No it’s right there in black and white what I said about him, and Tannehill.
The idiot in your avatar is the one who missed out on the best QB in the league.
Correct, and you were wrong about both. Deshon Kizer is less risky than Patrick Mahomes lmao, and there isn't a nickles worth of difference between Kizor and Watson, too funny.
No I'm still a Dolphins fan and I love Tua, but it is fun watching Tannehill thrive and the haters get exposed.
I really think youre getting the whole prospect thing confused.
At the time Mahomes was not a special prospect. Kizer was playing elite ball at Nortre Dame and Watson was a turnover prone qb who missed quite a bit of deep passes.
Hindsight is always 20/20.
Mahomes was always a special prospect. I remember talking to my friend right before the draft and telling him to watch out for Patrick Mahomes going a lot earlier than most people expected because that was the hot draft buzz at the time and I barely even knew the guy.
Kizor may have been great in college but there's a reason he went in round 2 compared to Mahomes in the top 10 and why Kizor is currently out of the NFL.
Anyone can watch tons of college film and analyze what they are seeing and communicate that like what Slimm does, but it's very hard to take what you are seeing in college and accurately predict how that talent will translate to the professional level.
That's where Slimm falls short more often than not especially at the QB position and what they pay the big bucks to professionals like Mr. Grier for, loving his 2020 draft class so far as I expected because imo the guy can scout.
Next year could be special as well if your boy can't beat my boy this year starting on Sunday...
Mayor Grier is the one that literally did everything you’re running around screaming at your iphone over. From Mahomes to Tannehill.
The situation a kid lands in has a lot of say in their ultimate fate. Ask your boy Tannehill.
When you rank and provide an opinion on every single prospect in the draft, you can’t be right on all of em. You’re not getting the opinion of the ones making the big bucks on every single prospect, or they’d be wrong on just about all of em. All you can do is look at the moves they make and don’t make - it tells you their assessment.
Herbert is still demonstrating the flaws he had coming out of Oregon. He was very lucky he avoided an interception on that final drive. In OT, again when the pressure was on, he threw behind two receivers on that crucial drive. He had similar issues in that Auburn game when it was crunch time. These are not new issues to Herbert, but known issues during the draft period. He does look like he is improving though, and yes hes only 4 games into his career. Which means he has plenty of time to correct them. He will wow you with his arm strength and athleticism, but needs to correct a few things.
Retired lineman (and Oregon alum) Geoff Schwartz examines Justin Herbert’s strengths and weaknesses to figure out who the QB can be in the NFL.www.sbnation.com
2. Flat-out misses
3. Locks on to one read and doesn’t come off
4. Footwork issues
lol did you not read my post? I said hes portraying the same results now, as he did pre draft.Your referencing an article from the draft...we’re discussing how well he’s playing against strong opponents in the NFL...