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MEMBER SINCE   April 23, 2012


  • NFL TEAM: Dallas Cowboys
  • NBA TEAM: Dallas Mavericks
  • MLB TEAM: Texas Rangers

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Comment 08 Jan 2019

I wholeheartedly disagree, blocking and making plays on special teams come from purely effort.  Blocking as a receiver is half the battle without blocking WR's there will NEVER be big running plays to the outside on jet sweeps, tosses, stretch plays, etc.  If you can't block its because you have not put in the work, EVERYONE should be a good blocker and it is not his only job to catch balls.  I would even argue blocking is almost as important as catching balls and its a big let down to the running game to have non blocking WR's.  Urban was 100% correct and every coach you ever talk to will tell you the same thing.  

Comment 01 Oct 2018

Haskins has been great up to Penn State he was bailed out by his receivers later in the game who ended up making up for all their drops at the beginning of the game.  Either way, that's the definition of team, it seems like he lost accuracy and got psyched out a bit and when he did his receivers started to step up.  Great effort by the defense, Chase is already a stud.

Comment 03 Sep 2018

Comparing a AAA team to an actual MLB team is a false equivalent and a dumb one, the MLB doesn't pay AAA players, unless they are picked up and have an MLB contract.  Players like JT are paid by the NFL therefore they are NFL players, practice squad or not.  

Comment 18 Jan 2018

Honestly I thought JT was one of the best passers in college football under Tom Herman the year we won the national title.  He played confident and slung the ball extremely well, he threw with velocity and touch.  Unfortunately I feel like he regressed a bit for whatever reason after that season and whether it was because he was being used as a runner a lot more or the quarterback coaching wasn't there or maybe the injury and Cardale taking over hurt him a bit either way we all know it wouldn't be because of lack of effort.  Either way, I wish JT the best, he's a legend and will always be a winner on and off the field.