If Trent Richardson was a defensive player and Coleman was an offensive player, would Richardson get flagged, fined and even ejected for that hit? I bet he would. And my next question is why is an offensive player allowed to do this? If the NFL is really going to go full bore "protect the player," then they need to do it on both sides of the ball.
I heard this same thing 3 years ago.....
I don't think there's a single person out there who is above questions about their job performance. That being said, this person only needs to respond to his/her superiors with valid and intelligent responses. This is exactly why I am humored by Fickell's "Did we win" and his last rambling. It's a giant " F-U, you're not my boss."
It burns.....or should I say, "it byrnes"
I think it's too late to try this. I had thought about this earlier in the year and hoped we'd try it, but we never did. I'm guessing because we'd foul out quickly. McDonald and Williams love them some fouls.
I think it will happen. You mention that 16 seeds are getting weaker (which I disagree with), but I'd argue that #1 seeds are as well. This year we could see two #1 seeds from teams with sos of 44 (Villanova) and 105 (Wichita St.) In addition to these two teams, another #1 seed has a conference sos of 97 (UF). So it's possible that 3 of the 4 number one seeds will have played weak teams for at least half of their season. So, it will happen, but it will need to be a perfect storm of a 16 seed playing a tough schedule, losing all close games and sneaking in against an overrated #1 seed, which we have at least one every year.
Engineer some W's, you bums.
Not really the best time to be ripping on Purdue.
I don't know. Perhaps the hope is that these guys have been in the system and been exposed to Cover-4 as opposed to the other guys who had to unlearn an old defense to play in the new one. Old habits are hard to break. I hope that is it.
The Browns need too many players at too many different positions to pay big bucks for one guy.
This is exactly the answer I expected. This is exactly the answer I would have given if I were in his position.
Not to sell Brown's career at OSU short, but it just goes to show you that speed is only one dimension. I would have never guessed he was that quick because he just never seemed to make plays. Although looking back, he was dangerous on punt returns in the open field. Perhaps he lacked "shiftiness" to complement his "straight-line" speed or perhaps we didn't do a good job of getting him the ball in space.
A typo? Mother of pearl.
Best way to beat a zone.... Or a team.... Shoot 57% instead of 27%.
That was a big run and I called it. Clam to fame today, wrong tomorrow.
Vindication downvoter, vindication.
Great pass by loving. He needs more pt
Damn. Who was that guy that was saying we were one good run away from being back in game when everyone was out on the ledge?
I didn't call him a liar.
Slayed by negativity. Go bucks.
Get off the ledge. We've got half the game left and we've got to hope our play has already bottomed. We're one good run away. This game isn't over.
Rough being a US hockey fan lately
Here's a positive. That was about as bad as we play. We are one good stretch away from being back in it. No more dumb fouls. No more turnovers. And two shots drop. We're back.
I understand its been a rough season and a rough game, but seriously, why do you come here? You've been negative from the start. You add nothing other than but doom, gloom and negativity. I dont downvote you ever because you're always respectful and well within the rules and refs. But really, you just seem so miserable with your comments.
The person who posted "Amir. One good possession. Two bad".