Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Harry, Apr 7, 2020.
You ever look at these guys? That's not from jumping jacks.
If they are making millions, they could easily install a workout room in their home to keep in shape. Really no excuse for that.
I really hope I’m wrong but I just don’t have a good feeling about this guy. i’ve seen a bunch of tape where he just gets pushed all over the place or just is not in the play at all. I really think his production last year was because of Ed Oliver and the rest of the bills defense. He also seems to think he has arrived, it’s just that other teams haven’t noticed. I am worried that he won’t put in the work needed. “they reaped the benefits” bothers me. You just got paid, seems like you reaped the benefits.
Not enough outside stimulation.
But the truth is, to protect his baby girl all he has to do is stay quarantined. That means he most likely can workout . . . a lot. It’s a baby. It doesn’t take a ton of attention all day. It eats, poops, and sleeps right now. And this guy doesn’t have to worry about getting up and going to a nine to five. He can workout at home. And for those worrying about price gouging, this a dude who just landed $10M/yr. he can afford an overpriced workout set.
Right now, he may just be doing cheeto ups & downs lol? I'm sure all teams will have the same problem to a certain degree.
Was Phillips & Ed Oliver even on the field at the same time much? All the highlights I saw of Phillips was either being on the field without Oliver or being on the sideline cheering while Oliver was playing. Not saying you're wrong, just what I observed from his mix tape when we signed him.
Ed Oliver - #1 pick - they split snaps almost evenly.
That is correct. Ed Oliver (54% of snaps) and Jordan Phillips (52%) pretty much alternated at the same position.
I watched several games after we got Phillips. Two totally different style of players...I would much rather have Oliver. He is going to be very good.
This. The way he worded I don't believe he is exercising in any way, shape, or form...That comment was a huge red flag (plus the camera angle that was making him look extra doughy wasn't helping)
Well come on it is April not June, so he's got plenty of time to get into playing shape.
I bowled 300 twice before I was 18 (back in the '70s when it was actually difficult) and also 299 once. It's excruciatingly disappointing to get that close and fail.
I bowled my first 300 at 16. 40 lanes of junior leagues all bowling at once. Word got around that I was close, and the entire joint stopped to watch my 3 strikes in the 10th frame. You could hear a pin drop. Talk about pressure! Somehow I finished it out. Still have the oxidizing trophy from 1973 on my bookcase.
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