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Just now, stitches said:

The reality is... it doesn't matter unless you are going to be building the offense around their running game... anything under 4.9 is alright... but QBs usually don't run 40 yards. 

Yeah I get it. I always wondered why it was important for a QB to be super fast.

Just now, stitches said:

The reality is... it doesn't matter unless you are going to be building the offense around their running game... anything under 4.9 is alright... but QBs usually don't run 40 yards. 

Yeah I get it. I always wondered why it was important for a QB to be super fast.

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You’re being too picky at that point. I can not stress enough that this is a new era for the Colts. Daniel Jeremiah mentioned this on his podcast but this is the first time in 20+ years we don’t have

I want the QB. A few reasons why.   1) Yes, the QB could bust. So could any other player at any other position. No one is bust proof. And eventually you have to draft a guy that you can buil

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13 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

I'd be happy spending pick No.34 on him, given how much Frank's system loves TEs. He could be as good as Gronk as an all round TE with good catching abilities, who also went early Round 2. We will get far more out of him than most WRs we draft, IMO.

Not in this draft. at 34 you will get WRs that in most years would go in the 1st. I like Kmet but I probably wouldn't spend 34 on him. 

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WRs running 40

 

Brandon Aiyuk 4.51

Omar Bayless 4.62

Tony Brown 4.68

Marquez Callaway 4.63  ... 4.56

Quintez Cephus 4.73 (is the track slow this year? those times are not great)

Chase Claypool 4.45 great time for Claypool

Tyrie Cleveland 4.47

Isaiah Coulter 4.46

Gabriel Davis 4.54

Quartney Davis 4.55

Devin Duvernay 4.40

Chris Finke 4.57

Aaron Fuller 4.64

Antonio Gandy-Golden 4.60

Antonio Gibson 4.40

Stephen Guidry 4.48

John Hightower 4.44

KJ Hill 4.60

Isaiah Hodgins 4.61

Thrishton Jackson 4.52

Justin Jefferson 4.44 (yep , he's a 4.4 athlete, nice... ) 

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Defjamz26 said:

Claypool just made some money. 4.45 for a guy they were talking about moving to TE

I heard on some podcas that the talk about moving to TE is premature and that he just drank a lot of water the day of the weigh in. 

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21 minutes ago, stitches said:

WRs running 40

 

Brandon Aiyuk 4.51

Omar Bayless 4.62

Tony Brown 4.68

Marquez Callaway 4.63  

Quintez Cephus 4.73 (is the track slow this year? those times are not great)

Chase Claypool 4.45 great time for Claypool

Tyrie Cleveland 4.47

Isaiah Coulter 4.46

Gabriel Davis 4.54

Quartney Davis 4.55

Devin Duvernay 4.40

Chris Finke 4.57

Aaron Fuller 4.64

Antonio Gandy-Golden 4.60

Antonio Gibson 4.40

Stephen Guidry 4.48

John Hightower 4.44

KJ Hill 4.60

Isaiah Hodgins 4.61

Thrishton Jackson 4.52

Justin Jefferson 4.44 (yep , he's a 4.4 athlete, nice... ) 

 

 

 

The indy track is considered slow.

 

Gandy Golden really needed to break 4.5 to be a day 2 draft pick.  Good for the Colts because he will be a 4th or 5th round WR now.

 

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1 minute ago, Coffeedrinker said:

The indy track is considered slow.

 

Gandy Golden really needed to break 4.5 to be a day 2 draft pick.  Good for the Colts because he will be a 4th or 5th round WR now.

 

On the other hand Justin Jefferson might move into R1. 

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Just now, Defjamz26 said:

Remember I said to watch him lol. 5-star recruit. Parents are athletes too.


Good WRs that can catch that are top notch athletes, are better than top notch athletes that are above average WRs, which he is, IMO.

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1 minute ago, Fisticuffs111 said:

Haven’t see Jordan Love in the throwing portion yet?

He's in the other group, I think... There are 2 groups of receivers and 2 groups of QBs. 

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1 hour ago, stitches said:

The reality is... it doesn't matter unless you are going to be building the offense around their running game... anything under 4.9 is alright... but QBs usually don't run 40 yards. Mahomes was 4.80 and he's one of the most mobile QBs in the league. 

I'd say Mahomes is a "scrambler", and not really a "running" dual threat QB though. Hurts IMO will be more of a dual threat. 

 

1 hour ago, Chloe6124 said:

What is considered good for a QB? I hope Herbert tears it up lol.

Fromm and Eason are slow.

Dual threat QBs IMO need to be 4.6 or better IMO. Scrambler 4.8s or better. 

If you're above 4.9, you might be a statue, depending on your agility skills.

Some slow QBs at least have "shake", or have enough size and pocket presence to either avoid, or function with guys hitting them or crawling all over them. 

 

JB is 4.94 by the way. Luck was 4.67. Manning was 4.8. Lamar Jackson is 4.34 (obscene). 

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