The right opportunity, I would say. Butler was a far more dynamic receiver than Lazard and more of a downfield threat. We used Lazard like a possession receiver. He had a ton of third down catches in the 6-10 yard range that went for first downs.I think I would too except I’ll take Lazard over Butler. There’s a reason Lazard is in the league and starting.... and Butler isn’t.
B all day every dayJust some fun discussion on a Friday night. Which team would you go with:
The rest of the team on offense, defense, and special teams is from the 2020 roster for each.
I had this exact same thought process. In general I think AL is better than Hakeem (more polished) but I think his skill set is kind of similar to the TEs on this years team. Hakeem brings that deep threat ability the team was missing this year so that would be a big advantage.I voted for A initially, but have changed it to B now.
I was thinking if I were a defensive coordinator which offense would be harder to prepare for.... and that answer is definitely B.... not even that close. So much more explosive and dynamic. Seneca can do it all, and if he pulls it on the RPO and runs.... watch out.... he could take it to the house. Or he could give it to Breece..... which is crazy to even think about..... and if he fakes it to Breece and drops back to pass..... Butler can take the top off of any defense. Combine that with Kolar, Soehner, and Allen..... OMG!
You do understand Seneca had almost nothing to work with, correct? His WR's couldn't get any separation at all hardly.Big factor in my decision to pick A. Seneca Wallace was a great player. But Seneca has more career interceptions than passing TD’s. And the
1-6 record in the last 7 games. Lost to UConn. Ouch.
Purdy has taken us to another level. I lived through the collapse of the 2002 season. There were several games where we absolutely were completely shut down. Completely. A lot of it was the team had definite weaknesses. But for example in the UConn game, Seneca was 19-41 with 0 TD’s and 4 INT’s. 17 point Cyclone loss to a bad UConn team. The 1-6 record in the last 7 games had some other bad performances.You do understand Seneca had almost nothing to work with, correct? His WR's couldn't get any separation at all hardly.
If you just look at stats, Purdy might look like the choice..... but if you've seen both play live and in person, like I have, you can tell which one is WAY more dangerous to opposing defenses.