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That's it. I posted the same thing twice, it shows in my posts, but not in the thread.

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Default Re: Clowney, then what?

I think Manziel or Bortles 1.1 and Tuitt 2.1 > Clowney or Donald and any 2nd round QB. Comment?
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Yes, very good question ! We need to get our fearless leader off the fence and
he needs to categorically tell us who he favors the Texans choosing with their 1.1 ?
I don't want to speak for cak as he will SURELY go out of his way to correct anyone he thinks is wrong , but I dont believe he's attacking the player...only the concept presented which suggests since Watt is a high effort player he can instill that in Clowney. EVERY team has high effort players and athletically gifted players who are lazy. If those effort players dont stop people from being lazy on other teams, why should it work here? Why would Watt who plays a different position then Clowney's here (de vs olb) be anymore effective then putting Clowney second string to an undrafted free agent who plays 100 miles an hour? I like Clowney and prefer us to draft him over one of the qb's , but I dont subscribe to the ideal of Watt's presence effecting Clowney's effort. Could it happen? Sure. But I wouldn't argue for one guy based on another players effort.
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Tells me what I need to know about the QB class when the QB Guru wants THE pass rusher.
If that rumor is true that is very interesting.
Although it bothers me just a bit that the GM's choice isn't to trade back a bit and get more picks.
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I don't want to speak for cak as he will SURELY go out of his way to correct anyone he thinks is wrong , but I dont believe he's attacking the player...only the concept presented which suggests since Watt is a high effort player he can instill that in Clowney. ... Could it happen? Sure. But I wouldn't argue for one guy based on another players effort.
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he needs to categorically tell us who he favors the Texans choosing with their 1.1 ?
Lost amongst your unabashed cheerleading you have missed that I don't think there is any clear #1 choice and there are about 6 options I see as being viable at #1. Unlike you, I can see that each of them has warts which is why there is no clear cut #1.
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Lost amongst your unabashed cheerleading you have missed that I don't think there is any clear #1 choice and there are about 6 options I see as being viable at #1. Unlike you, I can see that each of them has warts which is why there is no clear cut #1.
I think they all have warts too.

I wasn't meaning to call you out. I was just asking for if you were GM who would you pick at 1-1. The process is far enough along that you must have a favorite?

If my post offended you I apologize.
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I think they all have warts too.

I wasn't meaning to call you out. I was just asking for if you were GM who would you pick at 1-1. The process is far enough along that you must have a favorite?

If my post offended you I apologize.
See,that's it,the warts. Of all the prospects,I think Clowney has the biggest most glaring imo. We can say TB is slight,but productive. Bortles is prototype,but green. Manziel is the rockstar before he deserves to be. Robinson has the physical gift to be dominant,but he's a lineman. Mack ,small school,hard to read. Clowney ,of all,is the so called super athlete who don't play hard and don't play to his athleticism. To me,his warts are huge and almost makes him undraftable to me. Money on brings out the worse in players. Look at haynesworth as an example. His jr yr,by any excuse is inexcusable to me. I hope the texans don't ever go thru a season like last season,but it showed the true chracter of men. They played hard,didn't lay down despite the terrible season. Clowney,who people say was saving himself don't cut it with me. It tells me if the texans were having a bad season,he would lay down. That's called being a front runner and that's not good on any team.
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I think they all have warts too.

I wasn't meaning to call you out. I was just asking for if you were GM who would you pick at 1-1. The process is far enough along that you must have a favorite?

If my post offended you I apologize.
Not offended at all and no need for apologies.

If I was GM I'd have someone a lot more expert than me in evaluating QBs. I'd rank the big 3 - 1a TB, 1b Manziel (with wafer thin separation)* and then 3 Bortles. So, I'm tempted to flip a coin between TB and Watkins but if you snatched the coin out of the air I'd swing for the fence on getting a QB and take TB and then begin praying that surely the Texans can't have the 1.1 for the third time in a year with no decent starting QBs.

* Having OB as the HC makes me more favorable on both TB and Manziel than I might be with another HC. From what I can tell his personality seems well suited to dealing with their respective issues.

This decision is where OB earns some of the offensive/QB guru accolades he has already received. We'll see.
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See,that's it,the warts. Of all the prospects,I think Clowney has the biggest most glaring imo. We can say TB is slight,but productive. Bortles is prototype,but green. Manziel is the rockstar before he deserves to be. Robinson has the physical gift to be dominant,but he's a lineman. Mack ,small school,hard to read. Clowney ,of all,is the so called super athlete who don't play hard and don't play to his athleticism.
Is that just for LBs or does that apply to WRs, RBs, & QBs as well?
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Clowney interviews at his visit to the Jaguars:

http://www.jaguars.com/media-gallery...4-28c98da79462

Comes off as pretty fun-loving, easy going young man.


Clowney videobombs AJ McCarron during interview:

https://twitter.com/nfl/status/454386980319547392


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Apparently at least one NFC scouting director is convinced Clowney won't be giving the effort necessary to succeed in the NFL, though. He described Clowney as "spoiled" and "lazy," according to an nj.com report.

"He's never worked hard a day in his life, now all of a sudden you're going to give him a bunch of money and expect him to work hard. I don't see it," he said, per the report.

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“He’s spoiled, and he’s lazy,’’ the NFC personnel man said. “He’s never worked hard a day in his life, now all of a sudden you’re going to give him a bunch of money and expect him to work hard. I don’t see it.’’
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“Oh, he’s going to be a high pick,’’ the personnel man said. “Some team will fall in love with him. But wait and see, just wait and see. I just don’t think you can count on him. I’m betting the under on him.’’

The same personnel man isn’t crazy about any of the defensive linemen in this draft.

“It’s a bad year,’’ he said. “It’s the worst group I’ve seen in a long time.’’
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Maybe this scouting director works for the Rams, who hosted Clowney on a visit Friday, and this is his way of trying to dissuade the Texans from taking Clowney so he falls to St. Louis, which holds the No. 2 overall pick. We don't know what "the under" is on Clowney, but we suspect plenty of NFL teams would be willing to take him up on that bet and gamble on Clowney's potential greatness.

An NFC scout was quoted as saying in the same nj.com story that Clowney is "going to be a top pick and he's going to be worth it."
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Apparently at least one NFC scouting director is convinced Clowney won't be giving the effort necessary to succeed in the NFL, though. He described Clowney as "spoiled" and "lazy," according to an nj.com report.

"He's never worked hard a day in his life, now all of a sudden you're going to give him a bunch of money and expect him to work hard. I don't see it," he said, per the report.

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Maybe this scouting director works for the Rams, who hosted Clowney on a visit Friday, and this is his way of trying to dissuade the Texans from taking Clowney so he falls to St. Louis, which holds the No. 2 overall pick. We don't know what "the under" is on Clowney, but we suspect plenty of NFL teams would be willing to take him up on that bet and gamble on Clowney's potential greatness.

An NFC scout was quoted as saying in the same nj.com story that Clowney is "going to be a top pick and he's going to be worth it."
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Common knowledge. If that doesn't do it for you, I'd guess that his 13 years of working as a QB Coach qualifies him as a guru.
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Near as I can tell Clowney is the only player in this Draft that one or more teams might consider moving up for ? If that's the case and assuming the Texans would like the opportunity to entertain offers for their 1.1, shouldn't the Texans by all appearances/reports (including "leaks") have every intention of drafting Clowney ?
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Near as I can tell Clowney is the only player in this Draft that one or more teams might consider moving up for ? If that's the case and assuming the Texans would like the opportunity to entertain offers for their 1.1, shouldn't the Texans by all appearances/reports (including "leaks") have every intention of drafting Clowney ?
I don't think you show your hand one way or another. We need to seem like we want anyone that could possibly go 1.1.
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