Okay brain fart then. Mistake, error or whatever else you want to call it is fine dude. I own it.
Yeah, couple late night typos on my part.
yeah, late night typo on my part. Fixed!
Lol, that might be a tough putt. I did get a chance to listen to the set today at work. Didn't hit me in the face like Thrilling, Chilling did but I was in the building for that one so naturally KV couldn't match it on my first listen. Interested to see how I feel after a few more listens.
Ohio definitely put the gray in scarlet and gray.
Not sure if you're grammar-policing me here but it was just a reference to the 45 inches of rain we've had in Columbus the last however many weeks.
Just when I thought I'd end up alone, Big ol' Alaskan mama come walkin' down the road
Yes! Try to work them in when I can without going overboard.
Agree to disagree, Silver Sniper, though I do appreciate your thoughtful comments. I take very seriously that it is a tough balance to strike in which I try to be fair but at the same time be honest so that I'm not just passing along the kool-aid. From my vantage point, Pryor has been the biggest liability on the defense through seven games and it remains my opinion that the interception yesterday was indeed a gift from a true freshman quarterback who made no effort to look off Pryor and compounded that mistake by making a poor throw. This is the same quarterback that now has nine interceptions in his last 88 attempts. I want desperately for Pryor to be good because I'm a fan first but right now, I'm left hoping versus believing.
I hear you on the coaches. Clearly, the secondary as a whole is struggling and I think I did mention in my final Thing last weekend that I wondered when people would get around to questioning what Taver Johnson and Alex Grinch are up to instead of only talking about how Billy Davis needs to go and is just the latest example of Urban being unwilling to hold a friend/coach accountable.
At the end of the day, I won't pretend to be a schematic genius - I try to learn from Kyle Jones' Film Study and others - but when it comes to Pryor, I refuse to believe that any coach in America would teach him to take some of the angles he does in run support and you can draw your own conclusions on his coverage skills. Again, I hope he turns the corner and he very well might because he's a first-year starter but will that improvement come this year or is it more likely any noticeable improvement would come after an offseason and spring of working on fundamentals? I guess we'll just have to wait and see.