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    Has Osweiler vaulted himself into round 1 at his pro day?

    http://blogs.nfl.com/2012/03/30/did-...o-first-round/

    This could make the draft real interesting and really effect where Tannehill is drafted.

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    Surely that's rubbish, what a pro day performance elevates him 3 rounds? I dont think so
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    Osweiler's biggest problem is that he made mental errors in big games.
    He should have tried transferring. He didn't. Basically Ryan Mallet / Jimmy Clausen 2.0.

    I don't think it'd be smart to start him and that's why teams will draft him. It isn't an Andy Dalton case. It isn't even a Kapernick problem.

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    No. The end.

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    dont believe anything written by Brandt...he is the Al Davis of the draft world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenroher View Post
    http://blogs.nfl.com/2012/03/30/did-...o-first-round/

    This could make the draft real interesting and really effect where Tannehill is drafted.
    Osweiler isnt that good. I think he would be lucky to go in the 2nd round. He is one of those QB's who will probably go higher than he should and i dont see him any better than the 3rd round.

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    Yeah he should be grateful if he goes in the top 100.

    I actually prefer Foles/Cousins to him in that 3rd tier of QB's

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    Os is a guy who should sit for 2-3 seasons and try to master whatever system the OC uses, provided he's in the same system for those years.

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    He's been invited to attend the draft. Story is on NFL.com.
    U MAD BRO??

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMR View Post
    He's been invited to attend the draft. Story is on NFL.com.
    The NFL needs a forlorn guy sitting in the room waiting to be called.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hadji View Post
    dont believe anything written by Brandt...he is the Al Davis of the draft world.
    Nah, Al Davis was occasionally right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMR View Post
    He's been invited to attend the draft. Story is on NFL.com.
    He wasn't on the updated list by ESPN.
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    I sort of feel that it will be a bit more like last year.

    Free Agent QBs aren't going to hit the Market next year in a sexy way. And really, they haven't for awhile. Also solid back up QBs will cost less than a first rounder at 10-25.

    I know that Scott Pioli has been given pressure by ownership because he couldn't snag a meeting w/ Manning. Pending on what Hunt wants, the Chiefs might trade to get Tannehill if he slips past the Browns.


    Some predictions...

    I could see the Saints being a team that drafts Cousins in the first round. The Browns could trade for him a bit higher than their 2nd pick.

    On the other end I see Osweiler being a target by the Broncos. They don't have a back up and Manning's health is up in the air. Seahawks are another maybe w/ Osweiler.

    Weedon.... my gut says he's going to a playoff team - Green Bay? NYG? Or maybe the Cardinals.

    Foles maybe goes to Baltimore or Detroit.

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    Osweiler, Cousins, etc.......complete vomit, why waste your time in early rounds? I just don't see it.

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    I watched him on the Gruden QB Camp - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpKGM9FCyxg

    He certainly has all the tools, he just came across as too forced to me, like all of his answers were scripted
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