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  • Mario Manningham's Wonderlic Score lol

    He supposed scored a 6! Wow, moron.

    Profootballtalk reports that Michigan WR Mario Manningham scored a woeful six on the Wonderlic test.

    "While the relevance of Wonderlic scores is debatable, this is yet another in a long line of red flags for Manningham. After the slow 40 time at the combine, the failed marijuana test at Michigan, and his train wreck interview a couple of weeks ago on NFL Radio's Afternoon Blitz, Manningham has almost certainly slid to the second day of the draft"

    http://www.profootballtalk.com/2008/...o-the-motel-6/
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  • #2
    lol, too bad for him.

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    • #3
      He will definatly be a steal on the 2nd day. he may be a moron, but he will be a good 3rd reciever in the NFL.
      Bears offseason wish list:

      Jay Cutler, I am good, for now.

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      • #4
        It makes me wonder how much of his college success was him, and how much of it was the result of Chad Henne.
        sigpic
        WFB Comments on Vikings @ Steelers Game Rigging
        PuppyPuncher:"It sure was nice enough of Roger Goodell to let the refs from Ark-Florida officiate the Vikings-Steelers game"
        NoNonsenseCoach:"As a Steelers fan living in Pittsburgh I can still admit that tripping penalty was a complete ghost call."
        Simonds:"The tripping call was awful, yes, but there were a number of other absurd calls that went against the Vikings, including a DEFENSIVE delay of game penalty against the Vikings only called after a failed attempt to convert a third and 2 by the Steelers. Even the commentators were utterly floored that the refs made that call."
        Wraith36444:"A shady tripping call on Minnesota essentially gave the game to the Steelers. The Vikings were the better team, but it is too hard to beat a decent team and the refs. Oh and Harvin is the man."
        MaineMan:"I have to agree that it was an awful call and that it changed the outcome. Overall a great game by the Vikes and tragic that the well-deserved victory was stolen away like that."
        PaddyPatriot:"I've seen this play and I have to agree, I can't believe they called it tripping"
        Johndoe:"You know the officiating is bad when a Steeler's fan, like myself, thinks it was pretty bad."
        Steelers_Pens_Fan:"I will admit that the whole "tripping" thing probably shouldn't have been a flag."
        ZN0rseman:"It's great to know that good old fashioned pro football game rigging is still alive and well in America."
        Klunker18:"I'm with Z on this one. Definitely one of those games that makes you wonder if the NFL wants certain teams to win."
        TRICKaz"I agree that was a BS call"
        InjuredReserve:"Have yet to hear anyone say it was the right call. Seems as if the Vikings were cheated a bit."
        Eagles4Life:"Coaches just need to be able to challenge penalties"
        EL_Guapo:"The tripping call was bad, the delay of game was stupid Either way, the Vikings showed they are a top team."
        EllijayFalconsFan:"The tripping penalty was rediculous."
        Archon095:"Even as a Steeler fan I agree that the call was bull."
        BroncosCon:"I'm sorry that was a total bull**** call and it changed the outcome of the game. Pittsburgh still won, but it was almost like Denver winning at Cincy."

        Tony Dungy:"The Vikings are just one bad tripping penalty away from being undefeated.
        Jon Gruden:"That was just a bad, bad call. It cost the Vikings an important win at Pittsburgh, and it could really hurt them in the post season."

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ZN0rseman View Post
          It makes me wonder how much of his college success was him, and how much of it was the result of Chad Henne.
          Because every clutch catch by Manningham was made by Henne?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Matt McGuire View Post
            Because every clutch catch by Manningham was made by Henne?
            Did I say that, or even imply it? No.

            What I'm getting at is that, from a statistics standpoint, how much are Manningham's stats were inflated by the play of Chad Henne, or vice-versa? I mean, one of the knocks on Henne was that the "experts" felt he was the product of the great talent around him. Yet, with the exception of Jake Long, all of the Michigan offensive players (other than Henne) seem to be dropping like rocks on draft boards. So, it makes one wonder if Henne was really the product of their talent, or if it was Henne's play that helped to pad some of the stats for guys like Hart, Manningham and Aarrington. Maybe it's neither, but you have to wonder.
            Last edited by ZN0rseman; 04-25-2008, 03:20 PM.
            sigpic
            WFB Comments on Vikings @ Steelers Game Rigging
            PuppyPuncher:"It sure was nice enough of Roger Goodell to let the refs from Ark-Florida officiate the Vikings-Steelers game"
            NoNonsenseCoach:"As a Steelers fan living in Pittsburgh I can still admit that tripping penalty was a complete ghost call."
            Simonds:"The tripping call was awful, yes, but there were a number of other absurd calls that went against the Vikings, including a DEFENSIVE delay of game penalty against the Vikings only called after a failed attempt to convert a third and 2 by the Steelers. Even the commentators were utterly floored that the refs made that call."
            Wraith36444:"A shady tripping call on Minnesota essentially gave the game to the Steelers. The Vikings were the better team, but it is too hard to beat a decent team and the refs. Oh and Harvin is the man."
            MaineMan:"I have to agree that it was an awful call and that it changed the outcome. Overall a great game by the Vikes and tragic that the well-deserved victory was stolen away like that."
            PaddyPatriot:"I've seen this play and I have to agree, I can't believe they called it tripping"
            Johndoe:"You know the officiating is bad when a Steeler's fan, like myself, thinks it was pretty bad."
            Steelers_Pens_Fan:"I will admit that the whole "tripping" thing probably shouldn't have been a flag."
            ZN0rseman:"It's great to know that good old fashioned pro football game rigging is still alive and well in America."
            Klunker18:"I'm with Z on this one. Definitely one of those games that makes you wonder if the NFL wants certain teams to win."
            TRICKaz"I agree that was a BS call"
            InjuredReserve:"Have yet to hear anyone say it was the right call. Seems as if the Vikings were cheated a bit."
            Eagles4Life:"Coaches just need to be able to challenge penalties"
            EL_Guapo:"The tripping call was bad, the delay of game was stupid Either way, the Vikings showed they are a top team."
            EllijayFalconsFan:"The tripping penalty was rediculous."
            Archon095:"Even as a Steeler fan I agree that the call was bull."
            BroncosCon:"I'm sorry that was a total bull**** call and it changed the outcome of the game. Pittsburgh still won, but it was almost like Denver winning at Cincy."

            Tony Dungy:"The Vikings are just one bad tripping penalty away from being undefeated.
            Jon Gruden:"That was just a bad, bad call. It cost the Vikings an important win at Pittsburgh, and it could really hurt them in the post season."

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            • #7
              Wonderlic means sweet FA for WRs. RBs too. It's all reaction.

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              • #8
                Yeah that is true, I mean as complex as playbooks are a WR only needs to know his route. Im not trying to say it is an easy position to play but in terms of mental capability I dont think it is that important a stat

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                • #9
                  The only position I can think of that would require less intelligence would be kicker. In fact intelligence probably gets in the way of good kicking (that's why David Beckham is so good?).

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ZN0rseman View Post
                    Did I say that, or even imply it? No.

                    What I'm getting at is that, from a statistics standpoint, how much are Manningham's stats were inflated by the play of Chad Henne, or vice-versa? I mean, one of the knocks on Henne was that the "experts" felt he was the product of the great talent around him. Yet, with the exception of Jake Long, all of the Michigan offensive players (other than Henne) seem to be dropping like rocks on draft boards. So, it makes one wonder if Henne was really the product of their talent, or if it was Henne's play that helped to pad some of the stats for guys like Hart, Manningham and Aarrington. Maybe it's neither, but you have to wonder.
                    Manningham saw a lot of Ryan Mallet this year.

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                    • #11
                      I don't think anyone ever accused Manningham of being a genius so I'm not to surprised.

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