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Saw some of the game early, but missed the rest. Announcers spoke highly of Lane Johnson, but never heard nor saw Landry. How'd he do?
This post was edited by James Hale 18 months ago
Read Jimbo Elrod's comment.
I watched hoping everything about Jones that we have observed for a few years was not true.
Landry was overmatched in this game. Slow to come off 1st look, hesitant, low energy, poor footwork when resetting, threw terrible passes when he saw any pressure, looked panicky, poor escapability, inability to make something out of nothing
I think he hurt his stock in this game.
He was what we all feared he would be.
If he plays he better go to a team with a Great O line for all reasons stated here. I feel really bad for him, great guy he just Can't handle any pressure.
Lane played great!!!
Playing golf, getting ready to play golf, or just finished playing or practicing on the range.
Can't deny several of these comments. The no huddle robs our QBs of an element of their development. Same with the unbalanced use of the shotgun. LJ was rarely allowed to check down or call audibles.
Hoover notes that LJ stopped developing at the end of his sophomore season. Same time that Josh went up in the booth. Not a good correlation.
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