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topwop1


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 1:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

IronMike84 wrote:
That being said, as much as Jamal Adams has great intangibles and leadership traits, I have to wonder if Malik Hooker's rare ability to cover sideline to sideline and play the ball has him higher on the board at Halas Hall.


I like Hooker but the fact that is a 1-year starter coming off shoulder surgery and he is a guy who almost quit football at one point, you have to wonder if he will even be in play for the Bears.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 8:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The NFL Network has been posting some interview videos with the top QBs. Kizer seemed really confident and intelligent, I came away impressed by him. So far they haven't posted anything on Watson or Mahomes.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 8:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

gah112 wrote:
The NFL Network has been posting some interview videos with the top QBs. Kizer seemed really confident and intelligent, I came away impressed by him. So far they haven't posted anything on Watson or Mahomes.

Ever see Scary Movie? Mahomes will be the Doofy of this rookie QB class.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 10:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

IronMike84 wrote:
gah112 wrote:
The NFL Network has been posting some interview videos with the top QBs. Kizer seemed really confident and intelligent, I came away impressed by him. So far they haven't posted anything on Watson or Mahomes.

Ever see Scary Movie? Mahomes will be the Doofy of this rookie QB class.


None of the guys are reported to have interviewed badly at all... and I've seen glowing feedback reported after team interviews with both Watson and Mahomes specifically.. Trubisky I heard less about, but the general feeling I've gotten from what I have seen is that he did absolutely nothing to hurt his stock, and had a overall good-great combine as well.

Kizer, on the other hand, only reportedly hurt his stock in the drills portion where to paraphrase "it looked like he'd never taken a 5 or 7 step drop in his life" and he showed questionable accuracy.... but I never heard anything less than positive about his interviews.


@Gah112, got a link for the interviews? I've seen some general press conference type open for questions of a few guys, but nothing more in depth, and I'd be curious to watch.
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Epyon wrote:
IronMike84 wrote:
gah112 wrote:
The NFL Network has been posting some interview videos with the top QBs. Kizer seemed really confident and intelligent, I came away impressed by him. So far they haven't posted anything on Watson or Mahomes.

Ever see Scary Movie? Mahomes will be the Doofy of this rookie QB class.


None of the guys are reported to have interviewed badly at all... and I've seen glowing feedback reported after team interviews with both Watson and Mahomes specifically.. Trubisky I heard less about, but the general feeling I've gotten from what I have seen is that he did absolutely nothing to hurt his stock, and had a overall good-great combine as well.

Kizer, on the other hand, only reportedly hurt his stock in the drills portion where to paraphrase "it looked like he'd never taken a 5 or 7 step drop in his life" and he showed questionable accuracy.... but I never heard anything less than positive about his interviews.


@Gah112, got a link for the interviews? I've seen some general press conference type open for questions of a few guys, but nothing more in depth, and I'd be curious to watch.


The thing about Kiser worries me the most because he looked inaccurate in passes that he knew he was going to throw, was not in pads and had no pressure.
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blkwdw13 wrote:
Epyon wrote:
IronMike84 wrote:
gah112 wrote:
The NFL Network has been posting some interview videos with the top QBs. Kizer seemed really confident and intelligent, I came away impressed by him. So far they haven't posted anything on Watson or Mahomes.

Ever see Scary Movie? Mahomes will be the Doofy of this rookie QB class.


None of the guys are reported to have interviewed badly at all... and I've seen glowing feedback reported after team interviews with both Watson and Mahomes specifically.. Trubisky I heard less about, but the general feeling I've gotten from what I have seen is that he did absolutely nothing to hurt his stock, and had a overall good-great combine as well.

Kizer, on the other hand, only reportedly hurt his stock in the drills portion where to paraphrase "it looked like he'd never taken a 5 or 7 step drop in his life" and he showed questionable accuracy.... but I never heard anything less than positive about his interviews.


@Gah112, got a link for the interviews? I've seen some general press conference type open for questions of a few guys, but nothing more in depth, and I'd be curious to watch.


The thing about Kiser worries me the most because he looked inaccurate in passes that he knew he was going to throw, was not in pads and had no pressure.


Front foot lands inconsistently, his release point isn't consistent either.

Needs reps reps reps.
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Sidney Jones tore his achilles at his Pro Day. Ugh
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