Quarterbacks such as Central Florida's Blake Bortles, LSU's Zach Mettenberger and Fresno State's Derek Carr aren't expected to be at the event; the Vikings met with all of them, as well as Alabama's AJ McCarron and Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel after their on-campus pro days. Those meetings, or private workouts like the ones the Vikings had with San Jose State quarterback David Fales, can often be as helpful as the Vikings' event next week. But as the draft gets closer, the Vikings will use many of their visits to spend time with a wide range of prospects who could be taken anywhere from the first round to the middle of the draft.
I don't know if the vets in Houston will like his attitude. Specifically, Arian Foster.
quote:I call major BS. Don't knock Brees just cause he is in a system that fits him. If it were that easy, everyone would be running that system. Brees puts in more work than any player not named Peyton Manning to perfect his craft.
Has more to do with the system that Brees is in.
He's not erratic and he doesn't just throw it up for grabs to his WRs
The majority of JF's WRs are 6'2+ so all he has to do is wait til one gets open and chunk it up.