Brandon Jacobs did not fit in a pistol/spread option offense that the 49ers had back then. I don't know. Was it a GM who thought it was fantasy football that signed Jacobs? He was effective in the NYG's pro set
That could be true, but they didn't like the Cranston selection
I thought he looked more natural at TE too. We can see his technique, body control, hands, etc on film. Most of his DE film is just him beating the guy in front of him b/c he is on another level physically.
His film at TE is unbelievable. He looks like a very natural TE even more so than DE. At DE, it looks like no one can hang with him physically more than anything. If he doesn't get that much bigger naturally, I would keep him at TE.
They are taking actors that have done mostly minor comedic roles and turning them into great dramatic actors-i.e. Bob Odenkirk, Bryan Cranston, Michael McKean. People thought Vince Gilligan was crazy when he said the dad from Malcolm in the Middle was going to play the lead role in Breaking Bad, but he was right.
I was rooting for EGW, b/c PR would be a good way for him to get more playing time. It sounds like it will be McCall though
I always thought that this was the most ideal place for Samuel. I am surprised that they took McCaffery and Samuel, however. Maybe the rumors are true that they may try to trade McCaffery. The Panthers lost Ted Ginn Jr and his production, so those guys will have to fill that void.
You'd think that the Browns would play it safe after the whole Johny Maziel thing
Well, I think it is a good experience for the guys, so it should help a little bit. I guess I was comparing it to going to Florida for the spring which would really help recruiting
Jim Harbaugh said he wished for a national championship when he threw coin into Trevi Fountain. pic.twitter.com/vNU862GKoK — Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) April 24, 2017
The coin was picked off by Malik Hooker.
Admittedly, I don't know the details of what is going on with the trip but how much does that cost to travel the whole team to Rome? It's not like this trip will improve recruiting or anything, so what is the benefit?
On the other hand, if they cannot pay these guys anything but a small stipend, it might be good to show these guys some different cultures. However, it is unfair to smaller schools.
Anyways, to get to you point, I have no idea why so people think that Haskins is a clear cut favorite for the 2nd job in '17 and the starter job in '18. I mean Haskins looks outstanding but still.
I like the ability to run the option and force the defense to respect the additional blocker or runner in the box, but at the same time being able to throw the deep ball put the defense in a constant Catch-22 with what they should do with their safeties.
Burrow was 22-26 last year in garbage time I believe, also
From what I've heard, Burrow does a better job running the option. The run game, option and RPOs will still drive the offense in 2017, if you look at the OL, outside WRs, and a very underrated Weber. That is why I think Burrow will be 2nd and JT Barrett still 1st.
Especially in 2017
Can't wait for BuckeyeJack to choose a side and then create endless threads
Carson Palmer, Tom Brady, Don Majkowski, Randall Cunningham and others have had knee injuries from someone falling forward on their front leg while it was planted.
Pushing off the rear leg. The weight is transferred from the rear to the front.
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I could always see Hubbard playing the Will in a 46 defense or a variation of the Hidden Bear that Oregon used to run since the LB is already on the LOS. You could swap out the LBs for DEs. I'm just throwing ideas out there.
Some of that playing safety in high school might just pay off yet.
Wonder if we will see something like this Buck Sweep that Wilson ran at IU. http://www.elevenwarriors.com/ohio-state-football/film-study/2015/09/60623/film-study-scouting-the-indiana-hoosier-offense