Ira Talks Leadership Voids, Don Shula Flashback, Inside The Mocks, Gerald McCoy = Richard Seymour?, JPP Changes, And More

April 4th, 2019

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10 Responses to “Ira Talks Leadership Voids, Don Shula Flashback, Inside The Mocks, Gerald McCoy = Richard Seymour?, JPP Changes, And More”

  1. tmaxcon Says:

    i see a spelling error in the headline…. McCoy equals Richard Simmons not Seymour….

  2. straightcashhomey Says:

    During the 22 minute mark, you all covering the supposed “mocks” portion, and whichever @Joe that was pipes up saying to Ira, “I see that Ed Oliver was misused a lot by his coaches in scheme while at Houston, which leads me to believe that Oliver could have a much higher upside than say a Quinnen Williams”.

    LMAO!! You all are on the crack-rock…. if you of sound mind think that tubby Oliver at 6’1 288 from HOUSTON (that gets swallowed up by Olinemen all the time) is going to have a better NFL career and upside ….having seen what Quinnen does/did in the SEC against real opponents down in and down out, at 6’4 303 lbs as a beast at Bama?!?!?

    Crack-rock…and asinine.

    The Q!!

  3. NOSBOS Says:

    I wonder what they on sometimes too str8ccash. And not just these Joe’s but also some of these posters.

  4. NOSBOS Says:

    I told them yesterday I would load a film session link on here for whatever reason it moderated then disappears I wonder why.. But your assessment is right,his balance is too often flawed making it easy for linemen to plant him on his face. He has no hand technique so getting of blocks can be a major challenge. Oh and reading the comments of Houston fans he’ll apparently takes plays off at his leisure and on more than one occasion pulled himself out of a game on critical third downs. No to mention the issue with the HC on the sideline everyone saw it but why??? Cause he chose to sit out the game that’s why.

  5. NOSBOS Says:

    One trick pony @$$ ed Oliver at 5. Man please. And it ain’t stupid to think he’ll have problems playing the 5 hell he ain’t got the 3 or the nose down yet. Every film session I’ve watched on him they say raw and that he needs to go somewhere where he can be coached up but that he has a ways to go.

  6. NOSBOS Says:

    Now if Joe will let me send a few thru I can let see for yourself. Pick.

  7. Arian Nation Says:

    I saw the game between Memphis and Houston. The Memphis coach said he had two different offenses, one for when Oliver is on tge field and the other for when he is off.

    You could see the difference when when he was on the field they were running away from Oliver. That’s why Oliver couldn’t get any major stats last year.

    Hiuston’s coach was an egocentric dick who made a big deal out of Oliver wearing a team hoodie during a game in front of the TV cameras. Oliver was projected to be the #1 overall draft pick and the coach was eaten up by jealousy and pettiness.

  8. straightcashhomey Says:

    I hear ya @NOSBOS….

    Can’t wait for Q to get rolling and yet again remind everyone why the biggest cat in the college game (Nick Saban) purposely did not show up in Ed Oliver’s living room, but wait for it….Quinnen Williams’ living room. When Saban can go anywhere at anytime.

    Q’s frame, build, speed, nuance…straight killa mojo!! All day, every day, Q will adjust to and handle the higher level of NFL competition MUCH BETTER for 12 years + than this Oliver kid ever will.

  9. NPRSageBoy Says:

    I love it when Ira and Lee relate their stories from “back in the day”. I wonder if Ira can tell the story about how he invented fire in the next podcast?

  10. SteveK Says:


    Now that was hilarious!!! 🤣 😂 😆