Originally Posted by Carr Bombed
And this is without even getting into the off the field problem.. which is a HUGE red flag for me.. All we heard about all offseason was how Johnny needs the structure of the daily routine of a football season and I'm sorry, but when your own father comes out and says he quit drinking to set a good example for you.. and he's worried about your drinking and your lifestyle, that speaks volumes to me. I'm worried this kid has alcoholic tendencies and in no way shape or form would I risk a #1 pick on a kid that has those flags surrounding him. We're already seeing it play out in Jacksonville.
Great college player (college, where a lot can be swept under a rug), I don't want him on my NFL team (NFL, where a camera is shoved up your rear 24/7.. especially at the QB position).
I have no problem with his off field behavior, he is in a fact a 20 yr old who won the Heisman and afforded many extra curricular activities. I expect immaturity from a 20 yr old hotdog. Once football season started he answered the call better than ever. What would bother me is if he was the last one to get to the office and the first one to leave. What the 2013 college season has shown to this point is that doesn't appear to be a problem.