I do not. Sure, the offensive line does him no favors. But the deep balls he has missed, it sure looked like the protection was fine on those plays.
It's nice to have him as your fifth defensive end, but they don't need him. Hunter has been pretty good and Crichton is a recent third-round pick. He'll have to overtake Crichton to play.
I do like the draft, but yes, it's nice that we can talk about a relevant football team.
No. He's on injured reserve for good.
I think they should give him a few more touches a game, sure. It would be nice to see him more involved in the passing game. I know he has struggled with pass protection, but why not get him in there for some designed pass plays?
Well, if it's been a trend for the first 11 games, it will probably continue for the final five...
I disagree. The guy can't even be trusted to line up at the right spot. And if you bring him out there for a couple of gimmick plays a game, there will be no element of surprise. Guy needs to learn how to be a pro and a true wide receiver to play.
No, but they're no pushovers.
Only so much you can do with that. They had him add a little weight in the offseason and will do it again this offseason presumably. But his arm is what it is mostly.
Two straight games now. Maybe they will keep that going. I know the Seahawks have allowed production to tight ends this season.
Cordarrelle usually gets several offensive snaps a game. Most of them are runs, but he does run some routes.
I feel like Johnny would be benched here, too.
He brought in his guys. Wrote about that a couple of Sundays ago. I think 16 of the 25 defenders on the roster have been brought in the past two years. Seven or eight starters are new guys, too.
Kalil, Fusco somewhere, Sullivan (with Berger here as an insurance plan again). We'll see about those other guys.
I don't think Spielman will want to give up on a former first-round pick that quickly. There is still some hope for Cordarrelle as a true wide receiver. But the guy has to get his head out of you know what and put in the work.
What do you propose? Not sure there is a better option on the roster, not after losing three of your top seven linemen in the preseason.
It was 80 Truck. I'm pretty sure that's the same play they used on Patterson's long touchdown in St. Louis last year, but obviously the window dressing was different.
It most certainly was. It had zero impact on the play. But was still an obviously penalty.