QB goes #1
Good point Hodge.
I'm not an NFL expert, but I think I remember hearing that Brady doesn't have the strongest of arms either, making deep threats not as...threatening. Like Hodge said, it's more about timing and precision.
ZMOTY9, I was right there with you! Thanks for the help, guys. Thank prank is the Inception of mind games. Just awesome.
Question: If I couldn't see it, does that mean I might be part Canadian?
HAHAHAHAHA!!! That's the stuff of nightmares!
I put this on the same level as Adidas basketball uniforms, but at least you can eat this!
B1G Sugar Duckhunt
The argument is that dual threat guys can't do well in the NFL, so Cardale can't prove the haters wrong until he is actually succeeding in the pros. What would help is if Mariota and/or other dual threat guys like RG3 made a successful transition to the next level (like Russel Wilson). The problem with that example is Russel was trained in a pro style system (Wisconsin), thus reinforcing the haterzzz.
I think it may be tough for OSU to recruit pro style passers that have NFL aspirations. There has been a lot of talk recently (mostly about Marcus Mariota) about how spread system quarterbacks don't transition well to the NFL b/c the system doesn't teach the QBs the mental things they need to be able to do in the NFL.
I'm sure Guarantano has heard that pitch and I am sure that the Buckeyes have developed angles to counteract that argument from pro style system recruiters. But it's still out there.
Gotta expect turnover when a new coach takes over.
Awww, for old time's sake: When Brady Hoke took over there were apple turnovers! Ba-zinga!
BigNut2017, I admire the depth and breadth of your optimism. I also understand the courage you showed in posting your beliefs knowing you would be crucified by the commentariat of 11W. Bravo!
Just don't be sooooo wrong next time.
Happy Jamarco to this!
I prefer Harblah or Harbum, but to each his own.
Is that what it's called? Sorry if I messed up.
Awesome thanks for sharing. Hope that becomes more of the norm.
I would like them to choose an artist I dislike. Also preferably one who makes bland music that fades into oblivion after you have heard it more than twice. I feel like Pit Bull fits both of those categories, so I would nominate him. The lyrics could include themes such as "time to party", "coming from the streets", "baby you look so fine", and all the other beige song concepts that are unmemorable.
I heard on the Dan Patrick show that this Chicago team beat Mo'Ne Davis' team. That really bums me out that her story ended b/c of cheaters. It would have been cool to see her pitch in the finals. My outrage factor is low because it's just kids, but that was a nice feel-good story to pass the offseason with.
I've been watching a lot of the Prem since I have been losing interest in the NFL. I'm taking time to narrow down a favorite team.
Not a big fan of the teams that try to buy a championship like City, Man U, etc. But, that makes them easier to watch. Here is the list of teams I am growing to like:
Arsenal, Tottenham, Southampton
I took a shine to Leicester, but it looks like I won't get to watch them much longer.
Teach your defense how to tackle, Mike.
That tweet is Charlie Sheen-esque. #UltimateNinjaWarriorVaticanAssassin
I heard he can watch the game at Noah Spence's place...
No sweat Franklin. I'm biased too and I had a hard time picking against Mariota. From all his interviews, seems like a great person. And he can produce on the field too. But seriously, the Buckeyes are gonna WIN!!!!
Is #4 Ashton Kutcher???