I totally agree and the difference is stunning. I'm not sure if he needs a couple of extra yards to get a head of steam or if there's something else at play but he almost feels like a different player.
I get sick of the excuses we hear from some coaches, "When don't have the players to take chances."
Teams with huge holes should take more risks. Nothing is more tedious than watching a team that can't get pressure with 4 refuse to blitz.
I've been a fan of the guy since his freshman year at South Carolina. He's a dynamic player and could be used in a myriad of ways. Hell, in High School we was a QB and we could bring him in on some wild cat looks and he could contribute there.
This. He's going to throw a lot of picks in the NFL.
I didn't watch a lot of his final year but I felt like he regressed his sophomore season. He trusted his arm too much and tried to squeeze passes into tighter windows than he should've.
I'm biased because I'm a South Carolina fan. I will say that during the season broadcasters often referred to him as either 1) the best tackle in the SEC or 2) the best defensive player in the SEC.
Truthfully, outside of Simmons there's no one I really want to take at 8. Lamb and Jeudy have the...