1. T.J Watt, OLB/DE, Wisconsin
2. Obi Melifonwu, S, Connecticut
3. Damontae Kazee, CB, San Diego State
4. Jeremy Sprinkle, TE, Arkansas
5. Josh Reynolds, WR, Texas A&M
6. Barry Sanders, RB, Oklahoma State (How can you go wrong with that name, however the sample size is so small that his dad may be better even in his 50's)
7. Alec Torgersen, QB, Pennsylvania
I cant imagine anyone defending haley at this point.
the guy is a disaster.
I'd be surprised if he isn't fired before next season.
And yes, I'm just SPECULATING.
The slow starts are a problem. But people are banging the drum on Haley, as if we were the worst offense in the league, or somewhere near the bottom. We are a one-dimensional offense (slowly becoming two-dimensions w/Bell), and we rank in the middle of the pack offensively. While that is not cause for celebration... If you are going to heap blame on him for our offense's troubles, you should also acknowledge his role in whatever success our offense has.
I just don't like the change-for-change's-sake thought. You might get the ideal OC to replace him, but that doesn't mean much either. I remember Mike Martz coming back into the league (after the Greatest Show on Turf), and everyone thought he'd light up the scoreboard. It did nothing of the sort. People thought Charlie Weis would transform at least the offenses of programs he subsequently went to. (He didn't). The point is: All those episodes did for those teams, was delay push their timetables back, as those guys obviously didn't turn out to be the answer.
If you saw fit to hire a guy, you should give that guy a full shot. Otherwise, you should fire yourself (for hiring someone who was so ill-prepared for the role).
1.30) Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan (McKinley or Williams)
2.62) Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida (Obi Melifonwu, S)
3.94) Noah Brown, WR, OSU
The referee said that you hit Brian Sipe too hard. Did you hit him too hard?
I hit him as hard as I could - Jack Lambert
So much for Bowe's judgement and intelligence
Riverside Police confirmed to FOX 4 Tuesday morning that an officer arrested Chiefs’ wide receiver Dwayne Bowe on Sunday for speeding and possession of marijuana. The police department also sent out a news release with further details. The news release is as follows:
Shortly before midnight on November 10th a Riverside Police Officer was parked on West Platte Road and NW Business Park using radar to check for speed violations when a black, 2011 Audi A8 registered a speed of 48 mph in a 35 mph zone. The police officer, in a marked police car, subsequently stopped the car on West Platte Road at Riverside Street.
While questioning the driver the Officer detected a strong odor of marijuana from inside of the vehicle. The officer then requested the driver and two passengers to get out of the vehicle. Once out of the vehicle the Officer explained to the driver, who owned the vehicle, that he was a K-9 Officer and that the dog would alert to an illegal substance. Subsequently, inside of a black bag the officer discovered the wallet of the driver and vehicle owner, Dwayne L. Bowe, and two containers that had 6.6 grams and 3.8 grams respectively of what is believed to be marijuana in them. Bowe was then placed under arrest for the possession of a controlled substance. The K-9 alerted to a black backpack and inside of that was found a container that had 4.2 grams of what is believed to be marijuana in it.