Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Rockport, Sep 14, 2019.
Damn, he must be pretty damn good.
,,, and Moore holds all the Boise State records, so,,,,
I am just hoping that he will hold the most records for Superbowls here for Dallas. This year will be a great start for that legacy.
college and pro ball are different. however
ive always been on the Dak wagon and looking forward to him this year.
The rest of the NFL must be quaking in their boots about this
The only record I care about is that he is the player who has the most Super Bowls victories with the same team.
And it's rumored that he saved a bus-load of children from falling off a bridge.......
The AmberBeer troll has been on quite the roll lately with his trolling. It’s always calm before the storm...
I've been on the Dak train since pre season of his rookie year. He is my favorite player far and away, I'm a HUGE believer in that kid, we're very lucky to have him.
I love it that Dak’s success pisses you off so much!
Man if anyone actually keeps up with college football they knew Dak was the real deal. Dak wasn't carried to the NFL by elite wrs like Mike Evans carried Manziel. The only reason why his draft stock fell was a fight on spring break, him catching a dui after his last season before the draft, and that other thing.
30 million per season should cover it
That’s a great point about Manziel. The also had some other really good offensive weapons but Evans is a beast.
I guess good football players do make it to the NFL.
What other thing?
This seems like something that should've been posted right after he was drafted. Looks like you guys are starving for topics.
Uhhh here's the "Other" thing....
WEAKNESSES: Work in progress as a passer but has a live arm and good field vision. His footwork is inconsistent and he loses accuracy when his feet are not set.
Tends to predetermine some throws and relies on a lot of back shoulder patterns, something that got him in trouble against Auburn and Alabama. Has not shown the consistency to lead his team through the air in tough road environments when the ground game is shut down.
But the biggest note that stands out in Prescott's scouting report might be his NFL comparison.
COMPARES TO: Tim Tebow, ex-Broncos, Jets, Patriots - It is the natural comparison, beyond just the connection to Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen, who was Florida's offensive coordinator when Tebow was in Gainesville. Although Prescott has a slightly better arm and more consistent mechanics, he and Tebow grade similar in several categories, including composure, mobility, power and leadership.
It's the Saturday before game day, I for one am bored. A 1-0 record can only hold my interest for so long. I'm ready for game 2.
That ain't happening. And I'm the homer of all homers. Brady might end up with 8 before he's done.
Always nice to see you crawl from under your rock. Praytell, how many times did you cut yourself this week?