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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by nigel, Mar 3, 2006.
You're right that that will dispell the beliefs if he can do that. But you can't just dismiss the Wonderlic as being unimportant. Maybe it is to YOU, but if it weren't somewhat important to the teams drafting these kids, why else would they be taking it?
Again...it is a mute point. Do you think if he actually scored that low the Titans are going to decide not to bring him in? Of course not.
They will still bring him in but if he is really that dumb they will find out after they bring him in. Nobody should say the test is the all in all but it simply raises a red flag and certainly he will be put under more of a magnifying glass because it raises doubts.
They will bring in all the QB's and give them the same workover. If he does well, then great. If not, then they move on.