not pre-determined, but that's what are type of play lends to. I mean, it'd be great to get a big lead on teams that we play, but in a ball-control offense, we kinda end up allowing opposing team's offenses to keep it close.
We are who we are. Ball-control and sturdy in defense, controlling the clock. We play our game, regardless of the competition and we have been fortunate to have a solid roster from top-to-bottom. it looks like we play down to our competition, but I think that is by design. When it comes to a shoot out, that's when we start going no-huddle and that is where Cam puts us in his back and I hope we don't have to get ourselves in that situation because we are not deep defensively as far as subbing in and out players or covering injuries.
I think our offense is very consistent, they score, wether it be a field goal or a TD...they move the chains with solid running setting us up for passes to our possession receivers, or Cam to scramble. We'll get the flashy big-yard play, here and there, but Ron wants time-killing drives so we really don't exactly blow our competition up...which is more by design and just being opportunistic than anything else. our defense, namely our safeties, are where we need more consistency IMO. We're not a SB type of team until we solidify our punt coverage and improve our play at the safety position.
they're more weird than painful. I got one in my neck andevery once in a while I'll get. What feels like, a shock going down my arm followed by a numbness. Just depends on which nerve is pinched, I guess. Could causes paralysis if it's in a bad spot though, so that has to be taken into consideration. Hopefully it's just a stinger and not in his neck.
Kony's solid. He's better suited on the inside and is a friggin' giant, even standing next to Star and Kk. He'll get it going. Just staying healthy and being a big body that can get in the backfield for him is good enough for me.
Franchise tag at the worst, we'll give him a buff signing bonus so that it can offset the cap hit. I can nearly guarantee he'll stay here. We're too close to being contenders for a Super Bowl appearance and his role is well-established here. 4-year 32 million 17 mil guaranteed with a 12-million dollar signing bonus.
I think Nortman was instructed just to get a touchback, rather than to let a punt be returnable. Our opponents average starting field position has to be one of the highest in the league. i thought this phase of the game was addressed in the off-season? Guess not.
he'd be worth it and we can offset it with guaranteed$$. I don't expect CJ, Stewart or Tolbert to be on the team next season unless they get restructured. There is no doubt a youth movement going on with this team to extend our possible NFCC presence over the next 6-seasons.
that would eat up just about all our extra FA $$. True lock-down corners are rare and our front 7 aren't good enough anymore to mask our pass coverage, can't see Gettleman just letting a top-5 CB walk unless he has a contingency plan for upgrading our DLine and nabbing a replacement for Harper unless Tre takes a big-step up between now and the draft. safest bet is getting Norman signed at around 8-mil a year with guaranteed $$ that is cap friendly. I think that would be sufficient for both sides. we can address safety and our linemen (on both sides of the ball,) through the draft...and I think that's the direction Gettleman wants to go. looks like another Hardy situation.