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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by MDTitansFan, Dec 7, 2012.
Post of Day for January 7, 2013
I saw Teo playing his gap and Alabama frequently running away from him. While it's true that he didnt play well he didnt embarass himself either. I saw him play an average game against a tough offensive line. If he were a half step ahead on several plays he would have had another good game.
To all you Griz fans, surprise, surprise, but Thabust is not out of the league and getting decent minutes for OKC.
looked very average.
I don't want him anymore...he was overhyped and overrated just like the entire Notre Dame team...
I do like Dee Milliner, Barrett Jones, Eddie Lacy and Warmack a lot more though
I believe he had more missed tackles than tackles...the dude definitely emarassed himself and lost millions of dollars
He's going to plunge in the draft like Bammer tied an anvil to his neck.
It's crazy how one game makes or breaks your draft.. See also: Jamarcus Russell...
It doesn't mean much.. you take the entire career, work ethic, and personality into view when judging talent. If not, you get someone like VY as your QB.
Good, maybe we can get him with our 39th pick, because he's still a top talent to have from this draft.
Teo doesn't suck, he was just extremely overrated. That's thanks to ESPN. He's a first round grade, but him in the Top-5 was a joke, #15-#25 makes sense. He's not Patrick Willis/Luke Kuechly (not comparing Willis/Kuechly, just saying how elite he was in college). Te'o will have an average 40 time, that will also cause a little decline in his draft stock. I see #15 Saints, #19 Giants, #22 Rams (switching to OLB), #23 Vikings, #24 Colts, and #25 Ravens about as far as he'd slip.