Dakota Dozier. But only because I want him to play so well that he earns the nickname "Double D" so I can hear announcers say things like, "Boy, Double D sure is a handful to handle" and other witticisms.
For me, the wild card is Coples. It's pretty obvious by now that his best position is DE. So does Bowles see Coples as an every down player, or just a rotational guy? If he's an every down DE, does that mean we primarily run a 4-3, and if so, who gets kicked inside to make room for him?
My grandfather was one of those guys who would read college level math textbooks for fun, while multiplying 5 digit numbers in his head. Then, instead of reversing out of his driveway, he'd put the car in drive and crash into the garage door.
This. Sure he's laughing to the bank now. What about in 5 years? What if he never gets a HC job again? Short term thinking. Also, the "increase his stock" talk is laughable. So, he walks away from a HC job to be an OL coach so he can improve his stock to get an HC job? Makes no sense.