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    Re: Gruden: Evaluating Top QB Draft Prospects

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    I want Dalton over any of them. I like seniors. I like winners. I like guys who can tear a beating heart out of your chest and show it to you before you die.

    I have 7 QB's id rather have.. Maybe even 8
    Yeah, what's not to like about a 4-year starter with a career 61.7% completion rate and a TD-to-INT ration of 2-1.

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    Re: Gruden: Evaluating Top QB Draft Prospects

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    I'm pretty impressed by Mallet's interview...he just seemed to know offense and what to do far better than the other guys. I'm kind of hoping hes a guy we draft.
    I wouldn't be upset at all if we took him. Some of the others I probably would be.
    I with you on that one. Cam Newton just reeks of major 'bust'.

    Gabbert didn't seem to know anything, and he said his best quality is he can throw the ball; it may be just me, but I think that should be a given for a QB...after seeing his interview I'm now convinced he is a "system guy".

    Locker...just not seeing it, to quick to pull the ball down and run.

    Dalton is an intriguing one...he seems like he has a lot of the 'intangibles', but I don't think I would want to take him before the 2nd round.

    Ponder is another one that I kind of like. He seems more likely to be a good NFL QB then most of the others to me.

    Stanzi is a guy I would really like to see drafted by us in the later rounds(if hes still there), regardless of if we draft a QB in the first or not. Let them compete with Webb for the starting role.

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    Re: Gruden: Evaluating Top QB Draft Prospects

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    I want Dalton over any of them. I like seniors. I like winners. I like guys who can tear a beating heart out of your chest and show it to you before you die.

    I have 7 QB's id rather have.. Maybe even 8
    Yeah, what's not to like about a 4-year starter with a career 61.7% completion rate and a TD-to-INT ration of 2-1.

    =Z=
    A few knocks on him are hasn't much experience under center, footwork on drops and 3/4 deliver when throwing on the run....and Trent Dilfer has a huge man crush on him :woohoo:

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    Re: Gruden: Evaluating Top QB Draft Prospects

    Quote Originally Posted by "Chazz" #1094689
    Quote Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1094669
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    I'm pretty impressed by Mallet's interview...he just seemed to know offense and what to do far better than the other guys. I'm kind of hoping hes a guy we draft.
    I wouldn't be upset at all if we took him. Some of the others I probably would be.
    I with you on that one. Cam Newton just reeks of major 'bust'.

    Gabbert didn't seem to know anything, and he said his best quality is he can throw the ball; it may be just me, but I think that should be a given for a QB...after seeing his interview I'm now convinced he is a "system guy".

    Locker...just not seeing it, to quick to pull the ball down and run.

    Dalton is an intriguing one...he seems like he has a lot of the 'intangibles', but I don't think I would want to take him before the 2nd round.

    Ponder is another one that I kind of like. He seems more likely to be a good NFL QB then most of the others to me.

    Stanzi is a guy I would really like to see drafted by us in the later rounds(if hes still there), regardless of if we draft a QB in the first or not. Let them compete with Webb for the starting role.
    I like the way you think. I see it pretty much the same way.

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