What is your take on Clemson as far as how good of a football team they really are?
i love Clemson i think there a great team. but yes there overrated how do you get DESTROYED by a N.C State team?? after getting destroyed by SC i really lost confidence in them so i predict V. Tech wins 42-17
Will the Miami Hurricanes win their first long awaited ACC title this year?
They shouldn't have a problem winning the Coastal Division.. They have lots of young talent. Florida St. is rebuilding.. Clemson and the NCAA sanctions are the only things that could prevent the Canes from reaching the Orange Bowl..
What QB should the Bengals take in this upcoming draft?
lol, like your comment about dalton shriveling up. anyway, you're right, dalton is a douche, we learned that when he was grooving to his whiteboy music in the locker room on hard knocks. this year they should be the heir apparent to the division, but still they probably wont win it. so who to pick, will mccarron be available at about 20? btw marvin lewis also needs to be replaced.
Who do you think will be 2013 Heisman Trophy Finalists and why?
My finalists are:
1. Johnny Manziel- I don't really think I have to explain this pick
2. Braxton Miller- the guy's just as talented as Manziel; probably gonna go undefeated tis year again
3. Jadaveon Clowney- he can hit hard as fuck and is just an all around beast
4. Marcus Mariota- might lead Oregon to undefeated season this year; only troubeling game is against Stanford and UCLA
5. Chuckie Keeton- he's playing in a pretty bad division and he plays at Utah St. Gonna have a breakout year. He's Heisman material
Left out Teddy Bridgewater, probably deserves to be in there
If Boyd can pull off a win tonight, I think he wins the Heisman. Miller looked flat today, but still put up stats and won, so he didn't really hurt his chances. Murray isn't the best college player, but he will be a good pro QB, imho. Best player I saw today was the linebacker for Buffalo. Dude is a beast. Turn a couple plays here and there, and he beats the number 2 team in the country almost all by himself.
HELP!!! Tajh Boyd signed my shirt. Ugh! That fatass no good football playin quarterback signed MY SHIRT!!! Ew!?
If it is so disgusting then why did you hand it over to him to be signed... I assume no one held a gun to your head did they.. If you think it is that bad then toss the shirt and get another one just like it.....
Quick comment on your argument. The fact that Richardson is tied with Jim Brown in that category is impressive, but I think it speaks more to the Browns' historical lack of talent than it does for Richardson's abilities.
That being said this is a horrible move. The Browns are going to be a bottom 5 team anyway, and will presumably use that pick to get a QB, possibly Tajh Boyd or Teddy Bridgewater. A rookie QB needs help, and Richardson would have provided that. Now whichever poor bastard gets drafted by them is going to be thrown into a lions den.
On the other side of the trade, the Colts are laughing their asses off right now. They already have the best young QB in the league (notice I didn't say best QB. I'm talking in terms of potential.) Now they add a young RB who has had success in a division with some very tough defenses, while playing for one of the worst teams in the league. The Luck-Richardson combo could prove very fun to watch.
Id say Luck in almost every category, but where Luck really stands out is in his ability to be mobile in the pocket, Barkley is anchored down in that pocket and when it collapses hes screwed, Luck is a play maker and a hard nosed athlete and can move from danger when in the pocket...
Barkley is not as coveted as the media portrays him in my opinion, he was hardly a top 10 QB last year and I think there are still a few QBs that can easily out perform him this season like Tyler Wilson of Arkansas, Tajh Boyd of Clemson and Geno Smith of WVU
I think Clemson has the potential for an extremely potent offense if Tajh Boyd and his receivers (both current freshmen and incoming freshmen) click. Harper (if he returns), Ellington, and McDowell will also be a force at running back, and I think there's an incoming freshman RB who's all-everything too (Bellamy?). Not sure what the OL will look like, that will be the key--if they can't protect the QB or open up running lanes, it's gonna be a long year. We also desperately need a TE who can get open.
Defense is really questionable next year, though. We're losing at least one of our best linemen in Jarvis Jenkins, and Da'Quan is all but gone. We're also losing McDaniel and some other good secondary players--and I'm really not sure there are underclassmen who are ready to fill those roles without a performance dropoff. So we'll see. Next year may be one of those years where we just have to hope our offense is powerful enough to score at will and rack up enough points to offset a weak defense. Here's to hoping.
So overall, i think we have a chance at at least the Division, but it's not likely. FSU is reloading, Maryland has talent (though I'd be surprised to see them contend with a first-year coach), and if Russell Wilson comes back to NCSU they'll be a force too.
Not in any particular order and according to a so called ESPN Heisman Watch:
Jameis Winston-Florida St..
Javelin Clowney-South Carolina
Derek Carr...Fresno St..
Johnny Manziel - Texas A&M...
Mike Evans-Texas A&M...
Not a big college football fan but here goes.
1. Teddy Bridgewater
2. Tajh Boyd
3. AJ McCarron
4. Johnny Manziel
5. Marcus Mariota
6. Braxton Miller
7. Aaron Murray
8. Stephen Morris
9. Logan Thomas (I like him a lot)
10. Bryan Renner
A.J. McCarron of Alabama....
Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M.....
Aaron Murray of Georgia....
Tajh Boyd of Clemson..
Marcus Mariota of Oregon....
I believe David Fales is the kid you are trying to remember from San Jose St..... Hope this helps....
If distance is not a factor, then he will choose Oregon. A lot of kids say distance is not a factor, but they do not really mean it. But if distance is not a factor, then the offense that best suits his abilities by far is Oregon. Chip Kelly's offense speaks for its self. Ohio St. has a boring offense and is more known for its great defense. If he visits Clemson, I would not count out Clemson. That being said, if he wants to play and win lots of games then it should be an easy decision. Oregon Ducks.
Do you think Clemson QB Tajh Boyd will win the Heisman?
He should be in the conversation, but he probably won't win it. For one, he'll get serious competition from his own teammate Sammy Watkins. For another, voters seem to have a problem with giving consideration to Clemson players with Heisman potential--note the low votes for CJ Spiller his senior year, when the dude was making jaw dropping plays in literally every game he played in.
my three favorite qb's are tajh boyd, aj mccarron, and teddy bridgewater.?
Teddy Bridgewater is the top QB on just about everybody's Mock Draft right now, that's who I'd go with, Boyd isn't far behind him though & McCarron will probably be a late 1st Round or early 2nd Round Pick
I think Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins are both great players, but the likeliness of them winning isn't very high compared to some players like Luck and Richardson. We can always hope for Tajh (who is moving up in the polls) and before their careers are over, I would imagine Boyd and Watkins would be pretty close to (if not) winning it.
You won't find your target audience by choosing Australian Football as a category as opposed to American football. Nevertheless, I'll give you some feedback.
Firstly to Westerner, the Louisville Cardinals are a college team, the Arizona Cardinals are an NFL team (it does get confusing).
I would take Bridgewater as he is the more sure-fire prospect as a polished pocket passer. I also personally prefer pocket passing QBs. Boyd certainly has the athleticism of the zone read quarterbacks now infiltrating the league in the same mould of Kaepernick and Newton, with a good arm as well.
I think this will end up being Luck Vs RG3 2.0 with Bridgewater finishing the higher of the two and maybe above Clowney who will simply drop due to the unrealistic pre-season expectations. Either way, the teams who draft both will probably have found franchise quarterbacks