Sully is joined by @BeauxJaxson from Big Bored and host of the Jaguars podcast “Keep Chopping Wood”. Sully and Eric review every division with thoughts on each team in the NFC and predictions. Part 1 of a 2 part episode!
On this week’s episode of “Keep Choppin’ Wood”, we discuss Luke Joeckel’s transition to left guard, Marqise Lee’s injury and how water is, indeed, wet, the middle linebacker battle, and the installment of our weekly “Hanxed It” award!
My latest episode of Every Play Tells a Story looks at an Influence Play involving Derrick Henry as football’s version Floyd Mayweather.
One of the most difficult positions for me to try and analyze is cornerback. In fact, before last year, I really never tried to evaluate defensive backs in general. There are a number of reasons for this. The first and most obvious is that it’s incredibly hard to see defensive backs play on broadcast television. College football broadcasts are a little better in this regard because they use fewer cameras and wider shots, but for the most part, you can only see a corner or safety in the shot for a second or two (if he even enters the picture at all). Post-snap, the camera zooms in on the ball (either the running back or quarterback), so the most you can see on most plays is how the corner plays the wide receiver off the line of scrimmage. Combine that with up-tempo, no-huddle offenses eliminating dead time (thus, choking out time for the network to show plays from different camera angles), and it can be really difficult in general to evaluate corners.