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Old 08-18-2011, 11:50 AM  
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Old 08-28-2013, 06:32 PM   #61
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Old 08-28-2013, 09:05 PM   #62
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JFC. Hype around a QB because he had some preseason success and because his coaches said nice things about him.

You guys will be really disappointed when he has defenses that actually know how to stop his legs and that throw confusing defensive looks at him.
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Old 08-28-2013, 09:19 PM   #63
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They need to stop ****ing around and just make him a WR already.
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Old 08-28-2013, 09:23 PM   #64
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Old 08-29-2013, 02:45 AM   #65
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Old 08-29-2013, 02:52 AM   #66
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Old 08-29-2013, 02:53 AM   #67
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Old 08-29-2013, 03:54 AM   #71
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Damn dude, so you made up this complete lie about him:

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The guy doesn't have the work ethic or intelligence to know the game mentally. ... That's not coach able.
which is directly refuted by his quarterbacks coach:

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"Pryor received rave reviews from quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo after last week's rookie minicamp.

"The first thing is, everybody knows how hard he's working," DeFilippo told Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. "He's going to give himself a chance to be a good player in this league, because of his work ethic. He and I are in communication every day. He's a gym rat here in this building. He loves being here, loves talking football, loves being around, playing the game. He's getting better everyday. "
which in turn contradicts what you said earlier:

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I haven't spoken badly about any osu player. I call it like it is.
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JFC. Hype around a QB because he had some preseason success and because his coaches said nice things about him.

You guys will be really disappointed when he has defenses that actually know how to stop his legs and that throw confusing defensive looks at him.
Hahaha, tell us more about this Pryor, oh wise, not-at-all bitter-hypocritical-and-manipulative one
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Old 08-29-2013, 05:57 AM   #73
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You're basing everything on a compliment a QBs coach made about his guy. Because QB coaches have a history of saying bad things about their players. I'm actually not sure why I said I never spoke badly about OSU players. I can't remember the last OSU player I pimped out. I don't think any recently.

I will say this. It does look like he fixed his mechanics. Good for him. Maybe he has changed his behavior. Good for him. But sorry, when it comes to attitude adjustments, I've been consistently tough on players. I've been critical of Bray's attitude too and have laughed at Chiefs' fans who claim he's a changed man because coaches have talked nicely about him. So let's not pretend I'm talking about a double standard.

Pryor looked very, very sharp against Chicago. But I need to see more to believe it. What I saw in OSU is he couldn't read defenses, stared down his first read, had a knack for mind-numbingly bad decisions especially when he starts throwing on the run or tries to make cross-body throws or make the impossible happen, he tends to take off at the first sign of duress, and he was an absolute mechanical nightmare when moving around and I sense that will come out once defenses start throwing things at him. And when things go bad, and in the NFL, things can get frustratingly bad real quick... is he going to be the spoiled, pouty guy he was at OSU? We'll see. For now, I say "yes."

If he figures it out, yes, he could be a scary player. Defenses will eventually scheme him. To me, that's when we figure out if Pryor has changed. For now, good for him for earning a starting job. But it's going to take more than preseason games against 2nd and 3rd team defenses to prove he's changed.


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which is directly refuted by his quarterbacks coach:



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And now you've decided us to set us straight about what's really going to happen:



Hahaha, tell us more about this Pryor, oh wise, not-at-all bitter-hypocritical-and-manipulative one
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Old 08-29-2013, 06:51 AM   #74
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You're basing everything on a compliment a QBs coach made about his guy. Because QB coaches have a history of saying bad things about their players. I'm actually not sure why I said I never spoke badly about OSU players. I can't remember the last OSU player I pimped out. I don't think any recently.

I will say this. It does look like he fixed his mechanics. Good for him. Maybe he has changed his behavior. Good for him. But sorry, when it comes to attitude adjustments, I've been consistently tough on players. I've been critical of Bray's attitude too and have laughed at Chiefs' fans who claim he's a changed man because coaches have talked nicely about him. So let's not pretend I'm talking about a double standard.

Pryor looked very, very sharp against Chicago. But I need to see more to believe it. What I saw in OSU is he couldn't read defenses, stared down his first read, had a knack for mind-numbingly bad decisions especially when he starts throwing on the run or tries to make cross-body throws or make the impossible happen, he tends to take off at the first sign of duress, and he was an absolute mechanical nightmare when moving around and I sense that will come out once defenses start throwing things at him. And when things go bad, and in the NFL, things can get frustratingly bad real quick... is he going to be the spoiled, pouty guy he was at OSU? We'll see. For now, I say "yes."

If he figures it out, yes, he could be a scary player. Defenses will eventually scheme him. To me, that's when we figure out if Pryor has changed. For now, good for him for earning a starting job. But it's going to take more than preseason games against 2nd and 3rd team defenses to prove he's changed.
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Old 08-29-2013, 09:09 AM   #75
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You're basing everything on a compliment a QBs coach made about his guy. Because QB coaches have a history of saying bad things about their players. I'm actually not sure why I said I never spoke badly about OSU players. I can't remember the last OSU player I pimped out. I don't think any recently.

I will say this. It does look like he fixed his mechanics. Good for him. Maybe he has changed his behavior. Good for him. But sorry, when it comes to attitude adjustments, I've been consistently tough on players. I've been critical of Bray's attitude too and have laughed at Chiefs' fans who claim he's a changed man because coaches have talked nicely about him. So let's not pretend I'm talking about a double standard.

Pryor looked very, very sharp against Chicago. But I need to see more to believe it. What I saw in OSU is he couldn't read defenses, stared down his first read, had a knack for mind-numbingly bad decisions especially when he starts throwing on the run or tries to make cross-body throws or make the impossible happen, he tends to take off at the first sign of duress, and he was an absolute mechanical nightmare when moving around and I sense that will come out once defenses start throwing things at him. And when things go bad, and in the NFL, things can get frustratingly bad real quick... is he going to be the spoiled, pouty guy he was at OSU? We'll see. For now, I say "yes."

If he figures it out, yes, he could be a scary player. Defenses will eventually scheme him. To me, that's when we figure out if Pryor has changed. For now, good for him for earning a starting job. But it's going to take more than preseason games against 2nd and 3rd team defenses to prove he's changed.
Well, no, that was just the first thing that came up when I googled terrelle pryor and work ethic. I've heard that said repeatedly about him that he's a hard worker. And you have to admit, that's not a cursory "player x is a solid prospect for us." The guy goes out of his way to praise him and the work he's doing. Also, just looked at it again, and that praise was from last year.

From this year:

"During the offseason, Pryor took it upon himself to keep improving by hiring three personal QB coaches to help him work on his mechanics. Included in the trio was Tom House, a former pitcher turned QB throwing coach who has worked with many NFL quarterbacks, including Tom Brady."

And from a Bill Williamson article on espn: Allen said Pryor is one of the teamís hardest workers and that his work ethic has exceeded Allen's expectations.

As for the rest of your response, now you're talking. Before that, I was starting to wonder if you were just parroting some hackneyed stereotype bullshit about black quarterback = dumb and lazy. Didn't get to see him much in OSU so all I know is that he won a lot and then had a scandal. I think his interception in the first preseason game came from a cross-body throw through like you mentioned so that'll be interesting to see if that's just a bad habit he needs to break.

I fully expect him to struggle, but I think he'll be exciting as hell to watch just from what I've seen so far. Definitely pulling for him now and hoping Bray can turn out similarly.
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