Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by 2ToneBlueBlood, Feb 7, 2014.
Johnny will be a star and win a Super Bowl.
A lot of you will butthurt.
TT and I will told you so.
He didn't even come in at 6 feet and he is skinny as a rail. The guy will be broken.
He'll probably tone that recklessness down as a pro, but even then you still have to factor in those ducks he throws.
kid is a ton of fun to watch (in college), but we better not end up with this guy, I will pull my hair out and cry.
Unless Bortles or Bridewater rape an underage girl and fall out of the top 10 (only way I see them being an option at 11), I'd rather go with a 4th year Jake Locker.
Bigger than a certain QB who just won a Super Bowl.
How is he bigger?
Wilson has some weight on him and more importantly, isn't stupid.
But Wilson isn't reckless, his decisions are calculated.
Wilson - 206
Manziel - 209
Johnny has gained the past year.
Right at 6ft (5'11 3/4) and 209 ain't small.
Bridgewater is under 200...
Same height and weight as Drew Brees.
Manziel is gonna ball. The Titans will be sorry. Every team that passes on him will be sorry.
Manziel will be the QB equivalent of CJ
So he will break records and be consistent over a long period of time at his position but be held back by an average franchise?
Gil Brandt said it best, there will always be outliers when it comes to guys being successful despite not having prototypical size, but more guys fail because of it.
I heard on the radio maybe a week ago that a MLB who is 6'2" and over has a success rate of hitting as a contributing player over 30% more than a guy who is shorter.
The draft is blackjack and drafting Manziel is hitting on 19.