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Revenge of the Nerds -- QB Edition

What do all 3 of our QBs have in common (besides the obvious)

High Wonderlic scores

Alex -- 40
Tolzien -- 38
Kaepernick -- 37

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonderlic_Test

Of course, it don't mean squat when the bullets are flying but it is an interesting tidbit and, IMHO, shows that Harbs is looking for cerebral QBs.


All three are athletic. Tolzien didn't have the greatest 40 time but tied for second in the 20 yard shuttle.

http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/2011/nfl-combine-results.cfm?sort=shuttle20&pos=QB

It would seem that a QB running around in the pocket would need to run only about 20 yards while dodging DL, LBs, etc.

Tolzien's 3 cone tied for 3rd (that would also seem to be a better measure for a QB)

http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/2011/nfl-combine-results.cfm?sort=threecone&pos=QB



Plutonium Grade Raw Material?

Time will tell
ok...
so to sum it up, they are going to suck and take 7 years to develop .
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
ok...

Not even a cool story bro
DIDN'T READ, LOL.

  • Paul
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And Dan Marino scored a 14
Originally posted by stunder49:
so to sum it up, they are going to suck and take 7 years to develop .

Ha ha funny me thinks.
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
ok...

Not even a cool story bro

idk im speechless
  • Shemp
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Book Smart ≠ Football Smart
Originally posted by Shaj:
Book Smart ≠ Football Smart
fin
Originally posted by Muggins879:
DIDN'T READ, LOL.


great pic
Originally posted by Shaj:
Book Smart ≠ Football Smart

You have proved that beyond all doubt.
Originally posted by Paul:
And Dan Marino scored a 14

BUT he could really spin the ball
Did Read!
















I immediately regret that decision
[ Edited by adacosta24 on Sep 9, 2011 at 6:27 AM ]