Bad punt = returnable punt. Coverage is bad, but the poor punting and lack of consistent directional kicks means they have to cover the entire field both long and short and right, middle and left. A consistent punter pins the returner outside the hash and limits the amount of field the coverage team needs to defend.
By the way, saying she was "charged" is a bit misleading. "Cited" is more accurate. As in received citations. This article is about a lady who got two tickets. No arrest. Nothing else. Just a slow news day.
The nfl has changed. Guards are becoming more important than centers and tackles due to the more complex blocking schemes. The guards are often covered and yet account for most of the pulling and downfield blocking. With the disappearance of the nose guard, they are often handling the biggest bodies our there. It's not a position to ignore any longer.
this sums up my feeling on Gailey. He's robotic in his play calling. His ability to adjust his scheme and tempo is lacking. The lack of urgency in the 4th quarter falls squarely on him. His play selection late in the game was completely counter to the situation of being down multiple scores with time running out. The fact that the offense was methodical and unhurried to boot is Chans failure and I don't see how that can be argued
sanchez was the starter. Geno was a raw rookie and looked awful in the preseason. Rex did sanchez a favor in the end. There was no offensive talent on that team whatsoever. Geno suffered from that all season
those guys kill me. Questioning if namath deserves the hall of fame. Joe is the absolute most important player the league has ever had. He doubled tv viewership brought women into fandom, gave legitimacy to the AFL and caused an explosion of ticket sales throughout the league. The Beatles couldn't wait to meet him for cripes sake. He transcended the buzz cut football hero and through movies and TV and papers and magazines and high profile friends and constant attention, he made the league interesting to millions who'd rather watch baseball. It's not the hall of stats. It's the hall of fame. I'd argue that if you were to empty out the hall and start from scratch, namath should be the first inductee. No one playet has done more for the NFL period.
kelly obviously thought that his quick-strike approach meant he didn't need pricey guards, just weapons and hold the fort OL. Funny how arrogant he was in assuming the standard model was beneath him. Demarco Murray must be a broken man right now.
Harris is a perennial top performer. Leads the team in tackles every year. High sack numbers every year. A true performer, quietly and in a dominant manner every year. And the target of this board every time his contract is mentioned. Harris is a member of the the Jets stalwart. Harris, mangold, brick, Revis , and everyone else.
Everyone looks at the Stat lines and his ranking from last year and thinks he's good. He had a high average because he punted a lot from our own end since our offense was terrible. Meaning he just blasted away as opposed to dropping shorter punts inside the 20. Quigley is very 8nconsisrent and isn't proficient at killing punts in the corners or backing teams up deep in their end. Weatherford was very good at those things.