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I looked and, surprisingly, didn't see this posted so I wanted to take the opportunity to share and also ask who you lost/who you have coming back?
We lost quite a bit, but we have pretty solid talent backing it up everywhere except LB, where I have no idea what the hell we're going to do.
We lost our starting LT, 3 WR, 1 RB, 1 C, 3 DL, 2 LB, 2 DB and some role players.
Ouch. Of your massive receiving class, who do you expect to have the most instant impact? Also. will RSJ, Williams and Griffin all get on the field at once? Are you guys pants pissing excited about that thought?! I know I would be!
This post was edited by GoodGator 18 months ago
I mean....I'm seriously still trying to wrap my head around what your offense is going to look like. Is Griffin every bit of 6'7''?
Well Griffin likely wont qualify but here's to hoping.
And not sure about all at the same time, still have 6'5 Mike Evans starting, and also have 6'6 Clear at TE coming in. Could just have 10 blockers for Johnny running... or jump balls in the red zone, or great blocking for running backs. It will be nasty. Who you going to double team?
Most definitely... There have been many threads on here discussing if this is the greatest WR class ever. I'm not sure it's a 100% truth, but it definitely has the potential. I'd say the best actual WR coming in will be Jaquay Williams from Sandy Creek HS. Dude is a straight stud.
Griffin won't qualify barring a miracle, most instant impact aside from WR will probably be at DT with Manning and/or Golden. The only position I'm worried about is LB, hope a couple of our mid-term guys can pick up the defense and learn quickly. I think our offensive line will be fine by the time Bama rolls into town, which means our offense should be fine. Just hope things go the way everyone envisions.
This post was edited by TexAgs4209 18 months ago
Your will to win will define you tomorrow.
Yes, Griffin is a monster. enormous wingspan to go with it.
Of those mentioned, I think JaQuay is the guy who's most ready to step foot on the field. RSJ and Griffin have high ceilings but are still raw. I wouldn't expect all those guys on the field at the same time for a little while.
Thanks for the info, guys! I enjoy it. Upvoted. Another thing, anyone worried about The Phil Knight Phighting Ducks coming after Sumlin with a Nike check?
Not really, no.
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