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Old 01-17-2013, 09:07 PM  
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:29 PM   #301
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Why didn't Ryan Tannehill or RGIII play in the Senior Bowl?
RG3 wasn't eligible. Red shirt Jr bullshit rule. Tannehill had a broken foot.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:30 PM   #302
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What is "Because they were projected as 1st rounders Alex"?
Prior to the Senior Bowl, RG3 was being projected in the 10th pick range.

He skipped the Senior Bowl.

And yet he went #2 overall. How did that happen?

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Old 01-21-2013, 02:31 PM   #303
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Prior to the Senior Bowl, RG3 was being projected in the 10th pick range.

He skipped the Senior Bowl.

And yet he went #2 overall. How did that happen?

He would'a been #1 if he'd gone!

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Old 01-21-2013, 02:31 PM   #304
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Prior to the Senior Bowl, RG3 was being projected in the 10th pick range.

He skipped the Senior Bowl.

And yet he went #2 overall. How did that happen?

Do you think Geno has the potential that RGIII did?
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:32 PM   #305
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Do you think Geno has the potential that RGIII does?
That's like asking if Kaepernick has the potential of Tom Brady. They are just 2 different animals.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:33 PM   #306
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Prior to the Senior Bowl, RG3 was being projected in the 10th pick range.

He skipped the Senior Bowl.

And yet he went #2 overall. How did that happen?

RG3 didn't skip the Senior Bowl. JFC do people not remember last year?

http://www.redskinshogheaven.com/201...-prevails.html
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:35 PM   #307
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RG3 didn't skip the Senior Bowl. JFC do people not remember last year?

http://www.redskinshogheaven.com/201...-prevails.html
He wasn't eligible to play.

The result is the same - he didn't play.

Yet his stock went UP.

He did the impossible!
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hey guys, mayock said all 3 years of Geno's game tape evaporated when he didn't show up to the senior bowl....

meanwhile, without a real snap having been played since the end of the season, we know that [insert name here] is rising up mayock's 'behaves as i command' list....

meanwhile Geno participates in a drive by....
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What is "Because they were projected as 1st rounders Alex"?
In that case, Tyler Wilson should not be playing in this game.
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Do you think Geno has the potential that RGIII did?
To be a dynamic playmaker? No.

To contribute to a championship winning team? Yes.

To be able to get through a 16-game season and play for more than 6-7 years? ABSO-****ING-LUTELY.
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Do you think Geno has the potential that RGIII did?
Absolutely, as a pocket passer, yes.

He does not have Griffin's open field speed or agility, but he's every bit as polished a player as Griffin was between the tackles (and between the ears).

And that's no slant on Griffin. That part of his game is still undervalued to this day. Everybody loves the running. But he's got the tools to be a great pocket QB.

Geno is I think very similar in terms of the variety of throws he can make, his sense in the pocket, the way he reads defenses, the strength of his arm, etc. The thing he can't do is turn a broken play into a 30-yard run. Although he's more mobile than people realize.
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He wasn't eligible to play.

The result is the same - he didn't play.

Yet his stock went UP.

He did the impossible!
no good QB in the NFL has ever not played in the Senor Bowl (spanish spelling)...

all gang members have skipped it, though
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That's like asking if Kaepernick has the potential of Tom Brady. They are just 2 different animals.
We are talking about potential and I disagree. I think it is a valid point because none of the experts think there is anyone close to RGIII in this class in terms of potential. In fact, people constantly say Geno is not like those guys in terms of potential. If RGIII had been elidgible for the senior bowl, no one would have ever batted an eye at him skipping it.
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He wasn't eligible to play.

The result is the same - he didn't play.

Yet his stock went UP.

He did the impossible!
Not being eligible is not the same as being eligible to play and not going anyway.
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We are talking about potential and I disagree. I think it is a valid point because none of the experts think there is anyone close to RGIII in this class in terms of potential. If RGIII had been elidgible for the senior bowl, no one would have ever batted an eye at him skipping it.
The thing that people fail to grasp is that "none of the experts think there is anyone close to RG3 in this class" is not the same thing as "none of the experts think there is anybody worth the #1 in this class".

There's a lot of skewed weighting going on. And Smith is not measured against RG3 or Luck or anyone else from last year. He's measured against people in this class.
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