Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by goTitans.com, Mar 21, 2006.
Ok, misunderstanding then.
Understandable, I think the interviewee, spoke his point of view concerning Matt, which is what one should expect, but.. I don't remember the Young interview mentioning
"Matt Leinhart's arm strength, or Cutler being the flavor of the week" It just sounded to me, like a bit of putting the other two down, to boost confidence in Leinhart.
Looks like Cutler would be a nice addition to the basketball team and Fisher's softball team. Cutler in high school was a three sport athlete who not only played football, but was also a first team all-state basketball player who averaged 20 and 21 points per game his junior and senior years respectively. For the baseball team Cutler was an all-state shortstop with a .400 batting average.
Snap out of it! What is this broke back mountain?
You are already male bonding with the guy as if he was already a titan. I have this image of cutler in a raider uniform getting his head knocked in by mario williams wearing two tone blue.
At 6'7 with a 40 inch vertical i think mario could handle cutler in a one on one game.
talk about brokeback!!! someone needs to stop dreaming about Mario Williams
Seriously, we're not getting Williams.
That aside, the one thing I liked about Leinart was the end of the article. The fact that he was still driving his old Truck instead of a new fancy Sports car. Don't know about you guys, but that stood out more to me than anything else.
Just wait a few days and Rolltide will drop off of Williams and start riding the jock of another prospect.
Personally I don't care who we take as long as he is the best QB of the bunch in 5 years.
Sounds like a homer to me
So yeah, he sounded like a homer.
Why don't they just post an interview with Matt's high school best friend? Maybe one of his lady friends?
Oh ,before I get called a homer, Leinart is my #1 pick --- slightly over Cutler.
Well, Jeff, I probably owe Ms. Halliburton an apology. Compared to this guy she's a regular Flanders )
Don't get me wrong, I like the article, but to me it's like reading the tabloids, you enoy reading it, but believe none of it.
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