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Jason Whitlock's Top 10 NFL truths - Nate Davis

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Take this all with a very large grain of salt. The reason he alludes to at the end of his article is because Nate Davis Ethnicity. The same reason he predicted Nate Davis would be the best QB out of college.

Jason Whitlock became famous playing the race card and does it often and most times inappropriately. My brother is a huge KC fan, lives in KC, and he has been sending me this clowns garbage for years.

With that said Nate Davis is looking like he could be a very solid QB in this league and I am very excited he is on our roster. But we will have to wait and see how he handles an offense when the other team is game planning against him before we get to ahead of ourselves. Go slow with the young man.
I would love for Davis to emerge at the end of the season as our future QB. It seems like he has all the tools. Not only that, but we would be able to use the 2 first rounders to bolster our pass rush, OL, or WR depending on the Crabtree situation.
Originally posted by nj49erfan:
Take this all with a very large grain of salt. The reason he alludes to at the end of his article is because Nate Davis Ethnicity. The same reason he predicted Nate Davis would be the best QB out of college.

Jason Whitlock became famous playing the race card and does it often and most times inappropriately. My brother is a huge KC fan, lives in KC, and he has been sending me this clowns garbage for years.

With that said Nate Davis is looking like he could be a very solid QB in this league and I am very excited he is on our roster. But we will have to wait and see how he handles an offense when the other team is game planning against him before we get to ahead of ourselves. Go slow with the young man.

so what race is he? cant tell if he's black or hispanic.
Originally posted by Rikimaru03:
Originally posted by nj49erfan:
Take this all with a very large grain of salt. The reason he alludes to at the end of his article is because Nate Davis Ethnicity. The same reason he predicted Nate Davis would be the best QB out of college.

Jason Whitlock became famous playing the race card and does it often and most times inappropriately. My brother is a huge KC fan, lives in KC, and he has been sending me this clowns garbage for years.

With that said Nate Davis is looking like he could be a very solid QB in this league and I am very excited he is on our roster. But we will have to wait and see how he handles an offense when the other team is game planning against him before we get to ahead of ourselves. Go slow with the young man.

so what race is he? cant tell if he's black or hispanic.

He does kinda look like Al B. Sure! LOL Fa real, he's a brutha, Kev.
J Whitlock is a "hit or miss" columnist.

His "hit" articles are fcukin hilarious:

Pitino ran into the biggest dynasty in sports

This is why athletes should never marry

But the "miss" articles really drive you to say "WTF was that?"

[ Edited by Jigga on Sep 11, 2009 at 15:37:28 ]
I believe Jason Whitlock went to Ball State so factor that in as well
If Whitlock has actually followed Nate through his college days then I'd agree Whitlock should know know what he's talking about. So many speak of Davis without having a clue.

I'm sure there are quite a few other QBs from Whitlock's school. He didn't support those other QBs through the years. Nate Davis is the shining star.

WTF...let that developing star shine bright.

[ Edited by XrayEcho on Sep 12, 2009 at 09:25:19 ]
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Originally posted by Rikimaru03:
Originally posted by nj49erfan:
Take this all with a very large grain of salt. The reason he alludes to at the end of his article is because Nate Davis Ethnicity. The same reason he predicted Nate Davis would be the best QB out of college.

Jason Whitlock became famous playing the race card and does it often and most times inappropriately. My brother is a huge KC fan, lives in KC, and he has been sending me this clowns garbage for years.

With that said Nate Davis is looking like he could be a very solid QB in this league and I am very excited he is on our roster. But we will have to wait and see how he handles an offense when the other team is game planning against him before we get to ahead of ourselves. Go slow with the young man.

so what race is he? cant tell if he's black or hispanic.

If memory serves me cporrectly I believe his is part both. But I know for a fact he is part Hispanic.
Originally posted by Daniel2778:
Great, we are going to have a 4 way competition at training camp next year for the starting qb. hill, smith, davis, and probably another draft pick qb

No were not next year Hill will start Davis will back him up and Colt McCoy will sit and learn. We will trade Smith to Norv down in San Diego for a 6th round pick.
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by 9erfan4life:


Wait who is Jason Whitlock and why should I care what he says?

Dont care what he says, he is a moron some of the worst articles ive read about football or sports has been by this moron.

He thinks Jeff George can still play in the NFL today

I do like Nate Davis tho, and we should let him sit this year and learn the game and next year let him compete for playing time

Smartest thing to do I have heard re: NDavis!
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
Gotta admit, i'm pretty excited about Davis' potential. He has natural raw talent.
Originally posted by Daniel2778:
Great, we are going to have a 4 way competition at training camp next year for the starting qb. hill, smith, davis, and probably another draft pick qb

And Hill or Smith will be going the way of the Huard.
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
Originally posted by teeohh:
I believe that Nate Davis is THE CHOSEN ONE


I believe Nate Davis is the future
Teach him well and let him lead the way
Show them all the beauty he possesses inside
Give him a sense of pride to make it easier
Let Nate Davis' laughter remind us how we used to be
Everybody searching for a hero
People need someone to look up to
I never found anyone to fulfill my needs
A lonely place to be
So I learned to depend on Nate Davis

Look, if the sports world didn't operate under the control of a sports-media dictatorship, I wouldn't have to provide you the context. A powerful, unbiased, independent journalist would've traveled to Ball State during the summer and talked with the man who recruited Tom Brady to Michigan (Brady Hoke) and the man who coached Tom Brady at Michigan (Ball State offensive coordinator Stan Parrish).

Hoke and Parrish can put Nate Davis in context more effectively than I can.

Nate Davis has the tools to be better than Tom Brady. Hoke and Parrish will tell you that, and they absolutely adore Tom Brady.


Whitlock Bleacher Report 9/26/08
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
Originally posted by teeohh:
I believe that Nate Davis is THE CHOSEN ONE


I believe Nate Davis is the future
Teach him well and let him lead the way
Show them all the beauty he possesses inside
Give him a sense of pride to make it easier
Let Nate Davis' laughter remind us how we used to be
Everybody searching for a hero
People need someone to look up to
I never found anyone to fulfill my needs
A lonely place to be
So I learned to depend on Nate Davis

Look, if the sports world didn't operate under the control of a sports-media dictatorship, I wouldn't have to provide you the context. A powerful, unbiased, independent journalist would've traveled to Ball State during the summer and talked with the man who recruited Tom Brady to Michigan (Brady Hoke) and the man who coached Tom Brady at Michigan (Ball State offensive coordinator Stan Parrish).

Hoke and Parrish can put Nate Davis in context more effectively than I can.

Nate Davis has the tools to be better than Tom Brady. Hoke and Parrish will tell you that, and they absolutely adore Tom Brady.


Whitlock Bleacher Report 9/26/08

Great read and thanks for drumming this informtation up. Go Niners!!!
I believe philosophically that Nate should have ome time to build his skills but he is not getting overwhelmed from what I saw and I want him to play for a damn good reason. I love watching him play. I think that is a good enough reason to want to play him some. I do think that is loading too much pressure on him, not that he could not handle it. I think he might be able to be the wide guy in our dull razor err puttytat offense. I think he would be the perfect choice to get the ball deep. I get the impression that Josh Morgan is going to play a vital part in this game as I think his blocking is going to rip the vikings like the Seahawks and I think we are going to see some variations of that on wide pitches to Gore especially if they start pinching in to stop the inside runs. I find it funny that some people thought Gore was too slow to run outside. I think the vikings defense may have some problems as the niners have some massive dudes on the OL and I think they could move the vikings around and it won't be pretty if Gore gets loose. What we saw on the Raiders like the running and pass defense are showing up in season games, just sort of spotty but experience should even it out and the physical capability to take it out on the vikings etc is there IMO.