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Posted: Sunday, February 26th, 2017, 9:33 PM
by Doink
Well, it draft hype time for NFL prospects.

I watched the Senior bowl to watch Dobbs. Throws a 10 yard down and out and the rest were 5 yard hitches. The next QB throws a bomb first pass play for a TD. OUCH!!!

Josh Dobbs is playing catch-up in learning the QB position for the NFL. He had no FT QB coach. Did not take center snaps from center.
Can he execute a QB sneak? His passing accuracy is the question and the problem. Throw out the highs and lows of Dobbs's college career and putting the ball where it needs to be is not NFL caliber.

This pundit says this and some expert gives a good grade. Dobbs is
one of seven QB's invited to the Gruden camp. Gruden will say smart how many times? He can score close or hit 50 on the wonderlic test. Gets some hype. Quick learner. Great guy. Great ambassador.

The NFL is not a place to be a project. How many guys are duel threat QBs make it in the league? The guys who are accurate passers that's who.

Okay, maybe 1 out 32 drafts Dobbs in the late rounds. That does not mean he will make the cut. Nat Peterman is a better pro prospect. Dobbs can't make the accurate pass with no rush and Peterman can't make the accurate pass with a rush.

Maybe Dobbs should go to CFL. He got an engineering degree for his life's work and technology changes so this QB thing should be short term.

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