OBJ hands are just huge and he's able to make difficult catches look easy. With that said, Devin Smith is a fundamentally sound WR when you really look at his game. One thing that he's excellent at is getting his hands up at the last moment to make a catch, giving a DB little to no time to react to the ball when the DB is playing him and not the ball. A guy who became a legend based on this ability, outside of his freakish athleticism? Randy Moss. And because of this ability Smith will ultimately be one of the best deep threats in the game imo.
That's alot of hindsight which we didnt know when we cut him. It was a stupid cut still given that our return guys were pretty sh*tty anyway. Then again, we dont develop players. Now that he's back in our division I guess we'll see about that. If he does develop I'll make sure to revisit this with some hindsight of my own.
Doubt he'll be called. Winslow and Cro were talking smack back and forth and Cro got the best of that exchange and it seems like feelings were hurt. Dont need people getting punched out in the locker room again.
I didnt take it any particular way at all. I appreciate the convo. My football love and continuous talk of "That guy" bothers some people here as you can see lol, though I know Jetsfan80 was busting my chops as well. No need to apologize 24, its all good bro.
If you say so. lol. Anyway, I hear you though. Next time im in a thread and I keep in on topic and someone responds to me with the mention of Glennon (given thats what happened), I'll remember that you're walking the halls with a "measuring stick". That will definitely keep me in check.
Why do interneters immediately jump to homosexuality to show their displeasure? Its gay, you know that right? lol. Besides, he made a comment and I responded. I didnt start anything or continue it afterward. Relax or create another thread for me to highjack, I mean for you to participate in
Cosell: Glennon 'far more advanced than RG3 playing NFL QB' By Ryan Wilson | CBSSports.com November 21, 2013 8:31 pm ET
After a banner rookie season, RG3 now is not even in the same league as Mike Glennon. (USATSI)In a season full of tough weeks, this last one has been among the toughest for Redskinssecond-year quarterback Robert Griffin III. It started Sunday with this inexplicable interception against the Eagles:
A throw Griffin would later explain what a consequence of his receivers not being able to get open. (Funny story: Turns out, RG3 reportedly called the wrong pass protection on the play.) And now, a year after Griffin led the Redskins to seven straight wins and a division title, there's already talk did the organization gave up way too much to draft him at April 2012 Design. On Thursday, NFL Films' Greg Cosell, who probably watches more game film than anyone not employed by at NFL team, said that Buccaneers rookie Mike Glennon, who ReplacedJosh Freeman in Week 4, is already in his Farther Along development than Griffin. "Mike Glennon is so far more advanced than RG3 playing NFL quarterback That it's not even close," Cosell Said during at appearance on 98.7 The Fan in Tampa Bay. "They Should not even be in the same discussion." What Cosell lake on film matches up with Football Outsiders' advanced metrics. FO ranks 15th in Glennon totalValue among all quarterbacks; RG3 is 29th, just ahead of Matt Schauband Christian Ponder. Interceptions in seven starts, Glennon has thrown for over 1,500 yards, with 11 touchdowns and just. 4 Griffin, meanwhile, has made 10 starts, thrown for 2,714 yards with 14 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. He's so rushed for 345 yards on 66 Attempts (5.2 YPC). "I think they (the Bucs) are getting really quality quarterback play from Mike Glennon, who is without question the best rookie quarterback in this class," Cosell continued. ... "When your quarterback makes difficult anticipation throws, everything about your offense Tends to look better." And When your quarterback heaves to off-balance-arm punt into the end zone that's intercepted, the offense Tends to look noticeably worse. Topic: Christian Ponder, Josh Freeman, Matt Schaub, Mike Glennon, Robert Griffin III, RyanWilson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Redskins, NFL