NFL has little room for spread QBs
In theory, the NFL draft is supposed to be about evaluation, not devaluation.
But try convincing former Texas Tech star quarterback Graham Harrell, or most of the other players who put up big numbers at the position while operating primarily out of the "spread" offense, of that fact.
Despite averaging more than 5,000 passing yards a season in his three years as a starter, throwing 131 touchdown passes and only 34 interceptions in that period, and completing 69.8 percent of ...
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2009 NFL Draft