Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by MrMom, Mar 20, 2017.
I agree with all of this
agreed on Wilcox, sure he could lay the wood but too much of a liability in coverage
So SI's reporting (as well as other sports news sites) is dead...I mean, you work for SI, write a freaking article, even if a short 1/4 page or 1/2 page type thing...instead tweeting 5 different things....
Church is the loss. Funny that we all kind of wanted him gone after 2015. FYI, Dallas went 4-0 w/o Church and Claiborne last year.
Strongly disagree about the 4 out of 5 lineman thing being the most physically gifted in the league.
Quick example, Greg Robinson will likely play LG next year in LA and his physical ability is unreal.
Frederick and Martin aren't all that physically gifted, either.
But that’s okay, because we DO arguably have the best LT, C, and RG in the league.
Other hot takes from Mr. Benoit:
Actually, the Dolphins released Earl Mitchell and he signed with the 49ers.
I mean Leary probably has the easiest job in the NFL playing in between Fred and Ty. Reshad Jones is one of the best in the league. The other thing seems like a simple mistake. What are you trying to say here?
I don't think he is necessarily very credible. That nonsense about Leary is amusing, just as his comments about Collins are a little over the top.
And I am sorry, I don't have much respect for a media personality that supposedly prides himself on being on top of free agency getting the Mitchell thing wrong. It was not like he got lost in the wash, he was completely released and was never a free agent to begin with.
What "growth" has Carroll shown the last two seasons? He was dreadful last year.
This reads like a homer here wrote this:
- Carroll is good
- Leary not so good, not a big loss
- Collins is a stud, most talented kid at his position in the league
- Jones is so good he makes it easier for the Cowboys to plug any schmuck in
Carroll peaked two years ago.
Leary is not athletic and did play between two perennial APs. Seems like your anxious to poor cold water.
I agree. Leary is a solid player but he will no longer have the benefit of playing with two All-Pros. He will hold his own but he will not be the missing/saving piece to a subpar o-line. They will need to add more pieces for Leary to have an impact.
Who is this frenchy?
i too.... So glad we rebuilding this defense!!!
Believe he used to pitch for the Rangers.
Overall pretty good observations but this one:
Is a home run!!!!!
Everything we do is magic!!!!
Thus all of the dominance the last 21 years.