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  • 2006 QB Wonderlic scores

    Leinart & Clemens 35
    Cutler 26
    Croyle 24
    Shockley 19
    Young 15(not 6 as reported)
    Vick 11 (was one of the questions, 'How many underage girls can you fit in a hottub using just a 6 pack of beer?')


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  • #2
    Good to know, good to know.


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    • #3
      Originally posted by Kapaibro
      Leinart & Clemens 35
      Cutler 26
      Croyle 24
      Shockley 19
      Young 15(not 6 as reported)
      Vick 11 (was one of the questions, 'How many underage girls can you fit in a hottub using just a 6 pack of beer?')


      Our man Jay is up there with Kyle Orton, Carson Palmer, Dan Orlovsky, and Akili Smith
      ooooooh, you had a perfect post until you mentioned those last two words.

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      • #4
        Leinart is off the charts.
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        • #5
          It's another reason Leinart was considered by many to be the most NFL ready. He has the best situation as a developing QB, in my opinion. Learning behind Warner, Boldin and Fitzgerald are two young immensely talented receiver, and Edge in the backfield. Leonard Pope could have a starting role there too. The line has some issues, but I think Leinart will be ready to take the Cards to a new level in a few years.
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          • #6
            not like it really matters. some people with great scores end up to be horrible and some with horrible scores end up to be great.
            Heres a list of a ton of scores.
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            • #7
              What is the highest score you can get on the Wonderlic? And what kind of questions are given?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by dandaman23
                What is the highest score you can get on the Wonderlic? And what kind of questions are given?
                Im not sure what the highest possible score is, but I think that the questions are really basic questions and IQ test types of questions if youve ever taken an IQ test. Basically questions that just measure your intelligence.
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                • #9
                  jeff george a 10 haha. What a coincidence, thats about how many teams he played for too.

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                  • #10
                    I think a perfect score is a 50.
                    "And we all know that stats don't mean anything if you don't have the wins to back them up"-ChampWJ

                    It's a good thing Jay Cutler was a proven winner in college. Oh wait, nevermind.

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                    • #11
                      I took the test, and its not a hard test. It's the time you have to take it that makes it difficult, because you have only so much time to read and answer the questions.
                      One other thing, is you can actually prepare for this test, which most guys do now as compared to 15-20 yrs ago.
                      Jim Kelly and Dan Marino both scored 15 and this didn't effect what they have accomplished. It's just a test to to score your ability to think and process information at a fast pace.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Kapaibro
                        Leinart & Clemens 35
                        Cutler 26
                        Croyle 24
                        Shockley 19
                        Young 15(not 6 as reported)
                        Vick 11 (was one of the questions, 'How many underage girls can you fit in a hottub using just a 6 pack of beer?')


                        Our man Jay is up there with Kyle Orton, Carson Palmer, Dan Orlovsky, and Akili Smith
                        Just curious to know, what was the point in posting this thread?

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                        • #13
                          26 is still absolutely terrible.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Dream
                            26 is still absolutely terrible.
                            Uhmm. no.. its not terrible *laughs*...

                            Young's original score of 6 is horrendous...his second (after studying) of 15 is terrible. 26 isn't less than average.

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                            • #15
                              Careful, this test is a sure fire, fool-proof method of ensuring how one's career will turn out...
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