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Old 01-17-2014   #14
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Default Re: Rob Rang 2014 draft

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Originally Posted by Texian View Post
Rob Rang is one of the older more reliable evaluators and his website nfldraftscout.com is one of the absolute best. It is a leader in the field not a follower. I do miss Chad Reuter since he left for nfl,com and Dane Brugler is really a novice learning the trade much like McShay. I take his write ups with a grain of salt. I agree with you about Mayock, son of a football coach and he played at every level. You just can't beat that kind of knowledge and experience.



Maybe because he doesn't have a BIAS and is OBJECTIVE in his analysis. That's how he makes his living, he doesn't fall in love with players.
Honest question - He's a reliable evaluator of what exactly? Where folks are going to get drafted?

Examples: Carr falls from #4 to #16. Manziel jumps from #25 to #13.

If he's a judge of actual "talent", then why the huge moves in 4 weeks? Their abilities didn't radically change.
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