Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by bigreese82, Feb 27, 2006.
If Young indeed did score a 6 or even a 16 it doesn't look good. With the exception of just a few successfull QBs (Culpepper, McNair and Marino) the trend seems to indicate that mid 20s or higher is typical of the more successfull QBs.
Akili Smith got a 37. Ryan Leaf a 27.
Which proves that QBs can tank even with high scores. The chances of failure increase even more when they score below 20.
Akili Smith also got a 15.
Look, there are a lot of smart people who can't play QB in the NFL. But the test can tell you (if you believe in it, anyway) that a guy isn't smart enough...
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