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BUCKAROOTIMESTWO


MEMBER SINCE   February 17, 2016

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Comment 03 Apr 2020

Apple had one good season, a MVP Fiesta bowl, and a helluva Combine; Giants bought into the hype and over-drafted him.

While he’s a functional DB, during his time @ OSU, Eli would get beat and then get grabby with the hands and hold.  You can do that more @ the collegiate level and get away with it, @ the Pro level, those deficiencies will be exposed.

Comment 03 Apr 2020

It takes quality QB play and a variety of good throws, for a WR to showcase their ability.  NFL passing offenses aren't predicated on dink’s and dunks to the H, as it was here under Meyer.

WR now playing under Day will thrive and their skill sets will be more readily obvious to the next level talent evaluators.

Comment 20 Mar 2020

I’d say America is a lot more in to debt with China, than the NBA players.

Wishing everyone the best.

Comment 17 Mar 2020

Maybe he meant that not as many Teams wanted Brady as was being portrayed.

He and the Patriots had an unprecedented run, but even Brady can’t beat Father Time.

Some of “this” prolonged next team determination seems ego driven; glad to see that teams are making decisions and not sitting around fawning over one guy, be it TB12 or not.

Comment 16 Mar 2020

Yep.  I was sorry to see Keenum concussed in the Vikings game and later out.

Gave Haskins playing time, but boy did the Redskins offense slide even further down the slope.

Comment 07 Mar 2020

Opinions, we all have them.  Because you have an opinion of mine, does nothing to change it.  And if I was a young 20 something set to earn generational money, I wouldn’t give a darn what somebody had to say.

Depending on where he is drafted, he’ll find that this “sloppy” overblown story will be a drop in the ocean.

Ever heard the saying, “the pen is mightier than the sword”.  Besides, it’s not what you call someone, it’s what they answer to.

Comment 05 Mar 2020

Quite possibly Burgundy.  Thing is, there’s often an element of narrative creation that goes on.  McLaurin was considered more Special Team than WR, with marginal college production (not that he was targeted much).  Hill had the college production, but isn’t considered athletic.

DJP had marginal college production (comparable to McLaurin’s), but the Combine results seems to have vaulted him (ala Jabrill Peppers).  Campbell’s speed, his athleticism, and college production made him a 2nd rounder.

For my money, I’d want more of the guys with good route running, hands, and high football IQ.

Campbell and Samuels for that matter, have quite the athleticism, but great Receiving skills have yet to be proven.  This is an area that I believe Hill will excel at on the next level, as McLaurin seems to be showing in Washington.