was anyone else disappointed not to find a talk show of H. Jon Benjamin discussing the upcoming game in Blacksburg?
incredible, esp. bc the last 8 were bigtime, key contributors on THE CFP CHAMPIONS.
but hard to see this trend continuing... nowadays all our recruits are 4*s+
what a great experience for a young Tribe fan. No one plays as all-out at all times in the field and on the base path. Out of all the mega-stars of the Indians teams, Vizquel, Sandy and Lofton were the ones worth rooting for
I hope Kyle Berger makes it onto the field. And this is all with Booker, Hilliard, Baker and Connor waiting in the wings
(and missing out on production from Mike Mitchell and Trey Johnson)
you're right, and Raekwon is an inside LB ... this unit is stacked, and Lee and Perry are already over-acheivers. Excited to see what Dante Booker can do, as well
I know they both play MLB, but you don't think we'll be able to get them on the field at the same time with Lee? How do you see the starting unit shaking out?
I think Raekwon has already been more productive for the Bucks than Grant was until his Sr yr
e: damn, double post
def grabbing Forte in the fantasy draft this yr!
did Stoneburner come in as a WR? I don't remember
Rashod Berry to TE
I keep finding myself thinking:
We have to feed Mike early and often. But we need to stretch the D with Smith. And we should make sure to get Jalin the ball in space at all opportunities. Too many great options, and that's only after EzE, who has emerged as maybe our best weapon!
My how far how WR core has come in just one year ... and Philly Brown, who may have held us back a bit toward the end of 2013, is playing well for an NFL playoff team!
pls link to the outrage on mgoblog related to Clark nearly "killing [a child's] sister" that was so rampant after Hyde's reprehensible incident.
whether or not he meant it this way, calling the passing game pathetic or near pathetic over the last two years, especially when contrasted with JT's recent play, is partly a slight against Braxton
Good point that Braxton will likely take a beating, but I don't agree that he'll be doing so for free. If he's being honest with himself, he likely knows by now that he's a phenomenal football player, but has not shown the tools to play QB in the NFL. He'll likely make money as a RB or WR, meaning now is the time to start putting on mass and showing what he can do as a large, fast RB, and he will not be sacrificing for nothing.
Tell me if I'm crazy.. but with Denard's recent success at RB in the NFL, and Braxton showing little ability to impress NFL scouts as a pure QB, I think we start JT at QB with Braxton featured in a RB committee with EzE. Braxton in the backfield could also open up new-age schemes the likes of which neither CFB or the NFL have ever seen.
eta scooped by Buckeye Knight by 45 seconds but still excited by the possibilities
top QBs lining up to learn under UFM
worth a watch for the expert videography - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2GMcjNyAyI
but Crowell was SEC Freshman of the Year when he played. My point is Rod Smith was given every opportunity to succeed at OSU and couldn't get on the field in cfb. Don't see how he'll be able to beat out NFL talent (granted he was sitting behind NFL talent in Hyde in Smith's junior year).
In today's skull session, DJ says Rod Smith is an NFL talent and will get his chance at the next level. I know his measurables are absurd, but does anyone actually see him catching on with an NFL team? Seems like that may just be kicking his can full of potential down the road..