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OTA thoughts and musings - week 3


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41 minutes ago, PootieNunu said:

So what there are 31 other teams in the league. His spot here is probably gone, but he could try to show some sort of effort if he wants to get picked up by someone else. 

I guess he is ok with being out of the league and is happy with the money he has made already.

I doubt 31 other teams are watching our practice to see how hard Ian Thomas jogs around the track.

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1 minute ago, SBBlue said:

Zods not paying too much attention to the lines other than lineup until pads are on.  Which makes sense

Its early.  

Sure, but Daley being the best LT early isn't a good sign. No one here, nor any expert expected that.  It's definitely a cause for concern. We need everyone to get healthy and some a positive sign there.

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Just now, Madwolf said:

Sure, but Daley being the best LT early isn't a good sign. No one here, nor any expert expected that.  It's definitely a cause for concern. We need everyone to get healthy and some a positive sign there.

Yeah, I found that odd, did he even play LT much last year?   Even Scott had a few starts there.

Maybe this is the best time to give the  lineman a chance to get try the motions and feel for the other line positions.  Daley at left, Moton at left. 

What better time to experiment with different people in different places?

If not now, when?

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9 minutes ago, grimesgoat said:

I doubt 31 other teams are watching our practice to see how hard Ian Thomas jogs around the track.

No but the Carolina coaching staff sure sees it.  And coaches are a big fraternity who are networked with each other.  So you don't want to have a reputation as a lazy guy or poor worker.   It could affect whether another team takes a chance on you or not.  

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5 hours ago, Zod said:

- The defense feels like far and away the more cohesive and aggressive unit. They are well ahead of the offense when it comes to swagger, and it isn't close. The offense could really use a vocal leader stepping up.

 

Ironically, I'd look for Robby in this area. 

DJ and Marshall are just quiet

Moton, CMC are more lead by example types.

Anderson would be the talker. And possibly Darnold by training camp.  

 

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