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Thread: 2014 NFL Draft Position Rankings Thread

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    Draft 2014 NFL Draft Position Rankings Thread

    Just wanted to give a quick intro about myself.. I played in college for a little and I'm finishing up school so I can intern with the Chiefs scouting department. I am in the process of completing my position rankings now. I have most of the rankings complete, but I need to add Day 3-UDFA into the rankings. I hope to have this completed before the Senior Bowl and will post everything in here. Thanks!
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    Send it to the Dolphins, they could use it.
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    What a cool internship. Maybe someday you'll be working for the Dolphins!
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    Quarterbacks

    1. Derek Carr Fresno State top 10
    2. Teddy Bridgewater Louisville 1st
    3. Blake Bortles UCF 1st-2nd
    4. Jimmy Garoppolo Eastern Illinois 2nd
    5. David Fales San Jose State 2nd
    6. AJ McCarron Alabama 2nd
    7. Johnny Manziel Texas A&M 3rd
    8. Brett Smith Wyoming 3rd
    9. Zach Mettenberger LSU 3rd
    10. Bryn Renner North Carolina 4th
    11. Aaron Murray Georgia 4th
    12. Tajh Boyd Clemson 4th
    13. Sean Mannion Oregon State 6th
    14. Jeff Mathews Cornell UDFA
    15. Logan Thomas Virginia Tech UDFA
    16. Garrett Gilbert SMU UDFA
    17. Tom Savage Pittsburgh UDFA
    18. Keith Wenning Ball State UDFA
    19. Keith Price Washington UDFA
    20. Stephen Morris Miami UDFA
    21. Dustin Vaughan West Texas A&M UDFA
    22. Adam Kennedy Arkansas State UDFA
    23. Connor Shaw South Carolina UDFA
    24. Casey Pachall TCU UDFA
    25. Kenny Guiton Ohio State UDFA
    26. Tyler Russell Mississippi State UDFA
    27. Chase Rettig Boston College UDFA
    28. Brock Jensen North Dakota State UDFA
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    derek carr first quarterback. mccarron over manziel?
    your rankings is ..................................... different.
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    Connor Shaw had 24 TDs AND 1 INT all season, 64% completion at 8.5 yards a pop. Too low imo.
    Tom Savage, while his decision making is not good, he has an excuse, he sat for 2 years as ineligible. This is a prototype strong arm pocket passer, ideal for prostyle offense a la Flacco, Eli, etc. Too low imo.
    Tajh Boyd is too low as well imo. The three read option QBs in this draft, Bortles, Manziel, and Boyd are probably best choices for teams in the league as it stands now. In addition to read option and running ability, all 3 are great leaders and can sling it. Too low imo.
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    Ryan tannehill...like a boss

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    bortles may be able to run the read option but if he plans on making a living off of it well good luck...he's not even a tannehill level athlete...he's not tannehills level at anything frankly...athletically throwing on the move accuracy presnap reads

    and he's not a stand in the pocket and deliver guy in the face of pressure...it shocks me that people would trade tannehill for that guy...this boards way too damn low on our qb
    hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    bortles may be able to run the read option but if he plans on making a living off of it well good luck...he's not even a tannehill level athlete...he's not tannehills level at anything frankly...athletically throwing on the move accuracy presnap reads

    and he's not a stand in the pocket and deliver guy in the face of pressure...it shocks me that people would trade tannehill for that guy...this boards way too damn low on our qb
    Our QB is legit
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    I disagree. I don't think our QB is either a prostyle pocket passer or read option threat. He is really not a threat, does not create mismatches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ProStyle View Post
    I disagree. I don't think our QB is either a prostyle pocket passer or read option threat. He is really not a threat, does not create mismatches.
    I've seen Tannehill pull a few down for runs of 30+ yards. And make clutch throws when pocket, when given ample time.
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