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Old 02-17-2014   #601
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I guess you could say not short, but not tall either. But I agree before the draft it seems like anything under 6'4 becomes a disadvantage or lack of advantage from which ever view point.
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UCF's Blake Bortles eager to prove he is best quarterback at NFL Combine

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/sport...,6000191.story

Bortles worked constantly to improve in every phase of a complex job, reading defenses, exploiting the strengths of his teammates and becoming the type of quarterback who could be trusted to win games, not just manage them. He was given more responsibility leading the offense — against SMU, he called a large percentage of plays in the second half at the line of scrimmage, for example — and was called upon to deliver for the Knights during the most critical of times.

No player stayed in the UCF football facility longer than Bortles, according to offensive coordinator Charlie Taaffe,

"I enjoy the whole process," Bortles said. "I enjoy going early, like me and Joey used to go to [the Wayne Densch Center] at 7 a.m. and stay there until 9 or 10 at night. I enjoy being in a place doing everything: practicing, watching film, getting treatment, meeting with people. I enjoy doing all that. Being able to go and do all the stuff I love to do every day."
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Didn't he win his conference championship?
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there is this misconception that Rodgers is short. He's not. Contrary to popular belief is closer to average height for an NFL QB.
http://nflcombineresults.com/playerpage.php?i=7240

6'2" around here is like Willow short bro.

You gotta be at least 6'5" otherwise you're going to have a short career because of injury, aren't you aware?

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6'2" around here is like Willow short bro.

You gotta be at least 6'5" otherwise you're going to have a short career because of injury, aren't you aware?
Are you just going for effect, or is this what you believe is being said here?

To me, it's just like arm strength. If a guy has a cannon, he gets a 10. If he's got deceptive arm strength, he gets a 9. If he can make all the throws, he gets an 8. If he's got touch (euphemism for noodle arm) he gets a 7.

If the guy is 6'5" or 6'6" he gets a 10. If he's 6'4" he gets a 9. If he's 6'3" he gets an 8. Below 6 '3" he gets a 7.

I'm not saying that a 6'0" or even a 5'8" guy can't QB in the NFL.... just that he's got to overcome something the 6'5" guy doesn't. That doesn't make the 6'5" guy the better guy. I'd take Aaron Murray over Logan Thomas any day of the week.

It's just part of the total grade.
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STRENGTHS Outstanding size, stature, bulk and athletic ability for the position. Stands tall in the pocket and delivers the ball in the face of heavy pressure. Keeps his eyes downfield while climbing the pocket. Good field vision and release point. Is efficient throwing on the run and excels on bootlegs and play-action passing. Good zip and accuracy on short-to-intermediate throws -- can fit the ball into tight windows. Nice touch to drop throws in the bucket -- delivers a catchable ball with fine anticipation. Senses pressure and evades the rush. Doesn’t take many unnecessary sacks. Can extend plays with his feet or tuck it and dash for the sticks when the pocket breaks. Surprising foot speed. Plays with confidence and poise. Engineered comeback victories, beat Penn State and Louisville on the road and took a mid-major program to a BCS bowl.

WEAKNESSES Could stand to hasten his setup and polish his footwork (deteriorates under duress). Could stand to shorten his release -- wraps the ball slightly at the beginning of his windup. Too much effort in his delivery to generate slightly above-average arm strength. Operated in an offense where he made a lot of one-look reads. Does not spin spirals consistently -- too many throws come out with loose wobble (could struggle to cut the wind in blustery conditions). Ordinary deep-ball thrower. Tends to throw off his back foot when pressured (affects accuracy). Works heavily out of the gun -- will have to adapt to snaps under center and deep drops. Operates a dink-and-dunk offense which inflates his completion percentage. Fumbled nine times as a junior and could improve ball handling/security. Play dropped off against Ohio State in 2012 and South Carolina in '13 and wiill require time to adjust to the closing speed of NFL defensive backs. Is just a two-year starter and can improve his understanding of the game.

NFL COMPARISON Ben Roethlisberger

BOTTOM LINE Big, athletic, ascending quarterback with enough arm talent and intangibles to develop into a franchise starter. Is not yet a finished product and scouts' opinions vary on his ceiling, but elements of Bortles’ skill set compare to some of the best in the game today, and his best football is ahead of him.
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Are you just going for effect, or is this what you believe is being said here?

To me, it's just like arm strength. If a guy has a cannon, he gets a 10. If he's got deceptive arm strength, he gets a 9. If he can make all the throws, he gets an 8. If he's got touch (euphemism for noodle arm) he gets a 7.
A guy with touch doesn't necessarily have a noodle arm.

Guys with noodle arms float everything.

Guys with touch, if they use it right, can zing the balls into narrow windows when they have to or they can float one when they have to.
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UCF QB Blake Bortles will throw at the scouting combine

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap200...Twitter_nfl_cb

Bortles says he’ll throw at Combine, media predictably approves

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...ably-approves/
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Thats good, we get to see him along with Bridgewater throw now. This whole, they need to wait until their pro day because of the "chemistry" IMO is overrated. In the NFL they wont always have chemistry with all their WRs, what if their team signs a free agent WR or their backups have to come in?.
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Thats good, we get to see him along with Bridgewater throw now. This whole, they need to wait until their pro day because of the "chemistry" IMO is overrated. In the NFL they wont always have chemistry with all their WRs, what if their team signs a free agent WR or their backups have to come in?.
will be good to have a direct comparison between the two. that being said the throwing part of the combine will play to bridge waters strengths more so.

Also we have to remember the combine is being played in shorts.
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For every QB who says they aren't throwing at the combine, I think they should drop them from the list of invitees & bring in a QB who will throw.... like Brett Smith.
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will be good to have a direct comparison between the two. that being said the throwing part of the combine will play to bridge waters strengths more so.

Also we have to remember the combine is being played in shorts.
When are they throwing? Sunday right?.

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For every QB who says they aren't throwing at the combine, I think they should drop them from the list of invitees & bring in a QB who will throw.... like Brett Smith.
That makes sense, mr hype Manziel wont be throwing so bring someone who wants to improve his draft stock in.

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Jorts, Mullets and watching Americas Funniest Videos before the internet made it easy to just google epic fails lol.
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When are they throwing? Sunday right?.



That makes sense, mr hype Manziel wont be throwing so bring someone who wants to improve his draft stock in.



Jorts, Mullets and watching Americas Funniest Videos before the internet made it easy to just google epic fails lol.
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I doubt that we will see him engineering a playoff run as a rookie, but he may show coaches, fans, media, etc enough to buy their patience.

Though he has a long way to go, especially from a mechanics standpoint, I'm convinced he's capable of stringing together some gutsy wins...

One thing that stood out while watching Bortles is that he is unflappable in pressure or big-game situations. Led several 4th Qtr comebacks.

Like Minnesota, a stable ground game could make things easier on Bortles' NFL transition & having a talented defense does not hurt either.

Whether or not you feel his talent warrants consideration with the 1st overall pick, Houston would be another good spot for Bortles. #Texans

...in a grueling division, expectations may be manageable for Bortles if he is wearing purple & gold. Gives Norv Turner a lot to work with.

Moving on, Minnesota might actually be the best spot for Blake Bortles. #Vikings have NFL's best running back and an improving WR group...

..that has endured so many QB failures over the last 15 years. I'd also rather Bortles had a reliable ground game to lean on.

..developmental guy like Bortles can afford to learn on the fly in Cleveland. Criticism will be swift and harsh from the fanbase & media...

I don't like Bortles in Cleveland. #Browns organization under some pressure to win and provide excitement for fans, I am not sure a...

As far as what the right landing spot for Blake Bortles may be, where he may be able to excel, I have a few ideas...

Bortles is a guy who may be able to show progress during the pre-draft process, which could be something that helps his stock a lot.

I am glad to hear Bortles will be throwing at the Combine and I am eager to see his mechanics, especially when throwing the deep ball.

He's one of those players that makes you consider not only where he is now, but where he could go with the right coaching. Very high ceiling

I haven't talked about Bortles for awhile, so I thought I might circle back around and hear some opinions on him while I spout off my own.

If there is one player in this draft class that appears to generate as many polarizing opinions as Johnny Manziel, it is UCF's Blake Bortles
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like every QB prospect this year, for every positive there is are question mark.

scouts and the FO are going to earn their money this off-season
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