Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by CalPolyTechnique, Aug 8, 2022.
Jaylon and Garrett
What a great GM we have
Etc, etc, etc
The Cowboys can blow an early-round pick in catastrophic fashion.
Unless you think guaranteeing nearly a quarter billion dollars to a QB who...
I think you know what I'm talking about.
When you're on 3 different teams all over a single season you're likely nearing the end of your career.
I said he was done when we let him go. Green Bay kicked the tires for what, three weeks?
He's smart and if he saved his money will never need to "work" again.
They like to do this when they look bad. Pretend you must have thought that way too. Everybody did at the time.
I most definitely did never said I didn't, but I'm not acting like all of a sudden I knew he would be out the league.
Garrett could build an offense, he just didn’t know a damn thing about the defense.
That certainly may have helped, but he actually played well, too.
I think this is unfair revisionist history. Jaylon was playing well during that time. It's a bit different when players who've made a bunch of Pro Bowls get selected based on their past success. Smith made it because he deserved it at the time. Now, he doesn't deserve to be on a team, so he's not.
That's diabolical Big E!!
You know it's bad when you can make Godzilla laugh...
Dude made $30 mil off the Cowboys... lol
Sign him, Jerry!
Probably because Jaylon Smith still can't run, and he never will be able to again.
If he deserved to be in the Pro Bowl..then that blocking sled deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.
This is the NFL. You have to consider the guys in that lockeroom and the coaches. ALL of them could see this guy in the film room. You would lose all credibility if you continued the clown show that was Jaylon Smith. Which is why Quinn (who had no ties to him and I am pretty sure told Jerry that if you want my defense to work, you have to get Jaylon off the field and out of the building). I've watched the tape. It is some of the most jaw dropping tape I have ever seen. And not in a good way. Every game he looked as if he had just started playing football that day. He simply was just running around out there. Showing up to piles and diving on top of them. Occasionally he would jump on a ball carriers back after he was 7+ yards down the field.
I said it back then. I said he would never make it out of another teams training camp. Little did I know he it would be true because he would never be invited!!!!!!!
I get it, some guys don't pan out. It happens. But when you cannot play at all, that is just embarrassing. Especially from a Hall of Fame GM
Looking at this list, Gavin Escobar really jumps out at me. How on earth does this happen? And lest we forget the tight end from LSU that Jerry got for Troy. Don't remember the full story, but the "workout" or "process" we applied in making that decision, I just remember being dumfounded when I heard how we chose him.
Why is this even posted to responded to. Does not affect us at all.