to will0637: How is AJ a bust exactly? How many 5th round draft pick QBs stay in the league longer than their rookie contract? AJ is still in the league (7 years in) and is a serviceable backup. I know that's not too much, but what would you expect out of your average 5th round pick?
Jared Mayden hated playing Tennessee more than any other SEC team, references program’s ‘nasty, pumpkin throw up orange’
*puke inside a pumpkin orange*
Here's what the CDC says. If they are 80 or older, and get the coronavirus, they have a roughly 15% chance of dying (conservative estimate). 60 or older drops down to about 8% (again, a conservative estimate). The death rate of this disease is much higher than the flu
Don't knock it til you try it
I love Jalen as much as anyone. Come on now
I hate to admit it (for Tua's sake), but you may be right. Burrow's awareness in the pocket and ability to extend plays is what sets him apart from Tua.
Can't tell if you understood Chaisson's meaning or not. Well played.
Pump the brakes on the Tua Tagovailoa hype? Dolphins reportedly not sold on former Alabama quarterback
I agree, which is why I wouldn't draft Herbert in the first round
According to the article, Trent Richardson averaged 27.52 yards per carry that year.
Derrick Henry looking to become the NFL’s highest-paid running back? Titans star talks pending free agency
He won't get that kind of money. He isn't a jump cut runner, which is what the majority of the offensive lines in the nfl are built for. He doesn't have a quick burst, but is a downhill runner. There are only a few teams that could actually use him effectively. I see him back at the Titans with a healthy pay increase, but a top ten back contract, not Zeke money. I see 8-10 million a year, not 15. And I'm a HUGE Derrick Henry fan. He is in my top 5 all-time favorite players.
Should Joe Burrow be concerned? Carson Palmer believes Cincinnati Bengals leadership not committed to winning Super Bowl
Carson. 2002 Heisman winning QB at USC. It is understandable that he flew under some radars being west coast.
I still want the guy to succeed honestly
SEC Basketball Power Rankings: SEC ties Big 12 in annual challenge, Alabama continues to rise and more
Bama has been playing well lately. #4 is a little high tho
"Had Tagovailoa played out his junior year at 100%, odds are that he still wouldn’t have been picked ahead of Burrow or Chase Young, both of whom had overwhelmingly impressive seasons to boost their respective draft stocks. Burrow and Young were better players than healthy Tagovailoa." Don't say that like it's fact.
Great dude, great ambassador. I hope he ends up in a situation where he can develop and has a great career
Hard to argue with that. I think the Taysom Hill comparison is a bit off, too, as Hill has higher top end speed, runs harder, and has a better arm. He certainly is a dynamic player, and I think worthy of a roster spot at least for a couple of years as a project, but I have a hard time seeing the fit. I hope he proves me wrong, though.
That dude is hungry for success and I am happy for him. Hope he can fall to my Vikings!
It's got to be pronounced as DUH-MON, right?
Only thing I would change is Pruitt, not Smart
Add in the fact that Alabama is his alma mater
Who is Rebuen Foster? Hire me as an editor
Tight Ends coach. Feel like I just put in as much time on the article as Mike did.
Missing Kirby, yes, but mainly Pruitt. Those Pruitt defenses were nasty
Oooh, I would love it. Saban has started the true freshman before with Hurts. With that said, he will go with Mike McCorckle Jones.
Die hard fan here. Love Jalen, and what he did for the Tide, but you really think I'll root Oklahoma over an SEC school? Ha.
Nick takes kicking seriously at this point. Our highly recruited freshman kicker (#1 kicking recruit in 2019) has been hurt all season.
Preach. Been saying this for two years now.
Every point you made is literally a conjecture. You can't provide proof of one thing that you just said.