Ok say i'm a 1st year player, hanging out in the locker room. Tillman walks up to me, puts his hand on my shoulder, and says "Hey man, always do your best." I think wow cool, he's a vet, he knows what he's talking about.
An hour later, I'm sitting in the locker room, Thomas Davis walks up. He puts his hand on my thigh and says "Never do your best."
Now I have no idea what to do, and that mindset will show on the field.
You know when the team game plans or has film sessions they're assigned to a positional group right?
Chances are if you're a LB you'd listen to TD and if you're CB you'd listen to Peanut.
No offense...I'm not sure how you can have two NFL man of the year award winners on D and that be a bad thing.
Have a tendency to lean towards a Huddle All-Pro on arguments.
Only thing I will say is that Cason, Florence, etc have never had the sort of long term success that Tillman has had. Tillman is a better player then those guys ever were. His "something left in the tank" is more then theirs....or Harper's....or Decoud's.
It won't happen. Subaru always promises beautiful concept vehicles and never produce. That was the concept for the current model WRX (that's a year old)....
HOWEVER there is a company in England that has body molding kits that can make it look like that.
Google the Legacy concept. That is a Beautiful car, then they produced a Japanese Taurus.
Personally I really hope I'm wrong. But I've gotten too excited by Subaru too many times to fall for their poo again.
Understandable....but now there are articles out there talking about the more aggressive body lines being incorporated on the body of the WRX. Typically Subaru runs by 5 year body cycles with model refreshes at the two and a half year mark. However because of the new redesigns of the Outback and Legacy Subaru has pushed up the refreshments of the WRX and the Forester.....mainly to outfit all the vehicles with new integrated infotainment systems. Subaru won't stop there because it wouldn't make financial sense to have 4 redesigns in a 5 year span. Right now you can't order a new WRX because Subaru is gearing up for a refresh.
Apparently 40 times are usually slower on grass versus artificial turf by .13. This is on the field speed. More impressive was his Long shuttle time of 10.90 which was better than anyone at the combine. He is my new 6th or 7 th round pick. If Ricky can teach him how to be a wide receiver we have a very cheap option to be our Darren Sproles. If he even contributes he is worth a 6th or 7th. He wouldn't be the first track guy who starred in the NFL.
As a big time Gamecock fan I support all of our players. Byrd is fast....but he's soft and can't hang on through a hit. He's a threat when he can catch the ball in space. Though he's fast I haven't seen him put to many great moves on anyone. Essentially he's a less polished Ted Ginn. Pharoah Cooper on the other hand........will easily become a top ten pick.