Wtf is he trying to hold his breath longer then everyone? Note to all the young aspiring athletes on board dont run with a hangover it can lead to lack of oxygen to the head causing fainting or even brain damage.
McCoy...it's easy to look on his time in Cleveland and say he wasn't so good. But, that's really unfair because that team sucked...Phil Dawson was arguably their best offensive weapon because they couldn't sustain drives for many reasons. Colt can play and looks to be a good fit to b/u Kap.
Originally posted by boast:
i think Scott's two years of experience in the Harbaugh/Roman offense puts him ahead of Colt by a lil more than a step.
That was my first thought. Tolzien knows the offense. But McCoy has live game day time. Something we all hope Tolzien never gets (sorry, I dont want Kap hurt). They brought him in for a reason. We have so many draft picks, we easily could have drafted a #3 in the late rounds. Who knows. Maybe Lord Tolzien retains backup duty, maybe not. Case could be made for either of them. McCoy, huge talent out of college, NFL experience. Tolzien knows the system, has the coaches trust. Guess they battle it out and the better man wins. Personally, I dont care. Whomever the coaches want, whomever gives us the best chance to win, thats all that matters. Just like last time the board had a conversation about whom our starter should be. Who cares, as long as we win, isnt that all that matters to fans?
This team thrives on competition. McCoy is a winner from a big time college program. I would question the arm strength of both Tolzien and McCoy. The pecking order will work itself out in training camp. Plus you need arms early on.
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