Here are the highlights of Bill Parcells draft confidential
Bill Parcells Draft Confidential
Parcells General Factors. The 9 basic traits you have to figure out for every draft prospect.
Here is the prototype chart for offensive players according to Parcells.
|Tight End||6′ 3.7″||253||4.78|
|Left Tackle||5′ 5.5″||320||5.13|
|Right Tackle||6′ 6.1||318||5.2|
Here is the protoype chart for defensive players
|Crash/Rush End||6′ 3.5″||266||4.7|
|Sam LB||6′ 2.3″||243||4.65|
|Free Safety||6′ 0.2″||207||4.51|
|Strong safety||6′ 0.1″||204||4.52|
High Limitations for Typing–how scouts categorize players.
A-Dominant and Impact Player
C-impact player but undersized
E Non-competitive player
F Lacks speed
G Undersized player
I Size and speed
J Growth potential/Weight
K Redeeming Quality
Bills Parcells QB Criteria
1. must be three year starter
2. must start 30 games
3. must win 23 games
4. must have 2:1 TD toINT ratio
5. must complete 60 Percent of passes
6. must be a senior
7. must graduate
Brock Osweiler gets a red flag because of how big he is. Now QB that big has ever succeeded.
“In all my experience in the National Football League I can not think of a QB 6’8 that was ever successful”
“We’re losing corner-backs to baskeball. Guys that would be potential corners are playing point guards for somebody somewhere.”
Bill Polian on Luck and RGIII
Comparing Peyton to Leaf was comparing apples to oranges.
Comparing RGIII and Luck is comparing two different types of apples. Mcintosh and Red Delicious (note: made up the 2nd type couldn’t remember the other apple he said)
Bill Polian “Decision making is a little bit of a worry”
Right and he can’t throw that well. I’m not a fan of Cousins and I just don’t get the love.
Parcells On Tight Ends and drafting them in the top 10:
I don’t think I could draft a TE in the top 10. They don’t impact the game enough. I think it’s good somewhere between 10 and 20 I’m open to do it.
Doug Martin is listed as the 4th best Running back on Parcells’ big board.
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