Hue had a bigger ego than Rex Ryan and he started acting as Gm when al passed away. With hue this team would have continued to be the most penalized team and we would have been stucked in mediocrity for years to come. Reggie is taking a couple steps back and will position us for long term success within a year or two of rebuidling. i've been through 10 years of this ****, ill take this season and/or one more if it means ill see multiple playoff appearances it rather than a lucky playoff appearance.
The Scranton Scrapper!
I get it Fish, the issue is that if we dont have a clearly better player ahead of him, then the idea,its a bad move to play him early doesnt makke sense to me.
Dudes a grown man.
He,ll take his licks and either grow from it or quit on it.
How is that anyworse then watching the same guy shoot ourselves in the foot over and over?
You guys....is he a third is he a fourth LMAO.
I wouldn't mind seeing Bergstrom but it doesn't say it is a sure thing. All the article says is coach Allen is weighing his options at RT.
Yeah, heres to hoping becasue we need two Guards next year.
at least one DT
and one LB.
that is enough holes to contend with.
When Barnes is fully back though I'd like to see him at RT and Berstrom at LG. Carlisle aint gonna be here next year and he hasn't been that good.
Dont forget Berg was a college Tackle.
Anybody but Smith
Aaron Curry is on the active list...oh wait were talking bergstrom, 8 weeks thats two months thats 56 days...I dont know of any job that you train for two months and are not expected to know your position. In week 9 he should be comfortable. Now im assuming that in practice he went up against Houston (not bad).... Now we will see what he does in real game scenario...
bout time....Could it get any worse...probably not...and the kid will start to get some valuable experience...