Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by candymanfromgc, Jan 2, 2023.
He's still playing out of position...
He’s on their practice squad.
Bears have gotta move on from Fields.
They're gonna waste YEARS of that franchise's life keeping him QB1 (or at QB period to be honest, would love to see him in the slot)
yea he’s not good at all. Granted the play calling could be better at times but he still hasn’t progressed much, if at all, as a passer
Well he went and played at Ohio State in that gimmicky system. Ohio State has not yet produced a good QB in the NFL. Product of their system.
Yet another Ohio State QB that has failed due to their college system.
Technically this is the same issue he already went to court for. Now that the case has been resolved it automatically tiggers the NFL suspension. So timing wise it feels like he's in trouble "again" but it's the same issue that hopefully is behind him and he'll serve his suspension and get back at it (Saints were very aware this would happen)
Tough making a team during year. Just waiting for a team to have injuries at your position. The likelihood of additional concussions once you’ve been out with one for an extended period are much greater. Think how bad ass players were 30 plus years ago. Did not have helmets of today. Got your bell rung and back out playing next series.
Did they not say that about Spurrier qb's?
It has been true of Florida QBs as well. Rex Grossman was most productive of the bunch.
That happens in Pop Warner and in high school all the time. But back in the day we never took time off, becasue there were no concussion protocols for it.
He’s a Falcon
Falcons acquire WR Jefferson in trade with Rams