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Old 05-06-2014   #1231
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Default Re: Blake Bortles

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Originally Posted by bah007 View Post
I think that Locker and Bortles are very similar. For all his faults, there was always a lot to like about Locker. He just needed to be coached up properly. I would say that Locker is a poor man's version of Bortles.
Agreed. I've compared him to Locker throughout the process although he is a lot further along as a passer which is why I have also compared him to Tannehill, who is a more natural thrower than Locker.
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