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Nolan Nawrocki at it again.

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http://www.profootballweekly.com/2013/04/01/barkley-smith-scouting-reports

Calls Geno a mix of akili Smith and Aaron Brooks while Barkley is colt McCoy and Drew Brees

Sighhh

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Does geno have a fake smile?

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Welp, this seals it. Geno Smith is your 2013 Offensive Rookie of the Year.

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I just want to know where this dude gets this stuff. He claims Geno "lacks focus" and could drain energy in a QB room? What does that even mean?

Amazing how this guy is employed.

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If Geno turns out to be a quality NFL QB, this guy should be done. D-O-N-E.

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Welp, this seals it. Geno Smith is your 2013 Offensive Rookie of the Year.

Yep. Confirmed.

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Its not racist if you have double initals...it's the law- John 3:17

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First Cam, then RG3, and now Geno. This guys is either a complete dumbass, striving to be the Skip Bayless of NFL scouting, a racist piece of poo or all of the above.

So what is it?

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Oh say it isn't so, this is totally out of character for Nawrocki lol.

I'm laughing just thinking about the huddlers defending this clown for his article on Cam 2 years ago.

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First Cam, then RG3, and now Geno. This guys is either a complete dumbass, striving to be the Skip Bayless of NFL scouting, a racist piece of poo or all of the above.

So what is it?

I'm going with all of the above. Seems the safest bet.

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