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Old 04-27-2014   #53
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Default Re: Steel B's Mock 2.0

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Originally Posted by infantrycak View Post
QB has always been and will always be dominated by cerebral talent over athletic talent in the NFL.
And that's the most difficult talent to scout.
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Originally Posted by beerlover View Post
Brains over brawn doesn't work as well as you obviously, stubbornly cling to. You need both
I didn't see where he suggested that a QB didn't need talent.

Tom Brady should be banned from any QB prospect comparison. He's an anomaly. His college coach kept trying to replace him, but couldn't. His desire and competitiveness were too strong. When some scout develops a tool to measure those, then we can make a comparison to Brady. He had the body of an UDFA when he entered the NFL. That was good enough for college. He worked himself into an average athlete with an adequate arm durung his 1st couple of years in the league. The Tom Brady at the 2000 combine was not the Tom Brady of Super Bowl XXXVI. A transformation like that is impossible to project.
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