Visionman is to vision what a dodo bird is to flying.Read the article and then use your head.
An agent often leaks what he wants to help his case. Roquan as a player/agent knew that there would be a big audience on Fan Appreciation Day (or whatever it was) so he decided to be his own leak.
As for trashing the organization, is it really trashing the organization when saying what they did? Or a different question, what is worse, Roquan "trashing" the organization for saying what the organization did or the organization doing what it did?
And you were definitely one of those who completely shat on Roquan.
Totally agree. The throw completely eliminated the safety and the CB would have had to make a nearly impossible play to get his hands on the ball.I am sure he has but not on the play in question. Throwing when one on one vs when there is a S over the top is different. If you are one on one and the CB is beat then you lead the WR and it's a TD. If a S is over the top then you back shoulder to avoid the chance at an INT or the WR getting blown up by the S. Not sure why this has to be explained to you.
That is coach speak for we are going to stash him on IR because he is not ready to play.
I'll be happy if jenkins takes over and does well, but I still don't value your opinions of Schofield when you were probably rarely focusing on him. I think Schofield would be a really solid back up.
Is 6-10 plays even worth taking the injury risk for? Feels like you have greater chance at losing someone than actually gaining much from that small amount of plays.
Smith is not the first player to do this, and he won't be the last. Since this hold-in is not costing Smith any money he is using what little leverage he has.Asking for a trade is one thing. Going directly to the media to ask is another. And then completely trashing the organization as a whole while doing it…
Yeah, I gotta admit, the first time I saw it, I thought it was under thrown, but it was a throw against cover 2. The S was coming hot over the top and would have either broken it up or snatched it. So, that was the correct ball placement.Totally agree. The throw completely eliminated the safety and the CB would have had to make a nearly impossible play to get his hands on the ball.