Six NFL teams are ranking Auburn's Cam Newton as the top quarterback prospect

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  1. RollTide

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    Duece keeps wriitng as if he was. Don't recall mentioning your name at all.

    I just read a bit online about spread QBs and how they never make it in the nfl and Tebow's name was mentioned. Unless this guy has played for 4-5 years that i don't know about i don't know where they are getting that.
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    Von Miller is being overhyped. He only has one move, the speed rush, which he gets away with at the college level. He's 6' 2" 237 lbs., way too small to play the 3-4 OLB. That's SS size, he's better off in the 4-3.
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    More Dilfer on Cam Newton workout:"His mechanics are so sound. The ball just jumps off his hands. Made 30 big-time throws." 15 minutes ago via Seesmic Desktop

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    Dilfer called Newton's Media Day session, "One of the most phenomenal personal workouts I've ever seen." 14 minutes ago via Seesmic Desktop

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    More Dilfer on Newton: "Cam Newton has a very quick stroke, gets the ball out in a hurry. The sky is the limit on this player." 14 minutes ago via Seesmic Desktop

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    More Dilfer on Cam Newton: "I don't think anybody, yet, realizes how good this kid is." Predicts Newton will be a top-5 pick. 11 minutes ago via Seesmic Desktop

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    "There's only so many people on the planet that can throw a football like this kid." 10 minutes ago via Seesmic Desktop
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    Dilfer is a loudmouthed douchebag, I seldom agree with his point of view.

    Newton could be the next Roethlessburger just as easily as he could be the next VY, only time will tell. Here's to hoping the Titans don't take the gamble, though. I'm buying Newton turning out more like VY based on my impressions of his intelligence levels (interviews, his off-field issues, etc).

    I want the Titans to draft a smart, level-headed QB. We've seen where limitless physical tools with lacking smarts and stability have led us.
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    We're going to hear the same things when Mallett has his Pro Day. Guys who can throw the ball hard are going to look great going against air.

    When the games count and he's under pressure his footwork goes crazy and he throws flat footed.

    Hey, he can throw a great deep ball when he takes a half step up in the pocket and safeties run up to stop the run and the WR is running wide open down the field.
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    There's another thread already talking about this...
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    Trent Dilfer says Newton's phenomenal.

    Trent Dilfer also said that Sam Bradford was not even close to being the best player in last year's draft (he won rookie of the year) and that drafting him would be catastrophic.
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    So tie his feet no more than shoulder width apart. Let's make him a boxer while we're at it.
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