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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by JCBRAVE, Apr 11, 2014.
More of an educated theory than a rational assumption Or an alternate way of looking at things.
Regardless... It's far from a useable stat.
I don't put much stock into Wonderlic, but the fact that Manziel scored higher than everyone else does at least tell you that he's not an idiot.
I'd still take him at #11.
Going to be a superstar....
We gonna miss out as usual
I hope he goes before 11 so we have no choice in getting him...
Well he was also a borderline draft pick and not a borderline top 10 selection like Johnny so that comparison is moot point.
Since when is wonderlic the only variable in football
No it's not. Of course it's not.
then I don't think you can make a point by posting a bunch of high wonderlic scores next to crappy QB's and saying "Wonderlic is a useless stat"