Discussion in 'The Final Countdown' started by IrishBearcat, Mar 25, 2014.
Praying I dont average 10 picks a game
Come at me!
Wanna know what happens when two projected first round picks IRL come back for their senior year in a videogame?
Answer: They end up playing next to each other as 99 overalls.
You guys should learn the names Stephon Tuitt and Louis Nix III (Irish Chocolate).
Here's what a 350 lb quarterback looks like:
In the opener Tuitt pulled off one of these, but he forced his own fumble:
Who in the heck is that goon Max?
A D1 QB if you can believe it.
2014 Alabama Crimson Tide Preview
Tuscaloosa, AL- Alabama struggled at times last season, but still wound up with wins over their two most important rivals, Auburn and Tennessee, and a BCS Bowl berth. Despite that because Alabama didn't win the conference, or challenge for a national title Coach Stewart's first season in Tuscaloosa was seen as a failure. The upcoming season will give him a legitimate chance to change the narrative.
AJ McCarron graduated and took his talents to the NFL, and has handed the reins of Alabama's offense to redshirt senior Blake Sims. Sims and AJ are decidedly different quarterbacks. Where AJ was bound and determined to sit in the pocket and find a receiver on passing plays, Sims has the athletic ability to take off and make defenses pay. There is good depth behind Sims with Alec Morris and Cooper Bateman backing up Sims.
TJ Yeldon is back to lead the ground game for Alabama, the big power back has the potential to be one of the best backs in the country this season, and figures to go pro after the season is over. There is plenty of depth behind him though with Kenyan Drake ready to tote the rock when Yeldon needs a breather. Derrick Henry will be the #3 back, and not much can stop the 6'3" 241 pounder when he enters "beast mode."
Amari Cooper will headline the WR corps as a junior this year. Cooper has been a star since he erupted onto the scene as a true freshman, and he beginning to be mentioned as one of the best WR in the country. D'Andrew White and Christion Jones will be the #2 and #3 WR and the seniors will be trying to improve the draft stock in the hope of being a high round pick. Chris Black and redshirt freshman Robert Foster will be the #4 and #5 guys when Alabama spreads the field.
Brian Vogler and OJ Howard are the top 2 TE. Howard redshirted last season, but is part of the new breed of hyper athletic TE who are at home endline blocking, or spread out on the outside. Vogler was an excellent weapon last season, and his 6'7" frame makes him a big easy target for checkdowns. Both TE should see plenty of time on the field.
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