I already talked about how silly it is treat an NFL prospects lack of culinary skills as if they are detrimental to his FOOTBALL career, but before we go any farther with this let's just have another look at the scouting report...
Now obviously the whole allegation that he doesn't have the life skills to play professional is a pretty slanderous claim, but did anyone else notice anything about those series of tweets that are sent out by Eli's teammates, family, and friends? Like - oh, i don't know - the fact that none of them addressed the actual football criticisms in this scouting report. What a world we live in. Not only are analysts judging whether or not college football players would make good housewives, but the player's inner circles are ignoring the most insulting critiques to defend their boy's ability to whip up some quality mac 'n' cheese.
I just imagine Ezekiel Elliot reading that report like "Inconsistent? Check. Squats on routes? Check. Let's receivers run by him too often? Check. Slow reaction time? Check. Can't cook? WHOA, WHOA, WHOA, HAVE THEY EVER HAD HIS FRIED CHICKEN!!!". Just laugh out loud funny that there are two sides having a legitimate conversation about food preparation when the draft is around the corner. Oh well, if defending yourself this staunchly against an outrageous claim is the only thing that can validate it then maybe Eli Apple's inability to make time appropriate meals after 10AM is the worst thing about him. I would argue that only being able to cook breakfast food is a blessing in disguise, but hey, that's why they don't pay me to dissect NFL prospects and their "off-the-field issues".