Donte says in practice no one can move him for what that’s worth
@firenze5 problem is...he cannot move himself
Couldn't hurt. Our DL gets run over by everyone we have faced thus far. Throw every fat ass you can out there and let the LB's (who also suck) clean up.
My kingdom for a real coaching staff
Firenze you’re exaggerating a little on those numbers but regardless he’s a big guy for sure. He is also about 75 lbs overweight.
@rwc1952 I used the numbers on the press release . I have no idea what he weighs but the if it’s less than 390 that is good. Hopefully he is down to around 330 which for 6’7” wouldn’t be bad. I have noooo idea how he will play or how many plays if any. but hope
springs eternal. However if I was his mom I would hate have the grocery bill. How many double doubles with fries does he order? LOL
OSU: 5 TDs on 5 consecutive possessions. The definition of total incompetence.
Sounds like he will clog up his D as well though if the play goes to the outside.
@DayStalker players switch positions all time for both their and the teams betterment
@firenze5 I agree, but that is usually, if not always, done in the offseason so as not to disparage the guys on the field and to actually get the player some reps and coaching. I think that this is a little early to call it an "emergency" situation and bring a guy in like that. I guess it's all good unless the guy F's up.
@DayStalker Yeah, that's a good point about it being done in the offseason. I suppose doing it during the season could induce an "Oh, shit, we're fucked!" type of feeling amongst the team.
For instance, do you remember when Dorrell took one of his shitty offensive linemen and turned him into a shitty defensive lineman? I can't remember the kid's name, but he was Russian I think, some kind of orthodox kid who could only eat kosher food. Anyway, you never want to turn an OL into a DL -- the other way around often works, but dedicated OL hardly ever made impact DL if you switch them. And when they decided to do this with Ivan (or whatever the fuck his name was), I thought, "Oh, shit, we're fucked!", so I'm guessing the team must've thought the same -- or worse.
I also remember Ivan got sent home early from the Vegas Bowl because he got shitfaced and threw up on Dorrell's shoes. At least, that's the story I was told. I guess it was kosher booze he drank.
This is good coaching. Tinker & tweak until you get it fixed!!