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Old 12-30-2013   #789
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Default Re: New HC candidates

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Originally Posted by The Pencil Neck View Post
But that was really the point of the discussion. You can't rely on a player having "IT" when he comes out of college being the determining factor on whether you can win a SB with him. A lot of QBs have "IT" in college and fail in the pros while other QBs develop "IT" once they get to the pros. And then there are teams that win despite the QB not having "IT".
I think there's a big difference. College guys have the "it" factor. Peyton, Brady, Rogers have the "IT" factor.

The question is whether those college QBs can translate their "it" into "IT"

But I never argued "it" should be the determining factor.
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