If we go edge or cb in round 1 I’m going OL with entire rest of the draft.Eh, I’d still go EDGE/Pass-Rusher in the first.
There’s something there with Cam Thomas, but I don’t think I’ll ever see it with Myjai. Need an Alpha there. But if Myjai were to blossom, that would be great.
Now, I’m Center in Round Two & RT with one of our 3rd round picks(or flip them around).
Dortch ran passed the returner, and Hamilton was the other gunner who reacted to the muffed punt but was bodied by two seahawks blockers.Who was the gunner who ran past the punt returner after he'd called for a fair catch so that he was in no position to recover the fumble?
Well the defense knows exactly where to find him. Pocket never moves and if Kyler ever goes under center 99.99% of the time it’s a run.
A 42% pressure rate is absolutely insane. I honestly think that's higher than anything we've seen in Arizona. You can't be successful that way, it's impossible.
Brit, even when people agree with you, you tie yourself up in knots trying to explain how bad Kyler is. We know. The fact is no quarterback can be successful with a pressure rate of 40%+ (Joe burrow last year and maybe the Steelers in their SB win against us are exceptions).Jurecki is wrong. Kyler had a 65% pressure rate in game 1 this year.
Here's the problem. People can't say Kyler was bad because he had a 45% pressure rate when he was equally as bad in the games he had a 9.7% pressure rate (Rams loss) or an 11.1% pressure rate (Eagles loss) or 11.4% pressure rate (First Seahawks loss) or a 17.3% pressure rate (Vikings loss).
He's sucked in every game no matter what the pressure rate has been. In those 4 games above with low pressure he had a YPA of 5.5.
So it's simply no excuse.