No. I don't think Latavius is in the doghouse. I think Dalvin is in the penthouse right now.
At the risk of sounding like Zim, I'll give a strained look and say, possibly.
I wouldn't write him off, but I'd be putting the brakes on him at 5 yards or deeper in the end zone.
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They do a thorough self scouting
Yeah, to some degree. He's an overachiever who plays 100 mph and is a fearless hitter. He doesn't have the ideal speed. Sometimes, I wonder if he's deep enough because, yeah, he seems to struggle to stay deep enough. But then I also realize Zim is farther up the defensive genius pole than I am.
It doesn't weigh on his psyche, I'm sure. If these guys have established themselves in the league, they're mentally tough enough to block out all the noise.
What caused him to disappear was the appearance of Adam Thielen. But, yeah, I always like seeing Jarius on the field more.
I'm sure people loved him Week 1, hated him Week 2, loved him Week 3. That's the life of an NFL decision-maker.
Yeah, this will be a different game plan. I think Ansah and that pass rush changes things.
I look forward to the 35-yard punts downed at the 19-yard line and counted as an inside-the-20 punt.
I like Zim. He could do himself a big favor if he wasn't so grouchy at the podium.
I don't know if he scored. But, once again, the NFL has found a way to illustrate a rule that, I think, needs to be changed. When the officials mistakenly stop the game because they think it's a touchdown, they shouldn't be allowed to run off 10 seconds. We'll never know if Stafford would have been able to get up and get off another play. Those guys are pretty good at fantastic finishes. Thanks for all the good questions. We'll be back again next week.