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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by XO, Sep 20, 2019.
Tua might just drop right to us...not sure I want him. Definitely better prospect than MM, but damn he seems fragile.
It amazes me to see how much things can change so quickly with QB prospects.
Tua is easily the #1 QB after his freshman year. I would not be surprised if he’s now the 3rd or 4th off the board.
Just flat out proves NCAA Football is not a developmental league for NFL-ready players.
NFL and NCAA football are actually pretty different... so a lot of the top players just aren't good beyond that style of football.
Except that’s not the reason he will drop. So, in this case it does not prove your opinion.
You're right... but it doesn't require proof since it's true.
NCAA Football and NFL Football are different.
Should probably never draft another college player again...
We should stop relying on drafted college players fixing the team.
Where you getting a QB from then? Only picking up UDFA QBs? You do realize that most every starting QB was at one time a drafted college QB?
You need to stop and think...
Just drafting a QB is almost irrelevant no matter how highly they are touted or ranked in college.
If a team is unable to appropriately coach/train a QB after college, then it has zero business wasting a draft pick on one.
How many highly rated QBs has this team gotten from the draft that even remotely worked out - I'll allow The Oilers era, as well.
Almost all the best QBs have been FA acquisitions.
So... I'm not wrong.