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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 01-26-2013, 08:47 AM   #1696
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Dwayne Bowe and TO are about one inch and 10 pounds different, and maybe Owens was .05 seconds faster in the 40.

You're talking out your ****ing ass once again.

It's a great comparison.
Forget that.

Bob hates Bowe because he drops passes.

Yet he couldn't hold Owens jock.

Guess what Owens struggled with his ENTIRE CAREER?



He obviously doesn't watch football.
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Old 01-26-2013, 08:48 AM   #1697
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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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Old 01-26-2013, 09:26 AM   #1698
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Forget that.

Bob hates Bowe because he drops passes.

Yet he couldn't hold Owens jock.

Guess what Owens struggled with his ENTIRE CAREER?



He obviously doesn't watch football.
I'm really starting to believe he is mentally disabled.

No person with a fully functioning brain could be totally wrong 92 percent of the time.
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Old 01-26-2013, 09:31 AM   #1699
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...he could be an ace level troll, but I don't think he's that bright.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:14 AM   #1700
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I think he mixes his trolling in with a little truth. It's gotta be that.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:20 AM   #1701
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I think he mixes his trolling in with a little truth. It's gotta be that.
I don't believe this.

He's a dumbass
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:27 AM   #1702
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:32 AM   #1703
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Dwayne Bowe and TO are about one inch and 10 pounds different, and maybe Owens was .05 seconds faster in the 40.

You're talking out your ****ing ass once again.

It's a great comparison.
Cmon man....comparing Bowe to Owens?
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:27 AM   #1704
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Eagles ranking in pass attempts over 20 yards:

2008 - 5th (68)
2009 - 2nd (72)
2010 - 2nd (85)
2011 - 3rd (81)
2012 - 11th (68)

YOU ARE THE BULLSHIT.
Again, you can't just pick and choose stats. Like I said, Reid taylors his offense to the players he has. When he has speed guys like Owens, Jackson, and Maclin the YPA goes up. When he had Westbrook, the YPA went up.

You guys don't know what in the hell you are talking about. Over most of his career Reid wasn't throwing it down the field.

1999 – Pederson YPA 5.6 – Leading Receivers Torrence Small & Charles Johnson
2000 – McNabb YPA 5.9 – Leading Receivers Charles Johnson & Chad Lewis
2001 – McNabb YPA 6.6 - Leading Receivers James Thrash & Todd Pinkston
2002 – McNabb YPA 6.3 – Leading Receivers James Thrash & Todd Pinkston
2003 – McNabb YPA 6.7 – Leading receivers James Thrash & Brian Westbrook
2004 – McNabb YPA 8.3 - Leading Receivers Terrell Owens & Brian Westbrook
2005 – McNabb YPA 7.0 - Leading Receivers LJ Smith & Brian Westbrook
2006 – McNabb YPA 8.4 - Leading Receivers Brian Westbrook & LJ Smith
2007 – McNabb YPA 7.0 – Leading Receivers Brian Westbrook & Kevin Curtis
2008 – McNabb YPA 6.9 – Leading Receiver Desean Jackson & Brian Westbrook
2009 – McNabb YPA 8.0 – Leading receiver Brent Celek & Desean Jackson
2010 – Vick YPA 8.1 – Leading Receivers Lesean McCoy & Jeremy Maclin
2011 – Vick YPA 7.8 – Leading Receivers Jeremy Maclin & Brent Celek
2012 – Vick YPA 6.7 _Leading Receivers Jeremy Maclin & Brent Celek

http://www.nfl.com/teams/statistics?...HI&seasonType=

This whole argument about Geno being a "perfect fit" for Reid's system because Reid loves to throw it down the field is absolute horseshit. Reid is smart enough to do whatever he needs to do. He doesn't force his offense on players like Haley did. His offense is extremely flexible.

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Cmon man....comparing Bowe to Owens?
Kirk Cousins is a similar QB to Tom Brady. So is Ricky Stanzi.

However, Kirk Cousins and Ricky Stanzi are nowhere NEAR the QB that Tom Brady is.

There's a difference between Cousins IS Brady and Cousins IS SIMILAR TO Brady.

The the actual ability difference between Owens and Bowe isn't as huge as the gap between Brady and the QBs I just mentioned. But even so, Bowe absolutely is a SIMILAR player to Owens.
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Again, you can't just pick and choose stats. Like I said, Reid taylors his offense to the players he has. When he has speed guys like Owens, Jackson, and Maclin the YPA goes up. When he had Westbrook, the YPA went up.

You guys don't know what in the hell you are talking about. Over most of his career Reid wasn't throwing it down the field.

1999 – Pederson YPA 5.6 – Leading Receivers Torrence Small & Charles Johnson
2000 – McNabb YPA 5.9 – Leading Receivers Charles Johnson & Chad Lewis
2001 – McNabb YPA 6.6 - Leading Receivers James Thrash & Todd Pinkston
2002 – McNabb YPA 6.3 – Leading Receivers James Thrash & Todd Pinkston
2003 – McNabb YPA 6.7 – Leading receivers James Thrash & Brian Westbrook
2004 – McNabb YPA 8.3 - Leading Receivers Terrell Owens & Brian Westbrook
2005 – McNabb YPA 7.0 - Leading Receivers LJ Smith & Brian Westbrook
2006 – McNabb YPA 8.4 - Leading Receivers Brian Westbrook & LJ Smith
2007 – McNabb YPA 7.0 – Leading Receivers Brian Westbrook & Kevin Curtis
2008 – McNabb YPA 6.9 – Leading Receiver Desean Jackson & Brian Westbrook
2009 – McNabb YPA 8.0 – Leading receiver Brent Celek & Desean Jackson
2010 – Vick YPA 8.1 – Leading Receivers Lesean McCoy & Jeremy Maclin
2011 – Vick YPA 7.8 – Leading Receivers Jeremy Maclin & Brent Celek
2012 – Vick YPA 6.7 _Leading Receivers Jeremy Maclin & Brent Celek

http://www.nfl.com/teams/statistics?...HI&seasonType=

This whole argument about Geno being a "perfect fit" for Reid's system because Reid loves to throw it down the field is absolute horseshit. Reid is smart enough to do whatever he needs to do. He doesn't force his offense on players like Haley did. His offense is extremely flexible.
You do realize that this has nothing to do with the other?


Of course you don't.

You're a ****ing moron.
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:45 AM   #1707
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Yeah, when literally everybody is telling me I'm wrong, I usually ignore them, too. I'm just that smart.
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Cmon man....comparing Bowe to Owens?
Bowe has more catches thru 6 season than Owens did.
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