Uncle Rob

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At this point, the teams in the running for Trevor are: Falcons, Vikings, Washington, Giants, Jets, Chargers, Bengals, Texans, and Jaguars. The Falcons, Vikings, Chargers, Bengals, and Texans have decent QBs. That leaves the two NY teams, Washington, and the Jags. I would rather play in New York than for either Washington or the Jaguars.
I can already hear Bill Murray doing the Cinderella Story bit from Caddy Shack before the Cocktail party as CBS flashes highlights back and forth between Bennett and Trask.
Georgia's offense is basically a ground up rebuild. They have talented players but they are all raw. If Smart can get a good season out of this offense, he will really have earned his pay.
To be honest, Joe Burrow torched everybody, so there's that. WE need someone with a nose for the football to step up.
When writers predict what play will win a game, I know they're full of it.
Herd immunity is a pipe dream. There are 4.4m documented cases in the US. Assuming that there is 10x that including undocumented and you have 44m. There are roughly 330m people in the country and you need to reach about 80% for herd immunity,or 264m. Our current documented infection rate is 66k per day, so assume total of 660k cases per day total. 264m divided by 660k equals 400 days minimum.
Put all the team names in a hat. In reverse alphabetical order, draw ten names. If the Vanderbilt picked Texas A&M, then Texas A&M picks nine, otherwise they pick ten. Once your schedule is full, your name gets removed from the hat. Fairest way to do it. University does not count as part of name.
I think Felipe hurt his knee against Michigan in the 2018 bowl game. If you watched him get up after being hit last year, he really seemed to be hurting. I hope he is all healed up and is able to play to the best of his abilities.
Trask can't be #1!!!!! You didn't use 5 exclamation points!!!!!
Spencer Rattler has thrown 11 passes and Myles Brennan has throw 70 in college football games. They both may end up being great players, but it is ludicrous to rank them in the 10 ten for the Heisman at this point. Fools and their money are soon parted.
You have 6 from Alabama and 17 from the SEC in the first 32 picks. Neither one of these is going to happen.
If the Falcons haven't retired it, it's up for grabs as far as I'm concerned. Let's face it, Sander's pro play never matched the hype.
I like the change of possession idea. Easier than having to keep an eye on the clock. Should only apply if the training staff comes onto the field. Give an injured player a little time to get to the sidelines (maybe 15-20 seconds) without a penalty.
Being a backup in the NFL is not a bad gig. The money is good and the chance of injury is greatly reduced. If you can manage 5+ years as an NFL backup, you are set for life financially and you might not be a physical wreck when you're 60.
Those who think that Emery Jones can't throw are in for a rude awakening. If Trask had not played so well last year, Emory would be the presumed starter. He has more physical skills than Trask, and may have a higher ceiling. What Trask brings is a quick release, great accuracy, and the ability to read the defense before the snap. He improved at avoiding sacks as the year went on
How Jonathan Greenard is not on this list is beyond me. 52 tackles, including 15.5 TFL and 9.5 sacks, three forced fumbles, recorded an interceptions, and had four more pass breakups. The guy is a beastand will tear it up on Sunday.
Franks looked really good at the end of last year and was in a leadership role for the team. Unfortunately, it did not seem to carry over to this year.
I worry about how Florida is going to respond to the cold. The forecast is for 43F at kickoff, which is colder than it has been in Gainseville at any point this fall. If Trask can throw it and the receivers can catch it, Florida should be ok.
If Florida can protect the ball, I see them scoring 28+ points. I don't think Georgia can cover three Florida wide outs and Pitts with Perine coming out of the backfield as a safety valve. Somebody is going to be open and Trask has been good at finding them. Florida may not be able to run the ball much but those little swing passes work like a running game. The real question is can Florida contain Georgia's running game?
I would love to see them play this week, but if they are less than 75%, we are better off resting them and playing the backups. They really need to be ready against Georgia. I would probably start the backups regardless and see how they do.
It's because South Carolina is in the East. If Florida beats everyone in the East, even with this loss, they win the East. The conference rankings go by, overall conference wins, wins in your division, then head to head.
I'll buy your 400 yards passing for Burrow. 100 of it is to Florida Defensive Backs. Chomp!
I think this game is going to come down to Burrow versus the Florida pass rush. If they can get to him or at least rattle him, the secondary will feast.
I would like the SEC to add one more rotating cross conference game and drop one of the scrub games.
In the first series, Williams was taking two steps and firing the ball, and it was working. After that he tried to setup in the pocket, but there was no pocket. Enos should have given him plays were he could get rid of the ball in three steps or less. I don't know how making a public statement like this is going to help. If the kid is getting a big head, deflate it in private or at practice. You got to coach them up. That's your job.
Miami's front seven is pretty good and controlled the run, but they only had 1 sack for the game. I'll take that and a win from a relatively untested offensive line. Florida turned it over 4 times, gave up a 4th and 34 on a PI, and still won. I'd rather have that then get outplayed.
The ball to Hammond was 45 yards through the air. There are a lot of P5 quarterbacks that would have to rainbow a ball to get it that far. One of them is named Fromm.