The Dolphins obviously addressed some definite needs on offense during the 2011 NFL Draft, bringing in a stud interior offensive lineman (Mike Pouncey), an every-down running back (Daniel Thomas), a deep threat wide receiver (Edmond Gates), and a versatile pass-catching tight end (Charles Clay). What about the rest of the division, though? We know that the Bills had the third overall pick and that the Pats had 600 total selections, but what did those teams (and the Jets) end up doing and will it lead to increased toughness in the AFC East in 2011?
Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy is a winner. As a starting QB, he never lost a game in high school, and lead the Crimson Tide to an undefeated national championship season in 2009. While he and ‘Bama lost three times in 2010, he still put up impressive numbers, finishing the year with a 70.9 completion percentage, almost 3,000 yards passing, 20 touchdowns, and just five interceptions.
John Congemi, a record-setting QB during his days at Pitt, has been checking out the talent at the Senior Bowl in Mobile all week long. With many Dolphin fans excited about some of the six QBs participating, John is here to break down the strengths and weaknesses of the guys who are being spotlighted this week:
QB Analysis, by John Congemi:
After three days of Senior Bowl practices, it’s time for me to go in-depth on my favorite position, the quarterback position.
A long Tuesday in Mobile came to a close for John Congemi after taking in both the North and South practices as well as taking part in general manager Jeff Ireland’s press conference. Here are John’s final thoughts on the day:
Day 2 Recap:
Following the conclusion of watching a full day of senior bowl practice, the Dolphins general manager spoke to reporters in the bleachers at Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile.