That is one of the points I was trying to make also. Why not just stick with Hoyer? Why bring in McCown? I don't think either one is all that good but why not create some stability?
Yep. Slippin Jimmy is back at it
Here is some talk about narrow hips being an advantage when it comes to sprinting
LOL. What exactly am I wrong about. Fell free to google the millions of articles devoted to "weight room vs functional strength". The vast majority of people do consider the core and posterior chain essential to real world strength for athletics. The only thing hard about this is figuring out where to start.
Listen to some of the things Urban Meyer said
All I am saying is that JH looks more like an athletic TE that would do better in a spread offense
I don't think he would do well in a run-heavy, I formation team. He might be another guy that goes to the Patriots. He would do really well taking over Hernandez's role.
Devin Smith is a great gunner, so I do not see him loacking heart or toughness to be a blocker. Some scout probably saw a couple of bad plays and was really reaching
I root for the Giants, but I would like to see JH go to a spread team
I was just interpreting what they were trying to say. I think JH would do best in an offense that like to move their TE around. He will probably never be a dominating blocker, but some offenses do not need that.
Sad. I was too young to know about anything he did politically, but he seemed like a good guy
They're saying that he is "all show, no go". A lot of real world strength comes from the core, but the average lay person will look at the show muscles or how much a person benches. There is no bench to help you stabilize and lift a weight on the field.
Just looking at a few pictures of Jeff Heuerman you can tell that he has smaller hips which will not be very good when it comes to squats or real world blocking, but people with smaller hips, generally, have better straight-line speed.
If you are looking for an athletic TE, draft JH. If you are looking for a blocking TE, don't draft JH
It was rare for an O-Lineman in the NFL to be 300lbs. Joe Jacoby was one of the biggest O-Lineman in the 80's--that I can remember-- and he was 6'7 295.
The S&C programs and general knowledge in high schools are light years ahead of what they were back in the day; but, still, something else is going on here. I mean, each generation does get a little bit taller and a little bit heavier, but it is strange
Also, their parents are less likely to smoke. They are less likely to smoke
I guess I need to check out The Wire
Hale is 310+ lbs and he can definitely play the one technique that goes out on obvious passing situations. He should be stronger than what he was in 2013, also.
A lot of B1G athletic departments have really good profit margins.
Football is more important than making money, and, obviously, your math and accounting classes
He is Rod Jones's little brother
All in the Family
15. "I think what Kanye West is going to mean is something similar to what Steve Jobs means. I am undoubtedly, you know, Steve of Internet, downtown, fashion, culture. Period. By a long jump. I honestly feel that because Steve has passed, you know, it's like when Biggie passed and Jay-Z was allowed to become Jay-Z."
16. "I've been connected to the most culturally important albums of the past four years, the most influential artists of the past ten years. You have like, Steve Jobs, Walt Disney, Henry Ford, Howard Hughes, Nicolas Ghesquiere, Anna Wintour, David Stern."
17. [And in conclusion:] "I will be the leader of a company that ends up being worth billions of dollars, because I got the answers. I understand culture. I am the nucleus."
So, Kanye West and John Lennon suck
Well, Kanye thinks that he is a genius because he talks shit over stolen music
Coach Meyer just needs to go public and explain the situation. Let Weber go if he wants