Farscape. My wife and I would love living on Moya with Crichton and Areyn Sun. Being able to starburst and mastering wormholes in the uncharted territories while seeing the universe is the way to go.
You started the bullying. I'm sure it works for you with kids and some women but save your breath. I'm 2 states over dude. The proof is above but you care little the proof. Just like you starting the insults with me as well with others above. You are so blinded by anger you can't see what you are. Help is out there and until you are honest with yourself you will remain unhappy. No if you want to just argue football that's fine but bringing up points you made with someone else that I didn't see is lame. All you have to do is stay on the subject. Urban was going to back JT no matter what just like he did Zack but that doesn't mean I'm wrong. If a QB loses his confidence then he should not be out there. Like I said above but you choose to ignore, this site did a detailed analysis on JT not pulling the trigger on timing routes just like ESPN did with slow motion. They were open. You can make all the excuses you want but when JT exited the UM the receivers didn't just all at once started being open and pulling passes but the balls were arriving on time and accurately. That's proof. They didn't go from a clown show to one of the best receiving groups in the country in 9 months magically but their new QB gave them a fair chance to prove themselves . Myer was going to say Haskins wasn't ready so he could stay with JT. Haskins was throwing accurate footballs in the spring game while JT struggled again (and INT). When Myer said he was going with JT I prepared myself for no a loss or 2 because of his arm and no NC and I enjoyed that season much better because of it. I stayed with the ship whether it sank or not because I do really like JT but not to the point of putting other players down because of his short comings. We may or may not have done as good or better with Haskins but I wanted something different because it wasn't going to happen with JT and at least Haskins could get experience. It's not a matter of being stupid but trying to follow stupid when there is no real point made.
I'll type slow so you can understand. DO YOU KNOW THAT PUTTING THE BALL IN THE BEST POSITION FOR THE WR TO CATCH MEANS MUCH LESS LIKELY TO TURN THE BALL OVER JUST LIKE HANDING THE BALL OFF PROPERLY OR SECURING WHILE YOU RUN. You read but you don't understand what Urban was saying. You said above that Haskins wasn't ready in 2017 because of his fumble then ignore that he came and drove the field putting us in scoring position 5 straight times to pull out a win that we wouldn't have won. Even our UM fans on here said they wanted JT to throw because no one feared his arm like Haskins. That Haskins (you place all your knowledge and proof on)fumble was most likely because of the lack of reps he was getting in games because Urban wanted JTs stats to blossom even up 5 TDs. That proves you know little about football. I'm sure with your attitude your grandmother was disappointed in you in the end. That is sad for her. I'm sure you are in the house everyday trolling on your PC like a little man that you are thinking you know so much about football that you are trolling recruits because you have convince yourself you are a difference maker. The problem is that you don't recognize what you are doing. Recognition is the first step in change your attitude. You say I'm the only one you have a problem with but look above to the other you have trolled. I got to see other threads before they were erased from your profile showing the same disturbing behavior. Look above at our back and forth and see who insulted who first. Not giving a shit about respect is a trolls honor code just like being so big and brave over the net. There is help out there.
The fact that you took something Urban said and changed it's meaning to fit your agenda is just sad. Protecting the football is every skilled offensive players job but JUST doing isn't all their is to being successful. The fact that I have to explain that to you shows you know very little about football. I do know shit about you from your dialog. Your insecure with the fact that no one respects you and try to come off smarter than you are while you sit in your mothers basement. By looking at your post, you are arguing with everyone showing you are an unhappy individual (most likely with yourself). The best part of you troll ran down your mothers leg.
Dude you live in a delusional world. You started insulting as result of lack of credibility(or ideas) to your point. Someone with your lack of knowledge really shouldn't tell others what THEY should do. You said you were done which you couldn't follow up on. We are in danger of high jacking this thread so maybe both parties should stop.
Looks as though you should.
Way way out there.
What the hell kind of crap are you talking about? Are you saying he was supposed to screw up our passing game? Putting the ball in the best place for the receiver to catch accomplishes that goal. Those multiple pic6s he threw that season showed he wasn't listening. On top of that the UM game where Haskins (won) walked in and drove them into scoring position on every drive while throwing double in I/3 of the game than JT did in 2/3 showed he was ready and so were the receivers.
For the most point I agree but I did have a forum topic in late October of 2014 that JT was missing open receivers badly.
And it's the QB job to put the FUCKING ball in the best place to be caught by a receiver which he failed to do past about 7 yards. Those primadinnas are playing on Sunday(along with this years group) unlike the guy who was throwing.
Dude, it was apparent the receivers lost confidence in JT. If his confidence was lost because of dropped passes that were well within reason then he is no leader and since I know that he was then you are full of it. He didn't pull the trigger because he struggled with it. A whole receivers room doesn't suddenly start playing like the way they did unless the guy throwing it changes.
This how JT defenders see things. It was posted by the staff that the receivers were better than the national average for dropped passes. They also did a detailed article with images of JT not pulling the trigger on timing routes over an over as well as ESPN (Tom Luginbill) showing the same thing. All year we watched QB against us hit windows far smaller than JT had but defenders wanted them running wide open.
The receivers were perceived bad because JT was either late with the throw, missed his target or didn't see them. The receivers took the blunt of criticisms because of Urban's wanting to throw them under the bus for JT accuracy problems. There was plenty to gain if Myer would have started Haskins against Wisconsin after he SAVED the UM game. The committee wasn't going to go with a JT led team after he flopped so bad the year before. I don't blame JT because he gave more than most would ever give but Urban should have done his job and not gone with him especially since he wasn't 100%. It may not have made a difference but there was no chance with JT. Myer was loyal to a fault. The same loyalty that kept Zack also went with JT.
First of all the anointed themselves the most winningest program as others know that those numbers are questionable at best because they counted practices well as high school wins and clubs. Secondly their history is best known for failure and losing to Appalachian St. UM reminds me of an ugly old woman that tries to convince others she was a prom queen when in fact she was too busy popping pimples on her face and ass.
I think the portal is a good thing for situations such as Baldwin. We watched talented QBs sit and watch the starters go late in the 4th with a 5 TD lead so they could come in and hand off. Coaches are going to have to be a lot more careful now not to be so zeroed in on their favorite.
It's all speculation but one loss with a good defense and one loss with a bad defense are two completely different horses.
And we have seen kids pushed out because they didn't accomplish as expected. It works both ways.
We've had some that left that struggled to find the field and get all the best wishes anyone could hope for but for others they get crap from butthurt fans who take it personally like it was personal against them. A complete lack of character.
You make good points. The thing that makes me uneasy is that Fields didn't have to earn it if most of what we read is true.
The disaster part was meant as a football disaster like a pc6 in a tight game. We are on a football site talking football, RIGHT?
I think he believed he wasn't going to get a fair chance to start. Fields didn't have to earn anything and was GIVEN the bigger share of the reps from the start (according to reports on here and other outlets). So it appears Day's mind was made up once he was on campus. I think it was a coaching error but that's just my opinion. I think recent history of our backups getting very little playing time even in blowouts contributed. The transfer portal is changing the days that quality players will sit and watch. Don't be fooled that this isn't a disaster because a big part of Fields game is his legs and the added fear of him injured is going to change the play book.
Only when your starter and backup are injured like when Matte had to QB in the playoffs.
AND, Johnny Miller while he was on fire.
BOTH QBs were underwhelming with having their own reasons. I thought Baldwin moved felt pressure better and moved around better to avoid it. Fields has played a lot more football in the last year while Baldwin knows the system better. Playoff chances would take a big hit if either would be out with injury since they probably wouldn't chance Fields injured with him running. I guess people see things differently as I thought Fields looked not ready for the moment with a 30% completion rate working with the first team receiving core. He looked to struggle with progression. I feel we will need both to make it to the top and like you said there is a lot of time for improvement and it WAS only a scrimmage. Day will figure it out.