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Your way too early 2022 draft crush?


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1 minute ago, Catsfan69 said:

Lol Howell is no Russ or Drew.

If height is his only weakness these QBs make your argument invalid. He is the same height as Baker with more weight on him. Taller than Brees, Russ, Murray, one inch shorter than Lamar with 10 more pounds, and one inch shorter than Aaron Rodgers. So it’s a dumb argument. 

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1 minute ago, ForJimmy said:

If height is his only weakness these QBs make your argument invalid. He is the same height as Baker with more weight on him. Taller than Brees, Russ, Murray, one inch shorter than Lamar with 10 more pounds, and one inch shorter than Aaron Rodgers. So it’s a dumb argument. 

A. He's listed at 6'1

That means he could be 5'10 in actuality. 

 

Russ and Drew are exceptions. 

 

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This hints at lack of arm talent. 

 

Although he exhibits great accuracy, Howell needs to be more consistent. There were too many examples in the games studied where he underthrew, overthrew, or was wide of his intended target. This is potentially due to him trying too hard to generate velocity on passes, particularly further down the field and when trying to thread passes into tighter windows.

If he is to develop into a top-tier quarterback at the NFL level, Howell will need to read the entire field. He often locks onto one side, which results in him forcing throws to receivers that aren’t viable options.

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4 minutes ago, Catsfan69 said:

This hints at lack of arm talent. 

 

Although he exhibits great accuracy, Howell needs to be more consistent. There were too many examples in the games studied where he underthrew, overthrew, or was wide of his intended target. This is potentially due to him trying too hard to generate velocity on passes, particularly further down the field and when trying to thread passes into tighter windows.

If he is to develop into a top-tier quarterback at the NFL level, Howell will need to read the entire field. He often locks onto one side, which results in him forcing throws to receivers that aren’t viable options.

It actually does not. Overthrowing and underthrowing targets is just him being out of sync or not having his feet set. All the sites I see are high on his arm stating he can make all the throws. Learning the read the whole field would be his weakness. That’s concerning because of what we have in Darnold. 

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20 hours ago, ForJimmy said:

It actually does not. Overthrowing and underthrowing targets is just him being out of sync or not having his feet set. All the sites I see are high on his arm stating he can make all the throws. Learning the read the whole field would be his weakness. That’s concerning because of what we have in Darnold. 

He has an average NFL arm. His inconsistencies with throwing are likely the result of the myriad of mechanical issues with his throws. He needs a lot of polish to fix some of the bad habits he has.

Howell is only being discussed because of how weak this QB draft is. He is realistically a 2nd or 3rd round QB.

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I’d like to see us trade back out of our top 5 pick and draft someone like Malik Willis from Liberty and then take interior offensive lineman with our next 3 picks. Hopefully we can figure LT out with a trade or signing a FA. 

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On 10/24/2021 at 12:50 PM, Catsfan69 said:

This hints at lack of arm talent. 

 

Although he exhibits great accuracy, Howell needs to be more consistent. There were too many examples in the games studied where he underthrew, overthrew, or was wide of his intended target. This is potentially due to him trying too hard to generate velocity on passes, particularly further down the field and when trying to thread passes into tighter windows.

If he is to develop into a top-tier quarterback at the NFL level, Howell will need to read the entire field. He often locks onto one side, which results in him forcing throws to receivers that aren’t viable options.

No it doesn't, also what is it from? 

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6 hours ago, Newbie said:

I’d like to see us trade back out of our top 5 pick and draft someone like Malik Willis from Liberty and then take interior offensive lineman with our next 3 picks. Hopefully we can figure LT out with a trade or signing a FA. 

I would warn anyone who is a big fan of Willis to go look at his performances in losses. It isn't pretty.

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Just now, kungfoodude said:

I would warn anyone who is a big fan of Willis to go look at his performances in losses. It isn't pretty.

I watched him in all three losses and he still looked better than Darnold.

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