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Trotter is regressing IMHO.
He seems scared alot and afraid of getting hit thus makes indecisive actions. He does not seem that mobile to me and collapses early at times. Granted, he goes through some plays, sometimes successively, that look well played and thought out and has succeeded twice in leading game winning last minute drives. Then he makes an idiotic pass or something. Inconsistent I am afraid. We can win games with him, but only if the opponent doesn't run up the score much and if our D plays well and if our running game is successful. All three ifs.
Personally, I am waiting for KF, when he is finally groomed enough to start. I'd also like to see Mosley in some action.
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Alright..... my turn.
BT is the right man for the job and number two isn't even close in my view.
KF very well may be the answer in two years. Right now, we have no idea if he can throw accurately at this level or make decisions at the speed needed to play in the SEC. Yeah, he's got a world of talent... as Dye used to say 'he's pretty to look at in his pads but is he a football player?' Clint Mosely might have been as good of a choice as Trotter when the season started.... Well, we're five games in now. BT has had to lead us to victory in the last minutes twice. Does CM have the ability to do that? Key answer... we dont know. Does BT? Yep... been there, done that. So, really, let the debate end. There's not really a story here. BT needs to make better decisions. The line needs to block much better and we need to get Reed and Blake back on the field. That's what practice is for. Keep choppin'.
I dont really know either... I would have to describe him as 'anvil footed'. But he was always a class act and he beat bammer four times. That qualifies him for 'statuehood' as far i'm concerned!
Oh... and it always horrified me the way that he got thrown around when he was getting sacked. Looked like a bad rendition of a Mr. Bill skit on SNL! Arms and legs flailing around in most unnatural ways!
This post was edited by mhtiger87 on 10/3/2011 at 1:18 PM
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