Originally posted by jreff22:
If that was the case we would have had a bigger sample size to really judge him by....and against starter talent. Colt did have to see Balt and Pitt twice a year so he knows what a top level D looks like. With a small number of snaps and real PT making him the primary backup would be bad. His best bet will be to the learn the system, watch, and take the spot from Colt in a month or two. We all know Harbs will promote players if they are worthy.....its up to him to take the spot.
But if he was a higher round pick, he wouldn't have wasted time experimenting at RB, WR, or long snapper (wtf?). He would have gotten more reps at quarterback, both during training camp and in the games, and at the very least, he would have performed superior to the great "yawn" that is Colt McCoy.
The only thing similar to BJ and Colt, is that they both leave you with your mouth open. McCoy because you are yawning, and BJ because well... you know.