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Old 04-05-2013, 08:21 AM  
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QBs falling?

With the QB carousel that has taken place this past week, most teams appear to have at minimum a stop gap QB for at least one season. This could allow some talented QBs to fall.

I'm beginning to hope that the chiefs are able to trade Albert for a late 2nd rounder and take EJ Manuel. He is the most physically gifted QB in this draft. He is big & athletic with a great arm and technique. He throws well in shorts but has not performed well in games. He seems to have the necessary drive that could help him develop. He can sit and learn.

What non Geno QB do you like, what round and why?
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Old 04-13-2013, 07:03 PM   #16
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Matt Scott's pro day was really impressive. His 20 yard shuttle and 3 cone are faster than some DBs.
03/16/2013 - 2013 Arizona Pro Day: Question marks still remain with Scott, specifically about his size. He was measured at 6'2", which is typically undersized for an NFL quarterback. His weight, which has gone up to 212 pounds, is also an injury concern for teams. "I feel like it's kind of irrelevant, but teams look at it as a big question mark when it comes to durability in games," Scott said. "It's pretty big just putting the weight on."
With the success of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson last season- a smaller player in his own right- Scott has a chance to still make a dent in the NFL. UA head coach Rich Rodriguez, who's coached in more than 215 collegiate games, said Scott has one of the strongest arms that he's ever coached or competed against. According to Buckner, that ability was on display at the Pro Day. Buckner said his former quarterback looked better than ever and that his passes were "whistling like a NERF ball."

In Scott's only full season with Arizona he threw for 3620 yards, 27 touchdowns, 14 interceptions and a 60.3 percent completion percentage. He led the Wildcats to an 8-5 record and a Gildan New Mexico Bowl victory over Nevada. With everything put together, Scott has a chance to be a steal in the upcoming draft, Whitfield said. "He's not going to be the front-runner, headline guy," he said. "But, some team is going to have a toast after they get him." - Kyle Johnson, Arizona Daily Wildcat

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/p...412/matt-scott
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I'm beginning to hope that the chiefs are able to trade Albert for a late 2nd rounder
Why the **** would anybody want to do that?
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Seriously people need to reassess their opinion of alberts value. He is worth more than a second. Would you trade albert for barrett jones straight up? I wouldn't and I like him more than most.
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Seriously people need to reassess their opinion of alberts value. He is worth more than a second. Would you trade albert for barrett jones straight up? I wouldn't and I like him more than most.


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Old 04-14-2013, 08:16 AM   #20
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Seriously people need to reassess their opinion of alberts value. He is worth more than a second. Would you trade albert for barrett jones straight up? I wouldn't and I like him more than most.
Value has a lot more to do with $$$ than people realize. Look at the Boldin trade. A 6th rounder? Player value is rated heavily by how much they can perform above their contract price.
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