so half a month. half a [goshdarn] month is all this sh!t lasts? im not completely miserable right now, more just a mild discomfort, but that's typically how it starts. a few days of this, then a couple days of it barking at me followed by a week (sometimes two) of me seriously contemplating taking a plucking sawsall and just eliminating the entire limb. rinse, repeat with maybe a couple days of semi-tolerable dead arm. mots not even freaking cold yet. that's when the real fun begins.
the ball on all 3 (2 to Dural 1 to Diarse) was: A: Late B: under thrown (probably because it was late) by definition, I would think a poorly timed underthrown pass would be considered "bad". the overthrow to Dural on the fade was bad because it was inaccurate and not to the right read.
sure Harris issue are all "fixable". But we've had "fixable" QB issue every year since '08 (except for '13).
this offense is even more one dimensional than we thought.
harris did not have a good game. all 3 pass interference calls were on BAD passes. The receiver had his man beat and all 3 are TDs with a good pass. but all 3 were short causing the receiver to slow almost to a stop. he overthrew Dural by about 29 feet. on Dural's drop in the redzone, Fournette was WIDE OPEN at the goal line. Dupre's miss in the end zone was catchable, but thrown behind him.
short kid chopped all his hair off. was down to his shoulder blades. not its like a normal short haircut for a boy. looks like q completely different person now. and actually looks a lot like his older brother.
my grandfather was a huge baseball fan. even dabbled a little in semi-pro ball in the late 30s. He was fortunate enough to see the gods of the game play. Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Teddy Ballgame, the Mick, Mays, etc.
him and and I would talk baseball a lot when I was growing up. I once asked him "runner on 2nd, bottom of the 9th, you need one hit to win the game. You can pick any player in the history of the game. Who do you want at the plate?" He said he'd take Yogi every single time in that situation.
I considered both of those performances as well as what Shaun Alexander did to us in '96. but I still gotta go with Fournette. Faulk was amazing and won that game, but Houston was in it until the end. Cecil was ridiculous, but as we all know the other team won. Shaun Alexander had ridiculous numbers, but he got most of his on 3 runs.
Fournette on the other hand pretty much singlehandedly blew out a top 15 opponent. Completely and totally embarrassed them and broke their will to live.