What I don’t understand is why, before the combine, a lot of scouts were saying he has late-1st round talent, but his speed was a knock on him pushing him down a lot. Then he came in and dominated the combine, proving them wrong, and people still say “No, he isn’t a 1st round caliber player”. Makes no sense to me!
My issue with JB is that he's consistently shown the same thing in college, in 2017, and in 2019. I don't see anything changing with his willingness to throw deep and his accuracy to do so.
I'm definitely not sold on Trubisky, but again, I really don't think Nagy is anywhere near the "offensive genius" he was touted to be and could be significantly stunting Mitch's development.
If a move like this were to be made, I'd trust that Ballard and Reich think any deficiencies with Trubisky are coachable & correctable. I'd also be ok with it never happening, because that tells me the inverse.
That seems like some cheery-picking of stats.
Chase was 4/5 form 40-49 yards.
Adam was 3/7 from 40-49 yards.
Chase was 26/26 for XP
Adam was 22/28 for XP
I don't know who is the better kicker right now, but it is not Adam by a landslide. Chase would be cheaper and probably better than a 47 year old who has been sliding for the past 5 years. It's not just 2019.