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Missile
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Be prepared for Daniels to take a step back @ Auburn, but if he takes care of the ball…

Tigers win.

I think the coaches are doing amazing things with the QBs, and we saw progression vs NM, but in the night lights of JHS, expect Daniels to be less patient, pull it, and run more often.

And that’s ok if it means we get the W, Daniels is smart with the ball, and he learns from the experience. It will make him better and more prepared for future trips to A&M, UF, etc


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It will make him better a


Then would it be a step back?



themunch
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hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

maybe. maybe not.

The whole team seems secure in their demeanor and approach.


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Then would it be a step back?



Yes, a step back in his performance @ Auburn compared to his outing vs New Mexico


Missile
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I guess what I’m saying is that he is going to have less patience with his progressions and happy feet in the pocket, which is normal. Not a criticism. Just trying to temper expectations


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You’ve been talking to Pirate King, haven’t you.


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SportTiger1
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Yes, a step back in his performance @ Auburn compared to his outing vs New Mexico
I mean..wouldnt you expect that? Auburn isn't great, but they're still auburn


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irishTiger18
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I think he wont have the same progressions like UNM, but I suspect he could look better than MSU.

IMO, it seems like Denbrocks play calling gets off to a slow start. If he can call an entire game like he did in the 4th quarter of MSU, id take shaky Daniels for a full game to beat Auburn


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Be prepared for Daniels to take a step back @ Auburn


lol...why would you say that?


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Be prepared for Daniels to take a step back @ Auburn

First true road game. But I think he'll perform well if we can keep the up tempo offense rolling and avoid communication issues due to crowd noise.


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smash williams
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Daniels isn’t a true freshman.


themunch
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Only Noah Cain is.


Missile
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lol...why would you say that?


Although “experienced,” Daniels has never experienced what he’s about to experience at night in Auburn. Their fan base will be rabid


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I guess what I’m saying is that he is going to have less patience with his progressions and happy feet in the pocket, which is normal. Not a criticism. Just trying to temper expectations


Dude, Daniels has played a ton of road conference games, and one of the best parts of his game is how cool he is under pressure, almost to a fault. He doesn’t get rattled. And of course he’ll pull it and run more than he did against New Mexico. The focus of that game was obviously NOT to do that. But against Auburn and SEC athletes, they’ll let him play, and that will result in more runs.

Hopefully he’ll stay in the pocket more than he has, but when our WRs run their DBs down the field and he only has 1 person to beat in space to pick up 25-30 yards, pulling it and running is oftentimes the correct decision. That’s a huge part of his game and our offense. Sure, we don’t him passing up wide open WRs 50 yards downfield only to pull it and run for 15, but if you totally take that part of his game away, you may as well play Nuss. One thing we don’t talk about is how that threat of him running affects how defenses play us. Their edge rushers have to keep contain and can’t just pin their ears back and and full out rush or he’ll just scoot around them for huge gains. And that helps our true freshmen OTs in pass pro.


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One early thing you can see with JD is he don't care.

He carries himself like a 10 year vet. I'm not worried about him on the road or in the big game cause he carries himself so well on the field and in big moments. In this regard he reminds of BDJB


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RummelTiger
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Daniels has never experienced what he’s about to experience at night in Auburn. Their fan base will be rabid



lol...okay, man.


Missile
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Hot Carl, agree with everything you said. Nicely put


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A true freshman transfer, at that.


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Missile
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Rummel, have you been to a night game @ Auburn? Strange things happen there


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