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Old 01-17-2013, 03:53 AM   #31 (permalink)
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4 years 2.99 million contract. Average of 750 grand a year.
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:20 AM   #32 (permalink)
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I'm sure none of them are smart enough to understand his circumstances and think he should have stayed and honed his skills playing in a spread option offense.
Except that's not exactly what he would have run had he stayed.
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4 years 2.99 million contract. Average of 750 grand a year.
2.99 million = multi-million dollar contract.

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Old 01-17-2013, 06:53 AM   #34 (permalink)
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I wish all our Vols the very best trying to make it to the NFL.

Bray has alot of growing up and learning to do and a serious attitude adjustment is priority 1 for him.

He's always had the physical talent and now we'll get to see if he can grow up and get it all together between his ears.

Hunter has to learn to get over the lingering fear of getting hurt again and Patterson has to learn the playbook and how to run precise routes on every play.

Sentimore just made a big mistake IMHO and should have stayed another year to better himself and have more proof for the NFL guys to evaluate him on.

I think Sentimore lost himself several Million $$$ by leaving early and that's sad.

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Old 01-17-2013, 08:50 AM   #36 (permalink)
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I wish all our Vols the very best trying to make it to the NFL.

Bray has alot of growing up and learning to do and a serious attitude adjustment is priority 1 for him.

He's always had the physical talent and now we'll get to see if he can grow up and get it all together between his ears.

Hunter has to learn to get over the lingering fear of getting hurt again and Patterson has to learn the playbook and how to run precise routes on every play.

Sentimore just made a big mistake IMHO and should have stayed another year to better himself and have more proof for the NFL guys to evaluate him on.

I think Sentimore lost himself several Million $$$ by leaving early and that's sad.

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Agree, but as someone noted in another thread, Sentimore makes sense because of the new 4 man front. He would have proly moved to DT, where there will be more competition and less playing time perhaps. We do at least have 2 solid DTs next year...
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Old 01-17-2013, 11:12 AM   #37 (permalink)
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NFL will run this clown thru the ringer. It won't be pretty.


I saw a 2013 mock draft and it had Bray either going to San Diego, Buffalo or Green Bay.

Of course, it all depends on how each q.b. does in the combine. One may pass the others, due to their workout.

So, if Bray goes to San Diego, he will learn from Rivers, who has the exact same personality as Bray. he won't see the field very much either.

If Bray goes to Green Bay, he will be on the team with B.J. Coleman and Aaron Rogers. Of course, he will not see the field very much.

If Bray goes to Buffalo, he will be behind Fitzpatrick and will get some playing time. Fitzpatrick signed a long term contract but he is a dis appoinment and a good back up can easily get some playing time, when Fitzpatrick messes up.
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I'd like to see Bray go to Dallas. Wouldn't take him long to beat out Romo.
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NFL will run this clown thru the ringer. It won't be pretty.
He will be able to say what 99.9 of us can never say.. Played and the NFL and got paid $$$$$.
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Except that's not exactly what he would have run had he stayed.
Of course not. My point though is what QB with options would want to spend his Senior season enduring the growing pains of a new offense?
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Rivers has a really high attention to detail, is a smart QB, and loves the game.....I like bray but he is not close to Rivers at this point....I watch both every week considering the chargers are my team
I'm not referring to talent, I'm referring to immature attitude.
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Good post/link OP. Confirms everything I saw through the years plus some. There was very little progression through the years. The analyst could have used his freshman games with his junior games and it would have been very similar. He learned to get rid of it quicker and in better spots some of the time, but that was about it.
What bothers me is that we saw this for three years. I don't understand why Cheney did not put his foot down thru the years to correct this. They let Bray have his way which did more of a disservice to him that may haunt him in the pros. He's exactly like Cutler. That being said he's VFL and I hope succeeds.
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Which is what they said about Favre, even AFTER his rookie year.
Go see Favre's college numbers here and tell me anyone thought he'd end up doing what he did.
Yes but those defensive players in today's game are a lot quicker than in Favres younger days. Favres would get ate up in today's NFL.
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Yes but those defensive players in today's game are a lot quicker than in Favres younger days. Favres would get ate up in today's NFL.
Last I watched of Favre---he was STILL gettin' it done in today's NFL at almost 40 years old for his last team and almost had them in the SB....so you wanna try to put that statement to the CRAP test again????????
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