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: April 20, 2012, 11:52:20 PM

Did anyone see this?    It wasn't as funny as some of the others, but I was amazed at the intelligence level of Andrew Luck.    From what I saw, the dude already knows enough about being a QB to be a coach.    This guy is going to light it up.


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#1 : April 21, 2012, 12:25:23 AM

Out of all of the ones I have seen, I think Russel Wilson's was the best.

After watching his QB camp I was impressed with the kid.













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#3 : April 21, 2012, 01:05:44 AM

Russell Wilson does seem to have his head on straight.   I'd love to see the Bucs pick him up.

On a side note, the Bucs were morons for getting rid of Gruden.   


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#4 : April 21, 2012, 01:13:40 AM

I agree on both accounts to be completely honest. I'm hoping Schiano brings that kind of intensity and passion and knowledge back to Tampa and so far the intensity is there :)

But Russell Wilson would be an excellent pick up and could be a solid #2 guy for us.


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#5 : April 21, 2012, 01:23:57 AM

Russell Wilson would be an excellent pick up and could be a solid #2 guy for us.

Agreed.   And he might even beat out Freeman.   At least he would give Freeman some much needed competition.


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#6 : April 21, 2012, 01:49:20 AM

Bob Bostad did come from Wisconsin, so he knows everything about Wilson.  I wouldn't mind if we grabbed him in the 3rd if hes there.  Seems like an excellent guy to push Freeman.

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#7 : April 21, 2012, 01:50:24 AM

That's where we disagree Java, now that Freeman has a competent QB coach and not Alex Van Pelt(guy is a joke, and a horrible one at that) and a competent head coach, I think you're going to see who the REAL Freeman is, the flashes that you saw in his 1st and 2nd years.


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#8 : April 21, 2012, 04:57:40 AM

I didn't like Freeman in 2009 or 2010 either.


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#9 : April 21, 2012, 06:37:07 AM

lol, a QB who threw for 25 and 6. Yeah. Who would like that?

And Wilson impressed me a lot. Smart and has a chip on his shoulder.

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#10 : April 21, 2012, 06:57:07 AM

lol, a QB who threw for 25 and 6. Yeah. Who would like that?

And Wilson impressed me a lot. Smart and has a chip on his shoulder.

The fact that he was able to learn two offenses in his college career has helped him tremendously. He has shown he has the ability to pick up the different nuances and complexities of two different schemes. In the video above, he appears intelligent and seems like a student of the game. When Gruden was going over the code 1's with him you could tell just by his grin he was learning something and couldn't wait to apply it. I hope when round 5 comes knockin' he's our selection. He could instantly push Orlovsky for the back up position, assuming he can pick up the offense in a timely manner.


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#11 : April 21, 2012, 08:39:24 AM

lol, a QB who threw for 25 and 6. Yeah. Who would like that?

Look at his stats that year against teams that did not have losing records.   They were horrible.


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#12 : April 21, 2012, 08:51:23 AM

lol, a QB who threw for 25 and 6. Yeah. Who would like that?

And Wilson impressed me a lot. Smart and has a chip on his shoulder.

The fact that he was able to learn two offenses in his college career has helped him tremendously. He has shown he has the ability to pick up the different nuances and complexities of two different schemes. In the video above, he appears intelligent and seems like a student of the game. When Gruden was going over the code 1's with him you could tell just by his grin he was learning something and couldn't wait to apply it. I hope when round 5 comes knockin' he's our selection. He could instantly push Orlovsky for the back up position, assuming he can pick up the offense in a timely manner.
9th best TD to Int ratio...... OF ALL TIME! Dosent matter how week the schedule was because talent/experience wise (coaching included) the bucs have been one of the bottom 3 teams since Free got here.

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#13 : April 21, 2012, 08:52:50 AM

How did he do last year?


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#14 : April 21, 2012, 08:55:38 AM

I looked it up.   Josh Freeman led the NFC in interceptions last year with 22.

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