Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Lt.Col.FrankSlade, Nov 3, 2012.
Not the most accuracy though.
Show me that million dollar arm, because I've got a pretty good idea about that five cent head of yours.
He throws some really nice passes, and then follows them up with 20 yard overthrows. Pretty obvious to me he should get all of the playing time going forward, but I'm sure we'll have another "competition" this week that Webb will win by acing a multiple choice test.
We need a CU MILF to teach Wood how to breathe through his eyelids like a lava lizard.
I'm not sure Annie Savoy was technically a MILF.... More of an ILF, I think...
Loooooove that movie, meat.
Maybe next weeks game will be rained out.
It's a very simple game. You run the ball, you throw the ball, you catch the ball.
Totally agree after watching that abortion, wood is the only real QB that has seen the field this year.
Wood showed a huge upside with that Pastorini-esque cannon for an arm. Of course, DBs can play 10-20 yards in back and collect a TON of INTs that way, but then again, someone might say, "Those are so deep, they're as good as a punt!"
Meanwhile, if one considers the INTs being handed up by the limp-arms, well, those ARE being converted into Pic-6's. Untouched ones, too. Heck, the 'Furd DB on the first TD barely had to change directions as he strolled home. Other INT chances were dropped by too-shocked-to-catch DBs who were trailing any CU receiver.
Those DBs didn't look like deer-in-headlights either - instead, they had huge shocked grins - "I can't believe he threw that ball so far behind his receiver!"
The limp-rag arms haven't shown any improvement and have been given more than a half-a-season to demonstrate their coaches' abilities to improve those skills. ZIP. ZERO. NADA.
Wood CANNOT do any worse. "Heck, those are as good as a punt!" That's an overthrow on screen-passes, too!
(No one should mention "Ryan Leaf" and "Head Case", by the way. However appropriate that is.)
Fear and ignorance...
I thought that Wood showed some potential yesterday. Also showed why he needs to get the remaining game snaps going forward. He may miss some throws until he learns to control that howitzer, but that will come with experience. He may not be a practice guy, but what I saw from him on the field yesterday was potential. Something I don't see from Webb or Hirschman. Also why haven't we seen Shrock or Dorman?
Make him where panties.
Ahh, thanks, :lol:
Hit it where they ain't boys. Come on meat you aren't gonna hit me. You couldn't hit water if u fell out a ****ing boat.
Oh please please, Dear Football Gods... make this possibility a CHANGE from the current status, too. Because... I fear... it's not.
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