Vince Young & the NFL

Hey I know Aggie fans are having a great time joking about Texas QB, Vince Young, who reportedly scored a 6 on the NFL Wonderlic test.

Young didn’t score that. It was wrong and the NFL has admitted the error.
BUT….you know how people are. We are talking about the NFL draft and teams are trying to find negative things.
Young’s official Wonderlic score is 16. That might kill his chances to be a spokesman for Motel 6.

If you read enough of this draft talk you know folks think the following:
Vince Young isn’t smart and is falling out of the top five.
2005 Heisman winner Reggie Bush is not going to hold up as an every down back and the Texans will trade the number one pick to the Jets.
2004 Heisman winner Matt Leinart can’t throw the ball deep.
Vandy QB, Jay Cutler is the next Brett Favre and will be the first QB drafted.

It’s just talk. All talk. Don’t buy into all the hype and you believe all the negative you hear about players.
If Vince Young falls to the Raiders at number 7..look at it this way. Young isn’t the QB Daunte Culpepper is, but he’s got the tremendous talent. Put Young in that Raider offense with WR’s Randy Moss & Jerry Porter…add in the running back, Lamont Jordan…look out!!

You must remember the games Young played in. He brought Texas back from deficeits at Ohio State and in the Rose Bowl against the two-time national champions. You can not forget his body of work. Joey Harrington of the Lions had a high Wonderlic test. Would you want Joey as your starting quarterback? The fans can’t stand this guy in Detroit. He’s one soft hombre. Steve McNair of the Titans had a low Wonderlic score. McNair took the Titals to a Super Bowl and has won the NFL MVP award.

Last year’s top pick, Alex Smith of the 49ers almost had a perfect Wonderlic score. He was terrible on the field for the 49ers in 2005.

As for the Cowboys who pick 18th. I think they will go with a linebacker..again. Look at DeMeco Ryans of Alabama or Bobby Carpenter of Ohio State.

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