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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by RollTide, May 8, 2014.
Carr going to be that guy in the locker room trying to convert everyone
I backed off of my Carr criticism a few weeks ago, but now I am back to not really knowing what to think of him.
After seeing his numbers when he's under pressure, I am much more worried.
I wouldn't hate it if we got Carr (if Bridgewater is gone).
Apparently Lovie Smith loves Manziel
He might love Manziel, but I don't see him making that pick at #7.
The reports are also that Fisher loves Manziel... And we all know too well that there's no way Fisher would make that pick. If they take Manziel, it's the GM or owner forcing his hand.
Manziel's coach doesn't even think hes a top 10 pick, hellooo people, his coach isn't sure he'd make a good NFL player. Red flag?
Teams looking to fill seats should look at Manziel, thats about all hes good for.
If Whiz's offense does as advertised, Carr shouldn't be experiencing any pressure. We are talking about getting the ball out in 2-3 seconds.
Pressure can easily be seen/felt within that span though.
No pass rusher can turn the edge in under 3 seconds, only way youre affecting the throw is by batting it down, or getting a push up the middle.
I am starting to feel that way too man. I think Carr is the most natural passer, with a big arm, but his lack of play under pressure is a big worry. I think TB, Bortles, and Manziel, have better composure, but they all have their weaknesses I guess.
But that's what I'm saying. If pressure is the biggest concern, then Carr in Whiz's offense would be the best fit if we our hedging our bets so to speak.
I suppose my question would then be who is more accurate between Carr and Locker. I believe Carr is already better at reading defenses from what I read.