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Old 06-11-2013, 02:55 PM   #1
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Osweiler said. "Now I'm not going to say I've perfected that, because I haven't by any means. But it definitely has helped me out a lot of the time, as far as quickening up my reads, understanding where the ball needs to go, understanding the protections -- am I hot this time? Is there a sight adjustment? -- where last year, at times, everything was a million miles per hour. So things have definitely slowed down. Things make a little more sense, which in turn has just allowed me to play like I can."
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With all the hype the guy is getting I expect him to tear it up in preseason.
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If this guy pans out, the 2012 QB draft class is going to reach epic hype.
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If this guy pans out, the 2012 QB draft class is going to reach epic hype.
i honestly believe that if he truly is listening to Peyton and Elway and putting in the work, he will be the best of the class.
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i honestly believe that if he truly is listening to Peyton and Elway and putting in the work, he will be the best of the class.
I read somewhere that he's improved his footwork and release point. I think the next thing his going to have to work on is his eyes. Being so tall everybody will be able to read his eyes.
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I read somewhere that he's improved his footwork and release point. I think the next thing his going to have to work on is his eyes. Being so tall everybody will be able to read his eyes.
I really don't think a couple inches of height make much difference to defensive backs 15 yards down the field
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i honestly believe that if he truly is listening to Peyton and Elway and putting in the work, he will be the best of the class.
Woah there... I seem him outperforming Tannehil and Wheeden.

Russel Wilson is a possibility.

But Luck and Griffin are going to be very good for very long. I'd be thrilled if Oz comes in 3rd.
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I really don't think a couple inches of height make much difference to defensive backs 15 yards down the field
Well, if you're a safety setting in the zone reading the QB, it makes the difference.
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Woah there... I seem him outperforming Tannehil and Wheeden.

Russel Wilson is a possibility.

But Luck and Griffin are going to be very good for very long. I'd be thrilled if Oz comes in 3rd.
Luck is a good player who was one of the most NFL ready QBs in awhile, but while he is far more ready now, i don't think he has as high of a ceiling as Osweiler does. Add in, look at Osweiler's instructors. I like Griffin, but his greatest asset as a player is also his biggest weakness. His mobility and running are going to shorten and damage his career if he doesn't learn to avoid taking hits. Wilson is hard for me to peg. on the one hand he had a good year, but on the other was a large part of that due to teams focusing on Lynch who had a monster year and the D helping him with short fields a lot.

I believe Osweiler is a little raw, but has drool worthy measurables, strong arm, good accuracy, good athleticism, a great attitude, a desire to learn, and the best circumstances for learning of any QB in NFL history. In 5 years, i believe he will be the cream of the crop of the 2012 QB class.
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Luck is a good player who was one of the most NFL ready QBs in awhile, but while he is far more ready now, i don't think he has as high of a ceiling as Osweiler does. Add in, look at Osweiler's instructors. I like Griffin, but his greatest asset as a player is also his biggest weakness. His mobility and running are going to shorten and damage his career if he doesn't learn to avoid taking hits. Wilson is hard for me to peg. on the one hand he had a good year, but on the other was a large part of that due to teams focusing on Lynch who had a monster year and the D helping him with short fields a lot.

I believe Osweiler is a little raw, but has drool worthy measurables, strong arm, good accuracy, good athleticism, a great attitude, a desire to learn, and the best circumstances for learning of any QB in NFL history. In 5 years, i believe he will be the cream of the crop of the 2012 QB class.
The same can be said for a certain other QB the Broncos drafted in the first round whose name escapes me at the moment.

Also... Luck has similar measurables, is quicker on his feet, and is one of the smartest players to enter the NFL in recent years. The thought that Oz will ever surpass Luck is laughable.

That said, under different circumstances, like retaining his junior year coach, Ozzy easily goes top 10, maybe top 5 in 2013... and I think he definitely is worth the effort to try and mold into a franchise player.
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The same can be said for a certain other QB the Broncos drafted in the first round whose name escapes me at the moment.

Also... Luck has similar measurables, is quicker on his feet, and is one of the smartest players to enter the NFL in recent years. The thought that Oz will ever surpass Luck is laughable.

That said, under different circumstances, like retaining his junior year coach, Ozzy easily goes top 10, maybe top 5 in 2013... and I think he definitely is worth the effort to try and mold into a franchise player.
just wait and see. Luck will be good, probably even elite, Os will be as good or better.

and if you are talking about Tebow as the QB that can fill the same description for what i said about Os, you're right aside from the strong arm and accuracy or the desire to learn. anyone can defend Tebow about never getting a fair shake at playing, but realistically he hasn't put forth the work to get better and improve his weaknesses as a player. he says he wants to be a QB only and that the NFL is his biggest dream, but he is doing nothing to show that.

Os is going to be the real deal.
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