He has made strides from 2016. Won’t argue that. But the Bernie Bros (young, loud angry white dude) still remains the core IMO.
and while diversifying, his support is still the unreliable young voters.
Fact remains, the Feelin the Bern crowd just wants what happened to the Republican Party with Trump...to happen on the left. Which is a fringe element to take over a party....that the candidate doesn’t really belong to.
Money and fame also play a part too. When you know the world is watching, some people like to feed into that and I think AB is the type of guy that likes the spotlight. Saying things like quitting football forever over a helmet is easy fuel to keep that fire burning.
I really have no idea on Grier, but I’m more than willing to chalk up a bad game for Allen to just a bad game against a very good defense. Cam appeared to have a rough go (wasn’t it 6 straight incompletions?) in practice. We’ve at least seen Allen look more competent than Heinecke in the same game (Atlanta) and look better than any of our backups in recent years against NO. Based on those and a decent showing against the Bears, I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt.