We'd like you to revisit this post in week 6.
If you are saying Stanley is better than Tunsil and will outperform him this year, say it plain. No equivocation.
I am stating our Front Office erred again and Stanley was a now common mistake and passing on Tunsil was a major Faux Pas. An inexcusable Faux Pas and when the results come in it should be a fatal Faux Pas. A team CANNOT have a superior draft position and then select an inferior player. Not at Selection 6. That cannot and will not stand without correction.
Well, the Ravens cut their starting LT and are inserting Stanley in from Day 1. Tunsil is not even competing to be the back-up LT - he's competing to be the back-up LG & currently LOSING TO THE WORST G IN THE NFL. I still have yet to see anyone post actual facts about why you think Tunsil is better. What did you see on the coach's game tape? Complex protection schemes? - no, Ole Miss doesn't run them. Ability to recognize blitz packages? - no, Ole Miss doesn't change blocking assignments. Adapting to different play calls? - no, Ole Miss often ran the same play 4-5 times in a row. Better character issues? no, smoked weed in high school, took money in college, smoked fake weed in college and let his teammate fall out a window, beat up his step dad, etc, etc. Bigger size? No. Longer Arms? No. Bigger hands? No. Better Punch? No. Play and start every game in any one of his college seasons? No. Played against top pass rushers? No, (Stanley dominated Shaq Lawson & Joey Bosa). I guess you think having better bench press numbers makes you a better player.
I could be wrong but I'm thinking you like that we selected Stanley over Tunsil ? Or, am I reading too deeply into things ? lol