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Old 01-11-2014   #921
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What's more likely; Teddy weighing 210lbs or Manziel being 6'1"?

We need a pre-combine poll hahaha
I think Teddy edging out 210 is possible, but Manziel is not 6"1, no way.
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Of course it does - but one of these 2 players will not be available at the draft.
That's not the question. All things being equal do you take the smaller Tb or the bigger one? You take the bigger frame. And you know if you read his post without biased that you take the bigger Tb. If you wanna argue Manziel is the better college player, cool I get it. That wasn't his point.

Maybe I'll rephrase his question a different way. Would you take a 6 foot 190 Manziel or the 6'3 210 lb Manziel? One of those players has questions attached to his stature and the other does not.
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What's more likely; Teddy weighing 210lbs or Manziel being 6'1"?

We need a pre-combine poll hahaha
What's funny, is that 210lbs is still underweight. All it does is show promise that the kid can still add more weight. It would mean all those games played in college, were under 210lbs. Because gaining weight was surely a goal for the combine.

6'3" 215lbs is the bottom end of prototypical. Maybe you think his abilities compensates for that 5 lbs. I'm not saying it does/doesn't, just throwing it out there.
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If he had been out at a game, even one quarter this season I would worry about his weight. But the kid is durable, never shown signs to be injury prone so I won't make an issue of it. What I will make an issue of is the gloves. Can he still throw the same with the gloves?. I know Kurt Warner rocked the gloves later in his career just wondering if Teddy will use them throughout his career.
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What's funny, is that 210lbs is still underweight. All it does is show promise that the kid can still add more weight. It would mean all those games played in college, were under 210lbs. Because gaining weight was surely a goal for the combine.

6'3" 215lbs is the bottom end of prototypical. Maybe you think his abilities compensates for that 5 lbs. I'm not saying it does/doesn't, just throwing it out there.
I think you're making good points all over this thread. But I also think that you're so scared of the size issue that you're overlooking several more important factors.
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Not surprising that Eric wouldn't endorse pocket passer. Have you seen his pass blocking?
Makes no sense ... much easier to protect for a pocket QB, rather than one running all over the place. Eric actually said he wouldn't want to play with Manziel because he would be a nightmare to block for, but thinks he is a better prospect than Bridgewater, as is Bortles in his opinion.

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I think you're making good points all over this thread. But I also think that you're so scared of the size issue that you're overlooking several more important factors.
I'm just throwing it out there. I've already said if he weighs in at 215 I want the Texans to draft him. If he weighs in at 210 & the Texans draft him, I'm "okay" with it. If he wieghs in under 210 & the Texans draft him at 1-1, I've got my "I told you so" ready.


6'3" 215lbs = prototypical = 1-1

6'3" 210lbs + high scores in intangibles = 1-1


6'3" <210 + high scores in intangibles does not.
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Makes no sense ... much easier to protect for a pocket QB, rather than one running all over the place. Eric actually said he wouldn't want to play with Manziel because the would be a nightmare to block for, but thinks he is a better prospect than Bridgewater, as is Bortles in his opinion.
Winston was not very good at pass blocking, regardless what he says. He faired well against power rushers.... but there really aren't many of those in the league. He struggled against speed/finesse rushers.... of whom there are a lot.
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I'm just throwing it out there. I've already said if he weighs in at 215 I want the Texans to draft him. If he weighs in at 210 & the Texans draft him, I'm "okay" with it. If he wieghs in under 210 & the Texans draft him at 1-1, I've got my "I told you so" ready.


6'3" 215lbs = prototypical = 1-1

6'3" 210lbs + high scores in intangibles = 1-1


6'3" <210 + high scores in intangibles does not.
Chances are very high that he will weigh 215 at the Combine. Folks will call him Fat Teddy. Fat Teddy is probably chowing down on 2000 calorie breakfast as I type this and you read this. Whatever time you read this Fat Teddy will likely be feasting on a 2000 calorie meal that is appropriate for the that time of day. Before this day is out he likely consumes another 8000 calories +. Given Fat Teddy still has 6 more weeks before the Combine (end of Feb) he can easily pack on 15 lbs of weight and muscle.

The weight is a lesser concern for me. 8 1/2" hands, short arms, a 50 MPH are items that could drop Fat Teddy out of the Top 10 or even Rd 1 for me. Same items would also apply to Bortles, Manziel and all QBs for that matter.
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Chances are very high that he will weigh 215 at the Combine. Folks will call him Fat Teddy. Fat Teddy is probably chowing down on 2000 calorie breakfast as I type this and you read this. Whatever time you read this Fat Teddy will likely be feasting on a 2000 calorie meal that is appropriate for the that time of day. Before this day is out he likely consumes another 8000 calories +. Given Fat Teddy still has 6 more weeks before the Combine (end of Feb) he can easily pack on 15 lbs of weight and muscle.
Then you understand why it would be a major red flag if he weighs in under 210.

I'm not saying I think he will. I want nothing more for the Texans to draft a prototypical franchise QB with intangibles.
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Chances are very high that he will weigh 215 at the Combine. Folks will call him Fat Teddy. Fat Teddy is probably chowing down on 2000 calorie breakfast as I type this and you read this. Whatever time you read this Fat Teddy will likely be feasting on a 2000 calorie meal that is appropriate for the that time of day. Before this day is out he likely consumes another 8000 calories +. Given Fat Teddy still has 6 more weeks before the Combine (end of Feb) he can easily pack on 15 lbs of weight and muscle.

The weight is a lesser concern for me. 8 1/2" hands, short arms, a 50 MPH are items that could drop Fat Teddy out of the Top 10 or even Rd 1 for me. Same items would also apply to Bortles, Manziel and all QBs for that matter.
How does adding all that weight affect him in the drills ?? This will be interesting to say the least.

Those small hands along with the way he has a tendency to hold the ball low really bug me .... potential to be a turnover machine.
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How does adding all that weight affect him in the drills ?? This will be interesting to say the least.

Those small hands along with the way he has a tendency to hold the ball low really bug me .... potential to be a turnover machine.
I've read somewhere that Teddy has big hands he just likes to wear gloves ... FWIW .

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Then you understand why it would be a major red flag if he weighs in under 210.

I'm not saying I think he will. I want nothing more for the Texans to draft a prototypical franchise QB with intangibles.
Good Point! If he's had 2 months to pack on the lbs and still weighs in underweight that is a cause for concern.
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Good Point! If he's had 2 months to pack on the lbs and still weighs in underweight that is a cause for concern.
What if he weighs 215 and runs a 4.6 as opposed to Bortles 4.85 ?
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What if he weighs 215 and runs a 4.6 as opposed to Bortles 4.85 ?
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What if he weighs 215 and runs a 4.6 as opposed to Bortles 4.85 ?
Since when does a QB's 40 time matter?
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Since when does a QB's 40 time matter?
It matters to any team that doesn't have Brady , Manning , or Brees .

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When you are counting on more than small space movement as part of their game.
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