Greetings everyone. Welcome to wintry wonderland at Lambeau Field. The snow is light, but boy is it whipping around inside the stadium. Winds are going to be a factor, although I think the cold won't be a big deal.
Definitely something to think about, but I think you have to judge him on his own selections and I'd say his first class is shaping up to be pretty good.
No, I think they did the right thing. They were under a lot of pressure to make him happy and the investment definitely looked good at the time. You figure you'll get at least three or four more good years out of him. I don't think this season is decline in talent as much as injury and a desire to play like he usually does when he physically can't
I would think you'd be better off running the ball than throwing it. The wind is strong. The field looks pretty good. Seems like a game where both teams will strap it up and run the ball.
Given the option to choose, I'd go with Jones.
I nearly rolled an ankle on the way to the coffee urn, but you'll be happy to know I taped it up and am ready to go.
Geez, why would I want to put myself through the abuse of being a head coach when I can put myself through the abuse of hosting this blog???
Matthews, probably, Perry, no.
They put them through workouts. Sometimes a 40 is done, other times it's just running the guy through football drills to see if he's in shape.
I think so. I think he's mostly for special teams, but I have a feeling they want to run with a fullback more often in short yardage. Plus, they can play Kendricks more at TE in place of Graham.
I'm thinking Tramon Williams or Josh Jackson.
Active and expected to start.
Yeah, good point. Lose and McCarthy is done. Win, and gain some confidence for next week. That's how the final five weeks are going to have to go.
Not good based on what I know right now.
Good question. Most college teams play with one back. But it shouldn't be an adjustment. It's just like playing with an extra OL. You're either playing off his or a lineman's block regardless.
Hope you and your family were unharmed.