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View Poll Results: QB talk - Pro Style vs Spread: Does it make a difference in grading prospects?
Yes 8 57.14%
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Default Pro Style vs Spread QB Prospects

Debate about the advantages and disadvantages of the Pro Style versus Spread Option QB prospects. Is the new passing trend in the NFL transforming to make it easier for Spread QBs to succeed in the NFL where they weren't before? If so, then does that devalue the QB position? Have other thoughts?
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