His arm strength is good enough for our offense. I haven't seen a throw that he couldn't make, it's more about timing (some late) which will get sorted out as he gets more reps. Oh yeah and another point, if the dang receivers stop the drops (very catchable balls) he'd prolly be leading the Heisman convo and not be a darkhorse candidate for the Heisman.
The sprinkler dance done to perfection, by an absolutely hot chick. I would love to upvote this +1000
I love House Party!
After next week, the concerns will become more evident. Right now I see a tale of 2 halves, the 2nd being night and day above the first. I'd like to see 4 more quarters before I make up my mind. My eyes will be focused on the offensive line, secondary, and linebackers next week. I think JT will be a very capable starter as long as the line isn't acting as a revolving door.
The coaches need to uncuff the defense and offense, the O play calling and defense schemes were a bit puzzling at times today.
Samuel looked great! Awesome burst and wiggle.
I'll take the win. I get the feeling that both the defense and offense is being handcuffed by the coaches. They need to let these guys get loose and let the talent shine!
hopefully they have this corrected.
Rod smith was shelved primarily for not holding onto the ball. It's hard to capitalize on your talents when you've put the ball on the ground so many times, it's all about trust. He has to regain that trust and be dependable first.
If Lebron brings a championship to Cleveland, it will actually erase the memory of all Clevelanders to the point that they will forget that he ever left!
I expected to see more Bron Bron hatin' and vitriol than I'm seeing here. It's good to see that the die hards are giving him another chance, how gracious...
"His preferred style of play has resulted in two national championships and two undefeated seasons. Those high marks came with three different teams – Florida, Utah and Ohio State."
Should've read..... three undefeated seasons not two.
Urbs had an undefeated season coaching Utah in 2004.
Shazier went ahead and yoked up!! Go get some young blood!
Hell Yeah! I'm gonna get me one for my man cave.
I haven't logged-in in a couple of days and was like whoooaaaaaaa!!!!!!!! Looking good 11W!
Great post Ramzy. I think that these are thoughts that a great many of us have expressed over the last two excruciating loses.
There is a lot to be said about not over thinking it. I'm from the old school thought of keep it simple stupid, so getting fancy and cute on the football field has never resonated with me. I can't say that we would have definitely won those games if we continued to feed Hyde, but I sure would've liked our chances!
I wish that I could ^ Vote you.
Simply no. Not satisfied, right now. Albeit a successful season @ 12-2 (which is nothing to sneeze at), I had higher expectations for this year's team which I'm sure everyone else in our locker room did too. I am though very proud of the players for giving their all on the field for our enjoyment.
I should feel more satisfied right now. I know though after more time to reflect on what this team has accomplished and what the future has in store next season these feeling's I'm sure will change for the better.
In the words of R. Kelly, Fiesta, Fiesta!
Warinner looks like a younger version of Hank from Breaking Bad!
I see what you did there at the end....it was corny, but I like it!
Everyone points to the defense not playing up to par, but our D has played this way for the past two seasons. Our run defense has been a bright spot and solid all year but our pass defense is abysmal. Well outside of the obvious defensive save where a corner has stepped in to save the day (I'm looking at you Mr. Powell).
Our lack of offense in the 4th quarter is what sealed our demise. That's directly attributable to horrible play calling.
I ain't mad at this, I'd buy one!