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Old 04-27-2014   #1201
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A satirical post. Comical. Making fun of all the silly post being made and the ones yet to come in this extended draft season. I am sorry that you didn't seem to get it.
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A satirical post. Comical. Making fun of all the silly post being made and the ones yet to come in this extended draft season. I am sorry that you didn't seem to get it.
It is you that didn't get it. See my little Kitty?
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It is you that didn't get it. See my little Kitty?
Apparently, one thing is absolutely crystal clear, I have no idea what that silly little kitty means.
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Texans’ CB A.J. Bouye always thought Bortles was special
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But Bouye is also very confident Bortles will make a good pro. The first thing he mentioned when asked about Bortles was the quarterback’s smarts. He said Bortles is “strong, smart, competitive.” Bouye also said the Texans wouldn’t have to worry about anything off the field. He called his former teammate a “good character guy.”

According to Bouye, Bortles isn’t one for drama. He called him “laid-back” and said the quarterback was pretty quiet and just took care of business in practice and in games.

But what really impresses Bouye about Bortles is the way the quarterback handles himself on the field.

“You just watch him and practice and in games, he just has so much composure,” Bouye said. “He never gets panicked. He’s just smart. And then, his build on top of that. He’s big, his height. And he has speed for his size. And what we really liked to see was that he would compete, not just with the teams in our conference but the SEC, the Big 12. He’s not intimidated by anybody...
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I know you like Clowney, but I'm going to root for Bortles wherever he goes. He has this "counted out" aura about him that makes him work harder it seems being that he had to go to UCF. He had to really climb and carry that team and a lot of people are calling him overrated and not a first round pick type of guy, and I think that kind of stuff is going to make him a better pro as he'll remember that stuff for a long time. I could be wrong, but boy do I really hope that he ends up as a Texan.
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I know you like Clowney, but I'm going to root for Bortles...
I like them both, will root for both. Good kids.
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I like them both, will root for both. Good kids.
Bortles is most likely a JAG...... I'm not rooting for him.
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I know you like Clowney, but I'm going to root for Bortles wherever he goes. He has this "counted out" aura about him that makes him work harder it seems being that he had to go to UCF. He had to really climb and carry that team and a lot of people are calling him overrated and not a first round pick type of guy, and I think that kind of stuff is going to make him a better pro as he'll remember that stuff for a long time. I could be wrong, but boy do I really hope that he ends up as a Texan.
I like him, as well, and he's got the clutch factor. That is something a player either has or not. No teaching available to make someone cool under pressure, especially at the end of games.

I just hope one of our division opponents doesn't get him.
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NVM....... should have known, Play-offs posted it on the previous page.
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Cant say a 3 year project thrills me at all.

Gruden makes me laugh at how he made him say his name 5 times fast.

"Eliminate the fire" Mr. Bortles.
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http://www.nfl.com/labs/rr/cleanslat...nslate_bortles
As for the competition component, a simple question about the prospect of going No. 1 -- and going to work for O'Leary's old protégé, current Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien -- brings that out in spades.

"I wouldn't have left a year early if I wanted to go in the second round," Bortles says. "I wouldn't have left a year early if I thought I was gonna go 25th. I left early to be the No. 1 pick, no doubt about it. That's a goal. And on May 8, when I'm in New York City, I can sit there and say I've turned over every stone on this journey of mine, I've done all I can to be the first pick."

And if he's not?

If his path getting here is any guide, that wouldn't do much to knock him off course.

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And if he's not?
Then he is going to say what every player who gets passed on says, "IM GONNA MAKE THEM PAY!!!"
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University of Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles' high school and collegiate career

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Most have seen this, but if not...
Bortles vs Clowney

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Bortles vs Clowney

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Haven`t seen it till now, so thank you. I didn`t think either of them looked great in that clip. Bortles was inaccurate on some throws and made some really bad decisions. Plus the fumble was really bad.

Clowney got frustrated when he was double teamed. He definetly took some plays off. And he didn`t finish the sacks. But it was clear, that the other team was scheming against him and he still affected Bortles plenty. So overall I´d say he had the better game. Still, if he wants to live up to his "legacy" he needs to fight through double teams, don`t take plays off and finish with sacks. I think Crennel and Watt can teach him that.

Bortles reminds me more and more of Locker - which is not necessarily a bad thing. He needs to be more accurate and cut out the wtf throws. But he definetly doesn`t look like a potential #1 pick to me. Top 10, maybe - though I´d be more comfortable to take him at the end of the round. I really like, that he can step it up a notch when the game is on the line, and of course he has ideal size.
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Haven`t seen it till now, so thank you. I didn`t think either of them looked great in that clip. Bortles was inaccurate on some throws and made some really bad decisions. Plus the fumble was really bad.

Clowney got frustrated when he was double teamed. He definetly took some plays off. And he didn`t finish the sacks. But it was clear, that the other team was scheming against him and he still affected Bortles plenty. So overall I´d say he had the better game. Still, if he wants to live up to his "legacy" he needs to fight through double teams, don`t take plays off and finish with sacks. I think Crennel and Watt can teach him that.

Bortles reminds me more and more of Locker - which is not necessarily a bad thing. He needs to be more accurate and cut out the wtf throws. But he definitely doesn't look like a potential #1 pick to me. Top 10, maybe - though I´d be more comfortable to take him at the end of the round. I really like, that he can step it up a notch when the game is on the line, and of course he has ideal size.
For me I was impressed with Bortles pocket presence and how well he avoided Clowney on several occasions. Locker never completed 60% of his passes, Locker's TD to INT ratio was atrocious and Locker's QB rating was considerably less than Bortles. I agree with some of your observations about Bortles. However when you consider the timing of his career and put things in perspective you expect some of the these mistakes from such a young QB. The USC game came very early in his second year as a starter. Bortles was a much better QB as the year progressed. If he had returned for his Senior year as a 3 year starter he would be even better and clearly the #1 QB in the 2015 draft and discussed in much the same way Andrew Luck was.
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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.
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For me I was impressed with Bortles pocket presence and how well he avoided Clowney on several occasions. Locker never completed 60% of his passes, Locker's TD to INT ratio was atrocious and Locker's QB rating was considerably less than Bortles. I agree with some of your observations about Bortles. However when you consider the timing of his career and put things in perspective you expect some of the these mistakes from such a young QB. The USC game came very early in his second year as a starter. Bortles was a much better QB as the year progressed. If he had returned for his Senior year as a 3 year starter he would be even better and clearly the #1 QB in the 2015 draft and discussed in much the same way Andrew Luck was.
Yeah, his pocket presence was really good. Similar to Manning it`s mostly small steps that really took the defender out of the equation. And I didn´t mean the Locker comparison in a bad way. Both are real good runners with strong arms, that have some problems with accuracy and decision making. Like bah007 said, a well coached Locker could be a real good QB.

The thing about Bortles is: he has all the tools and you like his ability to step up when the game is on the line. But he still has so much to learn when it comes to accuracy and decision making. Bortles really should sit 1 season behind a veteran. He could turn out to be a great QB, but he definetly is still a good way away from that.
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The tight end was pretty much assigned to double Clowney all game. That being said Clowney was definitely taking plays off which concerns me. Say what you will about not wanting to get hurt, etc., but I just don’t like that attitude in any athlete and attitude is not easy to coach.

Bortles made some mistakes and poor decisions, but what NFL quarterback (including the Bradys, Mannings, etc.) hasn’t on any given Sunday. Also this game was early in the season against the #6 team (at the time) in the country. Bortles has a ways to go, but I would love to see what O'Brien could do with him.
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I agree, he is intruiging. Like I said, he has all the tools and prototypical size. He is tough to bring down, he is a good runner, he has a good arm, he can evade pressure and he plays best when the game is on the line. I think every QB coach would like to work with a guy like that, because they are probably sure, that they can turn him into a star. He has that potential.

But he has a huge bust potential as well. No, Manning doesn´t do the kind of mistakes Bortles does in this game (not that Bortles has to be on Mannings level yet). Some throws were really bad decisions, other throws were really inaccurate (and I am not talking about long balls). Those things are coachable - but those are things that have to improve for him to have any kind of career. The way he played in that game, he would`ve been killed in the NFL.

Like I said, Bortles should sit his first year - he just still has a lot to learn. Boom or bust player.
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