USVI Wreck from Georgia Tech
- Mar 24, 2011
They could sign JT as a backup for a sack of footballs. What's JT's shelf life in an NFL game? About 30 minutes?Glad to see PJ staying involved in football, and I think it's a smart move on the Ravens' part. That said, I think Jackson is going to have a really short shelf-life as an NFL QB. I'd be very surprised if he ends his career with 100+ starts.
more high schools are running the shotgun spread/no huddle than are running any kind of option attack right now, and have been for a while, at least the ones I've seen.Just watch all of pro and college football change over to the triple and CGC offense is deemed a "high school" offense
Doubt we'll see anything that closely resembles the flexbone. I could see Paul being helpful in terms of technique and incorporating more misdirection, pre-snap motion, etc. He's a great offensive mind, and given Jackson's particular skill set, it's worth picking his brain over how he would attack particular defenses.One day in his office, 20 years ago, Paul told me he thought his offense could work in the NFL. I said, "you're f----- nuts." He said, nope, it can.
Maybe we'll get to see if he was right. ...
What? Who would need Paul Johnson for that? There is one reason to bring PJ in....to consult about installing the veer play. Doesn't mean they will do it.The Ravens are not running the TO; however I am sure that PJ could offer some thoughts about decisions keying off a safety, DE or Lb.