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On 12/30/2019 at 11:27 PM, cruzer1 said:

Not a big fan of Tua, especially the left-handedness (and I'm a lefty).  Joe Burrow is the best QB coming out in the draft that I can remember.  I like Hebert, and a few others like Love.  Don't like Hurts at all.

Tua is actually built for Bevell's system. The Seahawks looked great with Wilson running Bevell's system.  Tua speed can run, which I thought you'd like. I hate Love he had a horrible year, he is a bad decision maker. I've actually heard some teams prefer Hurts to Tua.

Im hearing Tua is going to return to Bama, but we will see.

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4 hours ago, MAROTH4MVP said:

Tua is actually built for Bevell's system. The Seahawks looked great with Wilson running Bevell's system.  Tua speed can run, which I thought you'd like. I hate Love he had a horrible year, he is a bad decision maker. I've actually heard some teams prefer Hurts to Tua.

Im hearing Tua is going to return to Bama, but we will see.

I think he probably should. He needs to prove he didn't do long term damage to the hip. And if it turns out he did, finishing his degree will be a good career move.

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6 minutes ago, Gehringer_2 said:

I think he probably should. He needs to prove he didn't do long term damage to the hip. And if it turns out he did, finishing his degree will be a good career move.

Or he could get millions from the NFL, and if it doesn't work, go back to school with your millions and get your degree. He's a top 10 pick now. If he goes back to school and struggles, who knows. 

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25 minutes ago, Gehringer_2 said:

I think he probably should. He needs to prove he didn't do long term damage to the hip. And if it turns out he did, finishing his degree will be a good career move.

It could prove to be a fatal mistake if he returns to Alabama, foolish even. He's still projected to go top 10 in this draft, probably top 5. He can only serve to hurt his status and perhaps damage it forever if he gets injured again. If he stays in college, he's getting really bad advice.

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If you are first round player,  it is safer to be paid to play football than it’s is to do for free on the gamble that you may make more by waiting a year to improve your stock.   Very risky.   
 

It is also one year of an NFL paycheck that you can never get back. It’s not like you can just choose to play an extra year at the end of your career.  It also puts you one calendar year further away from free agency and the real big payday.

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34 minutes ago, Motown Bombers said:

Or he could get millions from the NFL, and if it doesn't work, go back to school with your millions and get your degree. He's a top 10 pick now. If he goes back to school and struggles, who knows. 

IF a team is really willing to give him 1st round money. I think any team this is is getting very bad medical advice.

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always take the money.

if there is serious structural damage to the hip the nfl will find it, whatever year you come out into the draft.

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1 hour ago, Buddha said:

always take the money.

if there is serious structural damage to the hip the nfl will find it, whatever year you come out into the draft.

you don't see avascular necrosis until it develops. It doesn't develop immediately. But I won't argue that if he is sure he can get the money he should take it - more surprised if teams are taking the risk. I suppose at the rate healthy guys wash out maybe it's not that much worse. IIRC the incidence of AVN is only ~20 after serious hip dislocation.

If I'm Tua I just want to be sure I have more than media talking head word I'm not going to be sitting on my rear deep into draft day!

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26 minutes ago, Gehringer_2 said:

you don't see avascular necrosis until it develops. It doesn't develop immediately. But I won't argue that if he is sure he can get the money he should take it - more surprised if teams are taking the risk. I suppose at the rate healthy guys wash out maybe it's not that much worse. IIRC the incidence of AVN is only ~20 after serious hip dislocation.

If I'm Tua I just want to be sure I have more than media talking head word I'm not going to be sitting on my rear deep into draft day!

i agree with the point that there is potentially serious risk to him of coming out and having everyone pass on him until the later rounds.  however, i dont think going back to school alleviates or reduces that risk.

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