2010 NFL Scouting Combine: Breaking Down the Quarterbacks

March 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 NFL combine is upon us again and, as usual, all eyes are on the big names and the touted reputations. Unfortunately, five of the top quarterbacks going into April have opted to "not play to lose" rather than "play to win."
Florida's Tim Tebow, Texas' Colt McCoy, Oklahoma's Sam Bradford, and Notre Dame's Jimmy Clausen have all decided to wait until their prospective pro days to preform the throwing drills scouts look at in the combine.
Dan Lefevour also declined to throw to moving targets, opting instead to throw at stationary targets. He has stated he will make a full appearance of his ball skills at his pro day, a tactic that some call cowardly, but in reality it's nothing less than what the other major names have decided upon.
Sam Bradford and Jimmy Clausen have declined to participate in any of the workout drills. 
Post-combine, a few players really stood out while others fell to static performance. 
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