RE Baker's INT, I do a very similar stretch for my herniated L5/L4 disk.
Eat some grapes.....bitches.
Looking at his highlight tape, I can think of only Barry Sanders. Maybe more LT, but I didn't see much receiving. Dude navigates traffic, plays well off blockers, and can make people miss. Hope he signs, as he's gonna be a favorite.
It was Deion Sanders in some goofy alter-ego thing.
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Yeah, if he is fast enough and can cover, then S looks like a good spot. But if he can get up 225-230lbs and still be fast, he could be a terror at LB. That closing speed...
I'm not sure he did. Teams said they clocked Braxton at sub 4.4.
BMan has been great, nothing but delightful. Even 12 years ago.
Wat? Central Catholic is not public. They poach athletes from the public schools. Recruit better than Univeristy of Toledo. :)
My thoughts too. How many punts has he downed inside the 5? I WANT TO KNOW!
I watched three of his games this year. I think he took an honest look at his options to be a professional football player. As a flex TE or WR he projects well, so long as he can catch the ball.
Heh, no problem. If people saw my first drafts, they'd know just how bad I am at this language. :)
Great article, but you really confused me by using phrases like "passing yards" when you mean "receiving", and following that up with calling him a dual threat player. Two phrases generally reserved for QBs. I wasn't sure if he was a RB or a QB until I well into the article.
And can be repurposed for Maryland!
Shitty weather, 50 carries. Maybe 20 passes, and 5 of those will be jet sweeps. I see no reason to rush Braxton back in, with those other dudes able to catch the ball. Maybe get him ready if he's been cleared, but not play. Unless those other dudes can't catch the ball. :)
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Which is why Zeke and JT will combine for over 350 rushing yards.
In that each is an example of sloppy work, yes.
And no mention of Vernon is complete without this:
I'm also fond of Gholston sticking his arm out and clotheslining a RB.
I think that's less a function of the Run D, and more a function of being up by 2 TDs or more 10 minutes into the game.
You should see the death threats TTUN's punter was getting...
- I'll see myself from your lawn
- Had the other guys done well, I'd agree, but Barkley was beating guys that were in position. That was just a great performance by an NFL RB.
- Yes, but Vonn needs to dial down the celebrations post-tackle.