Imagine all three of those guys in on a third down passing situation. Slide Nick inside on the same side as Cooper. Someone is getting that sack.
I think it helps. Imagine Braxton in the slot, JT motions him in the backfield to line up next to Zeke. Who are they going to defend? They have to respect the hand off to Braxton which means they can't key in on Zeke. I think it will open up the field for Zeke and give him a chance to break a few extra 85 yarders. The possibilities are endless with the amount of dynamic play makers that will be on the field at the same time. It is mind blowing to think that this years offense is going to probably put up better numbers than last year.
Who actually thinks Zeke will have to pay that?
From day one I felt like the program was based on having the attitude that everything was a competition, you worked your ass off to earn time and you hit the books as hard as you hit the weights. If that is indeed the case I guess it's easy to figure out why they parted ways