I have the exact same sentiment. I think "cruise" and it involves being in the engine room.
"They're handing out "Director of Bullshit" positions now? Damn it! Why did I settle for Manager of Bullshit?
I'd draft him over Wentz. I think he'll do just fine behind a competent OL and with a coach who actually knows what he's doing.
Apparently his impact on the culture with the Browns wasn't so great either if this article is to be believed.
Wasn't his finest hour, but I still think the good outweighs the bad with Cam, and by no small margin. While he's no kid, 26 isn't exactly an age for which most people are known to be particularly sage.
And let us not forget that one of our heroes is known by many as "that coach who punched a kid" in a heated moment. We all know Woody was not defined by one lapse of judgment in an emotional outburst. Seems we should give Cam some benefit of the doubt, especially given the benign nature of his "tantrum."
To me, it's 80% De Niro mixed with 20% John Goodman.
Actually, we would have met (and vanquished) Notre Dame.
I appreciate your concern, but I don't concern myself with DV's and I'll never understand why folks get upset about them. There are measures in place to capture the trolls.
My thoughts on all of the goings-on up north: all sizzle and no steak. And we clearly have differing opinions on the definitions of "fun stuff" & "blockbuster."
I'll get worked up about the enemy when I consider them a threat; today is not that day.
Sometimes "fan" isn't short for "fanatic" after all. One has to be a rather casual fan to not know the D coordinator who helped you win a National Championship.
Someone needs to wrap those subcultures in an enigma, stat...
I mostly agree with you but I don't think his ceiling is as high as Zeke's. My reason to point that out isn't to knock Weber, but to remind fans how special Zeke is, and to not have unreasonable expectations from the RB position next season. If Weber's putting in the effort, I'm going to cheer for him even if the results don't match his predecessor's.
I believe Jerry Jones fell in love with Zeke when he torched Oregon in Jerry-World; I made that prediction last year and I'm sticking with it. The Steelers are too deep at WR and conversely thin in the secondary & both lines to go WR in the 2nd round, which is where I think Braxton goes... to Seattle. I'd bet a pretty penny that the Steelers do take at least one Buckeye from among Apple, Bell, Lee, Perry, Powel, and Washington.