Wow, can't believe I forgot this. Most recent was actually Billy Idol in Nashville. Special event for the wife's job.
So they all wanted to get drafted after Bosa? Less pressure that way?
1st (that I can remeber): Get Up Kids at the Agora
Most Recent: Sara Bareilles at Nautica
Best: Elliott Smith at the Southgate House
Honorable Mention: They Might Be Giants at the Newport
I got a $50 one for xmas and I love it. Use it for all my meats currently. Rare to Medium Rare throughout with a nice sear from my cast iron pan. I highly recommend this.
I'm curious to see what everyone's YAC looks like.
Maybe I missed it. Who in this thread has said JT sucks as you are implying? Would you say Darnold had good games against those two teams?
Bless your heart.
I love JT and would ride with him any day of the week. But this is just crazy talk. He didn't have a good game against MSU.
He only had 183 yards passing and threw 2 picks against MSU. 87.1 rating. Not a stellar outing.
The only team Alabama dominated in November plays in the FCS.
'Ganders think Jimmy's OK
He'll get them a trophy someday
But I hate to break it
You're not going to make it
4th place not so bad anyway
Went with a limerick. Not sorry. ;)
It begs the question (did I use that right?—trick question, I don't care)
It is called a dynamic range because “dynamic” in music is literally the sign on the music telling the artist how loud or soft to play. It is, at best, a metaphor in sports, but in truth is just commonly used incorrectly.
"Versatile" is probably what most people mean when they use the word "dynamic" in this context. It is a reach to say "dynamic" is being used correctly in this way. The use of "dynamic" to refer to a person, athlete or otherwise, is actually meant to describe someone as positive and energetic, and not necessarily versatile.
Sadly, I tend to have to tell the parents this more often than the kids.
I think the main source of dissonance here is that the play isn't really a good indicator of deep passing ability in either direction. Not hitting the receiver in stride isn't a knock in this situation, but having it as the only video evidence in an article attempting to highlight success/improvement of downfield passing doesn't make for a very convincing argument.