-set wise for the pro landscape and has the makeup and goods to run a franchise."
"Not as physically gifted as Herbert in Oregon, but [Stidham] can throw a good ball. He has very good mobility to execute flexible scheme design, and his football IQ is as good as it gets. He's a pro already in that regard, and it was pretty easy to see. Guys like him acclimate quickly and win locker rooms not just with approach but he has a good skill set to back it up as a player also."
No kidding. Put him on a .500 team and see how he plays.
He sure looks the part on Bama.
I hope your right.
All Dak needs is the correct playcaller ,imo, look what he could do today with the correct play calling? Why they can’t call plays like that consistently is beyond me!
The Process worked for the Sixers; not so much for the Cowboys.