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    Aaron Shea Quarterback 6'2 204lbs Missouri Overview Aaron Shea has enjoyed a highly successful collegiate career at Missouri and has improved every year, Shea's growth eventually lead him to receiving the highest of college football honors and now the talented gunslinger looks set to have a successful NFL career. The first thing you notice about Aaron Shea is his volume of work. Throughout his three years starting at Missouri Shea threw for over 10,000 yards and 80 touchdowns, he has been the focal point of the Missouri offence since taking over starting duties from Gerald Bright in his Sophomore season. Throughout his 3 seasons starting for the Tigers Shea has shown great improvement and growth as a quarterback, something that NFL coaches will love. The dedication to his craft resulted in a senior season that is hard to fault, Shea performed as well as a Quarterback can be expected to. This season lead Shea to the 2017 Heisman Trophy, The Davey O'Brien award for best Quarterback and the Johnny Unitas award for best senior Quarterback. In his Junior season Shea showed much improved passing ability, his arm strength and accuracy both improved as a result of his dedication to improving as a player. Though he did throw for a career high 9 interceptions the nation saw the birth of a true pocket passer with game breaking ability. This season we saw further improvement and confirmation that Shea is a special talent. Whereas the improvement between his sophomore and Junior season was more physical, his Senior season showed great mental improvement as Shea displayed his ability as a true signal caller. Throughout the year Shea showed his ability to make adjustments at the line and to dissect defensive coverage with pinpoint accuracy and smart throws. His advancement in the mental aspect of the game elevated his performances to another level and resulted in career highs for completion percentage, yards and touchdowns whilst keeping his turnovers down to a career low. There are many things NFL teams look for in a quarterback, players who put in the work to get better every single year and demonstrate that improvement make teams notice, and teams have definitely taken notice of Aaron Shea... Shea stands at 6'2 and has a solid frame, he stands tall in the pocket and has a great release. He also has extremely active feet, he moves with his reads and sets up for throws quickly and efficiently. Shea shows great ability to progress through his reads and makes it extremely hard for defensive backs to read his intent which often helps keep the field spread. Shea performed at an extremely high level in the tough SEC conference and had good performances against ranked competition during the season. He has experience playing in games against high quality opponents and in high pressure situations, this poise will help him at the next level where a professional franchise will rest on his shoulders. Overall Shea is a fantastic pro prospect, one of the best to come along in a while, and our pro comparison shows just how high we are on this kid Pro Comparison Brian Brown 6'4 228lbs Miami Dolphins Boise State University It may be sacrilege comparing an unproven (though highly touted) rookie to the best Quarterback in the NFL but there are some comparisons to be made between Brown and Shea. Brown had a phenomenal year before leaving for the NFL where he showed off amazing improvement much like Shea did. Whilst Brown's improvement was much more radical much of what improved in his game also applies to Shea. Shea's arm is probably not as good as Brown's but they both throw the ball with power and purpose and both possess a great mental skill set for the position. I saw similarities in their game and based on how Brown took to the NFL I think this bodes well for Shea. Do I think Shea will be as good as Brown? I don't think so, it would be foolish of me to say so. I do however believe Shea could join Brown in the NFL's elite based on his improvement and production in college and I see similarities in their game. I think Shea has everything it takes to be a top 5 NFLHC Quarterback, he just has to take the dedication he had in college to the next level.
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    Last official game report...Congrats, Seattle! Great year for New Orleans
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    And here we see how two members of the same tribe take things differently. The first, the contemplative type, is overcome by sadness and chooses to express his remorse in happiness for the other team. The second, the emotionally troubled type, simply chooses to utter his frustration to the entire collective of users.
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    The following teams fucked up their mid-season re-signings: Baltimore Ravens Houston Texans Pittsburgh Steelers I've decided not to issue a punishment for this, other than put all 3 teams on probation. What that means is that if they fuck up again during the 2018 season, they will be docked significant draft picks. In addition, two teams had players that were not on their team pages when their teams were progressed. These teams were: Atlanta Falcons (2) Indianapolis Colts (1) Because both teams self reported the issue quickly after progressions were done, I'm being lenient on them. Each team will suffer a 500k cap penalty for each player that did not get progressed, so 500k for Indy and 1 mil for Atlanta.
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    "By the way, I'm quitting to take the same job with the Packers." "WHAT? No. You're not quitting. YOU'RE FIRED!" "...ok...thanks for the severance package"
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    Franz was a good coach, and a good man. He was one of us. He was a man who loved the outdoors... and coaching, and as a surfer he explored the beaches of Southern California, from La Jolla to Leo Carrillo and... up to... Pismo. He retired, like so many young men of his generation, he retired before his time. In your wisdom, Lord, you took him, as you took so many bright flowering young men at Khe Sanh, at Langdok, at Hill 364. These young men gave their lives. And so would Franz. Franz, who loved coaching. And so, Franz Kafka, in accordance with what we think your last wishes might well have been, we commit your final online remains to the bosom of the Pacific Ocean, which you loved so well. Good night, sweet prince.
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    East Rutherford, NJ The New York Football Giants are proud to announce that Rookie QB Dick Cook has been named Walter Payton Man of the Year. Cook took over as starter for the Giants in week 9 where he lead the team to a 6-3 record through their final 9 games of the season. "It feels great that the league is recognizing the example I'm setting on and off the field" Cook says. The Walter Payton award is for honoring a player's volunteer and charity work, as well as his excellence on the field. Owner notoriousbigej has a few statements for the media now. "Dick is a man of great character, so its awesome to see the league recognize it. He's gone through a lot of adversity, he's had his haters, and he wasn't even given the chance to start from day 1. But now he is more than a starter, he is the face of our franchise, a hero to his community. He really shows that hard work, putting your nose down and grinding, will actually pay off." Notorious and Dick Cook will both be open to questions following this short break:
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    Howdy, and welcome to the sixth in a series of articles shamelessly stolen from inspired by a similar series of articles done by Slaughterhouse-Five for the MWC, in which I tell you which starters a team is losing. Methodology Oregon State Offense (1 Starter) Defense (1 Starter) Special Teams (0 Starters) Key Returning Starters
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    I will not address any rumors from my time in Tallahassee, but I can tell you I enjoyed my time there, mostly due to the amazing community behind me and the team. I can assure you any children in Tallahassee are happy and excited to see what I can do at the next level. Notorious: First let me address this, any rumors about us drafting a QB have not been proven. We will do our due diligence to examine the talent in the upcoming draft, and I can tell you right now Dick Cook is the starter for our team. Cook: I know how the organization feels about me, I'm not dumb. I also know that I gave a 110% every game and that ultimately lead to the most important result: winning. Where the front office goes from here, I don't know, but I have confidence that they know what they're doing.
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    I honestly think that our trade with Oakland was mutually beneficial. So pumped about Milligan.
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    EVERYONE PLEASE WELCOME YOUR TWO TIME NFL MVP, CHRISTIIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN SKAGGSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
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    Thank you, Franz Kafka! It was an honor to face you and the rest of the New Orleans Saints in today's NFC Championship Game
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    Most Valuable Player: Offensive Player of the Year: Defensive Player of the Year: Coach of the Year: Executive of the Year: Offensive Rookie of the Year: Defensive Rookie of the Year: Comeback Player of the Year: Pepsi Rookie of the Year: Walter Peyton Man of the Year Award: AP All Pro Team
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    woah I had a 5.0 QB all season and I didn't even realize? I really am a terrible coach goddamn. (<3 u sleuth)
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    Throwing my hat in if no one got the joke, I'm interested.
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