Quote of the Day
“I try to tell teams when we’re going through the interview deal, ‘Treat me like I am 22. Try to go through this process and evaluate me as if I’m a 22-year-old. . . . I don’t believe my age should even affect it. Obviously people are out there saying it should, we’ll find out in ten days and we’ll go from there, but really and truly, 22 or 28 it shouldn’t matter. I don’t think many people play 20 years in the NFL, but if I can play eight or ten years, that’s a pretty good NFL career.”
-Brandon Weeden, 28 year old 2012 NFL Draft QB Prospect
Brandon Weeden should have hired Mark Sanchez as his agent — he can make you think anyone is 6 years younger than they should be. Boom, roasted.
PS- Brandon Weeden is a rehtard if he believes people shouldn’t consider his age when drafting him. He is 3-4 years away from his skill beginning to erode. Many pro quarterbacks don’t even reach their peak until they’ve been playing the pro game for 3-4 years. So basically even if Weeden is the real deal, right when his brain is finally beginning to succeed in one of the most difficult endeavors humanity has to offer, his body will begin to fail him completely at that endeavor. But yea, teams should totally overlook that fact when giving him a draft grade.