Derek Anderson throws a perfectly catchable ball to open receivers. Cam throws the ball so hard. If he stepped into his throws, he'd break receivers hands, so maybe throwing off his back foot is a blessing and not a problem in mechanics.
No disrespect, but I expect TD to only play a couple more years. Shaq is obviously TDs replacement who can start playing from day-1 as an upgrade at WLB. He's a diverse talent...a utilitarian. Nothing wrong with drafting him.
Smitty was a warrior for us when we had little to no-one else to cling to. He made so many Sunday game-days must watch tv and a reason not to get to down during the terrible losing seasons we had.
Just let it (him,) go. He's a bulldog and that's the bottom line.
Big Frank is a dang QB pressuring hole-plugger that can garner double-teams. I would almost guarantee you he starts over Kony.
The dude is a massive bull-rushing run stopper too. Been waiting for him to put it all together...especially now that we drafted Shaq...
Those guys, except for Davis, pretty much Lumber outside of 12-feet. As bad as the scoring from our SF has been, might as well let Cody play PG and let Frank play the strech with MKG guarding the perimeter shooters. If Lance could somehow find his game and Hairston turns into the savant shooter with limitless range and can guard the perimeter, Inthinknwe could be a really solid-squad.
Frank seems to have a mean-streak and a no-holds-barred personality. Could be a cold-blooded unconsciionable killer. He looks like he's ready to go get his...Zeller and big Al are perfect compliments. Now, if only MKG can somehow become a dead-eye shooter (we see so many vets become better shooters as they age,) and Lance and Hairston can get over the weak parts of their games, this team looks a lot more like a playoff contender.
Frank is kinda strange but he will never be confused as being "a nice guy." And we really need some grit on this team.
I'm ok with the pick, I mean, at Justicd Winslow's best...his ceiling could also be really close to being like Lance.