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Finally having time to listen to the podcast.
Injuries:To my knowledge strength and conditioning do have influence on ligament injuries. The muscles around the ligaments help stabilize the ligaments and minimize the risk of strains and tears. (At least that was what I/my team was told during my volleyball years)
Luck's lack of running: I'm not opposed to tempararily take the runs away as part of his learning and improvement plan to force him to look for the pass. As long as the runs get back at some point.
Actually, it's kind of funny how many years of high draft picks it took Houston to even get to the playoffs. Oh, AFC South.
The Jaguars need to KEEP GENE SMITH FOREVER.
We need them to remain horribly managed. Somebody start talking up Gene Smith. Get him some buzz.
Here's the exact article since you wanted me to be specific.
On the other hand, there was that article that showed how by and large, teams seemed to like to make the mistake of keeping a highly drafted QB too long and finding out too late their investment was never going to pay off than cut them early out of fear they just didn't give him enough of a chance...so Gabbert will likely stay...
Save his body for gene therapy for injured Colts players who always take 4x as long to recover from their injuries as expected?
Brady said before the game, he wanted to turn the Seahawks' crowd against them. He said he loves it when he hears 70,000 fans booing their own players.
Give Luck some freaking CHECK DOWN ROUTES. The offense is all vertical, all deep drops, all the time. He needs more TE's over the middle and RB's in the flat. They're setting him up for sacks, like Arians used to do to Ben Rothlescheeseburger.
Man, I wish I could be paid $700k to wander aimlessly on a football field every Sunday for a few hours.
they brought him in because he knows the system, and he looks lost. I saw him start a play with his back to the line of scrimmage at the snap because he was lined up in the wrong place.
ZBo defended a pass in the endzone that was a GB 2 point conversion attempt. That may have been his only decent play of the year.
Keep in mind, Francisco was awesome on special teams in Arizona, but he was a cardboard cutout of a football player as a starting SS.
Also, the alliteration in Damnit Donald is far superior to any phrase you can come up with for Jerry Hughes.
What, but we need to let Barkley learn from Luck and be groomed to be our QB of the future, right???