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17 hours ago, Panthercougar68 said:

From what I’m gathering the Colts have had a terrible camp, wonder how that translates into our joint sessions.

Their defense is still really good which should give us a great read on our offense. Both of the teams we are having joint practices with have good defenses. 

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5 hours ago, trueblade said:

And in Chicago...

 

I have said 100 times on here I am far from an NFL scout but I watch a ton of NFL and college football and Fields to me looked like the real deal.  I sure as hell hope they know what they are doing because I watched 80% of his games at OSU and all he did was win.    My only guess is that once the coaches and scouts from a ton of teams started breaking down his game they saw some stuff that spooked them.  I just kindof have a gut feeling we have another Mahoomes type scenario here.

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9 minutes ago, mrcompletely11 said:

I have said 100 times on here I am far from an NFL scout but I watch a ton of NFL and college football and Fields to me looked like the real deal.  I sure as hell hope they know what they are doing because I watched 80% of his games at OSU and all he did was win.    My only guess is that once the coaches and scouts from a ton of teams started breaking down his game they saw some stuff that spooked them.  I just kindof have a gut feeling we have another Mahoomes type scenario here.

I really hope he didn’t drop because of his epilepsy diagnosis.  If so, the Bears maybe getting the last laugh.  Why else would he fall?

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54 minutes ago, 1usctrojan said:

I really hope he didn’t drop because of his epilepsy diagnosis.  If so, the Bears maybe getting the last laugh.  Why else would he fall?

 

I'm not sure I would call it a drop. He did go 11th. But I get what you mean. From top of the draft, to 11th, is kinda a fur piece. lol

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