|04/17/2018 - 10:49pm||Reminds me of Titus Young.||
Reminds me of Titus Young.
|04/09/2018 - 7:27am||Was already rethinking my own||
Was already rethinking my own Pep hate. Nick Baumgartener (I know, who cares what he thinks) talked about there being wide open receivers all year but the QB not finding them. While I think it can be lazy to blame a team's struggles on execution, I think it was pretty clearly the issue in the passing game last year.
|02/26/2018 - 9:41am||I read most of Nick's||
I read most of Nick's articles and listen to the podcast. Generally he's pretty spot on when it comes to the state of the program(s). I think he overuses the 'things are going well now, but here are all the ways they could go wrong' trope, which is why some fans think he's biased. But I think that's pretty common for Detroit-area beat writers. He's no Drew Sharp or Carlos Monarrez.
|01/12/2018 - 9:02am||It's pretty simple: people||
It's pretty simple: people with Pep's level of experience are rare in CFB and the NFL, so he will always have a job, regardless of the results.
The confusion displayed on the 'TE dive' popped up throughout the season. The most logical explanation is the 'too many cooks' theory, but Harbaugh has used that approach successfully before, so it may not hold up to scrutiny.
If I was a beat writer, my #1 question for Harbaugh would be what he learned this season. With the exception of the weird last year in SF, this is the first time one of his teams have taken a significant step back, right? He's said that they weren't good enough, but I would like to see more acknowledgment that things got off track offensively and get some insight into how he plans on fixing that.
|01/09/2018 - 5:05pm||Hang in there, Ace. Your||
Hang in there, Ace. Your writing and podcast contributions are much appreciated.