pick is in,, took the qb!
Mentioned him as someone I liked a few months back, but I fucking hate this pick.
Can't wait to cut the little guy.
As I have mentioned, like the player, fucking hate the pick.
The draft started way to well to continue to be good. Angelo strikes again.
Strengths:Prototypical size. Elite arm strength; can make any throw on the field. A four-year starter. Stands tall in the pocket, keeping his eyes downfield, even has pressure closes in on him. A tough quarterback; doesn’t shy away from taking a hit. Good mechanics; really looks the part of a NFL quarterback. Showed steady improvement throughout his career.
Weaknesses:Struggles with accuracy; every so often he’ll uncork a throw that just sails on him. Does not put good touch on his passes. Needs to learn how to throw a more catchable ball. Limited mobility.
Comments:At first glance Enderle looks like he belongs in the NFL, but the longer you watch the more apparent his lack of accuracy is. At times it looks like he doesn’t even know where the balls going as it leaves his hand. He has improved in this area throughout his career, but not enough to project him as an impact player at the next level. Someone will certainly give him a shot, the lack of accuracy will limit his ability to succeed in the NFL.
Why does this need to happen?
What is the point in drafting another developmental QB that will simply not make the team any better and will not make the team. This is Dan Lefeveour all over again and a wasted pick.
This is a joke.
http://walterfootball.com/college/Idaho_logo.gif Nathan Enderle, QB, Idaho
Height: 6-4. Weight: 240.
Projected 40 Time: 5.05.
Combine 40 Time: 5.18.
Pro Day 40 Time: .
Hand: 9 7/8.
Projected Round (2011): 5-7.
10/1/10: Enderle had a five-interception outing against Nebraska, but remember Nebraska is one of the elite defenses in the country. Enderle is an accurate passer and solid decision maker operating a pro-style offense. In his last two games he is throwing for 70-percent, 9.8 YPA, four touchdowns and one interception. To cement a second-round grade he must have a good showing at the Senior Bowl in January.
3/29/10: Statistically impressive as a junior, Nathan Enderle had 2,906 yards, 22 touchdowns and nine picks as a junior on a 9.3 YPA and 61.5 completion percentage.
Jerry Angelo went from Genius to a complete MORON in less than 24 hours. LETS JUST AVOID THE OFFENSIVE LINE... THE BIGGEST DAMN PROBLEM THE BEARS HAVE. AGAIN.