it is no coincidence that as the OL got better, Zeke got better. Get him into the secondary, and good luck.
I gave my donation right after seeing the link. I don't expect to get one of the paintings, but it's fine if I don't. There won't be any by 9pm EST, if not already sold out.
This cause is one close to my own heart. I look forward to giving them money for years to come.
What I remembered most of all was Brewer making EVERY throw on third down. Just insanely "this guy will be in the NFL" good throws. Under pressure. Had terrible flashbacks to last year.
Would be great to get a 6-7 man rotation in, given the experience Perry, Kwon, and Lee all got this year.
Yep, dont' sleep on Webb, either. Between him and Lattimore. But Reeves will see the field plenty. I look forward to more Erik Smith.
Lattimore was challenging for starting spot before he got hurt. If he's healthy, I think he's the guy to beat.
Also many more plays going his way. I'd pick running at Steve Miller over running at Bosa, and so did most teams.
He dropped a lot of balls early in the season, but he was almost always open, beating his man. Keep in mind he was the 4th or 5th WR.
Having been in that stadium wearing Orange and Brown, it can be ugly. I'm a Toledo native ('05er), and Toledo fans rival Philly fans for our predilection to violence.
I've been to Lynchburg. Falwell owns EVERYTHING. Because if there is one thing Jesus would do, it's own a trucking company.
And apparently what was written is not what he said, or out of context.
"I sat in Coach Malzahn's office and he told me that I'm their guy,"Gibson told Rivals. "He said he wants me to come in and I would get a fair opportunity to play quarterback, and I believe him."
When asked about his commitment to Ohio State, Gibson acknowledged he’s still committed “but I’m considering Auburn a lot. I don’t have a problem redshirting, but sitting two or three years, that’s not what I want to do.” Next weekend, Gibson is scheduled to visit LSU, another powerhouse program whose QB situation is in flux.
So was Alabama. ;)
I'd put the WR depth chart like this:
- Mike Thomas
- Corey Smith
- Jalin Marshall/Dontre Wilson
- Johnny Dixon
- Noah Brown
Now, where would you put Braxton? He'd be in the H-B/slot. I expect a steady rotation of the top 5 guys, so plugging Brax into that rotation should be easy. You can split Wilson or Marshall wide while Smith sits. But probably not more than 10-15 plays until conference play. By which time we should know what he can do catching the ball.
If he really has turned a corner with respect to his work ethic and maturity, JT isn't beating out Cardale. That's a big if. But Jones will have all spring as #1 QB, and start Fall camp on par with JT with respect to preparation, and a superior athlete/arm.
Brionte Dunn will be getting plenty of carries next year.
I like how taxes and agents and family members don't exist in your math. :)
The thing is, it wouldn't be for life. He's a 3rd or 4th round pick if he comes out today. He would have 2-3 years making slightly more than league minimum, maybe gross a million bucks (actually get less than half of it). There's is risk. If he can win the starting job, and continues to develop, he could be a top pick, with millions of dollars in signing bonuses.
He won't be rich until that second contract. But I still think he goes. A few hundred grand a year is nothing to sneeze at. He'll just have to wait a few years before he can buy his momma a new house.
"Why does confetti fall from the sky whenever I
win start?" ftfy
I think it's fair to say that Cam Heyward wins that one.
I have a hard time believing a kid that hasn't run in two months is going to be in game shape. i think this is a smokescreen. I'll be surprised if he plays more than 10 plays.
Mike "Boom" Weber. If he reminds me of anyone, it's Boom.
Mike Adams, too.