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Trey Lance on nfl network as if 12pm est


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20 minutes ago, panthers34 said:

Interesting Panther related broadcast notes. 
 

“you know DJ Moore would have caught that one” referring to a well thrown red zone fade that was off the finger tips of the receiver.

 

Just as important as "DJ Moore would've caught that" is "DJ Moore wouldn't have nearly blown his Achilles trying to go get that one"

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Great arm, great mobility, struggled throwing to the right sidelines a bit. I believe this isn’t going to be the draft class with 4 QBs gone before 8. We can sit at 8 and grab him I believe. 
 

I’d rather trade up for Fields at 3. Will settle for Lance at 8. 

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11 minutes ago, Jesse said:

We haven't had a QB that can rip it since 2017.. It's been long enough. I'd be happy with any of the top 4 QBs.

Cam was very good in 2017 but I wouldn't describe what he was doing as ripping it lol his arm by that Eagles game was already looking kinda bad

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Man...I can't wait for the draft day to get here already.  Whether it's Deshaun or a rookie, we are getting a new starting QB, can't wait to see who that is going to be.

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27 minutes ago, SteveSmithTD89 said:

My favorite aspect of this pro day was the tidbit mentioned by Daniel Jeremiah during the broadcast. 

During the off-season Lance's QB coach, Quincy Avery, reached out to a bunch of NFL scouts, execs, insiders etc. They complied a list of what they called "QB needy" teams. 

Lance and Avery then broke down film together of all those teams and then crafted this entire workout with throws, plays, reads etc that are prevalent in those teams' offenses. 

Absolutely brilliant move to endear yourself to a team by showing you can run their offense and make their throws. I'm sure the coaches love the attention to detail and commitment to incorporating those throws and concepts as well. 

If we end up drafting this guy more people are gonna start reading up on him and fall in love. Dude just has that “it” factor. Physical traits aside he is a GREAT person and eager to learn and be coached. 

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Lance def had several Sunday throws that not every prospect is capable of dropping in. He did have some overthrows and a few off-target too. Footwork looked solid, his movement from under center and "shotgun" looked great and he threw with a purpose on the run. He also had a few "ooooohs and ahhhs" kind of pretty throws too.

As long as folks are patient with him, no reason he won't be a great pick for us long-term. 

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The kid definitely has a powerful arm. The physical tools are there. 
 

Lack of experience worries me a lot. 
 

BTW...is this Rhule and Brady?

 

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Not going hard for the kid but he has too many flat passes. He is not going to get that kind of throw in the NFL with the pass rush. He has all the tools and talent but too many things to learn and improve. Not sure I want to use the 8 on him.

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I loved everything about him 

and, didn’t get to see running or other normal combine skills

very calm demeanor.  Strong. Very strong.  Yes he missed a few to the right but in fairness he hasn’t played but one game this year 

there is no way the Falcons are passing on him 

thete is also no way the Falcons would trade with the panthers either 

btw, I read an interesting projection that the Falcons are trading Ryan, their top d player and several number one picks for Watson 

that little mean nothing win against Washington sure is going to cost a great deal  stupid  

 

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5 minutes ago, Tbe said:

The kid definitely has a powerful arm. The physical tools are there. 
 

Lack of experience worries me a lot. 
 

BTW...is this Rhule and Brady?

 

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Yes 

 

fritterer was there too.  As were the Falcons. Detroit.  Denver

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