Richard Sherman Thinks Alabama QB Mac Jones Is Being ‘Punished,' Here's Why...
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During his interview with PFF, NFL star CB Richard Sherman explained why people aren't sold on Alabama QB Mac Jones succeeding at the NFL level...

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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21 Comments
Bust
Reply17 days
Hey, Richard Sherman is a known genius. Did you know a 900 SAT score gets you into Stanford?
Reply17 days
So true. Take away the mobility factor, and he'd be the first or 2nd QB drafted
Reply1 month
Not good QB. Meh!
Reply1 month
I know Sherman really bothers some people on here, but when it comes to speaking Football, dude knows what he is talking about.
Reply1 month
If he's overdrafted he's going to be ruined before he starts.
Reply1 month
ala burrow
1 month
DVinBR
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let's see how he operates when he doesn't have a dominate o line in front of him and has to make faster decisions
Reply1 month
and tighter throwing windows
1 month
RICHARD SHERMAN WENT TO STANFORD HE’S SMARTER THAN EVERYONE. EVER.
Reply1 month
He will be better off going late in the first round and getting on a good team with a good O-line. We've seen QBs eaten up on bad teams over the years. Tim Couch got his shoulder wrecked at Cleveland and Joe Burrow better hope the Bengals get some O-linemen in the off season. In the right system Jones can do very well. If he is running for his life not so much.
Reply1 month
I really could see the saints grabbing hin if he slips past 15
1 month
I see much more to work with than what Tua had
Reply1 month
He will be a much better NFL QB than Lamar.
Reply1 month
Better than league MVP in 2nd year while rewriting the record book?
1 month
and then Lamar quickly became a below average QB once it became he can't throw.
1 month
Peyton would turn him into another Brady
Reply1 month
pAyton had a HOF QB for 15 years and only made 1 Super Bowl
1 month
pAyton had a HOF QB for 15 years and only made 1 Super Bowl. Bad defenses, bad luck, and a MUCH tougher division than what BB had to with Brady.
1 month
Have to give the guy a shot and see how it works out!
Reply1 month
Meh.
Reply1 month
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