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getting into the mix at WR at Kelly's press conference this week. We need as many playmakers on the field as possible and Brown could sure help loosen up the opposing D's secondary with his speed.
I have to disagree slightly. I don't see this as a problem right now. If Golson had time against Purdue, he would have found open guys downfield. When he had time, he found wide open guys. The bigger issue was our line's inability to protect Golson. He was sacked five times (I'd say 2.5 to 3 of them being his fault for holding onto the ball too long) and there were other scrambles where he just didn't have enough time to set up and launch. It seemed to me that Purdue sent 5 on every single play. Teams can't afford to do that unless they like their cover corners on islands.
A little bit more protection, and you're going to see WRs making big catches downfield.
I will say that TJ Jones definitely has problems getting off the line of scrimmage consistently. But what I wonder is if an inexperienced freshman would be that much better at it?
They need to make up their mind if they are going to redshirt them or not, if they still can.
This post was edited by gautrp 22 months ago
I don't see red-shirting either. Both are on the front wall of the kickoff return team, so I think the staff is committed to playing them this season no matter what.
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