Yea I dont think that really was a bash on Mo. It means that they see how good he is in practice and they know how great he could be, just need to see it in the games.
Nothing by that quote tells me it could possibly be the "beginning of the end" for Mo in Dallas.
If they were to say hes not good and practice and you can tell hes not good in the game, or if hes starting job is in jeoprady, then you have something to worry about
You have to read the whole article that is why I posted the link. What JG said on the record is simply put "you need to start performing in the games" we moved up in the draft spent a lot of money on you to take you 6th overall and you are ranked 3rd worst cornerback out of 94, that is not cutting it. That article reads the coaches are not happy with Mo's performance, and obviously stuff is said off the record that you can incorporate into your article, but you can not name it from sources.
They are definitely trying to light a fire under Mo's arse with the comments and article that is written. What I am stating is that if Mo's performance doesn't start to match the coaches expectations, it is not a good thing for Mo in Dallas. Personally I want him to succeed, he is a Tiger that says it all to me, but when your head coach is calling you out in public "which he did" than he is telling you, you need to step it up.
This post was edited on 9/19 at 2:21 pm