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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Is it?
    That whole line of commercials were faked.

    It takes steel shot, traveling at over 700 mph to break a sporting clay.

    A leather football traveling less than 1/10 the speed ain't going to do anything to it but move it off it's trajectory.
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    Re: Amazing QB feats

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    That whole line of commercials were faked.

    It takes steel shot, traveling at over 700 mph to break a sporting clay.

    A leather football traveling less than 1/10 the speed ain't going to do anything to it but move it off it's trajectory.
    Even with a laser rocket arm and a sweet stache?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Even with a laser rocket arm and a sweet stache?
    Well, he is the best QB in the NFL ...
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    Re: Amazing QB feats

    Not bad, but I'm partial to Brodie Smith:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shas View Post
    I think many people think the Vikings were bluffing and they didn't have any other serious bidders. However, I agree with you. I applaud the Browns for moving up and grabbing a unique player they had to get. I predicted a couple days before the draft that the Vikings would force the Browns to trade up, so it was not at all a surprise to me.
    I don't think anyone else would've traded up for richardson, browns got suckered. How often do RBs go top five?
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    Re: Amazing QB feats

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    I don't think anyone else would've traded up for richardson, browns got suckered. How often do RBs go top five?
    Tampa Bay may have traded up to get him. They needed a back more thanthey needed a safety.

    In the last 20 drafts, a RB has been selected in the top five 14 times, and in the top ten 17 times. While some may think it is a declining position of importance, those top five guys are names like Jamal Lewis, LaDanian Tomlinson, Marshall Faulk, Edggeri James, Ricky Williams. Adrian Peterson was #7.

    If you think Trent Richardon is going to turn out to be a guy like one of those - a game changer and possibly a franchise changer - you move up and don't take the chance someone is going to jump you at the last minute.
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    Re: Amazing QB feats

    Guys, keep the draft talk off this thread. The OP clearly didn't start a draft thread.

    Thanks
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    Re: Amazing QB feats

    Was blown away by the Johnny McEntee video

    He was second string at UConn and I saw him come in for a few series

    He was downright horrible, flustered when under pressure and throwing the ball all over the place but couldn't hit a WR. Kyle Boller-esqe
    You can find trickshot geniuses for most any sport; soccer, golf and snooker are obvious examples. But they never make it and find success against the others. Well Phil Mickelson did I suppose, he's a trickshot genius

    I remain to be convinced by these guys
    Good luck to the guy in Buffalo but the odds are seriously stacked against him, not many UDFA make it




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