I know that with Justin Fields at QB has helped him alot but he took this past offseason seriously to improve on what seemed to be lacking last year. Last year he seemed to make a jump cut when he didn't have to while this year as you said he's making it where the hole will appear. I love the way he is running, catching and blocking this year and he has become such a complete back. J.K. is the best back in the nation and I've watched alot of Hubbard and Taylor.
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Not sure if it’s X-ray vision.. but I think he can tell you when it’s raining outside...
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Not to be "that guy," but don't we all have five senses, so the gif should be "I have a sixth sense"?
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You wouldn't know, you don't have ESPN or something.
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so she shares their bias towards the SEC and hates tOSU? calling cincy ... /s
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don't we all have five senses, so the gif should be "I have a sixth sense"?
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Depending on who you talk to we have between 14 & 20.
I think in general JK has tremendous instincts but his experience has helped him anticipate and "predict" better than he used to. A lot of factors go into it(mobile QB, O-line performance) but all of that aside JK is a man on a mission and definitely proved that he took the off season very seriously. One of the all time greats to don the scarlet and gray.
Vision is as much about seeing what is there as it is about knowing what will be there. Zeke struggled with it early and once he started trusting what would be open, he turned into what he became. There are plays that are designed to open late and it takes an immense amount of trust by the RB to execute. JK has that in spades in addition to what appears to be an innate feel for gaps and creases. He is really fun to watch.
Getting back to Zeke, I thought there was a way he described 85 yards through the heart of the south. Something to the effect of see the play, run through the smoke, and trust it'll be there.
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What a ridiculous question...
Of course he does.
The last four, five games, most of JK's runs for a loss have been because he trips on his own feet while cutting, and if he didn't trip most of those runs would have ended with 8-12 yard gains. It's like only JK can stop JK when he's on his game.
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JK not only has x-ray vision, he also demonstrated that he is faster than a speeding train and can leap buildings in a single bound. JK is simply downright awesome.
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