Originally Posted by notorious
I am not going to go one way or another until the combine is done.
What could possibly happen at the combine, that is told to the media, that would make an ounce of difference? It's almost guaranteed that the top guys aren't gonna throw (top guys never do) and it's not like Genos 40 time matters AT ALL for him as a prospect.
For quarterbacks, the important part of the combine is the interviews and the content of those interviews are kept under lock and key.
I expect Geno to run a 4.7 40, but if he runs a 4.9 or even a 5flat, it wouldn't effect my opinion of him very much because I already know that he values his abilities as a passer far more than his ability to move the chains as a runner. That alone should allow him to have a sustained career that is very productive.