Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Ranching, Feb 8, 2019.
Not for long,, Kitna is the foot doctor.
LOL No thank you.
The guy is a huge risk.
He still hasn't chosen baseball or football. You can't play QB and and Baseball. Sorry.
He played 1 season of College football and produced in a conference on a team with more talent then everyone else and absolutely no defenses.
He was shut down against Alabama until they were up 28-0 and he just started naturally producing because of the situation.
Also, his interview is just awful. I've never seen a championship QB speak like that.
I hope you’re right.
I wouldn't touch him with a 10ft pole.......waaay too short. Besides, he lost me trying to leverage baseball against football. I could be wrong but the min things don't his way ( career ) in NFL or he gets X amount of millions in the bank, he's off to baseball. Also not sure how true it is but someone twitter compared his dad to RG3 or Manziel parents. That alone is enough to downgrade him IMO ......lol
Not the size of the boat, but the motion of the ocean!!
Trade Dak for 2 first round picks and package one 1st and 3rd to jump up and take Murray
Yes, let him blow Dak out of the water in camp, start him at QB, superbowl.
Comment of the day right there lol
Dallas isnt taking a qb
So if Kitna fixes Dak's feet, do we start calling him Dr, Scholl?
You should really have your wife explain what she meant by that!
I said no, before even reading.
She gets seasick in bed...
Will he bulk up and play RB?
I don't follow NCAA but isn't he the guy who played at Oklahoma and won the Heisman? What's so bad about him that you couldn't say about Mayfield? Is he expected to be some amazing baseball prospect? I'm asking because I really don't know anything about him.
He'll go top 15 at worst. Not saying he should but selling fan bases hope on draft day is still a thing.
One, he's smaller then Mayfield. Two, he already plays Professional Baseball. Three, a big part of his game is breaking the pocket. It'll be interesting to see what he actually weighs in at. I've heard that he is not even 5'9 but closer to 5'8 or 5'7. This guy is really small and he doesn't have the same skills as a Brees. I don't believe he will be a QB in the NFL, at least not for long. I believe he could be a really good MLB player. If he lands on a roster, he isn't staying in Pro Football. He will be in Pro Baseball trying to learn to hit Big League pitches. Why did Murray leave A&M?
For those of us wondering about Kyler's official height, the Oklahoma staff said their staff "officially" measured him at 5-9-7/8 inches in his socks. They've listed him as 5-10 on their roster. In any case, it might be interesting to check his measurement results if and when he enters the 2019 Indy Combine.