On the Sam Darnold note, he’s more of an upside kind of guy. Definitely had some underwhelming games. But when he was on, he was on. So for him it’s a matter of being more consistent and reaching that potential he has
I signed in just to like this post. Great analysis and punch line!
TY could take his game to another level (greatness) if he works on not dropping balls. TY sometimes attempts to look for the big play before securing the ball when if he just secures the ball, The big play would have been the catch alone. Not dragging TY, but I want to see him blossom as that 1 on 1 type of smaller framed WR like Steve Smith that can go up and snag the catch every time!