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I think that Ohio St has to give people certain titles in order to give them a certain amount of money.
Well, one big factor is that there are some pretty bad QBs that make NFL rosters and I don't think a team that does not run a good percentage of read option would draft him or invite him to camp. For OSU fans, does JT have a weaker arm than Krenzel or Tomczak? I don't think so. I think JT's downfield passing is just really inconsistent. Having a long career as a backup is JT's ceiling.
Ohio St would have to pay Herman a lot more money to get him to stay at OSU instead of Houston not just a little bit more. It was a good move on Herman's part
I had the Panthers, Texans, Cowboys, or Seahawks. I think that he needs to go to a team where he can be a 3rd stringer for at least one year to work on his downfield passing and I think he needs to go to a team that plays plenty of read option. More spread option than a pure spread
I forgot about the Rickenbacker Airport
One and five would be the hardest. I think they could build a huge building in the Gahanna or New Albany area and still be close to the airport, but I don't know of any existing buildings that size. A shuttle to work could be built, maybe, but that is about it.
Lamar Jackson would be more ideal but he is going in the 1-2 round. This mock has him going at 15 https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/news/2018-nfl-mock-draft-broncos-take-baker-mayfield-jets-pass-on-a-quarterback/
I don't think JT would replace D Anderrson this coming year. Eventually, the Panthers would want more of a spread QB who could run some read option. JT needs at least a year at 3rd string. I think JT poor downfield passing is due to inaccuracy and a slightly weak arm. Those are things that can be improved. He's extremely accurate on the short stuff though
No team will spend a 1st or 2nd to be a backup QB for a franchise QB
That was a big question I had. They were talking about 50,000 new employees, so I assumed being a shipping hub would be a big factor, but I guess that it is not
That's the number one team I thought would draft JT. They have Derek Anderson as their 2nd string QB. If Newton goes down, they have to throw out a huge chunk of their playbook. They would have a harder time utilizing McCaffery and Samuel, also. I could see the Texans, Cowboys, or Seahawks drafting JT also
If he gets one of his small hands on the football, that's good enough for a DB.
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Prince to left tackle is strange given how much pass protection was an issue during his soph year. He has really improved, but still, I dunno. A lot of people think he will go there. Did you guys hear something?
It might have been good for McCall to do a dirty bulking year., but yeah, he's a speed guy
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Spread offenses give QBs quick easy throws. Spread option offenses will simplify the pass defense more for the QB.
Running the option and RPOs were JT's strengths
I still say JT is drafted and will make a team. He'll provide good depth on a spread option team like the Panthers, Seahawks, Cowboys, etc
I don't understand why McLaurin would. McLaurin is becoming an ideal Z for this offense. You kind of have to take a hybrid to fill that position b/c he will have to block, be effective on screens, and they can get involved in the run game like the H it's just rare. He is also turning into an effective deep threat--the traditional role of a Z. It usually takes time to develop
Wow. Another awesome post. You the man, Mr Mustard!!!
I've seen Skip Bayless take Ohio St's side before b/c he like to be a contrarian. Start rooting for another team Skip.