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Slade
04-21-2012, 12:15 PM
Just watched Gruden's QB camp on this guy, and I think he will be a great pro. Behind Luck and Griffen, I like this guy...and we could get him in the 6th or 7th round.

Lestat
04-21-2012, 05:37 PM
i like him as a developmental QB, the history of Cougar QB's hurts his draft stock as does the system he came from but while i do like him as a developmental QB. there are 7-8 guys better suited for that role of understudy to Manning.

Slade
04-22-2012, 07:07 AM
...there are 7-8 guys better suited for that role of understudy to Manning.

Not saying this guy will be the next Brady, but people were saying the same thing then. This guy seems to have the drive to be great that many others "ahead" of him don't.

I agree with you that he does have a lot of things going against him, Houston QBs, college system, he is only 6'1", he tore his ACL a couple of years ago, only decent arm strength...but at the end of the day he was the most prolific passer in NCAA history.

It seems like once a player has enough talent to get to the pros, drive and heart is what seperates them and makes one shine.

peacepipe
04-22-2012, 08:02 AM
http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2012-02-26/case-keenum-disappoints-in-throwing-drills

pass. andre ware & dave klinger both were setting records at houston & both were busts. unfair comparison but houston has a bad track record with QBs.

Lestat
04-22-2012, 08:08 AM
Not saying this guy will be the next Brady, but people were saying the same thing then. This guy seems to have the drive to be great that many others "ahead" of him don't.

I agree with you that he does have a lot of things going against him, Houston QBs, college system, he is only 6'1", he tore his ACL a couple of years ago, only decent arm strength...but at the end of the day he was the most prolific passer in NCAA history.

It seems like once a player has enough talent to get to the pros, drive and heart is what seperates them and makes one shine.

talent separates them, work ethic and heart makes them shine.
there are a ton of guys in the NFL who work harder than the stars of the NFL but they don't possess the natural talent to allow the heart,desire,want & work ethic to overcome the talent deficiency.

ideally you have a great talent with great potential who wants to be the best and does everything they can to do so. those are the hall of famers that people never forget. but you can have guys with HOF everything else except base talent.

any player who makes it to the NFL is obviously good, only 1500 play in the NFL a year. but desire isn't enough, it can help a good talent become great, but it can't make a mediocre NFL level talent turn into a good or great player.

also people throw around Tom Brady's name too much when comparing late round QB's. Tom Brady was knocked because he was never the guy at Michigan, shared time with Drew Henson who everyone thought was a true franchise QB. he the body and athletic ability of a HS nerd.

what people failed to also note was that he came from a school with a pretty rich recent QB development history, he shared time with a guy who had he stayed in school would have been the Texans #1 pick instead of David Carr, he had a cannon for a arm and is smart as a whip.

uplink
04-22-2012, 09:07 AM
I hope the broncos can get him late, I think he'll be a player in the NFL.

Hamrob
04-22-2012, 09:24 AM
No thank you! This kid has too many red flags to take a chance on. 6'1" with a noodle arm. Yeah, the Pats got lucky with Brady, but at least he had prototypical size.

HorseHead
04-22-2012, 11:35 AM
rather have Cousins or Osweiler..

Lestat
04-22-2012, 12:03 PM
rather have Osweiler..

fixed that for you :yayaya:

houghtam
04-22-2012, 12:07 PM
Case Keenum = Kellen Moore = Timmy Chang = Kliff Kingsbury = Colt Brennan

No thanks.

Mile High Salute
04-22-2012, 04:12 PM
rather have Nick Foles..

Fixed it for you guys. Foles >>> Osweiler, and if the Broncos can get him in the late 4th or 5th (realistic possibility), he'd be a no-brainer.

barryr
04-23-2012, 07:32 PM
I think if Keenum could develop into a decent backup, that would be doing good. He just doesn't really have anything about him that says "starter" unless it was for a very bad team.

SoCalBronco
04-23-2012, 07:34 PM
Kimberly Keenum for all you pervs

I must admit, a sick **** like me has dreamed of hiding behind some bushes, knocking Kimberly in the bed while she is jogging by and then raping her

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http://www.holyturf.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Case-Keenums-wife.jpg

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Vacation time for Kimberly Keenum comments and also username.

enjolras
04-23-2012, 07:40 PM
http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2012-02-26/case-keenum-disappoints-in-throwing-drills

pass. andre ware & dave klinger both were setting records at houston & both were busts. unfair comparison but houston has a bad track record with QBs.

You can say that about any school really. Very few QB's make it in the NFL. The bust rate is going to be high for ANY school. Judge the player, not the school.

lolcopter
04-23-2012, 07:42 PM
She's gross you sicko

ward63
04-23-2012, 10:45 PM
Fixed it for you guys. Foles >>> Osweiler, and if the Broncos can get him in the late 4th or 5th (realistic possibility), he'd be a no-brainer.

I support this post

strafen
04-23-2012, 10:48 PM
Not saying this guy will be the next Brady, but people were saying the same thing then. This guy seems to have the drive to be great that many others "ahead" of him don't.

I agree with you that he does have a lot of things going against him, Houston QBs, college system, he is only 6'1", he tore his ACL a couple of years ago, only decent arm strength...but at the end of the day he was the most prolific passer in NCAA history.

It seems like once a player has enough talent to get to the pros, drive and heart is what seperates them and makes one shine.Right there, 6-1 is enough to not even spend any time talking about it...