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I didn't think he would be good coming out and he hasn't been. One of Quinn's many blunders. He's too small to overpower anyone and isn't such an elite athlete that he will blow by folks.
 

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I don't care if this guy is a total bust, that was one of my favorite draft moments of all time. To see a guy come out on stage and show so much emotion for his grandma was beautiful. Don't hate on the guy for that. Whatever of his career after that is irrelevant. Honestly, I still wouldn't mind the saints bringing him in. he was drafted on the talent, maybe he just needs the right situation.
 
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I don't care if this guy is a total bust, that was one of my favorite draft moments of all time. To see a guy come out on stage and show so much emotion for his grandma was beautiful. Don't hate on the guy for that. Whatever of his career after that is irrelevant. Honestly, I still wouldn't mind the saints bringing him in. he was drafted on the talent, maybe he just needs the right situation.
I really liked Takk in the predraft process (as a football player). But the more I read the more I was concerned. He gave off odd vibes at UCLA. Then the NFL combine came around. And he was just awful. He couldn’t follow basic instructions at the combine. It gave me real concerns that he may have a learning disability. I have loved ones with learning disabilities. I love caring for those with mental illness...they are a blessing. But I also know what it takes to succeed in the NFL, and I knows then and there that the would struggle in the NFL.

The draft day speech came along and it all but confirmed my concerns. He loved his Grandma...and I’m really happy he lived his dream. But boy I’m a glad the Saints didn’t draft him...and he was probably #1 on my list of wants to start the draft process.
 

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I don't care if this guy is a total bust, that was one of my favorite draft moments of all time. To see a guy come out on stage and show so much emotion for his grandma was beautiful. Don't hate on the guy for that. Whatever of his career after that is irrelevant. Honestly, I still wouldn't mind the saints bringing him in. he was drafted on the talent, maybe he just needs the right situation.
His Grandma would have snatch by the ear and whupped his butt.
 

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I didn't think he would be good coming out and he hasn't been. One of Quinn's many blunders. He's too small to overpower anyone and isn't such an elite athlete that he will blow by folks.
hes the same size as people like TJ Watt, has some of the longest arms at 35” which is crazy, and he’s blazing fast with 4.59 speed. His issues are mental, not physical.
 

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He had that one prime time game where he looked amazing.
 

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