It’s a 5 year bet and the difference is 10 catches, 33 yards & a bigger 8 TDs. A decent lead, but not astronomical and I like Jeudy’s chances of a leap when the Broncos get a functional QB.Lastly, clown posters will say just about anything to discredit me after losing a bet that completely blew up in their face.
Love him but he'd require too much draft capital. Unless of course he (or any of these guys) is considered a slam-dunk QB of the future prospect, in which case they'll spend that capital. Will be interesting.. I tend to think Mac is a great fit for us (ducks), but Wilson is #2 on my list after TL.QB Zach Wilson from BYU needs to be looked at by the Saints scouting department.
My lack of humility?It’s a 5 year bet and the difference is 10 catches, 33 yards & a bigger 8 TDs. A decent lead, but not astronomical and I like Jeudy’s chances of a leap when the Broncos get a functional QB.
That is not why I clown your posts. I am fine losing a friendly and competitive, fun bet. The attacking you do when someone doesn’t share your sentiment loses you so much favor, not just with me. Anyone on this board that enjoys the draft process will grow tired of your condescending nature and lack of humility.
So you honestly think you are better than NFL scouts? You are acting like a gambler who comes home bragging about winning $100 on the slots while ignoring the $500 you lost earlier.The same scouting team who whiffed on Allen Robinson and Davante Adams the year before making the Thomas pick even necessary in the first place? Lol.
Don't forget they traded up for Cooks when I was all for just staying at #27 and double-dipping at wr in 2014.
Oh and dont forget the whiffs on Claypool and Metcalf.
A lot may change once the "experts" pick apart his game at the combines and workouts (if allowed). I have read some that question his arm strength. He appears to have enough arm strength to get the job done. There is usually a lot of skepticism around Alabama QBs as they have a lot of advantages many other QBs do not have in the way of protection and weapons as well as typically large leads in games with less pressure.I don't consider myself anything else than a fan watching the game, so this is just an opinion.
I think there are things that we know and that we don't know about Mac Jones.
What we know:
- Jones have the smarts, he is really good reading the field, and has the patience to wait until the ideal route gets open.
- He is very accurate, both in short and deep routes.
- He already is moving safeties with his eyes.
- He is not a scrambler, but has enough mobility to scape.
- He is patient, spent time learning on the bench during Tua's time.
- Obviously, he is coachable and we saw some progress in his game during the year.
Here are things we don't know:
- We don't know how Jones will perform with constant pressure, specially coming from the middle. To be honest, he had all the time in the world to make those throws.
- Najee and the receivers are a ridiculous unit. We don't know how he will perform with a subpar unit surrounding him (and that is not his fault).
- We don't know much about his leadership skills. In Alabama, that is always Saban's job.
I really like him. I will be happy if we take him. But I cannot say if he is the best candidate to replace Drew, or the cost it will take to draft him.
I don't think a player should be blamed or diminish because of the strength of the team he played with. If this was the case, then Justin Fields and Trevor Lawrence should have the same question marks.A lot may change once the "experts" pick apart his game at the combines and workouts (if allowed). I have read some that question his arm strength. He appears to have enough arm strength to get the job done. There is usually a lot of skepticism around Alabama QBs as they have a lot of advantages many other QBs do not have in the way of protection and weapons as well as typically large leads in games with less pressure.
I don't. Dude lit it up this year and the Chargers would be in the playoffs if the team hadn't let him down. I didn't see that coming. He came in and played like a seasoned vet on a not-great team. The Chargers have a bright future if they get the right coaching staff and scouts in place.Did you feel Herbert was even like Herbert in San Diego when he was at Oregon? Be honest.
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