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Merril Hoge, who used to be part of ESPN's "NFL Matchup" for several years, offered his thoughts on USC QB Caleb Williams heading into the NFL Draft during an interview with NBC Chicago...
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com
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DeafVallyBatnR2 months
I always wondered who is the person that told the Boss or convinced the Boss to pick Johnny with Cleveland's 1st pick. Caleb running around chunking the ball in the no defense Pac 12 is not impressive at all. See Jordan Loves last throw vs San Francisco for interception to end game. That is what Chicago is going to get with Caleb. If they do.
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KennabraTiger2 months
Jordan Love didn’t play in the Pac-12
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Naked Bootleg2 months
Caleb's "just wing it" hero-mode approach worked in college but will not work in the NFL.
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DVinBR2 months
Looked good against those world banger PAC-12 defenses
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Shotgun Willie2 months
I think it is more of a mental thing with Williams. I just don't see that "Dog" in him, he has physical abilities but you won't someone with the attitude to go with it.
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SwampyWaters2 months
I've said for a long time that Caleb Williams isn't even close to being the best QB in the country. I would take Daniels over him 10 out of 10 times.
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CanebreakCajun2 months
He is usually spot on in his evaluations. People don't like his bluntness, but he is usually spot on.
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jbird72 months
Yeah I have to agree with that. Not to mention the kids a head case already trying to go in and be part owner upon being drafted.
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GeauxTigers01072 months
I'm ridin' with Hogey on this one. I don't get the CW hype, like, at ALL.
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latigerfan22 months
I agree, and I think Williams will turn out to be a bust on the level of Jamarcus.
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mikethetigerdc2 months
Boy did he hit the nail on the head with Manziel
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KennabraTiger2 months
I still can’t believe people thought he would be any good in the NFL
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