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After last weekend’s win vs. the Giants and the Browns loss to the Cards, Washington slipped out of fourth pick down to 7th. Then yesterday we find out that Matt Barkley has decided to stay for his senior year at USC, which makes things that much harder for us to pick a QB. After taking stock of the teams expected to have the top 7 picks and their needs, here’s how I think the first few picks of the draft will pan out this coming April:
#1 – Indy
Needs: The next Peyton Manning.
Predicted Pick: Andrew Luck. Yes, RG3 is turning heads, and Luck was the runner up for the Heisman for the second year in a row, but hey… Indy has already been casing this guy long enough… seems they have their mind made up.
#2 – Minnesota
Needs: This is a team that has the 16th ranked offense in the NFL… not terrible but they could use some help in the secondary. Team is tied with Indy for dead last in the league with only 6 interceptions and 27th in pass defense giving up nearly 270 yards per game in the ai...
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USC's JR quarterback Matt Barkley made headlines this week by announcing he will return to USC for his senior season. This was big news because Barkley was likely to be a high pick. Most experts projected him to get drafted before our star player Luke Kuechly. With most of these cases I think the player should leave. I understand why Barkley wants to return. Unfortunately his...
Honestly when I saw the pics on Larry Brown Sports thought she would be a little better looking.
I have been on the USC campus, so I know the quality that Barkley has to choose from, so to stay true...
The availability of eight-figure insurance policies against career-ending injuries, the extremely rare chance to compete as a top contender for a BCS title and getting a degree are all important, but there’s also how far the USC quarterback has to go before he catches up with Heisman trophy winner Robert Griffin III in basic communication skills.
Look at Griffin’s Heisman acceptance...
Los Angeles, CA (Sports Network) - USC quarterback Matt Barkley stood in front of a Christmas tree and delivered his school a present.
After setting Trojans records for touchdown passes and completion percentage in a season, Barkley will return to school for his senior year instead of entering the NFL Draft.
The three-year starter announced his plans at a press conference Thursday...
USC quarterback Matt Barkley made plenty of Trojan fans happy — and initiated plenty of 2012 hype — when he announced he would be coming back for his senior season. As the announcement grew closer, it became clearer by the hour which way Barkley would lean. I mean, come on, the marching band was there.…
USC Trojans quarterback Matt Barkley passes under pressure by Oregon Ducks linebacker Boseko Lokombo (25) during the first half of their NCAA football game in Los Angeles, California, October 30, 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
USC quarterback Matt Barkley just announced at a 1 PM PST news conference that he will be returning to play for the...
So Matt Barkley is coming back for his senior season to play for Lane Kiffin and the USC Trojans… The same Lane Kiffin that is married to this:
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One day in and the self-righteous USC QB Matt Barkley for whatever reasons chose to remain at the University of Southern California. All this talk of Barkley desiring to be a competitor at the highest level, to elevate his skills (which are incredible even at his age and experience level) and win as much as he can were useless, as Barkley will return to stay at USC....
This morning fans around the league woke up with their team being, 4-10 or 5-9 or 6-8 but at least having hope that a franchise QB might be on the way in 2012. Whether it was Andrew Luck or Matt Barkley or RG3, fans including myself found our excitement growing that one of the strongest QB classes would allow their team to find the next QB to lead their team to glory.
USC Coach Lane Kiffin talks with SCPlaybook's Whitney Blaine about quarterback Matt Barkley staying for his senior year.
Thursday started off with awful news for the Dolphins in their search for a franchise quarterback, as USC junior Matt Barkley, rated by some as the No. 2 overall prospect in April’s draft, announced that he will instead return to school for his senior year. But the Colts have given the Dolphins and several other [...]
The big NFL draft news this week was that USC quarterback Matt Barkley will wait until 2013 to turn pro. But we’ve also had a couple of players announce that they’re leaving college early to enter the 2012 draft. College Football Talk has the news that Memphis defensive tackle Dontari Poe and Utah State running…