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How many times will ESPN let Jaws and Hogge tear down Young????

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Laserjock, Apr 30, 2006.

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  1. RollTide All-Pro

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    Uncle...

    Phil simms was drafted in 1979. Not 1983.

    Todd blackledge was a first rd 83 pick(7) that turned bust. He did not have a significant career.

    We can note that blackledge led his team to a national championship the previous year.
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    I was honestly shocked to hear - I think it was Hodge - claim that Brodie Coyle was the best QB in the draft. I have to ask you as a Tide fan, what happened to your offense if he was that good? Honest question, because I just don't know. Your offense should have absolutely tore up Tech in the Cotton Bowl - IMO - if Coyle was better than Leinart or Young.
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    Their best receiver broke his leg. Their offense wasn't much to speak of, but Croyle played very well throughout his entire career (when he wasn't hurt).
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    I'll admit to not following the Tide much, but it seems they've recruited exceptional talent for the past few years. They also have arguably a good offensive minded coach. Were they really down to 1 receiver?

    I saw posted in one of the threads a series of clips of the Longhorn season. So when you mention injury it does remind me how good we had it this past year. In every significant game I think we got at least one to two high quality - concussion type hits on QBs. Blowmar was just destroyed in the OU game. Klatt got his clock cleaned several times. I really think it was literally every game - even Leinart got his. The great part was having VY in the pocket, I never worried about that. He's big - Steve McNair big. He's also very intelligent and can sense the rush. He never lets himself take the big hit. Steve actually tought him alot about techniques to avoid injury. I think this is one thing you will likely enjoy about having VY as your QB. At least I hope so.
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    "Steve actually tought him alot about techniques to avoid injury."

    I really hope that was a joke.
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    Well, you know...do as i say not as i do. And all that.
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