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Tale of the Tape: Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston vs. University of Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota

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Tale of the Tape: Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston vs. University of Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota

by NFL Highlights 6:44 mins

Bucky Brooks joins Marc Istook to break down Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston based on accuracy, arm strength, mobility and decides who has the x-factor to lead an NFL team.

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