Written by Ryan Lownes on February 14, 2014
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Written by Aaron Aloysius on February 5, 2014
Written by Page on February 5, 2014
Ever since Bill O’Brien was hired by the Texans, there’s been constant chatter about which of the draft’s signal callers best fits his offense. Increasingly, to the surprise of many, the talk has centered around signal callers not named Teddy Bridgewater.
The shift away from Teddy B. is in part due to O’Brien’s history and preference for quarterbacks with prototypical builds: his two most recent high porfile quarterbacks — Tom Brady and his hand-picked QB at Penn State, Christian Hackenberg — both sit in the 6’4”, 220-225 pound range. O’Brien himself has made comments about how he adores bigger QBs who can sit in the pocket and make all the throws.
In fact, while heading the Penn State program, O’Brien did not commonly recruit quarterbacks who were below the 6’3”, 200-lb. threshold. With all that in mind, members of the draft media have increasingly linked the Texans to UCF (read more…)
Written by Matthew Mochal on January 27, 2014
Matthew Mochal unveils his latest mock draft! Be sure to tweet him your thoughts and questions at @aSabotageItIs.
Written by Jon Dove on January 24, 2014
Jon Dove goes two rounds with his new mock draft! Be sure to tweet him your thoughts and questions at @Jon_Dove42.
Written by Ryan Lownes on January 23, 2014
North Team Practice Report
Maybe the North quarterbacks were not morning people, or maybe they simply were all who we thought they might be. Stephen Morris was difficult to watch at times. After weighing in at a disappointing 6’1 ¾”, 206 pounds, his practices did little to encourage evaluators. While he flashed the live arm we had seen since he stepped into the starting position at Miami, erratic might be too kind a word to describe his performance in Mobile. Accuracy was an issue all week for him and there were some in the stands that criticized his seemingly lackadaisical approach to the event.
More disappointing, however, was the play of Clemson’s Tajh Boyd. Like Morris, he was unable to ever find a consistent rhythm in Mobile. At 6’0 ¾” 222 pounds, he is built more like a running back than an NFL signal-caller. His accuracy (read more…)
Written by Jon Dove on January 2, 2014
To get the new year and draft season started off right, Jon Dove & Matthew Mochal share a pair of new mock drafts.