ballah09 wrote: ↑May 9th, 2021, 9:36 amThere is a difference between ran and runs.
JK37 wrote: ↑May 9th, 2021, 12:56 amI agree. One big hit away even in college. Kyler Murray is best I have seen on not taking a big hit. Not sure how you teach it.
He’s good from 0-20 yards (aka, the Red Zone) precisely because he doesn’t have to breakaway or finish a longer run. Plus he almost always makes the first guy miss. He’s elusive and shifty. And strong.
He takes on contact too much IMO. Those guys in the NFL hit harder than he’s ever been hit. He leaves himself wide open to it. Makes me cringe often.
So he can keep a play alive. But eventually he has to throw the ball.
I think he’s an exceptional college QB who will have a limited pro career. So, yeah, I guess I agree with you. He’ll make some $$.
He’s Pat White. He’s one big NFL hit away from being finished. And I suppose they all are. But he takes those hits on way too much. It’s the curse of his competitiveness. What makes him great is going to get him killed. How do you change that?
Kricket wrote: ↑May 22nd, 2021, 8:10 am The buzz around Willis right now is crazy. I know people are worried about the hype getting in a player's head, but If I were him I feel like it would motivate me to work even harder, knowing that if I do I have a great shot at being a first round pick.I’d feel like it was vindication after being cast aside by Auburn. He’s put in the work. Can’t see him stopping now
At the same time perhaps the pressure gets to a young athlete of having to perform to not screw it up. My guess is Malik will handle it well.
https://www.actionnetwork.com/nfl/malik ... ofile-2022
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