@Robert this seems to be how the league thinks. The Bills draft Cardale Jones and are going to end up running him because he's black. It's racism. He's the best goddamn QB in this draft & a bunch of rich white guys are sitting on their perch throwing low-key racist diatribes against him. He was a terrible option QB because God put him on this @[email protected] planet to throw @[email protected] TD's. He got benched so Elliot would have a better time in the running game, because Barret was an Option QB that had the speed to make the defense respect the option; yet they hold it against him?
HAHAHA. Giants get a C for Eli Apple who is arguably the worst pick of the 1st round and Dallas gets a D for Zeke Elliot despite actually NFL coaches, retired players, and real analysts all praising the pick of Elliott. Walter Football is a joke. Your mocks were trash leading up to the draft. The site has become a waste of a click.
Orson Charles: Orson Charles never had a chance to go in the first round because of his height. He may now have to settle for the latter half of Round 2 because of his 40, though there is some speculation that his time was adversely affected by windy conditions. Detractors can just say that he should have run at the Combine - a decision that is now looking even more dubious.
Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri: Michael Egnew improved his Combine vertical of 36 to 37.5.
Beau Reliford: Beau Reliford didn't do anything at his Pro Day because of a sports hernia.
Adrien Robinson, TE, Cincinnati: It's a shame Adrien Robinson wasn't invited to the Combine because he would have been the biggest winner out of all the tight ends. In addition to the numbers posted above, he notched an 11-3 broad jump. Robinson caught just 12 balls (three touchdowns) in his only season as a starter at Cincinnati, so he's really raw. He could generate interest in the late rounds because of his potential and athleticism, however.