No, if he does not make the team it will have nothing to do with the fact that he busts his ass trying to get better. From all accounts he goes above and beyond to get better, but that's the whole point, he's not good enough to be a pro WR by what he as shown so far, even with all his effort which is telling. This is not about how hard he works or if he's a great guy, it is about being a quality WR or rather just a pro WR. If he was not a second pick, the reality I think would sink in for most people. His presence might keep us from fully realizing the potential of guys like KeeSean and JoJo Ward due to Isabella's draft status and the front office's pride
Yea I don’t believe most of the hype in training camp. But it is nice to hear when a guys looking good. But I’m not about to do a backflip.Who says they have to be negative? They could do something that involves some effort rather than lazy articles about how after one day AJ Green, who is a 10 year yet, multi 1000 yard receiver looks good in shorts.
In other news the sky is Blue.
he is straight line fastThe biggest indictment of Isabella for me is how poor he is on ST's.
A guy that runs mid 4.3s and is solidly built like AI should be superb returner but he's anything but. Which speaks to his vision and processing.
Moore is a stud and the ideal kind of WR needed to fill aspects of Kingsbury's spread approach but the question is if the spread offense can work consistently or rather in a playoff formatOh BABY! So far Moore has been everything that I hoped for. Can't wait to see what this kid can do in a real game!!!