View Full Version : Hall inactive ? Parker & Alexander as PR/KR ?
11-03-2000, 07:13 AM
Roster spots are precious these days! Alexander could be very interesting there?
11-03-2000, 07:27 AM
With the holes that our ST are creating I don't think it would help to put our possible probowl receiver into a full speed tidal wave of oncoming opposition players.
11-03-2000, 07:29 AM
But Gunther is think'n about it!
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11-03-2000, 07:46 AM
Roy - I believe you, I just think it is a bit risky. Heck, Gunther even said that he was worried about doing thise in his Tuesday interview, he really didn't want to risk putting Alexander in to get injured.
11-03-2000, 08:05 AM
I hear ya,I don't care what he does,get the win,pray nobody gets hurt!
11-03-2000, 08:07 AM
If Gun has any common sense at all, he will let Larry Parker and Cloud return KO's and let Parker return punts.
To put DA back there while Morris is still a little banged up is somewhat suicidal. It's not like we can fall back on our running game if our WR's are hurt.
11-03-2000, 08:10 AM
ChiTown - Why Parker, he had done absolutly nothing with his chance as return man this year. Last year he had a couple, but this season he did very little, excpet fumble.
11-03-2000, 08:16 AM
I was reading Parker on the post and couldn't get him from my mind. That should have been Cloud and Lockett as KR's, and Lockett as a PR. Lockett performed those duties at KSU, and doesn't fumble. While he doesn't have blazing speed, he has a knack at finding the seam.<P>
11-03-2000, 08:20 AM
Chitown - OK, Lockett may be OK, but Cloud shouldn't be back there. He hasn't blocked anyone and has done nothing in the way of returns. Our ST schemes are just horrible, UGH!
11-03-2000, 11:16 AM
I say get Bobo the circus bear to run it. It's not gonna matter because the blocking SUCKS!!! Nobody is going to make a good return if there is a wall of defenders in your face. I would much rather put in someone who is less vital to the future of the team if ,god forbid, injuries do occur.
I say strap a helmet on Stock and see how he likes returning punts with his own ST blocking schemes.
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