robinson is a specialist, RB/WR...hes a weapon with an arm. Theyll get him involved over there, thees not much room at RB with gore running the show now.
No way that 4.7 is legit.....hes much faster than that on the field....Russle can run a 4.75.
Funny alot of listings I have of Smiths 40 time is 4.60.
I dont like it, yeah he can be good but he needs to be quarterback.
Hines can play anywhere on the field and DID at Georgia... if we got thin at safety i'd put him there too in a pinch ala troy brown at corner
Matt Jones never would of made it as a quarter back and everyone knew it... hell he hasnt done much as a WR but i think he can pan out, he's a great athelete
Now Randle El was an amazing QB at indiana, i mean he played qb and returned punts, you dont get to see that too often!!!
Mike Robinson never really got a fair shake, there was no reason he shoulda been behind Zach Mills, hell he souldnt of even been at PSU... he was highly recruited by V-Tech but was talked out of it by Mike Vick...and who did V-Tech grant a scholarship to the following season... the ever-so-loveable Marcus Vick, if Robinson coulda had the chances Marc. Vick had at V-tech he would a been a top 4 qb last year maybe even taken after Leinhart and B4 Cutler!!!
My point is that Troy Smith doesn really fit the mold of the qbs mentioned by K-train, these were run first/ option guys (maybe not Jones AS MUCH) i think and hope he will have a solid career in the nfl if given a chance...
Brett Favre - 6'2
Tom Brady - 6'4
Peyton Manning - 6'5
Donovon McNabb - 6'2
Ben Roethlisberger - 6'5
Carson Palmer - 6'5
Matt Leinert - 6'5
This years class:
Jemarcus Russell - 6'6
Brady Quinn - 6'4
Are you starting to get the picture? Teams are generally looking for bigger QB's for better arm strength and better durability. Does that mean a smaller guy can't succeed? NO! But smaller guys present more of a RISK!
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