worth a look. if he sucks you cut his ass in camp.
zero reason to get upset over this unless you're one of those troglodytes who whines about how back in mah day you just up n' punched a feller in the face if he was being a bully but now society's just all pussified and whatnot
well we are on a site where people try to compare their desk jobs to being a professional athlete
special teams is one of those things that nobody cares about or pays attention to unless a unit is insanely overpowered or just comically terrible. but it's still important and still something that cost us games in 2014.
I dont even know where to begin with this.... So because Kony Ealy didn't start a lot of games last season, he's a mediocre pick? I'd rather him learn the position and grow into it than just throw him out there in the first game.
Let's also not forget that Ron can be a bit stubborn with pulling veteran players and inserting rookies into their positions.
the guy you quoted makes aceboogie look like the president of the gettleman fanclub
he also predicted that byron bell and nate chandler would be our starting tackle combo for the next few years because "gettleman loves them so much" so take his razor sharp insight into building an NFL roster with that in mind
Funny, when he had a deep threat(Smitty) his first couple of seasons, his deep ball was pretty damn good. Also, if you were one of the most pressured/sacked QB's in the league for the past 2 seasons, your mechanics may be pretty suspect to, don't you think?
I'm not saying he's perfect, because he's not... nobody is. It would be... just stupid, to trade him away because he's not Brady, etc. We may not see another guy like Brady in the next half century. The others, and I'm not trying to take too much away from them, almost always had legit weapons surrounding them. Cam hasn't, aside from his rookie year. It makes a huge difference in the team game they play.
i mean really, think about how many truly "elite" quarterbacks there are in the league. meaning guys who don't have many weaknesses at all and the ones they do have are either compensated for or their aptitude in some other area is so far off the charts that it doesn't matter. that's what, maybe 4 or 5?
let's look at it this way: yeah, it stands to reason that there probably is another aaron rodgers or drew brees out there. there certainly isn't one in every draft. but there are a hell of a lot more christian ponders, matt leinarts, and rex grossmans coming out and getting drafted too high every year than there are prospects who will turn into true cream of the crop elite quarterbacks. just having a pretty good quarterback who is still young and shows flashes of greatness at times is something that should be hung on to for dear life because it's no guarantee we'll ever get close again. there are some teams who have been trying to land that elusive franchise quarterback for years and are still coming up empty handed.