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  • Originally posted by broncos SB2010 View Post
    what QB wouldn't?
    Just Brock lol
    Originally posted by darth-hideous
    Champ losing a step, just means the rest of the NFL is now only two steps behind.
    Adopted by: CanDB & Peanut

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    • Originally posted by broncos SB2010 View Post
      what QB wouldn't?
      Well, Brock didn't. I think he wanted to but everything changed with the end of season and the $$ Houston offered. But that is history...

      and apparently Kaep wasn't motivated enough to sacrifice some $$.

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      • Originally posted by gerontion View Post
        Man, Tim Hasselbeck just ripped Lynch on ESPN. Actually compared him to Tebow. Still, I trust Elway on this one.
        He clearly just trying to get attention. That is the worst comparison I could think of. They're almost opposite.

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        • Originally posted by Remedy View Post
          Action Paxton?

          Participaxton?

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          • Lynch is going to be a stud. And I am not talking like on a par with Matt Ryan. I am talking on a par with Aaron Rodgers. Kid has it all. Size....Check Arm strength....Not only check, but the kid has a cannon He is athletic, He is a quality person. And I dont think it is going to take long either. I say the kid is going to be our starter by mid season. There will be growing pains. But he will be a pro bowler before his first contract is up
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            • Sua Cravens ILB/SS 2nd round

              Ward or Kaufusi DE 3rd round

              4th round we can target a Safety

              5th round target running back and OG. Just need an athletic guard to play in the zone blocking scheme. Don't need to draft a guy high.

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              • Originally posted by Orangecrush21 View Post
                Why on earth would the 49ers give up so much for a guard that isn't even the best guard available?
                I agree, it makes no sense

                Whitehair
                Westerman

                are still on the board in the 2nd round.
                Last edited by Ohenhen12345; 04-28-2016, 11:56 PM.

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                • Originally posted by TheLumberjacks View Post
                  If you score average or above. Any low results pan out in the NFL?
                  Originally posted by VenomousDB View Post
                  Jim Kelly and Dan Marino scored 15. Lynch had 18. So what's the problem
                  Terry Bradshaw scored a 12. Wonderlic has nothing to do with football. Its an interesting indicator, but not the end all/be all of anything. Paxton's score is somewhat concerning, but I wouldn't think it means he can't learn a playbook or read a defense. Kubiak's offense is traditionally very QB friendly.

                  I would think Lynch's low turnover ratio is a better indicator of his football IQ.

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                  • Originally posted by Den615 View Post
                    Terry Bradshaw scored a 12. Wonderlic has nothing to do with football. Its an interesting indicator, but not the end all/be all of anything. Paxton's score is somewhat concerning, but I wouldn't think it means he can't learn a playbook or read a defense. Kubiak's offense is traditionally very QB friendly.

                    I would think Lynch's low turnover ratio is a better indicator of his football IQ.
                    yup and guys like gabbert scored a 42, Christian ponder 35, Mallet 26....

                    Not really sure I would put too much stock into it... I would like it to be higher but I will judge him by on the field actions and not some test.
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                    • Originally posted by Murph2432 View Post
                      Not that it matters if he is or isn't but is Paxton Lynch gay? When selected he had some guy hugging him in a romantic type way. Just curious.
                      Paxton is far from gay. That was his brother Evin. He was a pitcher at Stetson.
                      Last edited by Peanut; 11-01-2019, 04:08 PM. Reason: Deleted link.

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                      • We will have a plethora of options on the defensive side of the ball. Between Jack, Dodd, Robinson, Reed, Ragland, Correa, Cravens, etc I think some will fall. Then you have some OL or RB we could target. We have plenty of options with our 2nd. I hope we stay put or trade down.

                        Personally, if Jack or Smith are there it would be hard for me to pass. If both are gone, I really like Correa or Robinson as our pick. Ragland is the wild card here if he is there.
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                        • http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...e-a-qb-friday/

                          Cowboys owner and General Manager Jerry Jones acknowledged after the first round of the NFL draft that he was disappointed about a player who got away: Quarterback Paxton Lynch.

                          Jones said that after taking running back Ezekiel Elliott with their first-round pick the Cowboys were trying to trade back into the first round to acquire Lynch, who ultimately went to the Broncos.

                          “We were working real hard to get up there for the quarterback – Paxton Lynch,” Jones said.

                          Jones said just when he thought he had a deal in place to get Lynch, the Broncos jumped in and made a deal with the Seahawks that allowed them to take Lynch 26th overall.

                          “Frankly, give Denver credit,” Jones said. “I thought we had it done. It was that close.”

                          Jones said the Cowboys’ staff loves Lynch and thinks he has the potential to develop into a franchise quarterback. The Cowboys were hoping he’d develop behind Tony Romo.

                          “He’s a top prospect – got probably the highest upside in the draft,” Jerry Jones said. “Congratulations to Denver.”
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                          • Originally posted by Remedy View Post
                            Action Paxton?

                            Participaxton?
                            The Lynchpin.
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                            • Originally posted by Den615 View Post
                              Terry Bradshaw scored a 12. Wonderlic has nothing to do with football. Its an interesting indicator, but not the end all/be all of anything. Paxton's score is somewhat concerning, but I wouldn't think it means he can't learn a playbook or read a defense. Kubiak's offense is traditionally very QB friendly.

                              I would think Lynch's low turnover ratio is a better indicator of his football IQ.
                              My original point is non existent at this point but I want to touch on this. I was good with the pick but I am concerned about his Wonderlic. Yes, you can go back 30-40 years to find some examples of it not being a concern. The game has evolved since then though, if you would agree. You can sweep it under the rug if you choose. Im just a little more concerned than most I guess.

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                              • Today actually has me more nervous than round 1. Elway's track record on day 2 isn't great tbh.
                                What's the difference between ignorance and apathy?
                                I don't know and I don't care

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