I guess it's possible. Especially with Romo out of the picture. Not sure if his running style is a fit with the Texans offense. Wondering if Cutler might be a better fit.
I do remember when Kroenke made a pitch for the Dodgers. Didn't know that was part of the reason why he lost out. To my knowledge, that's the only time Kroenke has been rebuffed in trying to buy a franchise.
Well, they did get a first-rounder for him. Albeit the last pick of the first round. They also, in effect, move up eight slots in the draft from 116 to 108, by trading their early fourth-round pick for New England's late third-rounder. At face value it doesn't make a lot of sense. But Cooks was complaining about not getting the ball enough. And I think a part of the Saints' mindset is that the receiving positions are pretty interchangeable in that offense. Brees seems to be one of those rare quarterbacks who can make everyone around him better.
Yeah, but still there's something to be said for continuity. The Patriots have a plan. They know what they want, which players fit their system. And they aren't afraid off cutting somebody loose if the price _ in their opinion _ gets out of whack. Of course, when you have one of the greatest QBs of all time in Brady, it makes everything else easier.
There was a small group of Raiders fans present _ they were actually pro-Las Vegas _ who were politely escorted from the premises on Monday of the meetings. They were allowed to stand outside, just off the hotel's property grounds. Also, there are certain areas that are roped off to keep the media out, areas that weren't roped off in years past.
If you build the stadium, and provide tons of public money, yeah, I could see it. The Mars Maroons take the field. . . . . .
They need to add another. No doubt.
If you've been paying attention, and I think you can, you can see that we've been gradually weaning ourselves of Rams coverage. Now there's still some Rams interest, so we'll continue to do some Rams stuff, but again, I think you can tell there's not nearly as much as even last year at this time. We did spread our coverage around last season _ I think I covered 6 Chiefs games, 3 Colts, 1 Titans, and 1 Cowboys game, and I anticipate momre of the same.
Sorry to hear that. I've always been a fan of your, ever since I saw you do that standing backflip. While I was at the NFL Scouting Combine, and shortly thereafter, I heard some other Rams employees formerly in the StL felt the same way.
If the recent group of relocations showed anything, it's that the relocation guidelines were a sham. Not worth the ink or cyberspace they were printed on. That was especially true in the case of St. Louis, where once Kroenke found that land in Inglewood he had absolutely no interest in staying here. Like many St. Louisans I think I was guilty of thinking the league would actually put some stock in the guidelines. Man, was I wrong.
Quick aside. Where's Dr. J this week? You know, you weren't banished for life last week just because you thought the mayor of Oakland was good-looking.
Not really sure what the team's plans are at center. It could end up being Andrew Donnal.
Johnny the K! One of the true legends _ and all-time characters _ of Rams Park. Send him my best. (Knetzer was in charge of building maintenance at the Park.)
Sure they can see what's going on. But for the most part, California excluded, they keep doing it. They want to be in the club. Or in the case of Minnesota, Atlanta, etc., stay in the club.
I think your skepticism is well-founded. And it's nice to have more offensive savvy and quarterback savvy coaches around him. But you still need players. Skill players. Difference makers.
As far as I know, he's on track to be good to go in 2017. I think he's even following a regular offseason routine now.
Well, for a guy who wasn't a good businessman he came out of this one smelling like a rose. I'm not sure if the Davis family has anything resembling business interests outside of the football team.
In our first Post-Dispatch mock draft, which came out March 26, I had him going to Cleveland at No. 12 overall. I think Watson is a true wild-card in this draft. There are some that don't like him as a pocket passer. But it's difficult to overlook what he accomplished in college, including of course, how well he performed in the biggest of games. His media interview at the NFL Scouting Combine was very impressive. I don't think he goes ahead of Trubisky, but after that all bets are off. We have another mock draft coming out this Sunday by the way
To me, Cutler makes the most sense there.
It's strange to see someone going from the playing field right to the No. 1 overall analyst spot at CBS. I would think CBS has some indication that he'd do well in that role. I run kind of hot and cold on Simms, but I do see a lot of complaints about him on social media during the season for what that's worth.