Rest In Power George Atkinson III
Sheesh, R.I.P. to George Atkinson III. He was only 27. Second son GA has lost in a year smh pic.twitter.com/Hze8pOfoTG— Maliik (@Obee1ne) December 3, 2019
He had a lot more life left to live. This is some terrible news. Thoughts go out to his family.
4th and 1
I know Trevor Davis was cut yesterday, so this is a moot point now, but all he had to do was cut inside. It was only 7-0 in the middle of the second quarter. Yet, that still doesn’t explain why Gruden didn’t call a play that gave it to Josh Jacobs or Alec Ingold to run the ball right down the middle.
It’s the same exact play. One player has good vision, one player does not. One player cut inside, one player did not. One player is employed, one player is not.
Derek Carr At Arrowhead
There were three red jerseys surrounding Waller. It was a rough game for Carr to say the least.
Carr stared down his intended target from start to finish.
We can’t ignore the talent around Carr in 2016.— Maurice Moton (@MoeMoton) December 2, 2019
-He had 2 1,000-yd WRs
-Top-6 run game.
-DEF was 2nd in takeaways (30)
When most of the chips don’t fall in line, he’s an average QB.
5 decent/meh years vs. 1 MVP discussion season.
Add that up = average QB https://t.co/DDjsGr4Xvu
I think this is the best Carr take I’ve seen this weekend. No emotion or insults.
Derek Carr whenever he has to play in Arrowhead pic.twitter.com/RLUoSOcmcB— Noah (@ImNatsJK) December 2, 2019
I had to end this with something funny. Or at least, I found it funny.
Josh Jacobs Is the Offensive Rookie of the Year
He ran mean early.
He surpassed 1,000 yards on the season.
He kept playing hard even when the game was starting to get out of reach. Josh Jacobs is clearly the Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Cringeworthy Moment of the Week
I can’t stop watching it because it’s just so bad.