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4 hours ago, Nastradamus said:

 Rudock

- passes all 6 of the Parcells QB requirements(not gospel for me , but its a good start) - Senior,3 year starter, 23+ wins, graduated, 2-1 TD/INT, 60% comps. 

- Played in pro style offenses

- Worked with Harbaugh

- Scores well in the QB stats PFF gave in its draft guide. Deep passing accuracy percentage, accuracy percentage under pressure and overall accuracy percentage. 

 

http://www.cincyjungle.com/2011/2/2/1970455/the-26-27-60-rule-a-formula-for-drafting-quarterbacks

 

None of these are gospel to me, but its a pretty good resume for a 5th-7th round QB who are only looking at for a backup role really. 

Yup.

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If the Lions are drafting in the 6th or 7th round and Rudock and Hogan are available, who would you pick?

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3 hours ago, nd1377 said:

If the Lions are drafting in the 6th or 7th round and Rudock and Hogan are available, who would you pick?

Rudock.

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Hogan probably has more upside to start one day, but I expect him to go significantly earlier than Rudock. Bills in the 2nd or 3rd maybe even. 

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On April 16, 2016 at 11:55 PM, Nastradamus said:

 Rudock

- passes all 6 of the Parcells QB requirements(not gospel for me , but its a good start) - Senior,3 year starter, 23+ wins, graduated, 2-1 TD/INT, 60% comps. 

- Played in pro style offenses

- Worked with Harbaugh

- Scores well in the QB stats PFF gave in its draft guide. Deep passing accuracy percentage, accuracy percentage under pressure and overall accuracy percentage. 

 

http://www.cincyjungle.com/2011/2/2/1970455/the-26-27-60-rule-a-formula-for-drafting-quarterbacks

 

None of these are gospel to me, but its a pretty good resume for a 5th-7th round QB who are only looking at for a backup role really. 

Other than the fact he sucked at Iowa, spot on. 

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23 hours ago, Nastradamus said:

Sucked is harsh

Nope, watched every snap. Sucked is about right. 

Don't look at the numbers, they don't tell the story. It's easy to have a good percentage, TD to pick ratio and pick up some yards when you throw it for two yards every play, even though the guy is wide open 14 yards away because you're so afraid of making a mistake. 

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Rudock is much better now than he was at Iowa.  He improved as much as any QB I have seen in one year, and I would think Harbaugh had a lot to do with that.  He knows how to coach QB's.

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On April 24, 2016 at 10:44 AM, Nastradamus said:

Fair to ask if he can succeed without Harbaugh in that case. 

I agree with Cruzer, but it's also why I agree with this response. 

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I would prefer Hogan over Rudock.

And I don't see where Hogan goes in the 2nd round or so... Where did you get that from Nas? That's where Cook and Hackenberg might go... Hogan is much more of a project, and belongs in the 4th-6th round range...

 

Rudock I don't draft. But if they wanna bring him in as an undrafted FA and see if he can stick on the Practice Squad, be my guest. Hogan I have more faith in making the team as the 3rd QB.

 

PS: I prefer Driskel over Rudock as well. Another 5th/6th round developmental guy...

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