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Old 12-27-2012, 11:03 AM  
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Today 12/27 Mel Kiper says.......

Mel says Mike Glennon will be the first QB taken in the 2013 draft and he could be picked in the top 10. He says alot of things could and will change as the draft approaches but as of right now he thinks the Chiefs should trade out of the top spot if they can and if they can't they should take Luke Joeckel with the first pick. He also say the Jaguars should trade down also but if they can't they should take a DE with their first pick.
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:29 PM   #91
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:30 PM   #92
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No kidding.

Matt Ryan, 5 months before the draft, was getting killed for being the #1 QB prospect that year.

It's comical that the most glaring need on this team and people want to entertain having Te'o or Star on this team. Another ****ing D lineman or inside backer that won't do an ounce of good when the offense can't score more than 10 points.

People are so ****ing scared to take a QB, but they'll invest the 4th top 10 DLine pick in 6 years and be perfectly content with that, when you can get 3-4 DE's (we already have the NT) in the 4th round or later.

Not only is the coaching staff, front office a pack of morons, 90% of this fanbase is too.

We have had several games this year where the defense held the other team to only a few TDs or less. That's pretty decent in today's NFL. Even decent to solid QB play might have won us a few more games this year.
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:33 PM   #93
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But here's the thing - Pest, is anything he said there inaccurate?

He's a big, strong-armed QB with bad feet that leaves the pocket too soon. He came up from a spread offense and needed to learn a lot at the NFL level.

Absolutely all of that was accurate. What he didn't get right was his belief that Gabbert would be able to overcome that. Frankly, I don't believe Gabbert had a prayer in JAX. That was an awful situation, especially for a kid that clearly needed a year or even 2 of study and preparation for this level.

Mayock wasn't wrong in his analysis, he was just wrong in how Gabbert developed. Can you really hold the fact that Jacksonville threw Gabbert to the wolves well before he was ready?

I like Mayock quite a bit.
I was going off of the fact that he said that Gabbert was the ONLY QB worthy of being taken in the top 5 that year.
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:36 PM   #94
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But here's the thing - Pest, is anything he said there inaccurate?

He's a big, strong-armed QB with bad feet that leaves the pocket too soon. He came up from a spread offense and needed to learn a lot at the NFL level.

Absolutely all of that was accurate. What he didn't get right was his belief that Gabbert would be able to overcome that. Frankly, I don't believe Gabbert had a prayer in JAX. That was an awful situation, especially for a kid that clearly needed a year or even 2 of study and preparation for this level.

Mayock wasn't wrong in his analysis, he was just wrong in how Gabbert developed. Can you really hold the fact that Jacksonville threw Gabbert to the wolves well before he was ready?

I like Mayock quite a bit.
Honestly the only reason anyone knows Mel Kiper's name is because he was the first guy doing this on TV. If he had to break into that job today, he'd get laughed off of the internet.

Now he just tries to stay conservative to keep his job. There are better draft guys on TV. Hell, you can find better guys on your average draft website, and I'm sure few of them have access to the film Kiper has.
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:37 PM   #95
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:38 PM   #96
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Draft analysis has moved well beyond this fossil. He's the Chris Berman of draft reporting.
Spot on.
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:41 PM   #97
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So Kiper's taken a check from Mike Osweiler's agent, then?
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:42 PM   #98
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I was going off of the fact that he said that Gabbert was the ONLY QB worthy of being taken in the top 5 that year.
Okay, let's say we spot him Newton, who I wasn't terribly fond of either. Was there any other QB that year worth taking that high?

Locker? Ponder? Dalton? In hindsight, Kaepernick is likely to be a very good one, but you're full of shit if you try to claim you were on board with taking him in the top 5.

I mean hell, look at how loaded the top of that draft was. Miller, Green, Peterson, Jones, Smith and Watt are all insanely good. Newton is clearly the only person that belongs in that class of players and even then, Miller, Green, Smith and Watt are arguably more valuable. And Mayock was hardly alone on not like Newton.

What I'm trying to say is that he really didn't miss by much, did he? He believed Gabbert could be developed to overcome shortcomings that he clearly identified - it didn't happen (and the Jags are at least partially responsible for that).

It wasn't a JaMarcus Russel will be the next Elway style ****up...
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:43 PM   #99
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Agreed

As a matter of fact, I would not be pissed if the Chiefs drafted QB with their first two picks.
Same here, its a bold move that could pay huge dividends... you can bet washington is thrilled to have not one, but two dynamic young players locked up.

That still leaves several picks, and of course theres always free agency to help shore up any troublesome areas.

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Old 12-27-2012, 01:15 PM   #104
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We have had several games this year where the defense held the other team to only a few TDs or less. That's pretty decent in today's NFL. Even decent to solid QB play might have won us a few more games this year.
I'd venture to say solid QB play would have won quite a few more games this season.

Cassel: 12 INT, 9 FUM
Quinn: 8 INT, 1 FUM

That's 30 TO's right there. Granted not all of them were their faults, but let's face it, it's amazing that they kept the games as close as they did considering that seemingly everytime the defense took the field it was either short or they were tired because the offense just went 3nOut for the 4th time that half.
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Old 12-27-2012, 01:19 PM   #105
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I'd venture to say solid QB play would have won quite a few more games this season.

Cassel: 12 INT, 9 FUM
Quinn: 8 INT, 1 FUM

That's 30 TO's right there. Granted not all of them were their faults, but let's face it, it's amazing that they kept the games as close as they did considering that seemingly everytime the defense took the field it was either short or they were tired because the offense just went 3nOut for the 4th time that half.
Yep, better draft Teo to shore up the D / dumbass Chiefs fans
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