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Of course you do....every single day you show up you act as if your dog has died. Like everything else, you probably don't even lie dogs.
Better cool it. You're probably going to get neg repped.
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Yeah, the bbc might hinder teddy's development like geno. Texian might be on to something.
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Of course you do....every single day you show up you act as if your dog has died. Like everything else, you probably don't even lie dogs.
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Poor dog, probably gets beat a couple times a week and kicked across the room every time you come home drunk.
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Better cool it. You're probably going to get neg repped.
I'm due, haven't had one in almost a month.
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Poor dog, probably gets beat a couple times a week and kicked across the room every time you come home drunk.
Wth? Maybe you want to punch him in the nuts while you're slandering his name everywhere? Unless this is some kind of joke and i missed the punchline..
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Wth? Maybe you want to punch him in the nuts while you're slandering his name everywhere? Unless this is some kind of joke and i missed the punchline..
No biggie. His gun kicks harder than it shoots.
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I wonder if the people saying Bridgewater had a terrible pro day even watched it. He was off target on a few throws, but most of them looked good. His receivers didn't do him any favors when they slowed down to locate the ball and then couldn't catch up to passes that were aimed for their original speed.

His workout was below average for a guy expected to go top 5, but was nowhere near bad.

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Since you are an anti pro day guy, when was the last time a QB had a below average pro day and was drafted in the top ten?
Brees,Newton,and Ryan to name a few. As I've said before, straight from pat kirwan,phil saage and bill polian,pro days mean pretty much nothing. From what I'm told ,face to face,the pro day is was really for the later round picks and guys who were not invited to combine. Pro day is also one of the 1st times the coach get to see prospects live. Now for guys like the late al davis, was heavily influenced by russell,heward-bey,and others pro day and combine. Hey,that's them, id rather just do tape and see how that translates.

I watched a couple games by Carr today and if I never seen his pro day,no way that dude is even in the 2nd rd. His feet,panic under duress,and the near ints are hard to comprehend for a 4 th yr player. I'm sure some coach will think he can coach the pocket awarness like they thought with tanneyhill and gabbert and we've seen how that has worked out.
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Brees,Newton,and Ryan to name a few. As I've said before, straight from pat kirwan,phil saage and bill polian,pro days mean pretty much nothing. From what I'm told ,face to face,the pro day is was really for the later round picks and guys who were not invited to combine. Pro day is also one of the 1st times the coach get to see prospects live. Now for guys like the late al davis, was heavily influenced by russell,heward-bey,and others pro day and combine. Hey,that's them, id rather just do tape and see how that translates.

I watched a couple games by Carr today and if I never seen his pro day,no way that dude is even in the 2nd rd. His feet,panic under duress,and the near ints are hard to comprehend for a 4 th yr player. I'm sure some coach will think he can coach the pocket awarness like they thought with tanneyhill and gabbert and we've seen how that has worked out.

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Brees,Newton,and Ryan to name a few. As I've said before, straight from pat kirwan,phil saage and bill polian,pro days mean pretty much nothing. From what I'm told ,face to face,the pro day is was really for the later round picks and guys who were not invited to combine. Pro day is also one of the 1st times the coach get to see prospects live. Now for guys like the late al davis, was heavily influenced by russell,heward-bey,and others pro day and combine. Hey,that's them, id rather just do tape and see how that translates.
That's pretty awesome you met them and they said that. I always felt the same way, but never had any validation to my argument.

There was a great man in the Clowney thread that said this...

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That great man is me. And now I have validation from GMs on my opinion. All you Mel Kiper fan boys have fun riding that fence and swaying in the wind. I drew a line after the end of the FOOTBALL season on what guys I did and did not like and reasons why. Those pro days haven't made me sway, and now I feel more confident in my reasoning. Thank you Leebi.
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And now I have validation from GMs on my opinion. All you Mel Kiper fan boys have fun riding that fence and swaying in the wind. I drew a line after the end of the FOOTBALL season on what guys I did and did not like and reasons why. Those pro days haven't made me sway, and now I feel more confident in my reasoning. Thank you Leebi.
Careful you don't hurt yourself patting yourself on the back so hard.

& remember, GMs have a lot more access than what you & I have. They can get past the coach speak & locker room fluff that we can't.

& good pro days, bad pro days... may not change the player's ranking, but it may dress up the windows a little bit, a little advertising. Hopefully get someone enticed to trade up to the #1 overall.
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Hopefully get someone enticed to trade up to the #1 overall.
If we could trade the pick and still get TB I would obviously love it.

I just don't think we can trade the Falcons at 7 and still land him. Time will tell. All dead talk for another 28 days 9 hours and 58 minutes.... Unless a trade happens before.
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Looks like if you don't hurry and return the dog is going to tell you off. We see who is in charge, heh.

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Brees,Newton,and Ryan to name a few. As I've said before, straight from pat kirwan,phil saage and bill polian,pro days mean pretty much nothing. From what I'm told ,face to face,the pro day is was really for the later round picks and guys who were not invited to combine. Pro day is also one of the 1st times the coach get to see prospects live. Now for guys like the late al davis, was heavily influenced by russell,heward-bey,and others pro day and combine. Hey,that's them, id rather just do tape and see how that translates.

I watched a couple games by Carr today and if I never seen his pro day,no way that dude is even in the 2nd rd. His feet,panic under duress,and the near ints are hard to comprehend for a 4 th yr player. I'm sure some coach will think he can coach the pocket awarness like they thought with tanneyhill and gabbert and we've seen how that has worked out.
He probably meant top ten in the draft, not position. Brees was a second round pick. But overall I agree with your point. The pro-day doesn't make a significant dent to drop someone a full round in a draft. It just makes them go review the game film that much more deeply. A poor performance can hurt though especially if you didn't throw at the combine but not to the level some are suggesting where he should all the way to the second. That's quite a stretch.
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I watched the QB episode last night. Kinda' cool to see the workouts.

Honestly, Bridgewater just doesn't come off as very bright. JMO, of course, but he seems like his answers are canned. Maybe he's just nervous in front of cameras and interviews, but every interview I've seen with him just doesn't give me the vibe that he's very quick in his critical thinking skills.

I don't know anything about Tajh Boyd, but he came across as a very smart player. I'd like to keep an eye on him to see who picks him up and if he develops into an NFL QB down the road.

All of them showed college game tape where their floaty passes would be like mana from heaven to NFL defensive backs. They benefited from the typical separation at the college level between receivers and defenders.
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I watched the QB episode last night. Kinda' cool to see the workouts.

Honestly, Bridgewater just doesn't come off as very bright. JMO, of course, but he seems like his answers are canned. Maybe he's just nervous in front of cameras and interviews, but every interview I've seen with him just doesn't give me the vibe that he's very quick in his critical thinking skills.

I don't know anything about Tajh Boyd, but he came across as a very smart player. I'd like to keep an eye on him to see who picks him up and if he develops into an NFL QB down the road.

All of them showed college game tape where their floaty passes would be like mana from heaven to NFL defensive backs. They benefited from the typical separation at the college level between receivers and defenders.

Funny you say that considering Bridgewater has the highest football Iq and most developed to read defenses of any QB in this draft.
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Funny you say that considering Bridgewater has the highest football Iq and most developed to read defenses of any QB in this draft.
yeah, I've read that before. I'm just commenting on my general impression of him through his interviews.

Sometimes book smarts do not always translate to quick thinking skills.

Or he's just a nervous interview and spews rehearsed lines. He just never seems like he's speaking from his gut, but like I said, just an opinion.

You see a guy like Andrew Luck, who had the great GPA, and his interviews comes across as very knowledgeable about football and quick to reply to questions with great insight. Bridgewater does not come across the same way to me.
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yeah, I've read that before. I'm just commenting on my general impression of him through his interviews.

Sometimes book smarts do not always translate to quick thinking skills.

Or he's just a nervous interview and spews rehearsed lines. He just never seems like he's speaking from his gut, but like I said, just an opinion.

You see a guy like Andrew Luck, who had the great GPA, and his interviews comes across as very knowledgeable about football and quick to reply to questions with great insight. Bridgewater does not come across the same way to me.
I agree with you.

On the field, Bridgewater seems to be very intelligent. He appears to be ahead of the curve in the mental aspects of the game. But off the field, he doesn't project the same image. To me, he looks nervous in front of cameras. Every time I've seen him do an interview he looks uncomfortable.
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I agree with you.

On the field, Bridgewater seems to be very intelligent. He appears to be ahead of the curve in the mental aspects of the game. But off the field, he doesn't project the same image. To me, he looks nervous in front of cameras. Every time I've seen him do an interview he looks uncomfortable.
Yeah he comes across nervous and as if whatever swagger he has off the field is forced.
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