Well, the hits keep coming for Blaine Gabbert as now one of his biggest supporters Mel Kiper was interviewed by Peter King and this what he supposely said:
"Blaine Gabbert. Lotta people comparing him to Drew Bledsoe coming out, but I don't see it. I'm not buying into Gabbert. I know he runs a 4.65 at 6-5 and 235, and I give him credit for doing it with a poor receiving corps, but I think he's shaky. You realize he completed only 38 percent of his throws 15 yards [and farther] downfield? And he was only 44 percent on third down, with six touchdowns and five interceptions? You know what Andrew Luck was on third down last year? Seventy-one percent. [Gabbert will] go in the top five, but I've got him down past 10 -- not exactly sure where right now. Still finalizing that. But he and Newton will be around 12, 13 for me."
Does anyone else find it ironic how Kiper jumps off the "Blaine Train" all of a sudden in the mist of talks about the Panthers taking Cam Newton number 1. Where did this come from all of a sudden? Unfornuately I don't have the answers to these questions but if you want to read more here is the link to the article in which I found this information: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/abraham/detail?entry_id=86329