The kid has great release and throwing motion, good footwork and pocket presence, good placement and arm strength. His wheels are decent from what I saw, but not a exciting as Miller when on the loose. Deondre seems to go through progressions fairly well and can make tough throws in small windows. If only he were 3-4 inches taller...
Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off Road, Lethal Enforcers, TMNT, Simpsons, X-Men, Golden Tee, Pit-Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter 2, Sunset Riders, After Burner, Operation Wolf, Golden Axe, Run and Gun (basketball), and Title Fight all ate more of my change growing up than I can even fathom.
I was wondering if anyone had posted this link yet.
Just so long as we don't have to recruit Merle too...
Unless you're part of the SEC
It's also stupid goal that goes against the nature of life, in that we're all trapped in rotting prisons of flesh. Death finds us all, regardless of how you look in front of a mirror.
Wow that's some poetic philosophy shit right there. I think I'll have to remember this on Monday when i feel like crap because I drank the weekend away.
but the fans are too loud ref!
They have consistency, unfortunately not the kind that we as Browns fans would like! They consistently find ways to lose that amaze me. They are consistently bad and have losing records. They consistently draft poorly... I mean this might be the most consistent franchise in the entire NFL!
I was thinking the same. Like Pryor, it seems Lawson short arms his passes and has deceptive speed.
From a former Marionaire, now living roughly an hour from Madison, to a current Marionaire; I thank you for keeping this oath.
I sea what you did their...
I took the easy route and chose the kicker. Huge leg and most likely starting as a true fresh from the get go. I think he ends up being in the top 5 all time Buckeye scoring leaders by the time he leaves the school.
Sabino ended up having a decent impact, it just took him 3 years to bloom.
Grant still has a year to show if he's a total bust or not. I for one think he will end up as one, but let's not put the cart before the hourse.
This is pretty close to how I would rank them.
- Beanie(tied for 6)
Then at the very bottom of the all time list Mo Wells... That guy could get tackled by a blade of grass I swear.
He sure did, especially when he was a db...
Not sure how this one didn't make the list.
Or this beauty of a blocking debacle by Florida
Indiana actually has a pretty high powered passing offense, it's their atrocious defense that is the main reason they keep dropping game after game.
If I recall both Indiana and Illinois have top passing offense ranked in the top 20's. While I agree that giving up 35 to Illinois was a bit embarrassing, giving up 14 to Indiana is decent. Only Wisconsin has managed to hold them to less than that and that was during one of the biggest wind storms to hit the Midwest this year thus negating most of the Hoosiers offense. I mean even Michigan State, the top ranked Defense in the nation gave up 28.
That being said you are likely correct in that we still get left out unless #1 or #2 loses.
Thanks again for posting these threads. It continues to help bring me back to reality that the chance of playing for the MNC is actually fairly high should we win out.
Even to this day I can't get it through my head that Cooper, despite having all of that NFL caliber talent on his rosters every single year, couldn't beat Michigan let alone bring home a National Title.
Thanks for the trip down memory lane.
I think you mean 26 games in a row assuming we get the B1G Championship game and a bowl game. 12-0 last year + 14-0 this year
Then again I've seen a lot of people say 24 so maybe I'm missing something.
Based on where the Buckeyes started the season, our boys should still be ranked #2. No losses, and no actual close games except Wisky in which we coasted to the finish from half time on rather than keep the hammer down. Having not lost in the Urban era to this point only goes to further my resolve.
Based on the "eye test" I'd say 3rd is a good place for them to be. FSU has looked like a friggin juggernaut all season. Bama has looked good, but not invincible at times, especially this past Saturday and whether we want to accept it or not winning 3 out of 4 MNC's is worthy of note. Sure there has been massive player turnover in that time, but Satan, er I mean Saban is still the coach and with him being the ESPN anointed king of the NCAA Bama will always be in the top.
Does Kain Colter not count as a QB or were his stats just not good enough to include since he has like 8 or 9 int's?
I'm with you, except a buddy of mine and I randomly picked a week in November to go duck hunting... Just so happened it fell on bye week what a coincidence.