But they do.
Type: Posts; User: slipknottin
But they do.
Don't think it's going to happen without JPP.
But sacks only tell half the story anyway. Giants did not get any pressure way too much last season
Like I said earlier, versatility does not neccessarily mean they can play other positions, but that they can fit different roles.
LT for instance was extremely versatile. He lined up all over the...
Im glad, they need to improve there.
did you watch him play in 2013? He was so incredibly bad.
Its not worth the negative attention. Id rather sign Trent Richardson, he ran better than Rice, and he didnt punch out a woman
Yea. But that doesn't tell you why or what was happening.
There are a variety of other reasons that backs can improve dramtically apart from developing vision. I would have to go back and watch...
Honestly, I don't remember Tikis rookie year. What it looked like or what was going wrong.
Andre didn't give himself room. He was impatient and ran into the backs of his own OL before giving any hole a chance to develop. Patience for runners is key. Have to give time for a hole to open,...
Pitt has a pretty good pass blocking line. They aren't anything special run blocking. Bell creates on his own.
Indy has a pretty terrible DL as well.
If you put any of those backs on the...
Rodgers, Ben, and Romo are some of the best in the league at scrambling within the pocket. It's not neccessarily about running (though Rodgers will certainly run if he has an opportunity) but about...
That's what happens when you have a really good running back.
Eagles did the same thing with McCoy. Seahawks do the same thing with lynch. Steelers do the same thing with Bell. Vikings do the same...
It is for Beatty. That was the first 6 years of both of their careers.
Seubert played in the league for ten years total. Beatty this coming season will be his 7th.
If Beatty plays half this...
I believe how he does in practice matters as much as what he does in preseason.
As preseason is really just a formal practice.
Can't really be too upset about preseason games if we think...
It's not only the best backs don't need it. Any good back can create yards on their own. the worse a back is the more dependent they are on their OL creating yards for them.
So if the goal is to...
It means the backs they had weren't very good. Jennings was good early on before he got hurt. Then he just could not run the rest of the year when he came back and Andre is terrible. If you want a...
It's not balanced. It's almost all on the runner.
The worse a back is, the more they depend on the OL to create yards for them
Cowboys have an elite WR stretching the field too.
Notice Murray averaged 5.5 ypc as a rookie when Tyron Smith was a rookie RT, and Fredericks and Martin weren't even on the team.
The leading rusher produced himself. Notice his ypc was the same every year he was there. Even when the Dallas OL stunk. Difference was he stayed healthy and they gave him a crap ton of carries
I'm sure Jomo hates Joe Thomas and Tyron Smith too.
Go compare Zach Martins first preseason at guard.
And I don't have any clue what this "out of position" thing means. LG is his position.
Do you have a point here? Or are you still trying to figure out what versatility means?
Can't put him on the PS if you waived him injured
You really don't understand what versatility means at all.
It doesn't mean you can plug him in anywhere and expect instant greatness lol
Some struggles here and there are to be expected.
And Pugh is also playing guard for the first time in his career. You should expect an occasional screw up. If you want him to be an all pro by his third preseason game at a new position you are going...
Who has a better interior DL?