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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Puck, Jan 4, 2006.
Vince was too good...
Who needs an athlete at QB anyway? This is the nfl you don't win with athletes.:sad2:
Vince young was so overwhelming, so dominant, so God like that he looked like some golem running over high school kids. If he had fought, wiggled and squirmed his way to 80 rushing yards last night we could respect him more but he ran for 200 yards and was unstoppable and that is bad. The announcers commented that he always scores standing up. Not good. Who wants a guy leading your team who can't be tackled?
Titanpride is right. Who wants a guy so damn freakishly good that he was like some guy in a video game. We want the future titan QB to be a mere mortal, a weakling, a wimp a guy who never leaves the pocket.
Shame on you vince young for having one the best games we have ever seen in our lives. Shame on you for reading the defense so well as to know when to run. Shame on you vince young for running through tackles like it was nothing. For being so fast and strong and quick. Shame on you for the incredible leadership that carried a team on your back in the biggest game of your life! We don't want that here in tennessee. We want studly drop back passers like ryan leaf and tim couch. Vince young is simply too damn good for this team.:sad2:
Like Billy Volek ?
Only problem I have with Young is his throwing style. How is that gonna translate over to the NFL? I just keep picturing his passes getting batted down at the LOS with that side arm delivary ( yea I know Rich Gannon threw like that too).
he is 6`5 isnt he?
So does Rivers right?
People read way too much into low deliveries. Consider that the average D Lineman is probably around 6-2 or 6-3 and most quarterbacks about the same height so basically any lineman will bat a short pass down if he raises his hand at the right spot. More of a concern would be his windup that takes way too long and how he palms it in one hand while he scrambles in traffic. That usually doesn't work out too well in the NFL.