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Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by Steelers113, Apr 10, 2018.

  1. mac daddyo

    mac daddyo Well-Known Member

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    Troy or Davis because they both did. Most guys miss some tackles. Hopefully Bradley helps some of that.:cool:
     
  2. LoneGranger

    LoneGranger Well-Known Member

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    I would prefer the Steelers drafting Justin Reid out of Stanford. We need some brains in the defensive backfield. The Steelers have enough athletic dumbbells as DBs. Richard Sherman was great because of his athleticism and his brains. Look who they have to play against, receivers who on the whole have low scores on the Wonderlic test. A DB with a 30+ Wonderlic score - how refreshing. Someone with actual brains calling DB signals. Hey, at least Reid would given DeCastro someone to talk to.

    The Wonderlic Personnel Test (WPT) not only measures intelligence. It is a measure of verbal, numerical and spatial abilities and the ability think quickly and effectively. WPT uses 21 as its score for the average person. And announcers have the audacity to misuse the word genius in the context of football.

    Average score in the NFL by position
    Though used in a variety of settings, the Wonderlic test has become best known for its use in the NFL's Scouting Combine. According to Paul Zimmerman's The New Thinking Man's Guide to Pro Football, the average score of a NFL player according to position is the following:

     

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