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"jalen waddell" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

02:28 min | 2 d ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"Work i so i thought alliteration was the same letter you're saying it's the same sound so julio jones doesn't work either yeah i don't think julio jones works either out hooper cup work oh wait a second the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words. I think it sounds. I think it sound too. Yes so it's Julio does not work cooper cup. A i feel like there should be more of these tyler. Talk it exactly there. You go Finally from jake. I lost cam makers in my dynasty startup. My team is competitive. Or should i start my rebuild twelve team. Pr one quarterback league semi empire sets. I got trade offers decay metcalf for two first round picks in two thousand twenty two and jalen waddell. That's pretty interesting Aaron jones for devante williams and a first round. Pick in two thousand twenty two and lamar jackson for trae lance and at least an early i. These are all really good. Trade offers going be an early. I in twenty twenty two. You're giving the guy lamar jackson and you're giving up. Di came back half and lamar jackson especially in their. I are jones. He's right on the borderline of one. You should be looking to trade or running back. D k metcalf for two first round picks and jalen waddell though that's just round picks if you're truly rebuilding you take that trade and you take the aaron judge to do all of them. Yeah i am going. Crazy is own half the first round next year. I think that's so fun. all right. yeah. These are really great trades to consider so jerry judy though yeah he's on the alliteration team keelan coal start to run out of useful christian. Kirk think you could count you. Start to run out of useful options. Pretty quickly chris conley zeki. oh zeki. Zico elliott work. Braxton barry system. Fun game thanks for the email. Thanks everybody for listening. We will talk to you tomorrow. Would they mail that. Proposal

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Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 03

Daily Dose Football

04:21 min | 2 months ago

Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 03

"Okay. Let's move on to a guy that's being compared by now to rashad. Bateman in that is lonsdale more. He went to the arizona cardinals in the second round. And this is a guy that a lot of people are on dynasty as well. Collier thoughts on rhonda. More from purview. Run more than other guy data you know. I like the talent. I kind of wonder what his role is going to be in arizona that they do have the passing volume there to support him to become a fantasy viable wide receiver. If he's talented as he can't is athleticism has shown. I think he can produce a to be coming up a pretty valuable fancy option. I just. I'm not really in love with them. Taking them in the first round though. Because i'm not confident that he ends up becoming a very coveted player long-term. I'm just not sure that he that it's without getting the volume that Some of these other top receivers. You're going to get. I'm not sure that his death. The targets are going to be Extremely valuable and so. He's renita rely on a lot of catches now again with the air raid being spread system. There should be a lot of underneath stuff or that. It can complement deandre hopkins. So you later in their careers and you might see these. Two guy switching. But as coming out of college rancho moore's is very limited in what it skills that is He did almost everything. From elias scrimmage whether handoffs or getting short yard passes and running after the catch which is it's good for a lot of offense is like i said he could be a nice compliment out nice Robin but to deandre hopkins. But i i definitely cannot see a batman batman Combination there so. I think that the upside is. The ceiling is a little bit low for me for wanting to spend a first round pick. I think that What you can do with a lot of these guys is if there if you're kind of not sold on them at a back in first or early second round picks you know people covet. Those rookie picks quite often. And you can sometimes get undervalued veteran that you know is going to produce next year i agree with you on wanda and it's baffling to me that these two guys have with similar with shout bateman in baltimore the guy. We just talked about a similar. Adp in dynasty rookie draft right now average draft addition. They're probably going round. Pick eight pick or so but like you call. I think that rondo more is more of a second round. Pick because of the fact that hopkins is already there and i'm gonna touch on that a little bit more and say that long-term if let's say rhonda more sticks with the cardinals. Is he ever going to be a number one receiver in target for cal for calamari. Because as long as the andrea is there and he's demanding one hundred seventy targets. There's not a lot of room. That offense to morris thrive. So that's why i'm with you on route. One del more. I think he's a talented receiver but Even before the draft i was not as high on rhonda with a lot of receivers seeing this landing spot to me makes him in less desirable of a prospect for me. So i'm not on the vonda more train either. And this is probably a guy that i will avoid. I have no problem taking him in the second round. But based on where i've been singing going i think he's not gonna fall to a second round. And if there's a toss up between vonda more rashad bateman the board that i'm gonna pick shot bateman That's what i'm going to be doing every every time. Because i just like Bateman a lot. More than i do rhonda more at this point. Yeah i do i. She liked the landing spot. You know. being tied to collar long-term is a is a positive. I think as far as you know where people are going to proceed even if he does come out and flashes rookie year. People are gonna get really excited to you. Know that that's one thing that i think that You either one of these guys are tied up the young quarterbacks that can rush around and can hit a deep ball i just wondered what his development curves because the way he was using college and if he does maybe this guy could be a terrific type because he really is at that super athlete of prospect. We're

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Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 02

Daily Dose Football

05:27 min | 2 months ago

Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 02

"We're going to hop right back into it and we're going to start with rishaad bateman from the baltimore ravens. He was picked with the twenty seventh overall. Pick in nfl draft. And there's been a lot of conversations about rashaad bateman as to where he compares to some of the other receivers in this class. I know in particular out of people have been comparing him to rondo more but is there a conversation to be made that he's better than other receivers qadir's tony that went before him. I'm interested to hear your thoughts on this call. Would you have to say about rashaad bateman. Yeah as far as a baby. And he's a guy that i think. A lot of other people in the industry were were higher on that. I was going into the draft. One thing i do think kind of happen with his leaning spot is these kind of seemed to fall down in some bricky drafts that i've seen and he's kinda back to where the place that i kinda thought he should be all long You know if he falls any further than where he he's kind of going like i've seen him fall as far as like Seventeenth overall in in some superplex ethic. That's just a little bit of over reaction from the from the market you know It probably settle down. He'll probably move up a little bit more as addressees goes along closer to the season. But i think there's people need to be really careful because we saw with. Aj brown where he went to a a a lesson desirable situation a few years ago and people You know pushed him down too late. I you know second second round rookie drafts and turned out to be a pretty big mistake you know. You can't overreact. To situations. Lamar jackson still developing as a passer. And we really don't know whether the baltimore offense may open up or not you know the part of the reason why they might be writing so much inhabit says low volume and passing is because they really dependent on their own their defense and the running game but it also might be an issue because they didn't have the water receivers with the skill sets the to produce so bateman adds a very vital piece in my opinion that they did not have or last couple seasons in in a possession. Receiver know that moves change as well as a another red zone threat to help out with mark andrews because really their receivers have not been responsible for touchdowns last and Marquees brown where i think. He's a good. football player. Is for a stretching the field when he's healthy i. I'm not sure that he's the type of guy that you really want to depend on in dynasty especially in ppo release because he's not going to have a high volume with the with the average depth of targets that he gets. I'd argue that this landing spot for bateman is fantastic landing spot for a rashad baby because you have an offense here with mark. He's brown and like you said. Mark brown is used primarily as deep that this is not a guy that's gonna be demanding by receiver one targets. I think he's gonna be demanding some targets. But he's the guy that's a good deep threat and he's going to have big games here and there but the baltimore. Ravens are lacking a number one receiver. And they haven't had a number one receiver for quite some years. And i can't remember quite frankly the last time they had a number one receiver and resod bateman guy to me that could hop right in there in become a true number one receiver for the baltimore. Ravens this is a great possessing catch. This is a guy that is just an all great receiver. He's going to be a great match with lamar jackson. And he's probably gonna get some solid targets away out of the gate and so i was. I'm pretty how. I was pretty high on them. Before the draft started. I had him publicly about my fourth or fifth best receiver and landing spot to me. Doesn't change anything for rashad bateman. I still think he's worthy of a late. I ask pick in dynasty rookie drafts. You could depends. Maybe even a little bit higher. But i think overall basements a great receiver and i would even argue because i know a lot of people are considering bateman to be the top of the second tier for receivers. But i would argue that. Maybe he should be considered with the first tier receivers as well because if considering jalen waddell to be in that first year a battisti receivers this year now. People are than i have to make the case. The bateman is right up there with jalen waddell because you look at geelong competition and wolf Devante parker for targets. And then you look at batman's competition for targets as well and you have like brown and the opportunity is actually better for the women's and i'd have to argue that. Lamar jackson is a better quarterback than a tiger. Ryo as well and yes. I know that they've been known for the running game in the past. But i think that's naturally because they haven't had an alpha dog receiver like rishaad based in also rashaad. Bateman is a guy that is going to be able to handle a lot more targets than jalen watteau. I don't see as high as many targets in receptions for jalen models i actually think that rashad bateman of very good receiver and he's someone worth considering in your dynasty rookie draft him would be a great value. Fell to like the back half of the first round in your dynasty rookie draft okay. Let's move on

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on College Football Live

"Of the year. Devante wasn't even wide receiver on this team. He was jalen waddell. Who remember suffered a fractured right ankle on october. Twenty four amazingly wattle may be able to play in this game. This is coach sabin and had to say about the receiver issue with injuries. Is you know when a guy does practice. How does he respond to the workload You know sometimes if got practices one day and get sore the next You can't practice them the next day. So just keep sort of trying to build up his workload to where he might be able to play So that's a work in progress right now so you really can't predict You know where he might be in another guys seem to get stronger as they everyday. They practiced they get a little bit better so This is something that we're trying to revive. But on anything that we can make any kind of prediction on at this point mcelroy. It almost feels unfair for alabama to get another weapon. But what kind of impact can waddell have on this game if he plays well. That's the big question because there's always someone that comes. I guess from obscurity and has a massive role in the national championship in jalen. Waddell might be next in line. Let's look back over the years guys thaddeus moss and of course to a ton of low in the national championship coming off the bench and being the savior. On second in twenty-six oj howard put together incredible performances after being a complete afterthought throughout the course of the regular season. You have hunter renfrow for clemson. Who of course stepped into a starring role not once but twice in a national championship setting so oftentimes guys that are kinder kind of under the radar a little bit end up showing up big on the biggest stages because so much time has been spent by the opposing. Coaching staff trying to limit what they knowingly. Well so if waddell does play. And that's a huge. If we shocked he makes a pretty significant impact. David hi judy. Knowing more concerned a not. But i got it know i if i'm ohio state. I am way more concerned about devante smith than water. I i'm still going to double devante. Smith and i'll take my chances with wattle with water. Wants to play forty fifty snaps and he can do that and be in football shape after being nine ten weeks away from it i get it. I'd be more concerned about john. Michie being that that under us person that unexpected superstar who has the huge game. I'm more concerned about him. If i'm hieaux state than i am about oiseaux lisa.

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:35 min | 7 months ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Almost two decades but he was such an upgrade over. Freddie kitchens and baker feels like is a little more calm and letting the game come to him. He's got a game plan. We're not trying to force anything. I would think not having your head coach in the role that he is played. Because there are some head coaches. Where like rex ryan if rex ryan didn't coach in a playoff game. I wouldn't go boy. That's the jets have no chance because he was not an offensive minded head coach. You know the defense. That defense was going to be good. No matter what but stansky you were brought in part of the reason why you brought in is basically to settle down baker mayfield. And he's done a great job at that your offensive line. Use your strength with your running game there But i i would. I would say that would be the case. Washington is going to alternate quarterbacks. Here the rams situation is going to be interesting to watch is well i. It's gonna be tough game for cleveland anyway to beat pittsburgh two weeks in a row. Yeah in pittsburgh like you would think they'd be you know pittsburgh's good against the run 'em and you're losing an all pro offensive guard and you don't have depth that that position on this team. They have a really good offensive line. One of the top five in In football but without that then you get into the communication part of it on the offensive line. And then you're going into pittsburgh so yeah loosens too fancy. That's that's a big deal. The ohio state alabama game is still scheduled for monday ohio state. Still dealing with cova. And there's a chance that jalen waddell the alabama wide receiver who broke his ankle in the air. He's been cleared to practice and maybe he'll be able to play. I still don't know and we won't know how injured or what justin fields injure when he was tackled in that game against clemson. Because i'm i'm gonna guess something is still lingering there. Is there hip kidney ribs. Something else rifts..

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

05:33 min | 8 months ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on Big Blue View

"Fully available for you to listen to the object of these have been to fill you in on prospects that should be on the new york giants radar and just everything you need to know from general basis. We're not grading anybody. But just giving you an outline of what to expect with these guys in chris right now. The giants are surprisingly sitting at the top of the nfc east. That could very well change with a lot of things shuffling in and out and things going on with this season anything can happen at this point as we were previously talking about. How guys in the top five or in their radar and suddenly the giants are now sitting with the nineteenth overall pick. That then means that they're going to be in a completely different range of prospects and i would argue rashad. Bateman is the perfect guy that fits in that range. He does he. He is a prospect. He's going to be. He's not going to be one of the probably not going to be one of the first three wide receivers drafted but he should be one of the first five and that should lend him somewhere in that top twenty range like he does deserve to be a first round pick and we'll get into. Why and for a team that does need a number one wide receiver. He's got a lot of interesting traits. Yeah he's got a lot of really good qualities that make him a strong number one receiver in one thing that we've said through. The entirety of this giants regular season is that they are a receiver away probably more than a receiver away from having a good offense but the priority needs to be adding a young receiver to this group. We actually already did an offense of prospect podcast episode. If you missed that where we talked about a number of first round guys to consider in bateman was one of the players on that list making it so fitting to bring him up on today's episode so he's sitting at six to two. Oh nine the minnesota receiver the one thing that pops out for us. The most is his route running. he's not a burner he's not like jalen waddell and march is a pretty fast guy but from the number that i have that that is official from his school and i got this from. Nfl draft bible. He ran a four five two. That is a pretty good number. But it's not in that contention of like a a a jalen waddell like we've already talked about the one thing that does pop to me though chris. Is that route running that efficient route running that it creates really good separation for him. That leads to a lot of serious splash plays. Yeah he particularly in the two thousand nineteen season. He was a big time. Big play threat. There were several games where he was averaging well over twenty yards a catch he on this for his career. He averaged sixteen point three yards per catch. He is a guy who can catch the ball downfield. He can stretch the field he can blow the top off the defense and even if he catches the ball in the intermediate area of the field. If a if a defense doesn't wrap him up or if they give him some space he can pick up yards after the catch. Yeah the one thing that really catches my attention in. The one thing that i loved watching with him is his efficiency as a route runner. He's got really really good footwork. He creates that separation by having strong cuts getting off the ball quickly. The one play that. I like to point to that illustrates his strength as a route runner. The second play of the wisconsin game from last year. I was in awe like wow. That was a fantastically. Well run route. It was a play action pass where he faked the stalk block and i was one hundred percents sold that this was the stock block. He then came out of that fake and burned the corner that was supposed to be covering him so he flew down the field and was able to be wide. Open for an easy touchdown reception. That's what we're talking about when we say his route running is what creates separation. He doesn't need to blow past guys but that ability to fake guys out to sell one thing and then do another is why. He's such a great route runner in one of the best in this class. Yeah he really is an even in his routes and a lot of subtlety a lot of subtle moves to create separation subtle changes in tempo of his route running. He's good at changing the length of his stride to throw defensive backs timing and he does have a good burst. He has very little wasted movement. Off the line of scrimmage his first one two three steps or so are very explosive and when he gets a good jump off the snap he can be passed. Defensive backs even defensive backs that are faster than him before they have a chance to do much of anything. The other thing that stands out to me when we're trying to evaluate him is his hands is really strong handed. Receiver the comp. That that i'm settling on that. I like and i try not to force comps when it comes to prospects but some of the traits that remind me of him. Are that of on robinson. That of michael gallup around six foot two. You actually also say kristen. If you wanna elaborate this on this it's also a little bit of the juju. Smith schuster maybe a slightly inch taller. Juju smith schuster where good route runner and then on top of that. He has fantastic hands. He makes a lot of really good catches because he is a sure handed guy..

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"What does he look like as a true freshman because we've had really good true freshman quarterbacks nine right? Like this not not being counted on on this level to make the kinds of plays that he will have to make for Clemson to beats a clear dynasty. I think I'm honed in on clemson's secondary. Yeah. That's a good point against deep. Balls against intermediate throws Notre Dame some points on the board. And it was because he book construct the field the deep ball. Even some intermediate throws. They were there. If two gets time he's going to do a lot better than he in book. I think we know that already know he throws a great deep ball in general. He's super accurate on top of that. Bama has way more weaponry with Notre Dame. We had miles. Boy. We had chased clay Pouliot. Allison mack. Bama goes five deep. I don't even think. Jalen Waddell, had catch against Oklahoma. They go five deep. They go five deep with guys who could win one. Oh, one matchups. Yeah. You can start with Jerry Judy. And Henry rugs he talked about Jalen Waddell goes all the way down to earth Smith junior. They had five receivers on this team with at least six touchdown receptions and six hundred yards on the year. That's gonna put a big strain on that secondary. And I think that's a matchup that favors Alabama. So to that end while we're talking about props the one that jumps out at me. And I'm sure there are more. This is still pretty early on in the game. We're doing this on a Thursday. They're gonna be more that pop up. But right. The von tastes Smith over under forty seven and a half yards. I think is a really interesting proposition bet on the receiving side because bam is going to put pressure on the sort of nothing guy a third fourth receiver tight end someone kinda in that wavelength is gonna find themselves the really big game here. And like you said he is all or nothing might only. Take one catch for him to get the over there. I really like what's the rugs? Over under the rugs over under is forty nine and a half yards like that one a lot because I do anticipate Clemson being able to get to a bunch just in terms of short hitches and crossing routes. He's so good after the catch not that. He doesn't run deeper outs as well. But he is just so electric with the ball that rugs to me almost feels like a more consistent a safer pick to me to a clips the forty nine and a half, whatever it is minor all kind of interrelated. And in a weird way. I didn't plan this. I swear they all kind of work on what I was seeing when I was trying to do some research on this one. So you assume two things first off that Alabama's gonna spread the rock around in the backfield gonna give bunch Mary's out last week. It was actually Josh Jacobs who led the team areas if you also assume that the defensive line for Clemson is gonna somewhat curtail the ru-. Shing attack from Alabama the under for Damian Harris, rushing yards at fifty and a half seems like a pretty good. I don't like to root for under because it's just thought Ryan, right? But I think from a betting perspective under fifty and a half yards is a pretty good bet there. Yeah. The coolest person at the sports bar is the one who says oh, I have the under. Now. I don't wanna be watched a terrible game. And I don't often. So with that being said if the run game, isn't there?.

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"What does he look like as a true freshman because we've had really good true freshman quarterbacks nine right? Like this not not being counted on on this level to make the kinds of plays that he will have to make for Clemson to beats a clear dynasty. I think I'm honed in on clemson's secondary. Yeah. That's a good point against deep. Balls against intermediate throws Notre Dame some points on the board. And it was because he book construct the field the deep ball. Even some intermediate throws. They were there. If two gets time he's going to do a lot better than he in book. I think we know that already know he throws a great deep ball in general. He's super accurate on top of that. Bama has way more weaponry with Notre Dame. We had miles. Boy. We had chased clay Pouliot. Allison mack. Bama goes five deep. I don't even think. Jalen Waddell, had catch against Oklahoma. They go five deep. They go five deep with guys who could win one. Oh, one matchups. Yeah. You can start with Jerry Judy. And Henry rugs he talked about Jalen Waddell goes all the way down to earth Smith junior. They had five receivers on this team with at least six touchdown receptions and six hundred yards on the year. That's gonna put a big strain on that secondary. And I think that's a matchup that favors Alabama. So to that end while we're talking about props the one that jumps out at me. And I'm sure there are more. This is still pretty early on in the game. We're doing this on a Thursday. They're gonna be more that pop up. But right. The von tastes Smith over under forty seven and a half yards. I think is a really interesting proposition bet on the receiving side because bam is going to put pressure on the sort of nothing guy a third fourth receiver tight end someone kinda in that wavelength is gonna find themselves the really big game here. And like you said he is all or nothing might only. Take one catch for him to get the over there. I really like what's the rugs? Over under the rugs over under is forty nine and a half yards like that one a lot because I do anticipate Clemson being able to get to a bunch just in terms of short hitches and crossing routes. He's so good after the catch not that. He doesn't run deeper outs as well. But he is just so electric with the ball that rugs to me almost feels like a more consistent a safer pick to me to a clips the forty nine and a half, whatever it is minor all kind of interrelated. And in a weird way. I didn't plan this. I swear they all kind of work on what I was seeing when I was trying to do some research on this one. So you assume two things first off that Alabama's gonna spread the rock around in the backfield gonna give bunch Mary's out last week. It was actually Josh Jacobs who led the team areas if you also assume that the defensive line for Clemson is gonna somewhat curtail the ru-. Shing attack from Alabama the under for Damian Harris, rushing yards at fifty and a half seems like a pretty good. I don't like to root for under because it's just thought Ryan, right? But I think from a betting perspective under fifty and a half yards is a pretty good bet there. Yeah. The coolest person at the sports bar is the one who says oh, I have the under. Now. I don't wanna be watched a terrible game. And I don't often. So with that being said if the run game, isn't there?.

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Pull their Lyman in the run game because of Quinton Williams upfront. So they're gonna have to find another way to move the football this Oklahoma offense looks completely out of sync have to give credit however to that Alabama defense, but still. Loss to cyber to put it away. From his own ten. Jalen Waddell able to catch that for fair catch at his own thirty nine yard line. After a thirty eight yard punt to Alabama will take over pretty decent field position. Now at already Todd with a fourteen nothing lead. It's unusual to see colitis. He all season long even earlier in the season. We had them in a game you threw two interceptions early in that game. It just wasn't rattled at all. The pressures affecting you. Last row. Maybe just the nerves in the energy overthrowing, the fastest wide receiver in college football. It's tough to do. Yeah. I think they need to settle down. And they knew that this was going to be a challenge coming in. Obviously there are two touchdown underdogs to Alabama. And you have to take the first punch now they've taken to I punches and giving up two touchdowns offensively. Look a little bit out of rhythm. But Lincoln Riley will make adjustments Bill beaten, one of the best offenses line coaches in college football. They have to adjust make me the adjustment. We can't pull your offense a lime you just gotta come off in base block and give yourself a chance. I don't wanna make excuses for all the talk about tunnel by lower and his ankle this week. Remember Kyle Murray was under the weather missed a couple of media sessions in the.

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"For the call really do appreciate it. Let's check in with Franken Georgia. How are you? Frank. Franken. Hey, Paul call. Thank you time. Listener I go back to the Birmingham days. I've probably been listening to you for thirty years from the Don from downtown good the Dodd from downtown was probably the first celebrity caller to this show. Well, you know back in those days, I think you do you did up a nominal job. Then you grow your business and your distribution think you do a wonderful job. Now, let the format I love the guest a love the the callers. Call in one of the things I wanted to take exception on was. You've talked about wanting to move beyond the Heisman Trophy discussion. But yet you keep bringing up Joe's call from red, buddy. And I do think Joe head a shred of truth. Okay. Name what he was saying. Of course, he made some as you said idiotic comments. But I will tell you in my opinion. I believe Tyler would be the number six quarterback in the FCC. Okay. I wouldn't put him in front of two I wouldn't put him in front of genuine. I wouldn't put him in front of Jake from. And I wouldn't put him in front of Justin fields. And I wouldn't put him in front of drew Keyter. As a matter of fact. Who who who is? Who is the last quarterback you mentioned through lot from grew luck. Okay. Yeah. I mean, so I think he's more like Annella Bama. He's like a Jalen Waddell. He's competing for catches. Okay. Let let me I tell you what. Frank one thing. I appreciate it is your loyal to show. And I I'm always interested in in dissenting views, but I'm hearing some chatter from behind the glass, while I wonder John are you in Danny's looking at me like are you what's going on in there? I'm not here to debate not ninety dog. I'm here to ask you to repeat what you just said, you you're saying that Justin fields and drew lock or better quarterbacks than Cuyler, Mary you'd take vote. Those guys ahead of them. I would if he were on George he's competing for third string. If he's on Obama's team, he's competing for third string. As a matter of fact, I think if you were on both of those teams he may not even be playing quarterback. He's probably playing something like what? Jalen waddled plays for Alabama. He's saying so you're saying you're saying that Keiler Mary would be a wide. What does? Fever on Georgia. But a disastrous take or on ala. Bama, not me. Look if you watched him and you want James Waddell, those are the same athletes. If Jana wanna can throw the ball. He's kind of emerged. But do you even know of Jalen wallo can throw the ball? I'm telling you watch. What you watch. What he does. He's a great athlete. Kiva? Great baseball player put him on Alabama. If he's trying to play quarterback. He stirred strained put him on Georgia. If he wants to play quarterback, he stirred string. Okay. I am I've learned on this program that we are here to have public discourse..

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"It really are the crimson tide. Finally had their one game where they prove they are human, and we're tested big time by Georgia. But this one time not thing Oklahoma won't score. But bama's the will get stopped. Meanwhile, the high school d of Sooners won't Alabama's wide receiver. Jalen Waddell, had it regained the other day against Georgia. He's emerging as the coach who guy in the tides as a game. I don't see saving calling off the dogs until they hang nine. Yes. Nine touchdowns on the Super Bowl tied Alabama win sixty three twenty cents sixty. Wow. All right. Jim cutting. I'm gonna Trucco Chuck Kamata that I will say the highschool defense known as the Sooners did did clamp down on that game was under for a long long time stayed on there. Right. But I I agree. I don't know that the line will move of Calum Murray wins the Heisman Trophy on Saturday, but fourteen I would take album, I think Nick Sabin would use that as bulletin board material. And look if anything shows that nothing's gonna get now bama's way it's taken a gimpy to out and put in Jalen hurts in mortgage, straightening a drive for the win. A couple of drives for the win. Yeah. Mine is fourteen seems about right? Yeah. All right. Parley kid. What do you like would? We all agree on Sal that they got this. Right. These four team also say that like how do you guys feel about that? I think they did. You know, I can't believe there's some Georgia's sympathizers still out there. I think Georgia that was their playoff games it and they lost. I know I think that was in still could have been a deal Georgia beats seventeenth with winning records, Oklahoma and Ohio State combined before the last week's game only had time. Yeah. I feeling is fair because they didn't get a chance to beat Alabama second time, but I feel like Oklahoma took care of business. They lost. They beat the one team. They lost to in Texas. They beat them. That's division rival that really is a tough conference rival, right? You can't expect them to win by thirty points. Still still actually covered close it out. If you have a fourteen point lead in Georgia. You gotta close can either. Again that's field goal. The. Bad coaching? And then for him to come out there and say, well, bama's them wanna play us like, well, it doesn't really matter. You might be one of the top four teams best teams. But it's not going to rank that way. So you should have known. They they knew that was there to me they knew that was their playoff game and had to win to get it. They they had to go into that game thinking this is a must win game. They had their chance they blow it, you know, and I had Georgia as the at the champ there plus five fifty two so I'm a little bit better about that. But so so it is but Sal getting back to this. I actually it's funny, Harry, and I did not even talk about this. But we really have the same thing with this Bama at minus fourteen Naito, he wrote the San things down Harrison. I also think that maybe firm and mentioned in a lot get in. Or somebody mentioned the same thing about Murray. Now, all of a sudden the favourite for the Heisman to what was he like minus seven hundred has of last week. Now, like, he's you know. Plus one you guys one eighty one fifty one third doing something. He's got a plus next to his name. Now. I think credible Murray's the favorite. And like exactly like Harry said man, if he wins, it it's only going to be more trouble for Oklahoma. Because they will they're going to try to put a weapon on on them, Alabama. Meaning they're gonna put a weapon on Oklahoma's like totally agree with Harry, I'm not even saying is going to win the Heisman. I need to you know, have them in a and a parlay to win the Heisman. So hopefully, this doesn't all turned around on me. But I don't think I'm not sure of Oklahoma will ever stop them on a drive. I really am. Not sure I totally do with Harry, I think this game's gonna go over on the basis of Alabama is going to approach sixty points Obama's gonna score somewhere close to thirty. But I think in the in the end since game will not be close. I think famines gonna make a big statement..

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Verbal Dan we should start with that SEC championship game. Your final score was Alabama thirty five. George twenty eight. Of course, a rematch of last season's national championship game. Bama one that won twenty six twenty three in overtime. That was the to a game. Right. The to where he comes on in the second half for a struggling Jalen hurts to a wins the game he grabs the starting spot. Well to has been banged up this year a great year Heisman to Alber year. But he's been banged up. He got a little more banged up. Both ankles got injured especially the right ankle. When Jona Williams has big offensive tackle stepped on it. This time. It was Jalen hurts coming on for to tongue. Vilo Bama trails twenty eight twenty one in the fourth quarter on his first drive. Jalen hurts comes in. He leads Bama down the field. Throws a ten yard strike to Jerry Judy to tie it at twenty eight all on his very next drive with the clock. Under three minutes. He connects up with earth Smith junior. And then Jalen Waddell gets all the way down to the Georgia fifteen yard line. Then he just decides going to run it in on his own. That's how Alabama took the lead thirty five to twenty eight and they did not look back in just another big win for Alabama and another crushing defeat in this stadium for the Georgia BULLDOGS this year. Yeah. Calendar year. So from the top to a was struggling and even before a lot of his injuries will I wouldn't say injuries. But he looked to be he took a hit pretty early on. And through a just a a soft pass, which is. Typical of him over the middle. Back dot picked and Georgia really looked sharp for this first half in all phases. They were playing to a super well on defense. Jake from was making unbelievable touch. Throws the weird damage of bringing in Justin fields to interrupt any sort of rhythm was pretty minimal which good thing. Deandra swift looked incredible. Just you know, we were talking about his ability to cut on a dime is almost unmatched in college football. And it really did look like Georgia was going to. As the demon. But I guess credit both to his injury and Alabama adjusting and the second half really wrapping up in the in the open field and. The Jalen hurts thing is incredible. The fact that he came in looked good through the air may big throw second and third down throws and called his own number. Then he called that play. He in Loxley discussed on the sideline the place. He was most comfortable with and wanted to run it there that was a called run to win the game. They were down you mentioned the scoring, but they were down twenty eight fourteen which means it was twenty one unanswered per my state school math. Yup. And buddy. It was it was an incredible performance from Alabama. And I'm not going to do the disservice of going through with divorce Jak, Georgia's second half drives. But this was a team that after a pretty strong. I drive in the second half largely through up on it self. Yeah. Offense of Lii. And the thing that came to my mind when talking about Georgia, and the broader picture with the playoff, and I feel comfortable making this comparison because I'm positive the overwhelming majority of Georgia fan that listened to the show are not listening to the show trae, right or this episode. If you're in the hotdog eating context contest next to Joey chestnut, and you're going hotdog for hot dog with him. You just there two things you have to do. And that's eat has many hotdogs as possible and try to try to come out on top. And then not throw them up and they threw up with, you know, five minutes left in the hour..

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The third quarter and Tuscaloosa top rank Alabama had its hands full against the citadel in the first half crimson tide. It's going to the third quarter now on top thirty to ten crimson tide on the board. I in the third quarter to a tongue of Iowa has second touchdown pass the game going to jail. Jalen Waddell, Alabama defense in returning a fumble for a touchdown to extend the lead just a few moments ago tongue Ovalles low sixty eight yard touchdown pass to herb. Smith. Sitted Alabama today on the SEC network in college park number ten Ohio State down twenty four seventeen against Maryland. Anthony McFarland two hundred and thirty one yards rushing and two touchdowns in the first half. Four Maryland second half now underway on ABC TD big ten matchup number third number fourteen. Penn State in the third quarter on the road leading thirteen nothing against Rutgers number twenty one Mississippi State and the third at home up seventeen six on Arkansas that game is on ESPN TV number three. Notre Dame number twelve. Syracuse pick off in thirty minutes from Yankee Stadium. ESPN college football analysts David Pollock on one of the keys for the orange. Eric Dungy's a Haas. I mean, he's a big cat. That is Easter quarterback. He looks like a running back tight end build. If Sarah Hughes is going to win this game. It'll be the scrambles of Dundee the running ability Dungy continuing to stay on the field. Keep Notre Dame dolphins off the field and just wear you out in both back today for the Irish after missing last week's win against Florida state's remind green out of the lineup tonight for the warriors. They're on the road in Dallas taking on the Mavericks. Right now. Napa get up to ten dollars off a pair of.

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yourself Grainger for the ones. Who get it done? John Roth being back in our New York studios at this. Check of the scoreboard top twenty five games in progress right now. Third quarter number four Michigan on top. Rutgers twenty eight seven early third number six Oklahoma leads Oklahoma state thirty four twenty eight also third quarter in the Pac twelve number eight Washington state ten better than Colorado seventeen seven and how about this in the SEC third quarter. Tennessee leads number eleven Kentucky twenty four seven also third quarter, northwestern seven number twenty one I three let's go back to Tuscaloosa, Greg Daniels Dale held a stray with for this one five thirty four to go in the third quarter. Mississippi state's deepens hanging around keeping a close. Mississippi state's offense takes over first ten at their own thirty three a goose egg on the scoreboard twenty one to nothing. Kyle and hill. He's been the best thing offensively for Mississippi State, but only his sixth carry for about forty six yards. So far. Make it forty five yards. It'll be second at five. Very few teams can just hand the ball off and move the ball down the field against Alabama is defense. You need some of those explosive plays Mississippi State going right to left gift to Kyle and hill again hill gonna keep Mississippi State on schedule with about two and a half more yards to the forty sets them up third and short, and we mentioned in their wins this year Dale fifty five percent on third down in their losses. Twenty six percent. We said we'd keep an eye on that number. It's one for eight today. And it's less below twenty five percent of it is it's about half of twenty five percent. Twelve and a half percent, exactly. They need to pick up three here. Pistol sat tight end of the right side is green to receivers on the left FitzGerald rolls. The beacon run he's gonna have slides and because of the slide. We'll see it depends on where they spider short of the first down if he dies he gets it. Remember, it's where you start your slide. But they're going to Mark the ball. If you go ahead, I picked up the first down, and there was not really any imminent danger where it went down. And now you're going to send the punt team out is a terrible play an absolutely terrible play. By your senior quarterback that you needed to be huge today. Fifth years senior quarterback. So Tucker day will come onto punt after what should have been a third-down scramble for FitzGerald for the first down. Jalen Waddell, backdate to receive your weight sit at its fifteen. This punt a little lower pretty wobbly gonna bounce into the hands of a bulldog at the twenty six yard line where Ella Bama will take over first.

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Also, the other allies to coroner who is first year playing. I don't know whether he'll declare not, but is draftable prospects or somebody to keep an eye on grid. Delpit the safety for LSU. John battle the is not dealt by the way, not draft eligible yet. We'll be top ten pick probably next shorts. All some. Yeah. He's amazing John battle as a he's like twenty four but great glare can do a ton of different things for us. You really unsung type of player. They just have such a talented group. And I think that groups gone better every single week you're really gave ole miss and that group troubles. I know Alabama's offense way more complex and all messes, but just in terms of being able to match up one v one. It's the most talented group that all messes guy, CNN know, Irv Smith and the tight end, Jerry, Judy, and Jalen Waddell and Henry rugs. And devante Smith those guys for Obama. I mean, only Irv Smith draft algebra the group. The rest of them look out for them next year's class. Just ridiculously talented wide receiver group for Alabama. And they've changed the whole offense wisely to something that teams Georgia, and Ben, and I have talked about Stanford should be doing Alabama's changed her entire offense of approach based on the players that they have rather than what their coach is done in the past. So I it's just yeah. My bottling that can happen. But it's led to what you see which is an absolute machine. So I don't think else you stand a chance largely due to the limitations of their own offense. You know, it's best offense. We seen from Alice. You for awhile? I don't know if it's good enough to beat up on all Bama are to keep it even close with Alabama. But I saw the galaxies a great team. I would take two loss LSU over maiden name. And what they've done this season. I know the obviously won't see it that way. But also, you really good team think, but I don't know if they could beat Alabama. I'm a Notre Dame fan, and I agree with that sentiment. Ben. One individual match that you're really looking forward to with Alabama verse LSU is so Alabama's got a lot of good players. Right. No kidding. And so we, you know, it's the summer, and John our SEC guy and John's Cabeza gotta go through the whole defensive roster and watch all of these players because they're all good. You're gonna watch it. Whenever you want Ella. Bama goal. Twenty two you watch the defense. You have to watch it like fifteen different times as in game. I mean, I probably watched last year slate like, I mean, I'm not even kidding. I watched like every game of John Evans like seven times just because I'm watching everybody else. Yeah. So you've got you've rake one Davis who came in as a top flight defensive linemen and MAC Wilson came in is at the central round one linebacker, and is you know, you're classing Isaiah bugs and other defensive line edge guy who had good run and for new Jennings your outside linebacker zone, and so forth and still somehow the best players on them as defense and of being these guys who just did he have rotational players last year..

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And if they can have offense of production. Here's the problem when you play Ella bamadoro, Paul. We they're seemingly narrative that Alabama has taken a step back defensively. Right. You you do suffer a little bit. When you have a really good offense. Because most of the time I'm the psychology of a player is we can take chances because our offense is going to score eighty five percent of the time. They had a football. So everybody is that's kind of been a narrative that's been building about LSU having a shot LSU up into this point head show me anything outside of Georgia gain that they have an explosive offense enough to beat Alabama. Now with that being said this will be the best defense that Alabama's face. And I know we've talked about how great the offense is the receivers and all of that they'll be matchups in this game. That'd be violent important one that I have my eyes on how many times would your Judy b- lined up with greeted Williams how involved with grand Pippi in defending the pass and coming down into the box and stopping the run. And so there there are some narratives and some scenarios in this game where you could see being close in the fourth quarter if things work out for LSU in their way. But based on everything we've seen up into this point. There's nobody close to Alabama for four quarters in college football. I don't see how you be. I really don't LSU doesn't have the firepower offensively nothing that I've seen from LSU makes me think they can score forty forty five fifty points again. Now, I know they scored thirty six against Georgia. Georgia was minus four and the turnover margin. I just have a really hard time envisioning a situation where Ella Bama turns the ball over that many times. They're too good at protecting the football. Now, I love. Of the personnel that LSU has on defense, and they're going to play a lot of man coverage. The man coverage has been burnt by this wide receiver core because the ups are just too difficult to try to determine greedy, William six three two hundred pounds really long. Great against big receivers. He put them against a guy like Jason. Jalen Waddell, who's five eleven one eighty and can run four three four low four three that's a tough match-up for greedy Williams. So this defense better than any defense that Alabama seen to this point. But the only way to beat Alabama is to have an offense that can match them blow for blow, and there's only a couple offenses in college football that I can envision doing that one is Oklahoma who if they played Alabama. It would be a track..

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And if they can have offense of production. Here's the problem when you play Ella bamadoro, Paul. We they're seemingly narrative that Allah. Bama has taken a step back defensively. Right. You you do suffer a little bit. When you have a really good offense. Because most of the time the psychology of a player is we can take chances because our office is going to score eighty five percent of the time. They had a football. So everybody is that's kind of been a narrative that's been building about LSU having a shot LSU up into this point head. So me anything outside of Georgia gain that they could have an explosive offense enough to beat Alabama now with that being said. This will be the best defense that Alabama's face. And I know we've talked about how off its is the receivers and all of that they'll be matchups in this game. That'd be Vialli important one that I have my is on how many times were Judy b- lined up with greeted Williams how involved with grand they'll be in defending the pass and coming down into the box and stopping the run. And so there there are some narratives and some scenarios in this game where you could see it being close in the fourth quarter. If things work out for LSU in their way. But based on everything we've seen up into this point. There's nobody close to Alabama for four quarters in college football. I don't see how you'd be. I really don't LSU doesn't have the firepower offensively nothing that I've seen from LSU makes me think they can score forty forty five fifty points again. Now, I know they scored thirty six against Georgia. Georgia was minus four and the turnover margin. I just have a really hard time envisioning a situation where Alabama turns the ball over that many times. They're too good at protecting the football. Now. I love the personnel that. LSU has on defense, and they're going to play a lot of man coverage. The man coverage has been Burt by this wide receiver core because the match ups are just too difficult to try to determine greedy Williams, six three two hundred pounds really long. Great against big receivers. He put them against a guy like J. Jalen Waddell, who's five eleven one eighty and can run four three four low four three that's a tough match-up for greedy Williams. So I like this defense better than any defense that Alabama seen to this point. But the only way to beat Alabama is to have an offense that can match them blow for blow, and there's only a couple offenses in college football that I can envision doing that one is Oklahoma who if they played Alabama. It would be a track. Meet it might be sixty six fifty two or sixty six sixty it could be that it really could another is Clemson with the way they're playing on the side of the football. They can rush the passer and Trevor Lawrence and that offense continues to grow. But those are the only two right now that I genuinely think can. Score with Alabama without making the Kittle mistake that every team has a tendency to make. Just look I'm will say this you put this. I will be shocked if Alabama scored forty five points. It'll shock me in this game..

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Louisville couldn't run. The only ran for sixteen yards as a team. Puma pass looked. I thought promising throwing the football that was a bright spot, a takeaway for Louisville at times. Yeah, for sure. Especially given the competition. Yeah. Otherwise, Alabama is just loaded again to looks Dan impressive at. Quarterback Jalen hurts did play. They gave the ball to what felt like forty two different rushers in this football game and look. We looked at the point spread before the start of this football game and said, wow, that seems like a lot. But yet it never quite is enough when you're talking about Alabama. We should just lock them up in this football game. They look so so good on both sides of the football. And here we go again, this just going to be more of the same continuation from what we saw last season. Yeah, Alabama is playing a slightly different sport than other teams because they have a way better pet coach than everybody else at the moment. So yes, to a look, very good. The the fact that they can say, all right, Damian Harris, you have this Dr, Josh Jacobs you of this Dr, nausea Harris, you of this Dr, Manila going to go from there. I thought a big thing was devante Smith stepping up really nicely. Jalen Waddell is a new name. It's sort of smaller slot guy who's great in special teams, stretched the field really nicely. Jerry Judy was good as expected as he steps into a more prominent role and the defense when you have that luxury of not needing to bring a ton of players up to the line of scrimmage to get pressured tackled people in stop the run, whatever. You know, the secondary ran pretty wild, which was nice to see if you're an Alabama fan, considering how at least new in these roles. A lot of those guys back there are and you know, Jala Bama wasted. No time it was as you said, not a crock potting. It was flash frying. It wasn't, you know, fourteen nothing at the half. It was fourteen nothing when you blinked in this game. So Alabama, would we talk about not taking major takeaways but Alabama's different than the field the I mean, it'd be different if what we saw in week one was any different than what we saw in like week, thirteen last year, but it seems like a continuation. It's not a new season. It's just the next season. If that makes. What did you think of the the end with Maria Taylor? Did you see that clip. Vaguely remind me. So at the end of the game, you know the your very standard sideline. Reporter comes over as coach. Couple of questions about, you know what throwing through your head here, and you know what's your takeaway from this game things that Nick Sabin has been through a thousand times and she asked him the most obvious question which was because to start started and had more pass attempts than was relied on way more in the passing game. What was it about to his? I'm paraphrasing here. Like what was it about two of that separated him from Jalen hurts because obviously, Alabama is the country's biggest and most premier program and the quarterback is the biggest and most premier position and to a comes into the biggest and most premier game at the end of last year and wins it. And so two, it gets the nod. She asked him why. And he just like freaks out. I'm tired of this question. We've got two good quarterbacks like you got to ask new questions like it was such Bush league from Nick Sabin. It. It was so stupid and it was Maria Taylor. Just asking the obvious question that Nick Sabin should have an obvious canned answer for we like both guys to a really what a lot of things we really think. You know, when you have the luxury of two great quarterbacks, you gotta take one and we think to a gives us a great chance, but we're really excited for what Jalen hurts gives us and just get off the field..

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"jalen waddell" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"jalen waddell" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"There's, you know, when we talk about this, everything would have to fall right, you'd probably have to have even so, and I know people hate hearing this. You'd have to have multiple to us champions. You probably have to have. Where at least one? Yeah, maybe three and and you probably would have to have at least one of those be unimpressive to us champion. If you had something, just throw an example out there. I know you know they, they weren't champions last year, but say Penn State two games by four points, whatever it was, you know, and you have, let's say you have a champion, does something like that. That's going to probably be tough to get past, but if they do the things you mentioned it would be better if Oklahoma states tend to, but but you know if they are eight, four and and Boise state beats beats and Sally maybe has one little scare on the road someplace. I think you got a shot at it. It's not a, you know, a wouldn't say that to lock your going to cash in. That'd be bet worth taking. Paul was on here last week, talked about the SEC Heisman Trophy candidates. He threw out the Andrea swift at twenty five to one to currently the favourite west gate. Seven to one thinks got the better shot there too, or a swift. Gotta be decisive here. I'm going to go ahead and say to, but I'm going to reserve judgment until we see exactly how the quarterback thing unfold. You know, from what I understand, Jalen hurts performed, much better in scrimmage. Last weekend. Is that meat, he's going to get some time, how are they going to handle it as a quote, unquote patient or is just series here and there, or you know, all of those types of things right now, I would say quarterback with all the toys that Obama offense has at its disposal would would be the one, but I wouldn't really wouldn't favor either of those guys. Actually that actually when I intro psyche, I think the one factor was Alabama this year Reese and you. I mean, I, I don't know. I haven't. I haven't heard people talk about this as they have a chance. And when I I mean to to put up numbers that we haven't seen. Seen from Alabama quarterback. If they're talking about how good this offense is going to be and how versatile it is, you know? And I think that's going to be pretty eye opening for people. They not only the three freshmen receivers who played last year. But you know, we all have people who've seen things, but apparently the fresh and Jalen Waddell problem would be involved in the return game, and everything is just absolutely electric and all four of the and I said, four, you know, not you hurt now, but all for the running backs or are strong. I think the offensive line. It'll be really good. I agree with you. The one thing that at least to this point that talk about, oh, has given you an indication that he's better than Jalen hurts at doing is utilizing all of those weapons, getting the ball out of his hand and spreading it around targeted a lot of different people, the second half against Georgia, which was an area in which they Jalen would progress less your than he did. So you know if they do that, if they do that, I. With you. There could be they could put up some monstrous numbers on that and they might need to with the inexperience in the injury situation that they once again have on defense. When when does Knicks I rat poison speech on my, my my, my coming right after the Texas game on the twenty second right before the rage in cages come to town on September twenty four would be my..

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