Get ready folks! Probably gets something like 3 snaps but still...[/QUOTE]
I'm not an elite athlete but how does a player practice and play at two positions so divergent as CB and RB? Especially a rookie with some issues picking up the NFL game. Does anybody think that McKnight at two positions will work?
[QUOTE=hamburglar;3825102]I'm not an elite athlete but how does a player practice and play at two positions so divergent as CB and RB? Especially a rookie with some issues picking up the NFL game. Does anybody think that McKnight at two positions will work?[/QUOTE]
We blitz our CB's at times. 10-1 odds McKnight gets his first sack before Ghost does.
[QUOTE=LockeJET;3825111]Noway! Not in a close game.[/QUOTE]
Why not? Heck even Tomlinson had a fumble this year and Green has had several over the past two years. why is it necessary to dump on this kid? What purpose does it serve? Why not hope that he is very successful and helps our team win. That is more important then dumping on him because some other misguided people do it. Neon Leon had several fumbles early in his career. he turned out OK.
[QUOTE=morite;3825163]If he was nervous at the start of camp, wait'll he gets his first regular season game action...at home, no less.
Get the paper bags out...for barfing and for hyperventilating.
Good luck, Joe.[/QUOTE]
Please call REX. With your vast amount of football personnel experience you'd be invaluable to him. he'd have you to fall back on when evaluating talent. Please tell us what is wrong with Joe McKnight. Thank you.!
[QUOTE=jetlifer;3825118]lol...I see some eye rolling and scarcasm but...
JM has real gamebreaking ability. We could use another shifty back in this mix.[/QUOTE]
I agree with you. mcKnight can help us with his great speed and hands out of the backfield. he can change games at the flick of a wris. I wish the kid good luck and hope he shuts up his critics on this board.