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  • #61
    Originally posted by FuzzyGopher View Post
    I lol'd when I saw Mallet's 40. It's even funnier when you consider that guys are usually timed faster at their pro days than they are at the combine. Not that speed really matters for a QB, but god damn is that slow.
    He should have stood on his DNP from the combine.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by FUNBUNCHER View Post
      Mallett has functional mobility, he wasn't a gimme sack against SEC defenses.

      But rolling out of the pocket extending plays is not his game. Moving laterally, most DTs run him down easily.
      He was a gimme sack in the SEC. Functional mobility indicates that he can in fact walk, but the guy is an absolute mess in the pocket.

      His 40 time is irrelevant as his is vertical. I think he and Brady both have 24" verticals.

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      • #63
        I'd like to see Charlie Sheen in a foot race against Mallett. First one to cross the finish line gets a gigantic pile of blow.

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        • #64
          Originally posted by FuzzyGopher View Post
          I'd like to see Charlie Sheen in a foot race against Mallett. First one to cross the finish line gets a gigantic pile of blow.
          Who wins in a foot race... Mallett or Pat Williams?

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          • #65
            Mallett wins, Pat can't run 40 yards.

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            • #66
              Andre Smith's man boobs 5.28
              Mallett 5.37
              Good lord

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              • #67
                Mallett is ******* 6'7". His "poor" 40 time was pretty much expected and is irrelevant due to his position.

                He isn't great in the pocket but his lack of elite athleticism didn't stop him from throwing for 32 TDs this season.

                He also ran for 7 TDs throughout his career.
                "I'm Ko Simpson!"

                - Ko Simpson

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by wonderbredd24 View Post
                  He was a gimme sack in the SEC. Functional mobility indicates that he can in fact walk, but the guy is an absolute mess in the pocket.

                  His 40 time is irrelevant as his is vertical. I think he and Brady both have 24" verticals.
                  Mallett was sacked 25 times last season.
                  Newton - sacked 23 times.
                  Gabbert - 23 sacks.
                  Ponder - 23
                  Dalton - 8 times.
                  Locker - 19.

                  Mallett's footwork will be key for him, making split second reads and getting rid of the football. He simply won't be able to buy much time in the pocket.

                  You'd think Mallett would be hard to tackle at 6'7, 250+#, but when a tackler hits him, he's goes DOWN.

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by Babylon View Post
                    He should have stood on his DNP from the combine.
                    Made me chuckle.

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                    • #70
                      ESPN reporting Mallett with a 5.375 40 time, ouch!! No wonder he got caught from behind every time he ran in the SEC.

                      How did Fairley do in his drills though today? He seriously needed to post a better pro day workout than Newton. He will have to show a better motor & quickness imo.

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by LizardState View Post
                        ESPN reporting Mallett with a 5.375 40 time, ouch!! No wonder he got caught from behind every time he ran in the SEC.
                        It's a shame no other conference is quite fast enough to keep up with that kind of speed.

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by FuzzyGopher View Post
                          I'd like to see Charlie Sheen in a foot race against Mallett. First one to cross the finish line gets a gigantic pile of blow.
                          With Charlie you'd have to add a couple of young blondes at the finish line and then you'd see some wheels from him.

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by DraftBreakdown View Post
                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-e9jrQ8iQo

                            There's a video of Prosinski
                            a five minute video opposed to 28 minutes with the same number of plays.

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by Babylon View Post
                              With Charlie you'd have to add a couple of young blondes at the finish line and then you'd see some wheels from him.
                              Would Charlie wear WILD THING VAUGHN, VATICAN ASSASSIN, or WARLOCK on the back of his uni?

                              Guess this answers the question on Mallett's illegal drugs, it wasn't performance-enhancing drugs he was taking.

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by LizardState View Post
                                Would Charlie wear WILD THING VAUGHN, VATICAN ASSASSIN, or WARLOCK on the back of his uni?

                                Guess this answers the question on Mallett's illegal drugs, it wasn't performance-enhancing drugs he was taking.
                                "WINNER"

                                As for Mallett as much as we dog him and he is a slug as far as speed goes it should be noted that Manning, Brady, Rivers and others arent exactly speedy.

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