One can only hope. You must admit though his fumble to games played ratio is pretty pathetic. He's currently 23rd on the all time list. Problem is, I think Culpepper is the only guy a head of him that played nearly as few games as he with as many or more fumbles.
Its a problem but he seems to do it in bunches. Hopefully he got most of them out of the way ..for this season at least. Given his past, thats a reasonable expectation.
Michael Floyd has terribly inconsistent hands. Like, to the point where QBs will have to question throwing him the ball in certain situations. Stephen Hill has a nice upside, but it would have be a huge risk to take him in the 2nd round. Considering where he was picked, I would have been fine with Randle. Doubt he's a #1, though. And that's what the team really needs. You can get a redzone threat outside the top two rounds of the draft.
They've been getting decent push, but teams have been using max protect type of blocking to neutralize it. It's the reason that the team hasn't been beaten too much despite not having a ton of QB pressure (there aren't many options for the opposing QB with so many blockers).
Brandon Hughes played for what? A quarter of football? And people say it's too soon to give Castillo credit. He looked ok, let's not go overboard here.
Apparently I was the only one that saw Kendricks on an ineffective blitz where Ben passed to Miller over the top of the blitz, which completely neutralized it? Castillo blitzed a few times early. It was very ineffective and led to big plays for Pittsburgh.
The team has holes, but is hardly fortunate to be 3-2. At the rate they've turned the ball over, they should be even worse. With decent ball security, the team would be 4-1 and have some comfortable wins.
[I]"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds." ___ Samuel Adams "Father of the American Revolution"
"Originally Posted by JackBauer"
I'm still waiting to see the Democrats running on a platform of reduced federal spending.