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Topic: FB Update: Tajh Boyd ranked #4 QB at Senior Bowl
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FB Update: Tajh Boyd ranked #4 QB at Senior Bowl


Posted: Jan 26, 2014 5:57 PM
 

 
Tajh Boyd ranked #4 QB at Senior Bowl

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Re: FB Update: Tajh Boyd ranked #4 QB at Senior Bowl


Posted: Jan 26, 2014 7:46 PM
 

With NFL coaching and some patience,I think Taj will evolve into a credible NFL QB-we already know he is a terrific leader and person!


Re: FB Update: Tajh Boyd ranked #4 QB at Senior Bowl


Posted: Jan 27, 2014 8:10 AM
 

When he was a rssophmore he was throwing into tight windows.... I do not think the North Squad had the receivers or the OL to help Tahj show his stuff... the DE Ford from Auburn already had 2 sacks when I fell asleep


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Posted: Jan 27, 2014 8:22 AM
 

I agree, the defense was for the South was a total mismatch for the O line, the QB's had no time to do anything, still curious why he didn't play in the 2nd half.


I knew the O-line for the north would be terrible...


Posted: Jan 27, 2014 8:54 AM
 

and Tajh would get sacked when I saw the guy in the Ohio State helmet head out onto the field.


Should NOT have played. No time 4 chemistry. He needs that.***

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Re: Should NOT have played. No time 4 chemistry. He needs that.***


Posted: Jan 27, 2014 11:54 AM
 

Chemistry between WR and QB is essential and in a short week practice game of all stars like the senior bowl that chemistry is hard to develop. I believe that is where the true talent is shown, if you can connect and succeed with WR you have no chemistry with then you have some special talent. Tajh not being able to do this well will mean the team that drafts him will be wanting him to sit for several seasons before he gets a shot in order to build chemistry with his fellow players. I believe this is why he was so good in college, much more family atmosphere and bonds are built quickly between fellow players. NFL is all business and that connection is harder to develop between QB and WR.


Re: Should NOT have played. No time 4 chemistry. He needs that.***


Posted: Jan 27, 2014 3:49 PM
 

If he needs a family atmosphere in the NFL, he's screwed. That's a business, either perform, show promise or start pursuing another career. They don't care if he's saint or a jacka$$, they want return on investment.


Scouts care less about "chemistry" than drills and mechanics


Posted: Jan 27, 2014 1:07 PM
 

And most reports mimic what the writer of the linked article said. What hurt him the most by the time the game came around was the way he overthrew everyone on long plays. Still did well on short throws including a few he had to thread. Regardless of why, I'm betting scouts notice it. The "why" for me is that he had gotten so used to a number of fast receivers from Nuk onward running under his balls. He overthrew those guys in spells, too.

He still has the combine and Pro Day (will Clemson have one??) to show off skills and mechanics again. Every chance he goes 3rd/4th rounds. And probably as a backup in training.


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