6 Burst results for "Marcus Colston"

"marques colston" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"marques colston" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Our first stop is l. A. It's just a four point spread between the Rams and Seahawks. Here's Chuck Hayes. Thanks so much rich and we have 9 37 remaining in the third period, the rancher in the middle of a nine place 63 yard drive, and, of course, the Seahawks had deferred, so they got the ball first to start the second half. It was three and after them Russell Wilson, it's scrambled and come up short used the time out to appeal the ruling. And then they went for a long count on third down now, which which turned into fourth down, and they ended up punting away. 50 yards down to the Ram 12 yard line. So Jared Goff has been very efficient on this last drive, and currently there on the Seattle 25 yard line, 1st and 10. There was an injury time out. Rand's tight end Gerald Everett. They have replaced They're a great offense of tackle Andrew Whitworth with Dave Edwards. Ah young player. A tackle from Wisconsin. So with the Rams, currently looking at 1st and 10 from the Seahawk 25 yard line, 9 37 remaining in the third period, it is the Ram 17 and the Seahawks 13. So it's been a tight one. And that has been the script as five of the last eight meetings between these two have been decided. By six points or less than that is the case today. Let's head to Miami right now, where the Dolphins have extended their lead over the Chargers. Here with more is Jack Arm Priester. Yes, they have it just as we were talking before. Word said the charges were starting to play better ball. Justin, however, makes his first mistake of the day and he's picked off by eggs Avian, Howard. Who has a nice return back to the 30 City Charger. 32 yard line took the Dolphins five plays to get it in the engine Durum spiced with a two yard touchdown reception from to a tunnel over that tongue of love was second touchdown of toss of the day. Rather Excuse me. They went for two point conversion. I would've put him up by 14 points, however, gets sick. He couldn't hold onto the ball at the line. He was in a bunch of traffic and I just could not hold on to that ball for the game. Herbert 13 of 19 420 yards and one touchdown, one interception. Kind of alot of 14 of 24 467 yards, two touchdowns, No interceptions. The big news here. So Lon Achmed 18 16 carries for 83 yards and a one yard touchdown. For the Dolphins on the ground for the Chargers cannibalize 16 rushes for 55 yards and surprisingly, Keenan Allen with just two receptions for 26 yards. That's probably the key as to why the charges are behind in this contest. 11 38 to go here in the fourth quarter. Miami on top By 12 26 14 Richard Start. It's a much closer game out in Arizona, where the bills just up by four late third, Let's check in with Adam Green. Yeah, I got is about two minutes and 38 seconds left to go in the third quarter. Just looked like the bills were gonna put Eddie pull away in this one. There are 23 9. After that, obviously coming to your touchdown Catch colonel still down the field, nine place 75 year old drive that finished off with a culinary one year touchdown. Run and then the Cardinals force. The punch was a 12 yard punt from the Bills keep in their territory, but I'm 40 for the Cardinals. They couldn't do much with the ball from them. And it's settling for a 45 yard field goal from sanctions off his force field goal of the day here, the story, this game might be colored. Mary's lack of explosives were used to seeing him pilot yards and down into the areas only 18 25 170 yards through the air. It has just 24 yards and motion sensor. He does have that one touchdown, but it was from one yard out. On the flip side. The bills are 23 19 here. Gosh, l'm 18 to 2471 years and one touchdown as acknowledges 23 hours and six cares Singletary 16 years in three carries and Alan from six years on six carries on his own, So it's been a pretty Explosive offensive game from two of the Marques Colston quarterbacks in the league. Right now, the Bills have the ball and the lead. It is 23 to 19, but about 1 40 left to go in the third quarter. All right, thank you very much. And let's head to Pittsburgh, where the Steelers third quarter still up by 15 on the Bangles Here is Jeff Hawthorne. And the Bangles started the second half much like most of their drives in the first half a three and out Cincinnati oh, of seven on third down the date of one impressive Dr 90 Yards, Joe borrow 16 of 25 189 yards and a touchdown. He Hagen six receptions for 102 yards. That touchdown pass was to Higgins on 1/4 down. Ben Ross's Burger has been the story for the Steelers. After looking like he had hurt his elbow, he has come back. With a vengeance. 17 of 27 243 yards and a couple of touchdowns wanted Deante Johnson was 116 yards receiving and wanted you to Smith Schuster. DJ while with a couple of big sacks to stop Bengal drives as we're early in the third quarter, it's 20 to 7 Steelers over the Bangles. All right, thank you very much, Jeff. And also right now, Renee NATO standing by in New Orleans, where it's been a good one at a close one all day where the Saints just can't shake the 40 Niners back, in fact, beginning third quarter Drew Brees has not come back, and it's way have not been told what the injuries about But Jamie's Winston has been running the show for the Saints. He's two for two for 14 yards ST. Still, with the 17 to 10 advantage, McMullen was 1722 is 23rd faster. The evening was intercepted by Malcolm Jenkins returned as the Niners were in safe territory dropping, but Malcolm Jenkins cut that short and accept.

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"marques colston" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"marques colston" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"You mentioned case by case, let's add another layer to it because your core Bert I believe you're completely right if the Kansas City chiefs. They if they don't WanNA pay running back. Patrick. mahomes assign nobody cares right. Why wh- let's not be naive here. Why to Christian McCaffrey also get his extension and when did he get it after Cam Newton left the organization new coach comes in what's the easiest way to make sure that the fan base knows that the existing superstar isn't going to get shipped out of town the way the guy you know the last decade long superstar who was there just left. It's turn around and sign. That guy so there's a little bit of also the political goodwill there as well to counteract cam leaving town in terms of Alvin Kamara you know he's he's such a fascinating study because Sean Payton is such a bright offensive line. He knows that they can use that guy like a wide receiver. You know it's funny I think it's just a tweak in the offense in terms of you know the way they move Kamera around and get him matchups. Kindle what they did with Jimmy Graham before this. I was. GonNa say he's the running back version of Jimmy Graham. Exactly. Right. So you know what? He's I think he's what you remember who Sean Payton's first draft pick was in New Orleans No I don't. Reggie Bush. So it's it's what I think he had in mind like Alvin Kamara is what Sean Payton was trying to get when he drafted Reggie. Bush right point. Like I think and I think the depositions different in that offense you know like now he he has had more traditional backs Mark Ingram was one but he he likes to have guys that are sort of position lists. Like he'd Lineup Marques Colston. He's another example of it as a slot receiver. So Sean Payton plays offense a different way and he sort of looks at the five skill position players. It's like when I break the huddle I don't want you to know where those guys are going and Alvin Kamera's perfect for that blood. Then did did we just make the argument than against Alvin Kamara because you have a head coach who said Okay I had that match with a tight in now I got this matchup with the running back up a here's how change the offense and he figured out and they still been really productive. So is it not necessarily where the weapon is on the field? It's that you have that weapon to play with to work everyone else off. So you're saying, you don't pay him because because you look when it to the point to where they got to Jimmy. Graham where it was like dude, we're not paying you come on get out of here and they let him go they..

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"marques colston" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"marques colston" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Ron Davenport the Broncos Titans slash half back and tore on Davenport covers the Titans it's also about drill Casey sametime street what trash triton him for a seventh round pick that is a little bit tough each I think you can understand we have a couple things want to get to in a segment but that you can kind of understand where the Titans are like so you're you put yourself in the position for case you can understand where the tides are out there due to clear some cap but on the other hand you just think what should I have a little bit more value than a seventh rounder because if he's traded for a fourth rounder maybe he's a little frustrated but he's a freaking out about the way it went down I was like all right well you guys got you had to get something I I get hit yes I think the seventh runner doesn't feel like anything because how many times generally speaking how may times two seventh rounders even make active rosters at a camp not often typically seventh rounders are gonna be practice squad guys yes this indication of when that shows up and and you know right well we got a steal here marques Colston yeah that kind of stuff but mostly time your seventh rounders sees spot on the roster and players know that you're you're you roll the dice on somebody else with outstanding athletic potential it never put all together that kind of stuff were injured guy the teen movie you know every he's six but you said you get the I get the point so yeah it's not often that they are making especially season one it's really not often that those type of guys are making the roster typically if they do it's an offense of linemen definitely all right couple these only get to in this segment first of all the NFL put out a memo today on what the protocols will be for when players return to facilities that you even had a referencing this ban yeah for a while and what you you knew that it was out there that is eventually going to come out and you more this is a you know several pages yeah the highlights and I think this is the thing that that obviously circulated throughout Twitter today was the fact that you're gonna have to have your to reconfigure locker rooms for social distancing six feet Bob you see it and so that's gonna be a little bit of a challenge for some teams out though some some teams like the Broncos word maybe you have are your locker in in one facility and then you have another party or locker room any other facility because you have the Pat Bowlen fieldhouse out there and so you do have options there I think for the Broncos the smart movies bring the rookies in space the lockers out right now yes and then you can worry about how these restrictions are gonna go as you go and reconfigure for the veterans but I I think it's important to get a rookie camp and if I'm if I'm the Broncos that's what I'm trying to do you think that's still a possibility arise I saw some things earlier today including from Albert Breer saying that there was expectation there's no many camps there's probably not going to be but if on the Broncos and tried trying to put it together do something right I I think it's a good idea so the rookies maybe some of the new bad guys in the offseason in free agency well I think you just do a rookie Mikhail late rookie minicamp just nibbling else is that right I think it's important get those guys a rest I think a because those guys most of the rookies on this team are gonna lose reps once you get into camp because they're gonna be stuck behind veterans and so you're not do you have much much fewer opportunities just one week in with those rookies can really kind of help say mom okay there's a guide you to keep an extra eye on when we get the camp I need to kind of see how he okay the sale he does against the veterans he's dominating against this guy was gonna make our team here rookie mini camp but I need to put him up against some some better competition see what he does and in camp and those kinds of things help you to find different guys you know they help you to find guys that you know the Trevor Siemian's of the world and there are a little bit better than where you drafted him so you know the address guy like Philip to come in and fill in the came in he was an also ran that you know over there got like well you know the bottom of the roster guy you could contribute here there he just kept going and having those extra reps is vital that process you agreed and we we said that immediately about because we had a chance to interview all of the calls free agents we got asked I would say we lost all of them we have several of them about kind of a bit of a missed opportunity here during OTA's you Mr rookie mini camp in a lot of teams have gone with the rookie mini camp to become more of a classroom setting anyways they don't really get around the field first time features a walk through the teams are mostly trying to avoid any injuries during that time in early may but now we're into June this the time for OTA purposes you have a chance to really show the coaching staff you're gonna pay attention when training camp starts the other is leaving float around so you wouldn't even get players in or not and maybe you're right that that's what the the goal is to try to be gets rookies in here before the end of June I think June twenty six is the final date but there is some conversation about seeing if the players will acquiesce and agree to come in a few days before the July twenty eighth start of most training camps there is conversation out there about that but now that this is a little bit difficult situation I think for JC Tretter specifically he's in this new role do you really want when you're first things that you do is negotiating less vacation time less time offer these put even though they've all been it even parts are unknown right threads tire to not a lot of them have been in the same city even though that's been the case they still had to be available for these online sessions the zoom meetings but then you're asking players to come back early and I I sure think about for the Broncos last year and how tough that was for them to come in early the reason why this is being even talked about about coming in a few days early maybe for up to five days early before that July twenty eighth is because you're going to have to kinda get things in place for these protocols it's not a show up and let's get off to practice it will show up let's get the protocols in were in worse let's get the testing going do you think that's a possibility that could actually happen yeah I think it's possible I don't know that it's probable I I think that you know me saying the broker should have a mini camp is mmhm there's more to it than that than that I am not ideal world they should try to make that happen whether or not they are successful is remains to be seen these memos that are floating around this document has evolved over the last forty five days since it was your first kind of put out there this goes back to conversations we were having about the NBA the NHL MLB NBC Unitarianism very detailed document very detailed very structure very concise on what needs to be done or what the league expects to be done some of these things are pretty feasible some of them some clubs may have more problems with that others if your two teams sharing a stadium in Los Angeles figure out the locker room situation gonna be pretty tough I'm gonna be honest with you if you are the Denver Broncos that locker room has a limit of limited space you can't put everybody in there No Way and steal it here to the guidelines this memorandum he can it's just not physically possible Joe the field house you do there are there are other options and you have to kind of make do you might make one the offense when the defense that I mean I guess that there's a wrench in the special teams but you know whatever so there are options there but as far as actually getting around to having like I said rookie mini camps all kind of stuff you know I don't know I I think if you're a Broncos fan your best bet is to plan on training camp and the preseason and if you get anything else you're happier for it the Steelers are doing something kind of interesting they're going to training camp at Heinz field yeah widget or should the Broncos consider doing at mile high empower field there's maybe a bit of an argument there because we just talked about kind of locker rooms you do have I mean they're a little bit closer as far as proximity you can use the visitor locker room you have your home locker room right it's a little bit obviously bigger facility it's just like it's a little closer plus one of things behinds field you actually could have fans out there at the stadium to watch practices where I don't know if they could necessarily get away with that down in the valley I I don't think that you enjoy it out there I'm trying to I'm trying to remain here but I I I think you I hear you I like that idea in theory reality is the last thing you're doing right now is catered to the fans for preseason and and training camp I if it in fact if it's meat on the Denver Broncos we're not allowing fans a training camp this year or photo to video cameras to a live stream we'll get a title sponsor told him about a live stream or make less money that way this drink is free of charge to come out here training so if it's me what I'm trying to do is will have a limited media set up and you know and it's thanks for that bye if you have a good day we're queer get rid of the the fans on the hill and we are doing is a little bit different we are going to live stream this for the fans the Broncos have ever made it important they they've said this in the past that it's very important that fans have an opportunity river was last year the eagles only open up to practices and they're charging yeah that's weird that was that was a mess but in the end but the Broncos were on the other side of that thing and there were other teams were on the other side of that thing so where I'm with you in this is different circumstances this is a pandemic it's a little bit different you're trying to keep not only your players and staff healthy but you try to keep the patrons themselves you don't put the patrons in a position where they're potentially causing themselves are but on the other side of this maybe the Broncos don't look as the primary reason to have practices down at the.

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"marques colston" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"marques colston" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"ET dot org three oh three seven one three eighty five eighty five your phone number five six six nine zero is the tax line this stuff there from B. K. and it seems like we're all kinda layering in there on a wide receiver in the first row you don't worry too much Benjamin at this point the historical data that suggests wide receivers in the first round haven't really panned out as effectively over the last several years that that doesn't worry you sometimes I think we can use history as a bit of a precursor and sometimes it doesn't fit at all because again you're looking at the Julia Jones is of the world Odell Beckham was back of a player hello Mike Evans is a really really good player there's a lot of first round wide receivers that have done just fine in the league doesn't necessarily mean that because you are taking the first round but you're not going to or you're gonna become unknowns we talked about what are some for some first round busts in recent years it was a city rice said Jon Rosser Sorrell Patterson yeah part of me to you know whatever I Lee V. hit rate for wide receivers after round one is abysmally low it's almost like quarterbacks feel taken in the first round you're probably not getting a good one there are exceptions you know you can find the marques Colston so the world for the last couple years men's second round has been got a kind of a prime spot you've got a few in there but it's it's very rare it to be honest with you don't fight in the first round they they tend not to be that good hit rate is about I think it's one third in the first round and then it goes down below ten percent in the second round and then it's not even measurable the third round how far back are you going on this just just store goal since two thousand I believe okay last four years curtailed because I we went back we lived on this is a time at times but we back in like last decade I've got way more hits us you can find hits and that's the thing is though stand out because people remember those what you don't remember are the thirty and forty misses for every hit that you go find for every Marcus Colston there's a Robbie Harapan Robert Ron you know I mean you E. I I can go back and I can show you by year the wide receivers that were drafted you get yeah that guy that guy yeah that guy yeah that guy our poll question where would you rank drew lock if you were in this quarterback class right now it's basically neck and neck third behind Berlin to us in fourth or lower yeah I was a the national audience voting on this so Benjamin his percentage of first did not draft the first overall it be possible to leap the bagels to redraft the law seven point three percent seven people people yes seven percent sorry seven percent say drew lock is better than your world J. N. thirteen and a half percent say he's.

"marques colston" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"marques colston" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Amazing thing about it is I mean it's basically him and Alvin Kamara you know those are those are the two Michael Thomas as a hundred and thirty three receptions on the season he needs what one fifty million eighty one forty three he needs eleven more eleven to get six and five zero the next closes on his team is fifty behind a Camaro away seventy three but it gets better and then you get to the other wide receiver yeah the next best the guy whose job is titled to catch the ball a wide receiver you have Michael Thomas with one thirty three Ted get junior has twenty nine he has a hundred and four more receptions then the next leading wide receiver and you watch the game as everyone knows there's one white out they're going to it's Michael Thomas and he is wide believe open in every game well and and and what is not wide open the one thing he does have the lot listen he's a great receiver but he also has one of the most accurate quarterbacks in the history of the game I'm throwing him the ball so even on tight windows he's getting a great look at catching the ball again make no mistake he is a great receiver right up there at the top in the league no doubt about that but that has to help right when you because not every time you catch the ball he's wide open he does a great job running route to get separation but he also was a quarterback that could put the ball on a dime for it's a perfect combination and we saw that for years the drew Brees and marques Colston it was another big body guy in the middle of the field for them but Michael Thomas is operating in a plane that is all his own right now and having that skill set matched up with drew Brees and Sean Payton who is a D. as gifted an offense of play callers we've ever seen in the NFL who's gonna find creative ways even when everyone knows the ball's going to his guide to trying to get him open that cocktail all together which is amazing want to make it to the point where he would even throw to him because he's double covered or whatever they're doing him makes you not even want to look his way because it's almost an impossibility get the ball there yet a hundred thirty three times there was one play in the first half right before the end of have I think was on the touchdown drive that we thought was going to celebrate the record for the break which of course it wasn't because no saints and wraps he was coming across the field and toward the right sideline and there were three colts around them and he still made a one handed catch so if there are three calls around Mike Thomas there were scheming something any still found a way to beat or the scheme for using is he has a hundred thirty reception I just did the math on a hundred fifty nine targets he is caught eighty four percent of the passes thrown to him he has one drop on the seas I was wondering if he's just he's the leader in catch percentage in the NFL with that kind of volume that is that is awesome the nerds can come this is where we all together on this other thing right all together on this but it does I'm sorry blows my mind that if he had not thrown in completion of pro for three hundred yards and four touchdowns yeah that's not good enough you know it is a little more you're good what you're not performed just gonna need a little more give me a break I'm not a straight talk front of a straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart coming up something that happened Saturday which is leading to an exponential amount of good on Sunday and Monday and the days after we'll get to that after we get what's trending with Jason fits Jenna let's get you caught up on some of the news from last night's we'll start with little NBA action no look at no problem ma'am snack the snap a snack on the box eighteen game winning streak for Milwaukee now done Milwaukee's gonna be taken on the Lakers Thursday that's with the match and we all have our eyes on the last night Mavericks one twenty Bucks one sixteen even without looking not you too as a moderate right ankle sprain young sounded couple forty eight and fourteen wasn't enough Milwaukee didn't shoot well Christopher twenty six and twelve.

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"marques colston" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

09:29 min | 3 years ago

"marques colston" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"He's going in the right direction otherwise he may not ever get there while. I've got bad news for somebody because this is the first first thing that I looked up when she said that number around forty looking over Jameis Winston fifty-seven starts oh he is what he is. He is what is like unfortunately. Dj like Marcus this here Marcus Mariota they are they are and so now it's about like both of them like both of them coming out of what can we do. How can we voted around and whatever whatever like for James James will always be a guy that is a high turnover. Ga- high-volume turnovers risk taker whatever it is we can talk about as going to be safer. He is what he is. This Marcus Mariota. We always won't just a little more from him. I think they will play the game like that. So now teams have to do is they have to do evaluation. How much do we value quarterback plays like they play with the money that you have to pay them on their second contract. What what is the new twenty million thirty million dollars standard for play. Is it better to go back and say oh you know what we're just hit reboot and started all over the college quarterback last last last thing and we'll move onto these games here. I know we've we've gone along here but it's it's a fun discussion. I enjoyed over. This is the image I have my mind a lot of pictures in my head today. I don't know why the coffee must've been good but this is the image I have book. It's it's Mike Zimmer go into kirk cousins and saying hey man lets you got you. WanNa go. You WanNa go ride a bike down the beach okay so they get out of the car and then Kirk pulls out his bike in and goes coach. Where's where's your bike that you don't have your you're GonNa Right. I thought you say you want to write back. No no no I'll be hold onto your seat. You go ahead and hold on to that seat as we're going down the boardwalk there because the vikings have done. Maybe not the training wheels back on but I promise you Zimmer is holding onto the back of that seat is not only holding onto that I think what they did. Is he say courage. What are we GONNA do is we're going to the pier and I got a brand new shiny bike for you and when Kurt hurt gets to the peer it's a tandem tandem bike and Gary Kubiak on the back peddling acre. I've been waiting for you. Hop On what you pedal we will be because that's what the Minnesota Vikings are. Oh that's great. I love that all right. Let's get to these. Dj So here wild. Here's the thing here's the thing I want to say about kirk cousins because everyone's gonna take kirk cousins task for the contract and the money or whatever but at the end of the day I don't mind if kirk cousins plays like that if he wins by whatever you paid a quarterback you pay back but if he wins games you're paying him to get your team to win circle and if we can win games with Emily Thorne ten passes says I'm fine with that it is really and I think some people mess this open. We talk about the reason why you want a franchise quarterback. The reason why you want a franchise quarterback isn't because you need him every game. Is I want to have in case. We need them. If everybody else is off now I can. It'll be like okay Kurt. Today's your day. We need you to kind of care. It's we're struggling a little bit with the running game. You pick it up. I got you is not all sixteen games. I want to grind you into the ground is no four five games a year. I need you to be able to put us on your back if it breaks out like that. I think that's a great way to put it. Let's get to this game. You're Texans Saints the end of our talk about all the the defensive structure in in play calling there at the end of the game which was goofy because I think that's probably been discussed ad nauseam on every other show. One thing that makes us our show a little bit different because we're looking at the team building aspect and to me you know. I'm a chance to talk with Scott Satterfield a little later on about colleges and how you build that program a build a team that way but when you look at the saints this is a team that really outside outside too bizarre plays they're in the they're in the super bowl the last two years buck but when you look at how their team is constructed. I think it is Fascinat- I think when you look at at their ability to get after the quarterback quarterback there's still some flaws in his team but their ability to get after the quarterback and their ability to be explosive offensively so to me. I think that's how this team's been build. It's been built with pass rush defensively and then just a lot of explosive plays on offense. I mean they are dynamic on office. They probably wanted to more more dynamic. Teams that we will find enough was interesting about their dynamic abilities. The fact that their quarterback is an agent quarterback Ken necessarily push the ball all the way down to feel but what what they've been able to do is they've been able to take a smart quarterback who's accurate who gets the ball out of his hands put him in a system with. Sean paid where he does a great job again to pieces on the Chessboard Wide Open and then those guys when they get the ball in their hands. They make big things happen. Alvin Kamara to me is phenomenal but just because he controls the game to me. He's the best player on office. He's the guy to me. Controls the board does everything that you want to see and because he's such a a tough match-up when it comes to defend a run or defending him in the passing game he opens up opportunities for others Ito Ninety seven Russia are seventy two receiving ars really gets it done and then it Michael Thomas Micheal. Thomas is just kind of like the dependable pass Catcher to chain. Mover tank catches one hundred twenty three yards. I say he is the new version of what Marques Colston was for them and that's not a slight to him but he is the God that is too big receiver that makes it happening. He wins those match us because he's more physical he just going to bully on the perimeter. Yeah I think they had four guys have a catch over twenty yards so your ability to get some explosive the place in the past game you look at the run game they had gosh with three runs of twenty plus yards in the run game so it's hard even with the veteran like drew brees to to have these long sustained drives you kind of get some chunk place built in there and so you have to have the personnel. You have to have the scheme. You have to have guys that can make things happen. I think they have that offensively and defensively which will get us talking to the Houston Texans here they can get after the pastor. Would they end up with six sacks in this game which I did see. I do want to I do. WanNa say this because I know a lot of people were were saying all this shows that the tunsil thing was dumped trade and Blah Blah Blah. No no this is. That's not what the showed because when you watch this game console played well the one sack that they had off of him to Sean actually kind of drifts in the pocket. He's about eleven yards deep so you gotta have a consistent launch pointed. I wasn't even tonsils fall. He played well. This is the problem that I have book is some coaches even when you have coaches that are now functioning as the general manager uh their reluctance to play young players. There's nothing that would frustrate me more on the personnel side and I love to get your take on this but when you try it out veterans because because they quote unquote know what to do even though they can't do it. They've got young offensive lineman. They picked high in the draft. Throw them out there. Let's let let them let them make their mistakes. Learn grow. At least they have the physical ability to grow into developing to be that guy. You're playing with some guys on that offensive line line that just they've proven that they are they are they aren't good enough. Let the young guys get out there. Take their lumps and develop just that drives me nuts a DJ it it does drive you nuts and I'm in full agreement with you and the and the reason why you should play young players especially early in the year and I don't know how they did it in Baltimore with some teams that you were there but when I was with the Carolina Panthers John Fox always broke the season up in quarters and basically he was let's just go three and one every quarter put you twelve and four and more times than not homefield advantage throughout the playoffs and if you really think about the way this goes if you can just get to the halfway mark at three and five four and four you really set up to make a run down the stretch and so played young guys early because we've seen a New England patriots the first month or so at a season is about finding finding your identity finding who you play are finding who can you can do what and then the last part of the season is kind of really honed in refining the way that you have to play once you figure Aww that identity I think for Bill Ryan. This is a great opportunity early in the year for the young guys out. Let's see what they do. They do it and you still have enough enough time weeks four weeks five weeks six if those young guys are struggling are let's go to the Board Fan. Bring the vets in because I guess weren't ready but you have to put him on the field well because it not only hurts you this year but Hershey next year because next year when you need them to play they haven't played they don't have any seasoning. They don't have any experience. You have to find a way to put those guys on the field so we'll see we'll see what happens with the Texans as they go forward. I do know one thing that quarterback is the real deal and he is so easy to root for because the a toughness that he displays. I love things about Shawn Watson other than the fact that he's just a great dude when you get a chance to spend time with them as you have as well but but the the fact that he is fearless listen back there and the fact that you tell me again about the chest thing because knowing went to attack. This dude is aggressive and he attacks man. I love how aggressive he plays a quarterback position yeah so does. Shawn is one of the guys that has trained with a mega seth what's always talks about his threats and attacks when you play chess the first thing that you do before you even touch apiece. Is You need to overlooked aboard. You need to figure out where the threats are at and how to attack tacked threats and what he's been able to do into..

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