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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 9:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

stchamp98 wrote:
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Which qb looked best today?


If I had to rank them:
EJ Manuel
Tyler Wilson
Mike Glennon
Zac Dysert
Landry Jones
Ryan Nassib


I might put Jones over Dysert for the week but besides that this would basically be my list.

And I've already discussed it multiple times but were I an NFL head coach, I wouldn't want Tyler Bray to be my team leader.


i thought Landry had a terrible game, he fleed the pocket when their was pressure and only checked the ball down
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 9:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

AZPSquared wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
AZPSquared wrote:
DDOCKETT90 wrote:
Which qb looked best today?


If I had to rank them:
EJ Manuel
Tyler Wilson
Mike Glennon
Zac Dysert
Landry Jones
Ryan Nassib


I might put Jones over Dysert for the week but besides that this would basically be my list.

And I've already discussed it multiple times but were I an NFL head coach, I wouldn't want Tyler Bray to be my team leader.


i thought Landry had a terrible game, he fleed the pocket when their was pressure and only checked the ball down


True. That said, I think he showed better in practices than Dysert did. Dysert really had a week to forget.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 10:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

stchamp98 wrote:
AZPSquared wrote:
stchamp98 wrote:
AZPSquared wrote:
DDOCKETT90 wrote:
Which qb looked best today?


If I had to rank them:
EJ Manuel
Tyler Wilson
Mike Glennon
Zac Dysert
Landry Jones
Ryan Nassib


I might put Jones over Dysert for the week but besides that this would basically be my list.

And I've already discussed it multiple times but were I an NFL head coach, I wouldn't want Tyler Bray to be my team leader.


i thought Landry had a terrible game, he fleed the pocket when their was pressure and only checked the ball down


True. That said, I think he showed better in practices than Dysert did. Dysert really had a week to forget.


I think Dysert has the both the tangible and intangibles. It will come down to working in a system that will better play to his strengths. At Miami (OH) it was too dink and dunk, whereas BA offense is vertical. BA and Moore I think would do wonders with Dysert
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Lets figure out what we need to do to get Schwenke and Warford.
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Lets figure out what we need to do to get Schwenke and Warford.


I was very impressed with Schwenke, I might be intrested in taking him in the 3rd
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How did glennon do?


Up and down. He still loses accuracy terribly when he is moved off his spot. He is 6-7 200 pounds basically a stick figure. He has the arm to make all the throws, but his underneath accuracy is poor, but he has a great deep ball.


bull. he made two beautiful throws being flushed out of the pocket in the game espcially the one in the 2nd half and i have seem him be effective on the move in plenty of game film. He can add weight to his frame so that isnt an issue to me. the only thing i agree with here is his underneath inaccuracy that i do observe and saw today as well.
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Cusi10 wrote:
khodder wrote:
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How did glennon do?


Up and down. He still loses accuracy terribly when he is moved off his spot. He is 6-7 200 pounds basically a stick figure. He has the arm to make all the throws, but his underneath accuracy is poor, but he has a great deep ball.


bull. he made two beautiful throws being flushed out of the pocket in the game espcially the one in the 2nd half and i have seem him be effective on the move in plenty of game film. He can add weight to his frame so that isnt an issue to me. the only thing i agree with here is his underneath inaccuracy that i do observe and saw today as well.


Dying to know which game film this was from. It's a well known fact that the more Glennon moves and the longer he holds the ball the more erratic he becomes. Mayock literally said that point blank this week.
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How did Okafor and Rambo look? What rounds do you guys think they will end up going in?
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whateverewesay wrote:
How did Okafor and Rambo look? What rounds do you guys think they will end up going in?


Okafor had a phenomenal week, the only guy who could go toe to toe with Eric Fisher. He opened some eyes this week IMO.

Rambo apparently was dealing with some sort of injury all week, didn't do much.
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Cusi10 wrote:
khodder wrote:
DDOCKETT90 wrote:
How did glennon do?


Up and down. He still loses accuracy terribly when he is moved off his spot. He is 6-7 200 pounds basically a stick figure. He has the arm to make all the throws, but his underneath accuracy is poor, but he has a great deep ball.


bull. he made two beautiful throws being flushed out of the pocket in the game espcially the one in the 2nd half and i have seem him be effective on the move in plenty of game film. He can add weight to his frame so that isnt an issue to me. the only thing i agree with here is his underneath inaccuracy that i do observe and saw today as well.


I am not making a judgement from one all-star game.
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Watching a re-cap of the Senior Bowl segment from Mike Mayock and Daniel Jeremiah just now, they talked about the following players from the week in a sort of "Winners and Losers" type segment. The players are listed in the order they named them, which may or may not mean anything:

Winners
Eric Fisher, OT Central Michigan
Brian Schwenke, OC Cal
Lane Johnson, OT Oklahoma
Alex Okafor, LB Texas
Leon McFadden, CB San Diego State
JJ Wilcox, S Georgia Southern
Johnathan Cyprien, S Florida International

Losers
Zac Dysert, QB Miami OH
Ryan Nassib, QB Syracuse
Oday Aboushi, OT Virginia
Justin Pugh, OT Syracuse
John Jenkins, DT Georgia
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I like Okafor as a possible 3-4 OLB, he could be there at 38

Also, i love the fact that Pugh slides a bit.

He could get to the 3rd round with those arms
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