True, but once he kept falling, I was expecting a team that needed a safety to trade up and get him. Anyway, great acquisition for Indy.
The fall might end up benefiting him. Raiders are building a pretty good team.
I cannot believe so many teams passed on him. He will become a star.
I know I'm late, but the dumbass Bengals just passed on the next Ed Reed for a receiver who'll always be injured. I'm truly at a loss for words.
I keep hearing analysts say Hooker may fall because of injury concerns. Of course I'm heavily biased, but if teams need a safety, and decide to pass on him, they're simpletons.
VIDEO JUST RELEASED OF CONLEY IN THE BAR WITH
VICTIMaccuser WHICH REVEALS CONTRADICTION IN POLICE REPORT.
She's no victim.
Exactly. It's like, even if he is innocent, people are still going to point that he's somehow at fault. How about the accuser, if in fact her claims are false (which seems likely), shouldn't lie and try to ruin someone's reputation. Just absurd to me.
I understand Price doesn't have the "ideal" measurables for a D-end, but I've seen him terrorize opposing offensive lines while at Pitt, and I can't believe he is projected mainly as a day 3 prospect. Some team is going to be getting a steal with him.
At least he'll eventually be the replacement for Al Michaels on SNF when he inevitably retires. But I still feel bad for Tirico knowing that he'll be commentating alongside Collinsworth.
I'm prepared for the downvotes, but to me, this accusation seems like absolute BS. You decline an offer to have an orgy with a stranger, but then offer to voluntarily watch? Plus, this comes right as Conley's about to become a millionaire. This seems like a futile attempt at a cash grab.
The Dolphins didn't wait for the smoke to clear to draft Tunsil... Get it?!?!
I'll see myself out.
Collins was being questioned as apart of a murder, but not as a suspect. Don't think it's too similar.
OSU is the best team at having their QBs succeed at different positions at the next level (i.e. Tom Tupa, Pryor, Braxton, etc.)
OSU's offense may not have been good last season, but at least they never blocked each other.
And the offensive juggernauts that are Michigan and Florida, of course.
Not including OSU-Indiana, for obvious reasons.
The Bama vs. Florida State game appears to be the only intriguing matchup between two legitimate playoff contenders for week 1.
However, Virginia Tech vs. WVU and Georgia Tech vs. Tennessee will also be entertaining.
Houston now has their own version of Zone 6.
No in-state rival? You forget about Georgia Tech?
Sparty. It doesn't matter how bad they may be, as long as D'Antonio's coaching, they'll be a tough outing.
The Cal Golden Bears. They have (I believe) the fourth most players currently in the NFL from one university. However, ever since around 2007, when they were ranked #2 at one point in that season, they've been a disaster.
I'm just here for the obligatory #FireFickell.
I have no doubt they will, they passed just because it was the spring game. Kevin Wilson isn't Pete Carroll after all.
Our 3rd string QB, whoever it turns out to be, would be the starter most places.
Why does that sound familiar?
My observation: Some people are overreacting way too much about Barrett. I don't know about the rest of you, but I saw him throwing the ball with a lot more conviction in this game than I did at any point last season (although that may be because he knew it was two hand touch when he was playing).