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Old 09-15-2012, 09:19 PM  
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***Official Draft Tyler Wilson Thread****

...might as well get this started early.

Perhaps his injury well allow him to slip to the middle of the of the 1st round,..where we tend to draft.




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Old 12-18-2012, 07:48 PM   #496
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Tyler Wilson's ceiling is Jay Cutler right, which is very good BTW?
It could/should be a lot higher than Jay Cutler.

Also, he doesn't have Jay Cutler's pouty bitch pussy attitude.
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Old 12-18-2012, 07:48 PM   #497
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Tyler Wilson's ceiling is Jay Cutler right, which is very good BTW?
arm is not as strong which gets him in trouble at times, more like Warner with Trent's mobility pre-knee injury
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Wilson does force the ball sometimes but with his shit team can you really blame him. This kid has that competitive fire and no one wants to win more than him. I honestly think he will be the best quarterback coming out of this draft.
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Old 12-18-2012, 08:46 PM   #499
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It could/should be a lot higher than Jay Cutler.

Also, he doesn't have Jay Cutler's pouty bitch pussy attitude.
Yeah, I'd say more of a Bretty Favre/Steve Young type attitude.
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Wilson does force the ball sometimes but with his shit team can you really blame him. This kid has that competitive fire and no one wants to win more than him. I honestly think he will be the best quarterback coming out of this draft.
After watching more and more of the footage that's available to the average fan, I'm starting to think the same thing.
I'm on board with Geno, but something about him is setting of alarms in my head, but what do I know.
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After watching more and more of the footage that's available to the average fan, I'm starting to think the same thing.
I'm on board with Geno, but something about him is setting of alarms in my head, but what do I know.
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Foxsports has him going #14 to the Jets...and the Chiefs getting Joeckel

1. Kansas City Chiefs: Luke Joeckel, Offensive tackle, Texas A&M*

The Chiefs are due for a change at the quarterback position, thatís for sure. Iím just not sure that quarterback is in this draft. Make no mistake about it ó thereís no Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III in this 2013 draft class. There may not be a Ryan Tannehill, Nick Foles, Brock Osweiler, Brandon Weeden or Russell Wilson, either. Iíll get clobbered for this and so might their front office, but I think Kansas City is better off acquiring a veteran quarterback (Alex Smith or Matt Flynn, perhaps) than rolling the dice on a rookie quarterback whoís unworthy of the top overall selection for the sake of drafting one. Joeckel ó not even ranked in the top 10 of some other mock drafts ó is one of the most promising offensive tackle prospects Iíve seen in the past five years. Very athletic. Nimble. He was fantastic in Mike Shermanís scheme and even better in Kliff Kingsburyís. This may not inspire the fan base, but itís a franchise cornerstone.



14. New York Jets: Tyler Wilson, Quarterback, Arkansas

Iíve been one of the many in the media insisting that the Jets wouldnít eat the guaranteed $8 million Mark Sanchez is owed next season, but after Monday nightís five-turnover performance, I just donít know how they keep him around for another year. Sanchez has regressed every year heís been a pro, the Jets have gotten worse and the situation is altogether too toxic. New York starts anew, and with Smith and Glennon off the board, they shock the Radio City Music Hall crowd by passing on Barkley (another USC product) and grabbing Wilson, the 6-foot-2 quarterback out of Arkansas. After a huge 2011, Wilson made an Arkansas program that was reduced to rubble following Bobby Petrinoís dismissal somewhat respectable. Heís been through the fires and heís come out on top. Heís also got a heck of an arm. This may be viewed with head-scratching in NYC, but Wilson could be the perfect fit for New York.
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Old 12-19-2012, 02:14 PM   #503
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Everybody needs to stop re-posting this garbage from Pete ****ing Schrager.

Take a look at some of his "best" work. Even Russ ****ing Lande can beat this schlock. And this is just the top 10 picks, the rest of his first round is WORSE.

EDIT: This was his FEBRUARY version that year. So all the bowl games had been played.

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FIRST ROUND

1. St. Louis Rams -- Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska: Hey, no one was exactly blown away by the start of the Keith Null Era in St. Louis. The sixth-round rookie gunslinger out of West Texas A&M (college quarterbacks coach? Ryan Leaf. I wish I was kidding.) did little to inspire the masses in his four starts at quarterback for the Rams at the end of St. Louis's abysmal 1-15 2009 campaign. But I just don't see GM Billy Devaney and coach Steve Spagnuolo letting "The Boy Named Suh" slide by them. For as bad as the Rams offense was in '09, the defense was probably worse. Suh has been compared favorably to just about every great DT in the past 20 years, most commonly Warren Sapp and Haloti Ngata. For as tempting as Jimmy Clausen or Sam Bradford might be for the quarterback-starved Rams, Suh's the pick. They'll get their quarterback later on. More on that in a bit.

2. Detroit Lions -- Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma: The Lions D improved from their epically awful 2008 season in '09, but the unit was still among the league's worst. Prepare for this over the next 2-3 months: draftniks and armchair analysts breaking down the pros and cons of Nebraska's Suh and Oklahoma's McCoy, side-by-side-by-side like slabs of meat. Suh's the safe bet, but McCoy may have the greater NFL upside. Detroit will pair him with rising second-year talent Sammie Lee Hill and re-work Jim Schwartz's ailing defense from the inside out.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Eric Berry, S, Tennessee: A safety drafted third overall? It's rare, but it's been done before. The Browns drafted Eric Turner No. 2 overall in 1991 and Detroit took Bennie Blades No. 3 overall in 1988. Add Eric Berry to that esteemed and exclusive list of safeties taken in the top three. He's that good. In Tampa, look for Berry to play the safety position like a centerfielder ... who also happens to play shortstop, second base, catcher and first base. He'll be everywhere. With bone-breaking tackling ability and an uncanny ability to turn interceptions into six points, he's a little bit Troy Polamalu mixed with some Ed Reed. Not a bad cocktail, huh?
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Who is the best franchise QB in the draft?Jimmy Clausen, Notre DameSam Bradford, OklahomaColt McCoy, TexasTim Tebow, FloridaNone of the above

4. Washington Redskins -- Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame: Contrary to popular belief, Mike Shanahan doesn't have a long and storied history of plucking and grooming first-round quarterbacks. He inherited John Elway, drafted Brian Griese in the third round, and picked up Jake Plummer via Free Agency. Jay Cutler was Shanahan's first and only first-round quarterback selection in Denver.

That said, I can't see the new head man in Washington passing on a talent like Jimmy Clausen at No. 4 overall. You've got to think Jason Campbell's days in D.C. are done and it's time for a new "face of the franchise". Insert Clausen. Let Shanahan groom the golden armed golden domer, and flourish under the newly worked Redskins offense. With young receivers Malcolm Kelly and Devin Thomas picking it up toward the end of their second seasons, there are actually some weapons for Clausen to work with. Exciting times in D.C. Kinda.

5. Kansas City Chiefs -- Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers: Kansas City's O-line is still a work in progress, and although Oklahoma State's Russell Okung may be the "safer" bet at OT, Davis has unlimited potential. A stud in high school in New Jersey and a mauling presence on the left side of the Rutgers offensive line for the past three seasons, Davis developed into one of the country's top underclassmen in '09. He's more than an imposing presence; at 6-6, 330 lbs -- he's a monster. After a few dominant individual workouts, I look for Davis to leapfrog Okung on draft day boards and end up in Chiefs red. They'll move Branden Albert back to his natural position (guard) or to right tackle and give Davis the keys to Matt Cassel's blind side.

6. Seattle Seahawks -- Taylor Mays, S, USC: After three All-American, Pac-10 championship seasons at USC, Mays battled injuries during a down senior campaign and slipped on mock drafts across the Internet in '09. And though some assume Mays struggled because he didn't have the Cushing, Maualuga and Mathews trio in front of him this season, I can't see Pete Carroll letting him slide past Seattle's pick at No. 6. There's talk of the Seahawks drafting a quarterback here, and either Sam Bradford or Jimmy Clausen could be available, but I see Carroll snagging his old defensive stalwart, teaming him with 2009 first-round pick Aaron Curry, and giving the all-of-the-sudden old and creaky Seahawks defense an extreme makeover up the middle.

7. Cleveland Browns -- Joe Haden, CB, Florida: Haden may very well be the top corner to enter the league since Darrelle Revis left Pitt early in '07. In 2009, he held big-name SEC wideouts Brandon LaFell, Julio Jones and A.J. Green all but catchless. Watching him blanket highly touted Cincinnati wide receivers Mardy Gilyard and Armon Binns in the Sugar Bowl served as a clinic on how to play the position. The Browns have decent young corners in Eric Wright and Brandon McDonald, but neither is the game-changing potential All-Pros that Haden is.

8. Oakland Raiders -- Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State: Forget Tom Cruise scaling a moving locomotive. Want the real Mission Impossible? Trying to crawl inside Al Davis's head and accurately guessing how he'll spend a top 10 pick. A wise choice would be taking Russell Okung, an All-American left tackle out of Oklahoma State. Tom Cable would love a prized O-lineman to groom. Then again, who knows if Tom Cable will even be the coach in '10?

9. Buffalo Bills -- Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma: Been here, done that, right, Bills fans? Long searching for the next great quarterback of Western N.Y. -- whether it be Rob Johnson, J.P. Losman or Trent Edwards -- the Bills take another shot at a potential quarterback of the future in Bradford. I'm told his shoulder should be fully healed by Draft Day. We'll know for sure after a few individual workouts. If both Clausen and Bradford are gone, look for Buffalo to scoop up an offensive tackle.

10. Jacksonville Jaguars* -- Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama: Everyone and their mother has the Jaguars grabbing Tim Tebow with this pick, selling his jersey by the millions and suddenly filling the home stadium with invigorated Tim Tebow-crazed Jaguar fans. Um, this isn't minor-league football, here. I guess it's a plausible scenario (the Jaguars roster is already loaded with ex-Gators), but I don't see Jacksonville spending top 10 money on another quarterback when David Garrard's already been given big bucks and is doing just fine under center.
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Old 12-19-2012, 02:19 PM   #504
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Everybody needs to stop re-posting this garbage from Pete ****ing Schrager.

Take a look at some of his "best" work. Even Russ ****ing Lande can beat this schlock. And this is just the top 10 picks, the rest of his first round is WORSE.

EDIT: This was his FEBRUARY version that year. So all the bowl games had been played.
This. That was the worst ****ing garbage committed to print evar. Completely lost me at the first sentence.

Dumbass is dumb.
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Wilson does force the ball sometimes but with his shit team can you really blame him. This kid has that competitive fire and no one wants to win more than him. I honestly think he will be the best quarterback coming out of this draft.




Watched several of Arkansas games last year, Wilson's pretty good much better than Barkley.
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Foxsports has him going #14 to the Jets...and the Chiefs getting Joeckel

1. Kansas City Chiefs: Luke Joeckel, Offensive tackle, Texas A&M*

The Chiefs are due for a change at the quarterback position, thatís for sure. Iím just not sure that quarterback is in this draft. Make no mistake about it ó thereís no Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III in this 2013 draft class. There may not be a Ryan Tannehill, Nick Foles, Brock Osweiler, Brandon Weeden or Russell Wilson, either. Iíll get clobbered for this and so might their front office, but I think Kansas City is better off acquiring a veteran quarterback (Alex Smith or Matt Flynn, perhaps) than rolling the dice on a rookie quarterback whoís unworthy of the top overall selection for the sake of drafting one. Joeckel ó not even ranked in the top 10 of some other mock drafts ó is one of the most promising offensive tackle prospects Iíve seen in the past five years. Very athletic. Nimble. He was fantastic in Mike Shermanís scheme and even better in Kliff Kingsburyís. This may not inspire the fan base, but itís a franchise cornerstone.



14. New York Jets: Tyler Wilson, Quarterback, Arkansas

Iíve been one of the many in the media insisting that the Jets wouldnít eat the guaranteed $8 million Mark Sanchez is owed next season, but after Monday nightís five-turnover performance, I just donít know how they keep him around for another year. Sanchez has regressed every year heís been a pro, the Jets have gotten worse and the situation is altogether too toxic. New York starts anew, and with Smith and Glennon off the board, they shock the Radio City Music Hall crowd by passing on Barkley (another USC product) and grabbing Wilson, the 6-foot-2 quarterback out of Arkansas. After a huge 2011, Wilson made an Arkansas program that was reduced to rubble following Bobby Petrinoís dismissal somewhat respectable. Heís been through the fires and heís come out on top. Heís also got a heck of an arm. This may be viewed with head-scratching in NYC, but Wilson could be the perfect fit for New York.

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Tyler Wilson is the best QB in this draft IMO. I really think that this kid can separate himself as the clear #1 guy next month.

If he's having a 2.5:1 TD/INT ratio and completing 63% of his passes with the shit he's had at Arkansas, he should be able to impress the hell out of people at the Senior Bowl with an NFL coaching staff and a level playing field.
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Hmmmmm......

2006 Draft:

1) Vince Young
2) Matt Leinart
3) Jay Cutler
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Dude, comparing Tyler Wilson to Jay Cutler is just as much of an insult as comparing Geno Smith to Vince Young. If the Bears had any common sense they would look to upgrade from Cutler ASAP.
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