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Old 07-15-2014, 04:13 PM   #7326
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Broncos scared and intimidated by the Seattle D according to Wagner.
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Old 07-15-2014, 05:24 PM   #7327
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Broncos scared and intimidated by the Seattle D according to Wagner.
I think week 1 preseason might be a tad more grittier than an ordinary ps opened. keep talking Seattle
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Old 07-19-2014, 04:34 PM   #7328
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Old 07-20-2014, 12:51 PM   #7329
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Old 07-21-2014, 10:54 AM   #7330
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PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus failed a conditioning test after reporting to training camp last week.

It's the latest setback for Dareus, who was arrested twice this offseason and could face an NFL-imposed suspension.
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Old 07-21-2014, 10:57 AM   #7331
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I know Von has had his share of issues, but man am I glad we didn't draft Dareus.
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Old 07-21-2014, 07:03 PM   #7332
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Old 07-21-2014, 07:12 PM   #7333
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I know Von has had his share of issues, but man am I glad we didn't draft Dareus.
Walter footballs scouting report. Pretty good on noting there could be motivation issues.

Summary: Marcell Dareus might wind up being the best defensive lineman in a draft crop littered with top talent. Coming out of Nick Saban's 3-4 defense, he is ready for the NFL although he only started four games in 2009 and was suspended for two in 2010 so he is light on experience. His family life has been hard and teams will have to be sure he is still motivated to work hard after getting paidAssuming he clears that hurdle, teams can either use him as a 3-4 end or possibly a nose tackle.
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Old 07-21-2014, 09:39 PM   #7334
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Walter footballs scouting report. Pretty good on noting there could be motivation issues.

Summary: Marcell Dareus might wind up being the best defensive lineman in a draft crop littered with top talent. Coming out of Nick Saban's 3-4 defense, he is ready for the NFL although he only started four games in 2009 and was suspended for two in 2010 so he is light on experience. His family life has been hard and teams will have to be sure he is still motivated to work hard after getting paidAssuming he clears that hurdle, teams can either use him as a 3-4 end or possibly a nose tackle.
Considering the amount of players the Tide produces for the NFL, they do not always adjust to well to the NFL..
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Old 07-21-2014, 09:51 PM   #7335
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When will this guy realize "ITS NOT YOUR MUSCLES!" He needs to just practice throwing. Period. I mean look at 50 cent throwing a baseball. Everybody thought "Oh he's got muscles. He can throw a ball." No! You want to be a good thrower? Throw!
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Old 07-21-2014, 09:58 PM   #7336
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i still think Tebow killed any chance he had of making it as an NFL quarterback by bulking up his upper too much, especially his arms.
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i still think Tebow killed any chance he had of making it as an NFL quarterback by bulking up his upper too much, especially his arms.
Tebow was a great college QB.. but most people who watched him that were SEC fans knew he would be lacking in the NFL..He could run the ball pretty well but he needed a big seam down the middle..kind of like Rothesenburger however you spell it..smile..except Ben is a lot bigger and a lot harder to take down..same thing is going to happen to Manizel..he's a scrambler but these NFL men are going to eat him for lunch..I do think Manizel is a more accurate passer then Tebow was..
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Old 07-22-2014, 06:56 AM   #7339
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When will this guy realize "ITS NOT YOUR MUSCLES!" He needs to just practice throwing. Period. I mean look at 50 cent throwing a baseball. Everybody thought "Oh he's got muscles. He can throw a ball." No! You want to be a good thrower? Throw!
It has nothing to do with practicing throwing. He's done that quite a bit as well. It's his ability (or lack of) to read and process a defense effectively.
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Old 07-22-2014, 06:59 AM   #7340
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Tebow was a great college QB.. but most people who watched him that were SEC fans knew he would be lacking in the NFL..He could run the ball pretty well but he needed a big seam down the middle..kind of like Rothesenburger however you spell it..smile..except Ben is a lot bigger and a lot harder to take down..same thing is going to happen to Manizel..he's a scrambler but these NFL men are going to eat him for lunch..I do think Manizel is a more accurate passer then Tebow was..
This isn't true. Tebow threw quite a few different patterns. He threw for 88 TD's against 16 interceptions for his career. And those weren't just a bunch of seam and post routes - especially in the red zone. The problem was his reads were pre-designed so he always knew where to look when it was a designed throw. He had one read and if it was there he could dump it or run. FWIW Tebow has a higher QB rating than Manziel.
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It has nothing to do with practicing throwing. He's done that quite a bit as well. It's his ability (or lack of) to read and process a defense effectively.
Bingo! The dude ain't got it upstairs. Tough break.
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More proof that he ain't got it upstairs.
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Tony Dungy would of left Sam looking for work vs having him on his team.

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Old 07-22-2014, 12:16 PM   #7345
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This isn't true. Tebow threw quite a few different patterns. He threw for 88 TD's against 16 interceptions for his career. And those weren't just a bunch of seam and post routes - especially in the red zone. The problem was his reads were pre-designed so he always knew where to look when it was a designed throw. He had one read and if it was there he could dump it or run. FWIW Tebow has a higher QB rating than Manziel.
Agreed. Most of his problems start with his lack of ability upstairs. I'll also say that all the alterations to his motion made him a much less accurate QB
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Old 07-22-2014, 01:35 PM   #7346
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Agreed. Most of his problems start with his lack of ability upstairs. I'll also say that all the alterations to his motion made him a much less accurate QB
Given his $$ and his physique he really is the prototypical guy that should let the little head do ALL the thinking. I mean ALL of it. He'd be MUCH happier that way.
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This isn't true. Tebow threw quite a few different patterns. He threw for 88 TD's against 16 interceptions for his career. And those weren't just a bunch of seam and post routes - especially in the red zone. The problem was his reads were pre-designed so he always knew where to look when it was a designed throw. He had one read and if it was there he could dump it or run. FWIW Tebow has a higher QB rating than Manziel.
Dude..I will give you credit for most of the stuff you say..but I am an SEC girl..okay routes seams either way..I watched Tebow enough to know that he was going to blow in the NFL..in fact I made a few dollars on the bets I had..Dooney and Burke thanks him..
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What's funny in hind sight is after interviewing Tebow McD said he was the most knowledgeable collage QB he had ever talked with. Fast forward two years and he is out of the league mainly because he could not read defenses, that and he sucked at throwing the ball.
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Given his $$ and his physique he really is the prototypical guy that should let the little head do ALL the thinking. I mean ALL of it. He'd be MUCH happier that way.
There's something really annoying to me about one person telling another person how to be happy.
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What's funny in hind sight is after interviewing Tebow McD said he was the most knowledgeable collage QB he had ever talked with. Fast forward two years and he is out of the league mainly because he could not read defenses, that and he sucked at throwing the ball.
guess Tebow would make a great politician..sounds like he knows what he is talking about but when it comes down to executing its a big fail..
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