ESPN's John Clayton joined us for his weekly appearance today on 790 The Ticket (he joins us & takes calls every Wednesday at 9am).
In his appearance, he gave us his thoughts on Chad Henne and how the offensive philosophy may be counterproductive for the young QB.
Now, he's not comparing his ability to Jason Campbell. He's making the comparison that the style of offense may put unecessary pressure on Henne.
Clayton, later elaborated on his thoughts about the Dolphins offense.
When the Dolphins added Brandon Marshall, Tony Sparano discussed how Miami needed a player like him to gain, "chunk yardage." Now, his team has been able to make some big plays down field, but early on they've still struggled to score quickly. Clayton, feels that this could be an issue.
Finally, we discussed the Wildcat. Clayton and I both agreed that maybe, it's time to limit the Wildcat to certain areas of the field or specific times in the game.
Many of the caller on my show agree with Clayton that the Wildcat may take Henne out of his rythm at times and that it seems to become more of a hindrance than a benefit.
So, now that you've heard what John Clayton has to say... What do you guys think?
(Via Dallas Morning News)
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban talked with The Dunham and Miller Show on SportsRadio 1310 The Ticket in Dallas on Wednesday morning and spoke for the first time on his impressions of LeBron James' free agent announcement.
“LeBron has every right to go wherever and do whatever, whatever team he wants to," Cuban said. "Going to the Heat was his choice, those guys working together. I don’t even have a problem with the three of them working together, as long as they follow all of the NBA rules, which I think they did.
Where I think LeBron made a mistake, was in how he did it. I don’t even have a problem that he had the tv show. But it turned out to be the largest public humiliation in the history of sports. He humiliated the organization, he humiliated the state of Ohio , the city of Cleveland. All of a sudden he became a bad guy, he lost a billion dollars in brand equity, give or take a couple bucks here or there. ...
"I told his folks that I think he got bad advice. It’s not about 'Can he move?' He can move, he can play for any team. I think he picked the wrong team (chuckles). There’s a team in Dallas that could have used him and that would have been better served but it’s his choice. But the way he did it I thought was just a huge mistake."
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