Markulous wrote:I really hope Miami wants this guy. That will make us the perfect candidate to trade back at 7 with someone like KC.
But who knows, really...He could pull a Clausen and fall pretty far.
Clausen fell more for his head than his physical ability. Tannehill's not a head case, not anything like Clausen. I really can't think of a comp for Tannehill. Not in the last 10 years anyway. He has all of the physical ability to be a starter, but his decision making and execution (especially beyond 10 yards) is spotty. It'd be one thing if he had been playing a while, but he's only played what 20 games at QB? THere's developmental upside there, but you just can't take that as a cornerstone piece.
Local radio sports talk had a a few NFl scouts being interviewed and just laughed at the Browns prehistoric and archaic game plan last year. They said it was a joke and pretty sad when you can sit there and predict play after play what was coming. Mccoy's struggles last year were all about having zero pass catchers who can get open, zero running game, horrible o-line and ridiculous game plan and play calling. If they get this over-rated wr/qb with very little experience and ability to be an impact player commensurate with a 4th overall pick there will be a mutiny of fans here. McCoy was NOT the problem last year. Completely unfair to judge him in the given circumstances.
Todd Mcshay is pimping him for the browns pick stating rb's and wr's dont win superbowls..Qb's do. So gamble on this raw, inexperienced athlete to turn into a stud qb, forget about the potential of Mccoy given the proper tools, and waste a high pick that SHOULD go to Best Player Available that would constitute tools for McCoy or any other Qb they can get down the line. Grabbing this guy at #4 is SUICIDE.
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