You serious? He can extend a play or tuck it and run it. Have you seen him play?QB can only do so much esp. a passing QB. Watching the game vs Coldwater St. Clair is not going to beat anyone with his feet, so he needs a line who can protect him. Defensively Bell has given up some points.
I know I’m biased but curious why you would Call Bellefontaine offensive line “bad”? What happened tonight to lead you to that assessment?Bellefontaine @ Tecumseh game was a waste of a ticket.. i left at the half
St Clair is a stud and probably the best QB this area has seen in ages. the Neer kid is pretty good as well at WR. offensive line is bad and they won’t get out of the second round because of that unless St Clair goes superhuman. he’s more mobile than others gave him credit for on here.
as for Tecumseh, they have regressed quite a bit since i saw them week 1.
Arrow concession stand as good as always.
your first issue is that your boys read this forum. this is a place for adults to talk ball in a respectful and honest manner. do kids really need another distraction these days?I agree Tecumseh was bad just have no idea why you’re finding fault with the Bellefontaine OLine. Again, I’m extremely biased but can admit when we’ve struggled (London). Tavien was never pressured once and our runners all had huge holes to run through. I know many of the boys read this and will be Suprised to be critiqued when they did their job alll night. Tough being a lineman sometimes
I agree with everything you just said. I took exception with the posters analysis. He watched one game in which the line gave up no pressure and opened up huge holes against an admittedly bad team and declared the OLine “bad”. It’s not what his eyes saw. It just fit the narrative he had.The truth is also in the London 36-6 score. Beating a bad Tecumseh 42-0 is doing what a good team should.
Current Drew Pasteur projections has Bellefontaine as the #7 seed playing #10 John Glenn in wk 11. If they win a week 12 rematch could loom with London. If Bellefontaine continues to win they will earn an opportunity for a rematch with London or to prove they are as good as the other heavyweights in R11.
i never said they were bad.. said below average, not good enough to beat good teams. why so sensitive about the o-line topic?I agree with everything you just said. I took exception with the posters analysis. He watched one game in which the line gave up no pressure and opened up huge holes against an admittedly bad team and declared the OLine “bad”. It’s not what his eyes saw. It just fit the narrative he had.
The people that watch every week know the group has been better than expected but can’t be counted on to lead the way vs really good teams like London. I’ll move on.