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He’s either going to be fantastic or crash and burn. I don’t see an in between for this guy.
PFF loves spread QBs.
Spread QBs have easier routes and less thinking to do. Most spreads only require simple reads and throws.
I am not saying Baker isnt talented, but its all context.
He's not going top 5. He'll probably go six to the Jets
The dude knows how to ball. If he was a couple inches taller he’d be the number one pick no questions asked.
I really hope we get him. The first game I watched of him was against Ohio State this year. I was sold from that point on him.
I’d rather sit him down and tell him to be a professional than Hope I can reach Josh Allen to hit his receivers in the hands.
The more I read about him, the more I think he may be the guy for us. I can't recall where I heard it, but someone stated that we need to not draft projects and start drafting players that have proven that they can produce. Mayfield has proven he can produce and it's not just one read and go. Also, unlike many other mobile QBs, he's a passer first, runner second. Rosen has injury issues that concern me greatly. (Andrew Luck anyone?) Darnold may be a good choice, but then we definitely need to let him sit for a year or two after his fumbling issues early in the season. Sorry, a bit of concern for me. Of course, this all depends on what they think of Webb as the potential future of the franchise.
Andrew Luck is what happens when your GM completely ignores the offensive line. Eventually you're not going to get up. Luck didn't have any injury concerns coming into the draft the way Rosen does. Apples and oranges.
Let me make this more clear: I never meant to say that Luck had an injury history. My comparison was more about the past season where Luck was lost for the year due to injury and the colts basically fell apart. My concern with Rosen is that he has an injury history now and, to me at least, this means they'll get hurt more often. I don't want to start a new era wondering if our new QB will survive the preseason let alone the regular season.
At this point, it's going to come down to how his medicals look at the combine, if he comes out clean, he's going to stay in the top three. If not, we could see a slide of Brady Quinn/Aaron Rodgers proportions, if not worse.
we definitely need to let him sit for a year or two after his fumbling issues early in the season
This is fine, the Giants can afford to draft a project. They have Eli Manning, most teams drafting a quarterback this high do not have that luxury
I really am leaning towards Mayfield as our guy (assuming Cleveland does not draft him first). The numbers laid out in this article make the case for themselves, but he also seems like a guy that could benefit from a year of grooming from Patty S and Shula and mentor-ship from Eli.
of course he's the #1 overall pick. if he was 2 inches taller he would be billed as a once in a generation player coming into the draft. he's not falling out of the top 6.
A lot of us saw him as the top pick. You can't watch Mayfield and not see scary NFL potential. The fact that people actually had Josh Allen on their boards ahead of him is what made me realize people don't watch games.
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