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Old 09-15-2012, 10:19 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 01-25-2013, 09:58 PM   #1666
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It is only stupid drafting a QB at #34 if you know the top 3-4 QB's are going off the board early. If you get a feeling that teams aren't going to reach for a QB early in the draft, your very likely going to find one of the top 3 guys at the start of the 2nd round. Once you reach past the Jets, there isn't another team in the first round that needs a QB.

That is why early draft talk varies so much about the QB's. Most supposed draft experts don't deem this class to have a top 10 overall QB in it. So they would assume anyone that takes a QB at the beginning of the draft is reaching out of desperation and going away from their board. If what they are saying is correct, the best QB's will still be there as a whole at the beginning of the 2nd round. I know it isn't a popular thought process on this board or any Chiefs board in general but that is the scout community talk.
So you think Barkely, Wilson or Smith will be there at 34? I'll be my house none of them are.
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:11 PM   #1667
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Sam Bradford 1, Cam Newton 1, Matthew Stafford 1, Matt Ryan 3, Mark Sanchez 5, Ryan Tannehill 8, Jake Locker 8, Blaine Gabbert 10, Christian Ponder 12, Josh Freeman 17, Joe Flacco 18, Brandon Weedon 22, Tim Tebow 25

13 players from the last 5 years not named Griffin or Luck who were still, somehow, amazingingly, 1st round picks.

It will be the same this year, too. None of the names on that list were any prettier-looking at this point than Smith or Wilson or anybody else in this class. "Perfect" prospects are incredibly rare.

The league knows that. Eventually draft "experts" will figure it out, too.
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:22 PM   #1668
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Tyler Wilson impresses at Senior Bowl

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Old 01-25-2013, 10:29 PM   #1669
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I can't find it but I saw someone post a quote from some dumbass analyst today who said geno was the best QB option for Reid because he loves to thorw it down the field.

That's biggest bunch of horsehit I heard today and was my favorite post. Whoever wrote that BS must be like 21 years old or something. Reid had receivers like Hank Basket, freddie Mitchell, James Thrash, and Reggie Brown for the most part.

None of them were especailly fast or downfield threats! He really didn't throw downfield consistently until he started Vick.

Reid is smart. He is the king of tayloring his offense to the players he has.

Do you really think he will throw it down the feild here? We don't have a guy that can get open down the field. We have no speed guys like Jackson or Maclin.

All I am saying is this whole down field passing thing is absolute bullshit.

Wilson is still the best fit imo.
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:35 PM   #1670
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I can't find it but I saw someone post a quote from some dumbass analyst today who said geno was the best QB option for Reid because he loves to thorw it down the field.

That's biggest bunch of horsehit I heard today and was my favorite post. Whoever wrote that BS must be like 21 years old or something. Reid had receivers like Hank Basket, freddie Mitchell, James Thrash, and Reggie Brown for the most part.

None of them were especailly fast or downfield threats! He really didn't throw downfield consistently until he started Vick.

Reid is smart. He is the king of tayloring his offense to the players he has.

Do you really think he will throw it down the feild here? We don't have a guy that can get open down the field. We have no speed guys like Jackson or Maclin.

All I am saying is this whole down field passing thing is absolute bullshit.

Wilson is still the best fit imo.


As if it couldn't be more obvious that you don't actually watch football.

Donovan McNabb has a career YPA of almost 7, had 3 seasons above EIGHT, and led the league in YPA in one season.
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:36 PM   #1671
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:45 PM   #1672
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Geno to Bowe would be similar to McNabb to Owens.
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:56 PM   #1673
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As if it couldn't be more obvious that you don't actually watch football.

Donovan McNabb has a career YPA of almost 7, had 3 seasons above EIGHT, and led the league in YPA in one season.

Two words....

Brian Westbrook

You are consumed by stats...
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:58 PM   #1674
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:59 PM   #1675
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Two words....

Brian Westbrook

You are consumed by stats...
So much for having me on ignore, huh?

And I actually watch the games.

Despite the fact that they had, and used Bryant Westbrook, the Philadelphia Eagles threw the ball deep A LOT.

I would tell you to shut up but every time you post, you dig yourself a bigger hole. I'm not even sure why you like talking about football so much - you obviously know nothing about the subject.
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Old 01-25-2013, 11:39 PM   #1676
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Pass Thrown Behind Line of Scrimmage 48 55 360 87.3 6.55 34 3 0 0 112.1 0 0 0.0 0 0

Pass Thrown 1-10 yds
189 265 1,782 71.3 6.73 59 11 3 0 98.7 0 0 0.0 0 0

Pass Thrown 11-20 yds 37 78 658 47.4 8.44 51 7 3 0 90.7 0 0 0.0 0 0

Pass Thrown 21-30 yds 9 24 237 37.5 9.88 42 4 1 0 96.7 0 0 0.0 0 0

Pass Thrown 31-40 yds 7 19 305 36.8 16.05 65 3 1 0 102.5 0 0 0.0 0 0

Pass Thrown 41+ yds 10 28 533 35.7 19.04 80 3 0 0 119.6 0 0 0.0 0 0


Sorry about the formatting...these are the breakdowns of McNabbs throws of how far the all traveled in the airthese are Donovan Mcnabbs splits from 2004.
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Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson didn’t have his best outing. He struggled in the red zone mostly with throwing passes behind his pass catchers. One target for Mychal Rivera was heavily underthrown and intercepted by Nico Johnson even. His best pass came to ex-teammate Cobi Hamilton on a fade where Hamilton highpointed the ball.
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Geno to Baldwin would also be similar to McNabb to Freddie Mitchell
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Old 01-26-2013, 07:32 AM   #1679
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Top Performers By Position

Quarterback: Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
The Senior Bowl week was supposed to be the week where the six Quarterbacks invited started to distinguish from each other and fall into place. That surely wasn’t the case and I’m not sure how much more scouts and evaluators know now that they didn’t when they came in. As they were when they entered the week, many of them leave rated closely together. The top performer of the week in my opinion was Arkansas’ Tyler Wilson. Wilson was the most accurate and consistent performer on the south squad. He showed good command of the offense, above average athleticism for the position and a better delivery than he had during the season. Wilson was able to anticipate routes and throw his receivers open while the others took more time to adjust to their new receivers. While Wilson’s arm-strength wasn’t “great” he certainly showed that it is strong enough to make all the throws.

Overall, I just thought Wilson had the cleanest overall week, with the fewest mistakes and mental errors. After speaking with all six QB’s for a decent amount of time this week, I felt Wilson was probably the sharpest with his knowledge of what he can and can’t do at this point. There’s also something to be said for his gunslinger mentality, which helped him out in new surroundings this week. As far as a draft range, it’s likely he worked his way back into the first round mix. Personally, I would have a tough time pulling the trigger on any of these six QBs in round one. But, all it takes is one team and with so many QB needy teams, one probably will.
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Just crazy how you could read stuff from 6 guys and it seems like all 6 were at a different Senior Bowl.
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