Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by lvbuff, Sep 10, 2012.
No nor do we want to see him on the OL...yet
I felt the same way at first, like why not just put the players with the highest ceiling in so they can learn by fire, but for Oline you're basically giving your qb a death sentence. I am really eager to see him play, but I don't think he has any ability to improve the mess
Never gonna happen...too bad.
Maybe on the field goal defense unit as block specialist ??
He already plays on special teams as a blocker in the kick unit
Pretty sure he's been out there on special teams for a handful of snaps....
he wasnt out there for the final field goal
figures, and that one really needed to be blocked - coaching again....all you have to do is tell the BIG man to stand up, jump and raise your hands as high as you can....wow these coaches can not even do "the little things"
He blocks for our fg unit.
Why not slide him in at Guard, the protection can't be any worse than it has since Munyer will probably take over at center.
Nembot is a monster!!!! Hope we see a lot more of him in coming weeks!!!!
Apart from that stupid Late hit. He played well, most of the pressure was up the middle, and Jordan Webb not calling the right protection or changing the play against the defensive look. It is not all the OL fault. Average QB play can also make the OL look bad.
He played right tackle on several snaps today. What I saw, he did well. He was replaced on passing downs. That late hit down the field leads me to believe he still thinks he's on defense. Sasquatch, don't mess with him.
Nembot is like a 9 month old puppy...he does what he thinks you want him to do...like knocking you down when he brings the ball back. I think there is a lot of upside to having him in the game more. I would rather see raw aggressive than solid technique passive.
I think this guy is going to develop into a draft pick, potentially a high one, but he's got a lot to learn.
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