Yeah. This a tough one. I agree with what u both said. Except the setting the edge part.
My definition on Settinf the edge is actually producing from the edge...something Tim Williams is great at and Charles Harris is okay at.
Tim has his head above the o lineman, and can blow up a sweep, by slipping, tossing, or simply overpowering him.
Harris is usually running too fast to blow up those surprise 2nd long and 3rd down runs to the outside. But he is sufficient on known passing downs.
Barnett on the other hand, can't push his man towards the runner, he can't disengage with his hands, he want use all the lateral movement he likes to slip and dip and shut down a lane.
He constantly keeps getting cleanly squared off by the taclkle on sweeps and slants.
And I slightly disagree with his field awareness. He tracks the qb better than the RBs
Reminds me of this:
If it was just a case of stealing the cart/buggy/milk float and going for a little joy ride I'd be more willing to overlook it. However when you throw assault and resisting arrest into the bag the incident does become a little darker.
Yeah I agree we need to focus our resources on Defense and I'll add RB too. But we can use a Big Physical WR opposite of TY, and Moncreif's rookie contract is expiring and we don't know what we have with Dorsett.
Assuming this is true. It never ceases to amaze me that people are willing to risk their high paying jobs for stupidity. He has a chance at making generational wealth and instead decides to get drunk, hit a guy giving you a ride in the head and steal his golf cart, smh. He is in the wrong entertainment business if he wants to do that. He should become an actor, Hollywood doesn't seem to mind that type of behavior as much as pro sport leagues do.