Because people see WRs make plays in preseason games and feel they're going to be as good when the real games start. But there's a reason guys are drafted and usually the darkhorse guys aren't as good as they look in camp. There are a lot of receivers all over the NFL who look good in camp, but to be on a roster and actually play, you have to be pretty special.
He is the epitome of Mr. August. Happy to hear it.
I think instead of flickering the lights here, they should drop yellow flags out of the sky because that would be pretty consistent with the scene here tonight.
We're up to 15 penalties (not including declined ones) between both teams.
It's got some mid-level talent. I've been impressed with Jenkins and Keke. Hollman might have potential. But it's going to come down to Gary and Savage and right now the jury is very much out on both of them.
Chiefs are in the end zone by the way. If they kick this extra point, we're in danger of overtime.
Hey, thanks. Nice of you to say.
He was in pads, but I'm guessing they just wanted him to go through warmups after missing a day of practice due to that neck injury.
Not a ton of plays made. He's definitely going to need time to find himself in the Packers defense. Playing safety is not easy. His speed will help him overcome some things, but it will take time for him to play without thinking too much.
They should be. Whoever thought that was a good idea was nuts.
That does not help Shepherd at all. Coughs up the ball on the kickoff return.
Can't do that. As I said, Shepherd hasn't made enough big plays to really lock up a spot on the roster. Lazard has been better.
James Folston, the recent OLB pickup, gets himself a sack.