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If less than 4 do that then over the summer a few will develop "medical issues" that prevent them from playing. It is what it is.
What you are saying does happen, however I don't think we've seen one "medical issue" yet that isn't fairly legitimate. We haven't seen anyone that's been perfectly healthy get sent packing.
I agree. He just doesn't seem to have the mobility to play on the end. I don't blame him, not many 6'9" 340 lb guys can move well.
I hope you're right. Hill, Victor and Mack shouldn't have any problems passing up those guys so long as they're given the opportunity. Hill should have been playing in front of them the entire '16 season.
God I hope you're right.
*meant to say TMac instead of Clark.
This discussion has gone on and on for at least a year. We've all watched balls bounce right off their hands time and time again, the few times they were open.
At some point you have to move on. Stop putting senior guys ahead on the depth chart when they haven't earned it on the playing field.
I agree - he was a former safety in HS. Even though he has put on weight for the position, I bet if he dropped 10 lbs he would be dangerous. He absolutely has the speed.
Exactly my point. Can a guy really reach his full potential if he is splitting all of his reps with another guy? If Bosa splits reps with Hubbard and one of the DT's, will we even see all that he has to offer in year 2?
What we do know is that Smith has absolutely been crucial inn developing some studs for OSU in the WR core,
We KNOW that? I think that's a stretch.
Thomas was a stud for sure, but was developed by his uncle and company while we barely used him last year and his numbers sank.
Devin Smith? Throw it up and let him run underneath it is not developing anyone. When we went to the draft the claim was that he couldn't run routes.
Who else? Jalin Marshall or Braxton? Noah Brown?
I'm not saying Smith didn't have a hand in developing some guys, but I think it would be quite a stretch to say he was crucial to developing anybody. We're bringing in top level blue chip guys, and last year showed they're going nowhere. Remember when NB got hurt last year before the season? Everybody was like, we'll be fine - we've got a room full of 4* guys... we see how well that panned out.
Criminal how little we used that guy. 18 receptions for an avg of 14 yards and he couldn't get on the field while those 2 guys were lined up regularly.
Well that's a legit complaint then... Anyone blaming any defensive player after that game is a fool.
We were going to have to play lights out on offense to keep up and we did the exact opposite.
Would you gamble your future on this new league that could fold up at any time? You wouldn't be eligible to go back to college at that point, you're just SOL.
Really good point I hadn't thought of. You choose this league, get paid to play for one season, and then it folds. Now you can't go back to school. What do you do? CFL or Arena League? Euro League?
The writer probably already had a "Bama Undefeated 2016 Champs" tattoo on his leg.
I may have an inaccurate view of Ward's cover skills, but I'm not sure where you come up with "Ward hate" from the post I made.
I'm not sure how you justify keeping Zach Smith. The WR group was terrible this year and you only let go of Warinner and Beck, while letting Joker Phillips walk? Dumb.
I wouldn't exactly call it an offensive overhaul when you keep the coach of a unit that had some glaring problems.
You got your "constant" by them somehow not letting Zach Smith walk. I'm not sure how you overhaul the entire offensive staff, except a guy who coached a position that had the most problems.
Yeah, but wasn't Webb also a safety last year? Why couldn't EGW pass him up? We all saw how much Webb was abused this year in coverage.
In short - NO. It is too disjointed and everybody gets too quick with the hook as soon as one guys makes a mistake.
How bout we just don't run the QB every time the coaching staff gets uptight about the game?