I always forget about TNF.
It was actually a really good game. Jimmy G and Kyler Murray both had like 130 QB rating.
I had never seen SF’s TE (Kittle?) play before. He’s not afraid of contact.
I’ve seen him a couple times and he is good. And can block as well as catch.
I don’t really forget about it, I just don’t care about it unless the Pat’s are playing.
Saw the highlights, Cards tried I’ll give them that lol.
They’re not a terrible team. They just happen to be playing in what could turn out to be the NFL division with the best collective regular season record in 2019.
Yup agreed! The division has the 6-2 Seahawks who went to back to back Super Bowls 6 years ago, an undefeated team in the 49’ers and the Rams who went to the Super Bowl last year. That is a nasty division! Glad the Colts aren’t in that one lol.
Rookie head coach. Rookie QB. And they have already matched last years win total (3). The Cards were a textbook dumpster fire last year. Theres a reason they got the first over all draft pick. They are an up and coming team. Kyler Murray has always been a baseball player who played football on the side. He is an elite of the elite athlete. Once he refines his football game he could be scary good. If he can stay healthy.
He is the closest thing to Gronk since Gronk himself. Kittle is just skosh shorter lighter and slower than Gronk. But he is still a beast.
Had Jimmy G stayed in New England they would dominate the NFL for the next decade after Brady. Not saying they won’t anyway hahaha. But damn has he been awesome in San Fran.
Between Brady, Jacoby and Jimmy its beginning to appear Bill may be the QB whisperer.
Ryan Mallett says hi.
So do these guys…
Rohan Davey (Fourth round 2002, 117th pick)
Was released in August 2005 with no return.
Kliff Kingsbury (Sixth round 2003, 201st pick)
Spent his rookie year on IR and was released by September 2004.
Matt Cassel (Seventh round 2005, 230th pick)
Started for an injured Brady in 2008, and was then traded to the Kansas City Chiefs for a second-round pick (used to draft Patrick Chung).
“They did get something out of that; a 2009 second-round pick. They had to throw Mike Vrabel into the deal, and needed him to start for a full year. It’s not like they cashed in behind the scenes, they needed to lose Brady for an entire year, but they did cash in on that.”
Kevin O’Connell (Third round 2008, 94th overall)
Made it through one training camp and was released in 2009.
Zac Robinson (Seventh round 2010, 250th pick)
Released by September 2010.
Ryan Mallett (Third round 2011, 74th overall)
After three seasons in New England, Mallett was traded to Houston for a 2016 seventh-round pick. They flipped that pick to the Seahawks in a deal for a 2017 fourth-round pick.
Josh is the QB coach now. I wonder who it was when Mallett was here.
Looks like it was Bill O’Brien
Right. I just wonder if there was a separate QB coach back then. I searched for it but came up with nothing.
Maybe this all Josh.
Looks like for 2011, the QB coach was also O’Brien.