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Here is a fun comparison between two brothers in the NFL currently:

 

Player A

6'4"

269

40- 4.65

20- 2.72

10- 1.62

Bench- 24

Verticle- 36

Broad- 10'1"

Shuttle- 4.41

3-Cone- 7.37

 

Player B

6'1"

235

40- 4.68

20- 2.75

10- 1.60

Bench- 23

Verticle- 34

Broad- 10'1"

Shuttle- 4.22

3-Cone- 6.85

 

One is a drafted defensive end (this year) and one was an undrafted linebacker in 2016 who is also currently a free agent.

 

Now I'm not saying that the drafted player will be a bust, but his older brother hasn't stuck with a team with similar college production and similar measurables...

 

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So it's obviously Bradley Chubb and his brother Brandon. I don't think there's much correlation at all. Bradley got the height and weight gene though.

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How are they similar measurables?  most of the measurables listed are average for an NFL LB but outstanding for an NFL DE.

 

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Take away the height and weight and they are virtually the same.

 

Just thought it was a fun comparison, you guys take things too seriously sometimes! LOL

 

The 3 cone is where the older Chubb separated himself a bit though.

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On 5/15/2018 at 11:36 AM, Scott Pennock said:

Here is a fun comparison between two brothers in the NFL currently:

 

Player A

6'4"

269

40- 4.65

20- 2.72

10- 1.62

Bench- 24

Verticle- 36

Broad- 10'1"

Shuttle- 4.41

3-Cone- 7.37

 

Player B

6'1"

235

40- 4.68

20- 2.75

10- 1.60

Bench- 23

Verticle- 34

Broad- 10'1"

Shuttle- 4.22

3-Cone- 6.85

 

One is a drafted defensive end (this year) and one was an undrafted linebacker in 2016 who is also currently a free agent.

 

Now I'm not saying that the drafted player will be a bust, but his older brother hasn't stuck with a team with similar college production and similar measurables...

 

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