Justin McMillian

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  1. TigerTap

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    Of course it's important. I would think there might be concerns with the new CO-DB coaching situation.
     
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    SaintSlidell How bout them Tigers! Who Dat

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    Just saw videos released of every throw each QB made in the spring game.
    Some observations:
    -Brennan was pressured (in his face fast) allot more than the other QB's (started wondering if players like the junior McMillan better)
    -McMillan longer passes were completed against Netherly (our worst CB) and second team defense.
    -What made McMillan look better was his running ability especially vs the second team defense. First team he was hurried a couple of times very quickly, and did not look good. (just like Brennan)
    -Both completed about the same percentage of passes---Brennan better at intermediate---McMillan better with longer passes. Brennan was flat out horrific with his longer passes.

    Brennan did not look as bad as I originally thought. As bad as the Oline looked, especially the tackles, we better have a mobile QB. Hopefully, Charles and Deculus can right the ship and the backups can significantly improve. Traore was a major disappointment.
     
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    So which was It? Horrific or not as bad as you thought? You literally said both. .
     
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  4. Bayou Tiger

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    Pretty sure he was saying horrific at long passes but, overall, not as bad as he initially thought.
     
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  5. SaintSlidell

    SaintSlidell How bout them Tigers! Who Dat

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    Your spot on!
     
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  6. ParadiseiNC

    ParadiseiNC don't worry, be happy

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    Thanks for the insight.

    O-line is young. Andrus Peat seemed to be a bust the first few mos. for the Saints, and now is meeting all expectations and more. Hopefully, Traore grows into the position against this stepped up competition. He didn't face a D-line like LSU has in JC, I guarontee you.
     
  7. Bayou Tiger

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    Breaking it down for ree tard.
     
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  8. SaintSlidell

    SaintSlidell How bout them Tigers! Who Dat

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    Agreed. He may be more of a natural right tackle?
    Scary thing is who else can play left tackle?
     
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    Good God you are slower than I thought
     
  10. Bayou Tiger

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    You prolly right. I'm nice though. :D
     
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