08 Jul 2010
SI.com's John P. Lopez has a new methodology for analyzing a quarterback's likelihood of succeeding at the pro level!
"...could a simple formula have warned us of Russell's lack of NFL readiness? And Ryan Leaf's and David Carr's and other failed, high-pick quarterbacks?
Call it the Rule of 26-27-60.
Here is the gist of it: If an NFL prospect scores at least a 26 on the Wonderlic test, starts at least 27 games in his college career and completes at least 60 percent of his passes, there's a good chance he will succeed at the NFL level.
You...you ripped off Gil Brandt!
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