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Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by GreenandScaly, Sep 7, 2013.
Grier will not be starting over Jeff next year, guys. Get over it.
9 games is a very good year and muschamp deserves a raise, there are talent issues on the team. And driskel for all his physical talent does not have it... At least not yet.
They dont realize how far he will be behind Driskel in a system like this. Grier plays against the little Giants.
I don't think it's that outlandish of a statement to say that Grier is probably a better drop back passer than Jeff is right now. He obviously won't know Pease's playbook like Jeff, and the coaches won't trust him enough to ever consider benching Driskel, unless he is absolutely horribly.
Well half the field about 30% more of the field than he is currently capable of reading. Guy stares down his first read; if it is not there he craps the bed. At least last year he took the sack instead of throwing it away. This year he throws into octuple coverage
He didn't have much a drop off playing against elite defensive players in the Opening.
There is a thing called a pass rush. Jeff won the elite 11
That is not what he has been doing the last two games. He has been going through his progression just too damn slow at times then maybe crapping the bed. He did complete some balls today. They can go to read half the field then run
Guess you don't watch the games huh?
It's Great to be a Florida Gator!
I did watch, and it looked like Driskel has been studying game film with Tim Tebow and perfecting the art of throwing into triple coverage with Doug Johnson.
There wasn't a pass rush when they actually played games? I didn't get to watch.
no it was 7 vs 7 they give you 4 seconds to throw the ball.
but the little giants won!!!!!!!
Hell, even if Grier is the second coming, they will hamstring him with 2 dive plays into the middle of the line, predicitiably unimaginative play calling, and he will be just like what we are currently seeing.
Let Joker and Pease control the offense. Joker knows what he is doing. Even at KY his offense was more adept than Will's attempt at an offense and "philosophy". Let Will continue with the D but hands off on the O. Go back to the Spurrier/Stoops; Meyer/Mattison/Strong concept.
Now, if Will had the 92 Bama defense, then his offensive philosophy might work.
What about the offense was bad besides the TO's in the redzone? They moved the ball yesterday. They went down the field.
And even that's debatable at this point.
I have no idea why. At least the other QB we got that starts with an M (can never remember or spell his last name) had offers from Stanford, Alabama, and Penn State even though he is probably a career backup as well.
That is when it applies most...the red zone. For that matter Derek Dooley was a genius, he could march to the red zone, but failed to convert. TO's are fundamental mistakes especially in that area
Trying to do the same thing repeatedly buy expecting a different result...well
As we were taught....the best laid plans go to hell at the moment of conflict...and thus you must adapt and overcome.
Bill O'Brien told him that he was not playing QB at Penn State and that if he stayed committed he was going to be a safety. His mechanics are bad even though his father is a offensive coordinator in the NFL.