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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by maximus, Apr 1, 2006.
Would Ouija agree?
Great interception by Ced Griffin at Senior Bowl
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that INT was the WR's fault for not even attempting to make a play on the ball. from the look of it, catching it was an afterthought
It was a bad throw, clearly behind the receiver, but can you mention a quarterback that never makes a bad throw? And as Puck points out, the receiver showed 0 effort in getting to that ball.
The real problem with Cutler is that there isn't much video of him out there. So we don't have a whole lot to judge upon.
he could have led him more, but i'm putting that one on the WR.
•Strengths: Great arm and good size. … Moves well outside the pocket and throws well on the run. …Tough player who absorbed plenty of punishment in college, but kept getting up.
1. Donte Whitner, Ohio State
2. Jason Allen, Tennessee
3. Daniel Bullocks, Nebraska
4. Anthony Smith, Syracuse
5. Darnell Bing, USC
6. Ko Simpson, South Carolina
ok, proof positive this guy is off-kilter
oh c'mon! I hardly even said anything. The thoughts and opinions expressed by CBS announcers don't neccesarilly reflect those of SEC 330 BIPOLAR...
:sad2:<---you guys make alot out of a smilie especially when I was sticking up for the guy the other day...
It's fun to get people talking...I'm too bored...:ha:
My point exactly. Crazy guy that somehow got the title of expert. Makes me wonder how I can get a job as a staff writer for NFL.com
Actually, BP, that wasn't directed at you at all.. but hey, if the shoe fits )