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    Re: A 6??????

    Report is that it wasn't a 6.

    NFL TA or Mike and Mike (one of them I was watching this morning) said it was not a 6, but it was low. I think he was allowed to take it again, because they said he got a 16???????

    As far as what it means......

    They were saying that most Agents have copies of all the different tests. To me, it means that Vince didn't take it seriously. It is possible to study for this. The question that I would have is can he study. It is something that the teams need to ask and find out. He has skills, but if he can't grasp an offense, it will be hard for him to play in the NFL. In college you can get by on pure talent because the teams are diluted, but the NFL is the best of the best, PROS.

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    Re: A 6??????

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    madden says that 90% of the game is half mental

    Ahhhhhh. Not a VIkigns fan quoting Madden. It burns! It burns!
    Actually he is quoting Yogi Berra, he just doesnt know it.

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    Re: A 6??????

    "snowinapril" wrote:
    I think that newswriter is either a misprint of it excluded the (MPLS) sportswriters.

    I wonder what Vick scored, both Marcus and Ron?
    According to Wikipedia....

    Pat McInally, a wide receiver/punter from Harvard who played for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1977 to 1985, is the only player known to have scored a perfect 50. In 2005, it was rumored that Ryan Fitzpatrick, a quarterback also from Harvard, scored a perfect 50 but his actual accomplishment was to finish the test in 9 minutes with a score of 38 — the most impressive speed ever seen at the NFL Combine. Fitzpatrick was drafted in 2005 by the St. Louis Rams — referenced in The Wall Street Journal (September 30, 2005) as the NFL's Smartest Team.

    Some rumoured, but unconfirmed, scores of other NFL players and draft candidates:

    Kevin Curtis, wide receiver — 48
    Brian Griese, quarterback — 39
    Akili Smith, quarterback — 37 (suspected of cheating; scored 15 on first attempt)
    Tom Brady, quarterback — 33
    Steve Young, quarterback — 33
    John Elway, quarterback — 30
    Brett Favre, quarterback — 22
    Michael Vick, quarterback — 20
    Dan Marino, quarterback — 16
    Jeff George, quarterback — 10
    Because scores are kept confidential, none of these scores have been officially confirmed by the NFL.

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    Re: A 6??????

    I wonder what Birk scored.

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    Re: A 6??????

    So what number will Vince Young choose to wear as a pro?




























    6

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