JSkinnz doesn't think that.
But from your posts you seem to imply that you know better than they do. And THAT'S what he's noting.
Not that you have access to the same information. But you jump to conclusions based on your views and then try to sell them here as just as valid as what a pro scout will tell you.
For example, I wonder if you saw the video on the Scouts talking about Clark? Because they'll tell you what you need to know. And that video says your views are seriously wrong.
My biggest concern with him is footwork which just simply does not exist at times and that he relies to much on his long arms. His long arms bailed him out from time to time in college. I don't see that happening against superior competition in the NFL. He has his share of good blocks, Its nowhere near all bad and the thing he has going most for him is his mobility in my opinion but his technique is all over the place and he lacks strength
-Anchors against bull rushers well
-Stays flat towards LOS in pass protection to often in stead of facing sideline creating a wall between the rusher and the QB (thereby creating a natural running lane or a place for Luck to step into the pocket)
-Change of direction is limited. Moves one way well but if a defender crosses back across his face the other way he struggles to recover...I tend to think this is a coordination issue or footwork isssue more than just the fact that he is not capable because of lack of agility...I actually think he is capable physically with practice
-More than mobile enough to get to the 2nd level but can struggle to find the Linebacker sometimes
-Hands are all over the place at times.
-And of course lack of NFL caliber strength which I'm not concerned about provided he stays healthy and committed in the weight room. Its normal for this to be an issue with most college players
Funny how you disect generalities in your first paragraph yet your second is one giant generality. Pot meet kettle.
Great teams mask their weaknesses fairly well actually. Denver masked its shoddy QB play last season by running a low-tempo, ball control offense. New England masked it's lack of a rushing attack by having Brady sit back in a quick passing offense.
Hello my Name is Robin. And i'm from Denmark. even though i've been member on this forum for a long time, and the old one as well. I would like to Introduce myself. I became a Colts fan in 2007, when I watched my first NFL game. My brother introduced me to NFL, the superbowl between Colts & Bears, And as we all know the Bears scored first, so I had to rude for the "underdogs".. and from that day on I was hooked. I've watched every game since, even the primetime games, that starts 2:30 in Denmark, it's a long day working with no sleep but damn its worth it. Can't wait for my next big Colts adventure, when I get to see them playing in London
I have been a fan since 1984 when I became an early teen and really started to understand the game. Colts moved to Indianapolis in 1984 and eventhough we stunk for a while, things obviously got better. We traded for Dickerson in 1987 and won the Division, then we had Harbaugh's magical season in 1995, the Peyton ERA where winning 12 games was a piece of cake + winning a SB in 2006, now the Andrew ERA where we have already had 3 11 win seasons and a deep Playoff run.