Brissett's already better than he was in 2017. 2017 Brissett doesn't deliver in the red zone the way this year's version does.
He's learning. It'll take awhile before he's got his game fully under control but he is learning.
We are indeed young. That said, the team has looked competitive so far. It's a long shot, but if we avoid making major mistakes, we could be contenders this year. I'm certainly not going to concede anything without a fight, that's for darn sure.
Gee, it couldn't be more clear. We have as good a run blocking line as there is.
Your coach says we are going to Run the Damn Ball. Simple.
Think Seahawks and you will get it.
NOTHING is happening in just a few weeks. We are young.
I agree I'd like to get Campbell more involved, it's going to come down to Brissett establishing a comfort level with him. Right now that's the big thing holding the team back, is that Brissett is still getting comfortable with the team's receiving corps.
One of the reasons TY is getting so many balls thrown his way is because TY is one of the holdovers from Brissett's run in 17 and there's some residual comfort factor there.
I think that'll work itself out given time. Brissett's just gonna get comfortable with some of his younger options.
That said, if we're in the playoff hunt at the deadline I do think Ballard is going to make a move for a veteran target. We don't have a lot of physicality in our receiver corps, especially without Funchess. With a non-elite QB I see that as a need that will have to be addressed.