29 Apr 2011
As discussed during the live chat of the draft's first round, here's Bob Condotta's story in the Seattle Times on Hugh Millen's review of Jake Locker's 4-for-20, 71-yard game against Nebraska, a game where Millen said Locker made more good plays than bad (though he conceded the game was "still a poor day").
EDIT: Found the audio link! Here's Millen's appearance on Ian Furness's show on KJR AM radio in Seattle from last September. It's a half-hour of a former NFL quarterback doing a throw-by-throw breakdown of another QB's performance, and well worth the listen if you've got a half-hour.
12 comments, Last at 05 May 2011, 10:07pm by The Ninjalectual
After three NFL seasons of kicking off from the 35-yard line, what has been the impact on touchbacks, returns, field position, scoring and injuries? Also, is this rule responsible for a record number of big comebacks?