Ginn definitely improved a lot when he came here and KB just had a 1000 yard rookie season when everyone thought he was a raw project. People bitch and moan about his drops, and those complaints are valid, but many of those same posters were saying that they'd be happy if KB had 600-700 yards as a rookie. He had 1008.
I don't think some people on here understand what the term REASONABLE doubt means.
It doesn't mean he has to be dead to rights with all evidence clearly showing he did it. It means that there is no reasonable way that any sane person could come to the conclusion that he was not involved.
He's saying that the Saints only use 4 scouts to evaluate a prospect before he declares for the draft and enters the combine. The way the thread is worded made it seem like a scout for the NFC South believes there were only 4 prospects worthy of a first round grade before the combine.
— High-level sources with the San Francisco 49ers have told me the team is "in love" with wide receiver Amari Cooper from Alabama and will inquire as to trading up to draft him should he slip past the Oakland Raiders at No. 4 overall.
— Four well-placed sources believe the No. 2 pick will be Marcus Mariota—what's up for debate is who will hold the pick. According to these same sources, the Titans will be shopping the pick.
— One team that may be interested in a move up is the Cleveland Browns. I'm told by a source within Cleveland that they love quarterback Marcus Mariota and rank him higher than any quarterback from the 2014 draft class. My source expects the Browns to be players if the Titans shop the pick.
That dude must have suck really bad in practice too. He didn't even start 2 full games in the league. How the hell an organization screw on a 1st round pick that bad. Meanwhile Bridgewater was seating there at waiting to be picked.
Had they taken Bridgewater, right now they would be loading up on WRs and ready to compete. Who screwed up? was it the owner or GM? Bridgewater's name was on their card to be picked but was crossed out at the last minute. What a screw up!
Nothing about his Game in college said he would be successful in the NFL... Which is why everyone that picked before the browns knew not to touch him. He didn't make reads, his Highlight plays were all broken plays that he just ran around in the backfield and threw up for Mike Evans to bail him out. There was no structure to his play. It was backyard football at it's simplest. He found out quickly that he can't get away with it in the NFL.
Couple that with his off-field issues and reputation and you have "bust" written all over it. He was drafted to sell tickets and to get ESPN talking about the Browns. I don't see him doing anything relevant in the NFL.