The ENTIRE point of the tight-end position is to add BIG bodies to the offensive-line and protection of your quarterback, while sacrificing NOTHING in the way of targets for your quarterback to throw to. As the CFL struggles with a veritable PLAGUE of injuries to the MOST important star of EVERY team, might it NOT… Continue reading December 2016 – Nik Lewis – Waggle End
Adams has an incredible ability to escape pass rushers and buy time to make a play. He is often compared to Russell Wilson, also 5’11,” but may actually be better at escaping pressure.
Alouettes Coach Jacques Chapdelaine on TSN690, every Monday Morning: October 31st 2016
Oh I get it. I really do. This is a quarterback driven league. Chapdelaine likes his job and wants to keep it. He figures his BEST chance is to play a veteran quarterback. But IS it…really? The Alouettes are in a bit of a bind, QB-evaluation-wise. Normally, you’d say: “given that our O-line is doing… Continue reading October 2016 – Platoon!
Did Jim Popp REFUSE to improve the O-line to put Rakeem Cato in a bad light, and allow Adams Jr. to SHINE in comparison? In my “heart of hearts” I am ABSOLUTELY certain he did.
There may be some kind of “seasonal disorder” involved, but every once in a while, and seemingly for a few weeks at a time, football games’ commercial time is in part devoted to the vexed problem of “erectile dysfunction”. But as yet, I’ve never seen or heard any commercial OR any other forum…making comparisons and… Continue reading September 2016 – The Cure for Offensive E.D.
Justin Dunk wrote a piece about the Alouettes attempting to sign Darian Durant, the oft-injured, veteran mobile pivot for the Saskatchewan Name Stealers. Somewhere in the second paragraph, Dunk drops THIS bomb: Chapdelaine likes Vernon Adams, who the Alouettes traded a first-round pick to get back in May, but he “isn’t a big fan… Continue reading September 2016 – 3DownNation: The Distinction Between Reporting and Journalism.