Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by DCCowboys11, Mar 14, 2019.
Thought he would have been a decent pick up and upgrade over Heath at SS.
Don’t need him. We got Witten.
1. Heath isn't as bad as everyone claims
2. Why is this safety going on his 3rd team in the same amount of years?
3. If the skins didn't want him, no thanks
I am going to laugh when they roll out Heath as a starting S again.
It’s amazing how little value they put in the S position.
Heath is a bottom of the rung starting S.
Im guessing we're huntin' our next S in the draft.
2 different teams let him walk in the last 6 months. He wouldn't have been an upgrade over what we have. No thanks.
He’s better than Heath.
My god people.
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Laugh like Ha Ha?
Wow. There has to be some hidden red flags on him.
Not sure what games some of you have been watching if you think Heath is not bad. He shouldnt be starting for an AAF team.
I just want somebody back there who can cover, won’t miss so many tackles, and can help get CJ Anderson on the ground. Judging by the last playoff game we played,#38 is not that guy.
He always played FS in GB...
21 tackles missed by Heath last year.
But he’s “not bad”.
Ha Ha. Pun intended.
He was terrible last year in Washington.
If the Skins let him walk for that money? Shows you all you need to know.
Is just a name now.
I agree, our front 7 in that game was the worst I've seen of them all year. Them getting manhandled like that pretty much is keeping me in doubt until we play another team that punches back. Absolutely pathetic play by LVE, Smith, our line, Heath and every other defender, but Heath does not get frontloaded the blame for that game as he's a "safety net".