Gene, thanks for your post. I do my best to respond to all readable comments, but, oftentimes, I choose not to respond to some of the more asinine things certain readers have to say. As you pointed out, internet anonymity gives certain individuals the chops to say things they would never say if their respective identities were displayed.
And I believe a sincere display of gratitude is in order. Thank you for reading my work. I genuinely appreciate it.
He did have a good game against Oklahoma, he finally limited his turnovers but he still is a one look qb. I am not a believer in Golson. To many times he misses the wide open wr like Daniels in the 2nd quarter of the Oklahoma game, he was sitting at the 10 yard line doing jumping jacks with no one within 10 yards of him. I don't know why he cannot find Eifert at al this year. He was double covered some in the Oklahoma game but the times he wasnt he could not get him the ball. I'll give him a lot of credit marching right down the field for the winning drive and for the beautiful pass to Chris Brown that went for 50 yards. I think even you have to admit that Golson needs to protect himself better when he does run out of the pocket because if he doesnt he will not last long on the field. He showed me a lot to come back on the field. Big win in a hostile spot, but he needs to be more consistent.