We see the same old double fake pump screen plays once or twice a game at least, as well as other Shula classics. It loses it's "creativity" after being used so many times. WE see Shula's play calling every week, just like other coaches do and that's how they figure him out so much. Outside bloggers don't. That's why THEY think it's creative and WE see it as predictable and obvious.
He's not going to just list the ranking based on the stat sheet. Dalton's playing well, Luck isn't. No GM in the league would rather have Dalton than Luck, even during their current polar extreme performances. Cam's stats probably don't put him in the top 5 or even 10 QBs, but you can damn well bet that there aren't 5 QBs in this league that could do more than he has with what he's working with.
his challenging skills have been fine so far this year, for the most part. he was right to challenge both of the ones he did against NO, not his fault the refs are blind, deaf and dumb. I don't think I've disagreed with any of his challenges this year. His clock management and decision making to end halves though....
yea, there was neither a lot of news nor big news. the only "news" was the signing of that PS DE. Everything else wasn't "news". We knew Allen would practice, we knew Luke is still in the protocol, we knew TD's pec got an owwie, we knew everything except the new PS DE guy.
No one needs to hold him back. He's perfectly fine doing what he does. maybe without people "holding him back" he'll go ballistic to the tune of 3 INTs for 4 pick 6s and even play some WR getting 234 yards on two catches for 4 TDs and rewrite the national anthem during halftime.
Yea, I saw that. I dunno wtf that's about. Since his second season Nortman has been a top 10 punter. I saw some hogwash about him "outkicking the coverage" on that KR for TD. Sounds like a problem with the coverage, not the kicking, to me.
because for the franchise tag, all OL are lumped together. that's why you almost never see an OL except a LT franchise tagged And all LB's as well, so pass rushing 3-4 OLBs skew that LB figure. Luke, the best and highest paid MLB (or 4-3 LB at all, as far as I know) is paid something like $11-12mil a year, so the real order of financial value goes QB, pass rushers, LTs, CBs, WRs, non pass rusher LBs, and so on. In other words, it's all centered on the passing game: passers, pass rushers, pass protectors, pass defenders, pass catchers.