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: October 26, 2013, 07:49:12 PM

I've watched this guy a few times this year and he is a lazy, disinterested football player and quite frankly just isn't as good as advertised. There is no way the Bucs draft this Clown. We don't need another Bowers.

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#1 : October 26, 2013, 07:50:16 PM

Yeah, we need a QB more than DE anyway.


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#2 : October 26, 2013, 07:54:15 PM

Yeah, we need a QB more than DE anyway.

I'm not at all impressed with your Mariota either. He reminds me of Freeman. The guy is very inaccurate at times. He benefits from speedy receivers and a great running game. No thank you.

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#3 : October 26, 2013, 07:56:21 PM

When evaluating a QB for making a transition from college to the NFL, you really do have to take a close look at who he's played against.

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#4 : October 26, 2013, 07:57:04 PM

And regarding Clowney, yes, his apparent lack of motivation worries me.

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#5 : October 26, 2013, 08:03:00 PM

And regarding Clowney, yes, his apparent lack of motivation worries me.

There is no way I would take a risk on him. We need a DE with a motor. Someone like J.J. Watt perhaps.

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#6 : October 26, 2013, 08:03:30 PM

Yeah, we need a QB more than DE anyway.

I'm not at all impressed with your Mariota either. He reminds me of Freeman. The guy is very inaccurate at times. He benefits from speedy receivers and a great running game. No thank you.



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#7 : October 26, 2013, 08:03:52 PM

And regarding Clowney, yes, his apparent lack of motivation worries me.
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It's like teams aren't even scared of him anymore because they know he's not going to always bring it. First game of the season NC had 3 guys blocking him sometimes and now sometimes one on one.

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#8 : October 26, 2013, 08:07:23 PM

Yeah, we need a QB more than DE anyway.

We do?....In case you hadn't noticed, our rookie QB who didn't get the benefit of playing with the 1st team during training camp has a higher completion percentage than Tom Brady, Eli Manning, Michael Vick, Geno Smith and Colin Kaepernick and a higher QBR than Tom Brady, Geno Smith, Eli manning and Carson Palmer. Give the kid a little experience and a half-way decent o-line and I think he could really become something. He is very intelligent....that goes a long way over the course of a career.

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#9 : October 26, 2013, 08:07:24 PM

When evaluating a QB for making a transition from college to the NFL, you really do have to take a close look at who he's played against.

I don't like any of these QB's coming out really. There is definitely no Andrew Luck or Russell Wilson.

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#10 : October 26, 2013, 08:09:10 PM

Yeah, we need a QB more than DE anyway.

We do?....In case you hadn't noticed, our rookie QB who didn't get the benefit of playing with the 1st team during training camp has a higher completion percentage than Tom Brady, Eli Manning, Michael Vick, Geno Smith and Colin Kaepernick and a higher QBR than Tom Brady, Geno Smith, Eli manning and Carson Palmer. Give the kid a little experience and a half-way decent o-line and I think he could really become something. He is very intelligent....that goes a long way over the course of a career.

Yes, we have our franchise QB in Glennon. No need to waste a pick on a QB. I like Glennon better than any QB coming out as well.

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#11 : October 26, 2013, 08:09:44 PM

When evaluating a QB for making a transition from college to the NFL, you really do have to take a close look at who he's played against.
I don't like any of these QB's coming out really. There is definitely no Andrew Luck or Russell Wilson.

I think Winston is going to be better than any of them.

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#12 : October 26, 2013, 08:10:32 PM

Yeah, we need a QB more than DE anyway.

We do?....In case you hadn't noticed, our rookie QB who didn't get the benefit of playing with the 1st team during training camp has a higher completion percentage than Tom Brady, Eli Manning, Michael Vick, Geno Smith and Colin Kaepernick and a higher QBR than Tom Brady, Geno Smith, Eli manning and Carson Palmer. Give the kid a little experience and a half-way decent o-line and I think he could really become something. He is very intelligent....that goes a long way over the course of a career.

He has the rest of the year to prove himself.

I have not been that impressed with him thus far but he can change that.


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#13 : October 26, 2013, 08:10:57 PM

When evaluating a QB for making a transition from college to the NFL, you really do have to take a close look at who he's played against.
I don't like any of these QB's coming out really. There is definitely no Andrew Luck or Russell Wilson.

I think Winston is going to be better than any of them.

If I had to pick one it would be Winston or Johnny Football in the second round if he comes out.

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#14 : October 26, 2013, 08:12:08 PM

Schiano and Dom have already decided the Bucs are taking Clowney, even if they have to trade their second and third round picks, plus their first from next year, to get him.
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