All-Football Friday! The questions facing Georgia

If you believed the polls, Georgia underachieved in 2008. If you believed Mark Richt, he and his staff did a masterful job overcoming a raft of injuries. Almost nobody expects as much from these Bulldogs, which has led some Georgia fans to suggest this might indeed be a big season. Got that? Good. Because we’re about to examine the questions facing the new-look Dogs:

• Is Joe Cox the next D.J. Shockley, who led Georgia to an SEC title after waiting his turn, or the next Joe Tereshinski III, who waited to little avail? Can Cox make the throws Richt requires of his quarterback? Can Cox maximize the talents of A.J. Green and freshman Marlon Brown? Since Green is the Bulldogs’ most gifted player, isn’t it mandatory that Georgia’s quarterback is more than just a game manager? Who takes over if Cox can’t move the team — true freshman Aaron Murray?

• Is Caleb King, of whom Bulldog Nation expects so much, really a first-string SEC tailback? Is Richard Samuel better than King? Is Carlton Thomas better than either? In his absence, are we about to see how good Knowshon Moreno really was?

• Can an improved offensive line make lesser backs look like Moreno? Is Stacy Searels as good an O-line coach as his reputation suggests? Is Trinton Sturdivant, back from injury, ready to become the SEC’s best left tackle? Is Georgia’s line, which lists no seniors among its starters, poised to be the new foundation of the program, as opposed to the annual question mark?

• Does bumping up John Jancek to co-defensive coordinator suggest Richt is displeased with Willie Martinez, with whom Richt insists he’s never displeased? Can the team that managed only 24 sacks in 13 games last season find a pass rush? Can Geno Atkins and Jeff Owens mount a push as defensive tackles? Wouldn’t it work even better if Justin Houston, who had three sacks on G-Day, turned into a real edge rusher?

• Is there a playmaker on D other than Rennie Curran? Is Curran the best Georgia defender since David Pollack? Can Curran make every single tackle? If not, why not?

• Will Branden Smith, the defensive back from Atlanta’s Washington High, start as a true freshman? Is he the best Bulldog DB since Champ Bailey? Will Richt, as he has hinted, let Smith return kicks and even play offense?

Bradley's forecast of 8-4 for Georgia is:

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• Were the three losses last season, each featuring a shocking breakdown, a sign that Georgia’s program, thought for so long to be on the rise, has crested? Will a tougher offseason approach yield fewer penalties? Will the realization that Moreno and Matthew Stafford are no longer around engender more of a communal urgency? Will Georgia walk the walk this season, as opposed to talking the talk?

• Is Richt really at his most dangerous when less is expected? Was the surprise 2005 conference title, achieved against an unassuming-by-SEC-standards schedule, the guidepost for this team or a false clue? Does Richt himself have something to prove after being ranked No. 1 in preseason and finishing out of the Associated Press Top 10?

Bradley says: Georgia will go 8-4, losing at Oklahoma State and Georgia Tech, losing to LSU at home and to Florida in Jacksonville.

(Coming next: At 3 p.m., check out the questions facing the 2009 Atlanta Falcons. And look here for an appraisal of Georgia Tech. It’s All-Football Friday!)

197 comments Add your comment

Mrs. Chanandler Bong

July 24th, 2009
10:33 am

Yes, little Rennie is the best. What he lacks in talent, he makes up for in determination. It’s easy to see how he pumps up the team and staff.

gatorman770

July 24th, 2009
10:35 am

….these and many more questions will be answered in the next episode of “SOAP”!

Otto

July 24th, 2009
10:36 am

J Cox will not be the next DJ but he will not be Joe T either. Cox is much more like JP Wilson over at Bama. he is a solid game manager that does not cost you the game. He also has a better arm than Wilson (Bama fans that is not a shot at JP)

The DL and OL will be vastly improved assuming injuries do not mount like last year.

The area that concerns me most is the secondary. Everyone talks about Stafford and Moreno but the 2 guys that will be missed most lined up in the secondary.

LSU? the QB has looked shaky even after the Jefferson stepped in. LSU also has tough schedule and UGA has a great record against them. If UGA gels enough in time to get past Okie Lite it could be a very good year in Athens. Owens and Atkins will help shut down GT.

I have said it before last year UGA had question marks in key areas especially after Sturdivant went down. I am liking UGA’s team better this year.

mcdawg

July 24th, 2009
10:38 am

Logan Gray looked good to me in spring ball

we will beat both OSU & Tech

both our O-Line and D-line will be great

Secondary concerns me espically the first game

11-2 see you in Orlando

Kendawg

July 24th, 2009
10:42 am

My biggest concern is injuries. They took us down last year. If we can avoid injuries, we could have a really good team.

Mark Bradley

July 24th, 2009
10:43 am

Good one, Gatorman. Back when I watched TV, I watched “Soap.” (Billy Crystal, Katherine Helmond, Robert Mandan, Richard Mulligan, Robert Guilluame … and Chuck and Bob!)

Cincinatti Bowtie

July 24th, 2009
10:44 am

UNDEFEATED SEASON, you know nothing MB.

HH

July 24th, 2009
10:47 am

If your prediction does come true and Georgia loses 4, with one to GIT, it will indeed be interesting to see what kind of excuses Richt & his loving admirers make this year as to why. And no, Joe Cox is no D.J. Schockley.

PT

July 24th, 2009
10:49 am

Crested, are you kidding me. We did not recruit very well in 03, 04, and 05. Since 06 and on we have recruited better every year with 2010 shaping up to be the best. Bottom line is the Talent is just now starting to peak with the Lines as the foundation. We have the best WR we have ever had for 2 more years. Winning titles or competing for titles is about 1 thing when you have the top 10 talent, Confidence as the year goes and that can be increased by a few early wins or derailed by a loss or injuries. 10-2

One Game At A Time

July 24th, 2009
10:53 am

Just focus on one game at a time and nothing else.

HUNKER DOWN!!!!!!!

LSU

July 24th, 2009
10:55 am

Your record against LSU is good, but not in the ones that count. Play hard in the big games and achieve, then someone will take the dawgs seriously.

MattyB

July 24th, 2009
10:55 am

You forgot the misplaced Vandy prediction from the GT blog. I’ll correct it for you, UGA 8 and 5 in 2009

RAMBLE ON!!!

July 24th, 2009
10:56 am

Lets see.

Joe T.

Hell no

Hell no

Hell no

Hell no

Hell no.

PT

July 24th, 2009
10:56 am

Hey LSU did the 05 title not count. Stupid post

PMC

July 24th, 2009
10:58 am

How can you underachieve when 2 of the best players on your team (Sturdivant,Owens) didn’t play in any of the loseable games.

Joshhh...

July 24th, 2009
10:59 am

Can you change the Tereshinski question from “little avail” to “NO avail” haha…
I don’t MB I don’t see us losing to OKState, that one is a little hard for me to grasp…
Lets hope these are too many questions!…

Bryan G.

July 24th, 2009
11:00 am

I think article illustrates a great point: UGA has a lot of questions going into this season.

I think par is more like 9-3. The whole season swings on how we play in Stillwater. Another “W” out of conference, and we may have a great 10 or 11 win season. A loss on the road, and Mark Bradley may be right…

PT

July 24th, 2009
11:00 am

Agreed PMC. Then throw on top of that 17 other season ending injuries. We did not even have contact in practice after the Bama game. That is the reason for the tackling issues.

PMC

July 24th, 2009
11:01 am

If they don’t win 10 or 11 this year they should really be thinking about making a change at DC. Even with the tough schedule.

They should be expecting to beat Oklahoma State. Good offense sure…defense? What defense?

LSU

July 24th, 2009
11:01 am

It counted, but did it lead to the ultimate prize, National Championship. Stupid post maybe, but accurate. See how well you did last year with your heightened expectations. Geaux Dawgs…

Bob

July 24th, 2009
11:03 am

LSU,
Not in the ones that count? What was the score in the last SEC Championship game we played? Duh. We are 1-1 under Richt in the games that “count” and 1-0 in the most recent one. The real question is for you guys is do you have the ability to keep Georgia from winning by 2 TDs or more. Or maybe keep Georgia below their 40+ point scoring average against you guys the last three times we have met.

PT

July 24th, 2009
11:03 am

The questions going into the season kills me. Every one has questions even Fla. How can you not question losing P Harvin and 2 starting tackles. USC lost 8 on defense. Its all about chemistry.

Long Dawg

July 24th, 2009
11:05 am

Lots of questions… Cox is no DJ but is no Joe T., Logan Grey will be in the mix to take some of the pressure off Cox. Odds are one of the three backs will emerge and suported by the best offensive line since Richt has been at Georgia the running game should be solid. Coach Searels is as good as advertised. The defense can only get better. Great interior line, experienced linebackers and I think we will see significantly more emphasis on getting to the quarterback any way we can. If Reshad Jones plays up to his potential and Braden Smith is as good as advertised the defensive backfield should be better, lots better.
Georgia will not lose to Oklahoma St. or Tech or LSU.

PT

July 24th, 2009
11:05 am

LSU, its about luck too. UGA could have easily been in the same situation as LSU or Fla in atleast 2 seasons this decade. That goes back to the things you cant control.

PMC

July 24th, 2009
11:05 am

I don’t think Georgia is bested in talent except for one game this year and that’s Florida.

They should feel are better than Oklahoma State, they get LSU at home and that worked out nicely the last time besides they stomped them last year and if they aren’t ready to absolutly wreck Georgia Tech by November with all the 45-42 getting rings minted and stuff…I think I’m ready to question thier manhood. They should absolutely destroy Georgia Tech this year… about like Florida put it on them last year.

LSU

July 24th, 2009
11:06 am

Bob,

Good point. You scoring machine. Last time I checked you do not get more wins for avg score. Of course you would know that, an over hyped program like Georgia. I bet you do not get 40+ this year in your own joint. Good luck.

Long Dawg

July 24th, 2009
11:07 am

LSU- our record against LSU is good but not in the games that count? I thought they all counted. You been eating to much boudain boy.

Class of '98

July 24th, 2009
11:09 am

Hey LSU, once in a century (at most) can a team LOSE when it counts and still win the national championship.

Just like LSU did in 2007. Never again will a team lose it’s last regular season game, at home, to an unranked opponent, and still play for the national championship.

Worst “national champion” ever.

PT

July 24th, 2009
11:10 am

The good news is Mark has never been right. He just is very good at his job an creates paper circulation

PT

July 24th, 2009
11:11 am

Class of 98, 2nd worst. Thech in 90 was worst

Cameron

July 24th, 2009
11:13 am

Is Joe Cox the next D.J. Shockley, who led Georgia to an SEC title after waiting his turn, or the next Joe Tereshinski III, who waited to little avail?

He isn’t the next DJ Shockley because he doesn’t run and doesn’t have as strong of an arm. He is very good though and will put to rest all questions early in the season. This guy hasn’t lost a game since little league. He broke all of Chris Leak’s records in North Carolina. Last time I checked Chris Leak was good enough to win a National Championship.

Can Cox make the throws Richt requires of his quarterback?

Yes. Cox can make all the throws he will be asked to make. Now, he might not be asked to throw a 20-yard deep out like Stafford did. But, there is a lot of starting QBs in the NFL that can’t make that throw. Graham Harrell had a pretty good career throwing the ball all over the field. Cox has a stronger arm than him. Matt Ryan’s arm probably isn’t one of the top fifteen strongest in the NFL. It is all about timing and anticipation, and being smart with the football of course.

Can Cox maximize the talents of A.J. Green and freshman Marlon Brown?

Cox can absolutely maximize the talents of AJ Green. Cox is more accurate than Stafford. He can hit AJ in stride to where AJ can pile up the YAC. Marlon Brown is very raw and is a redshirt candidate.

Since Green is the Bulldogs’ most gifted player, isn’t it mandatory that Georgia’s quarterback is more than just a game manager?

Cox will be asked to manage the game. Stafford was as well, and Peyton Manning, and Tom Brady, and Ben Roethlisberger. Cox will also be asked to win us a game. The media pegged him as a game manager, not our coaching staff. 4-star QB recruits who hold all of the passing records in North Carolina aren’t usually recruited to be “game managers,” you dig?

Who takes over if Cox can’t move the team — true freshman Aaron Murray?

Logan Gray will be the second team QB. Aaron Murray has the leadership and smarts to be a better true freshman QB than Stafford, but Logan throws and pretty ball and knows the offense.

RobertNAtl

July 24th, 2009
11:13 am

My guess (and I am a Vols fan) is that the Bulldogs will go 9-3. I can’t see them losing to Okla, State, Florida, LSU, *and* Tech. Richt will find a way to win at least one of those games — maybe two.

Mike the Tiger

July 24th, 2009
11:20 am

Georgia will win seven games. His Holiness will congratulate himself and his coaches and give everyone a raise.

Cameron

July 24th, 2009
11:20 am

Is Caleb King, of whom Bulldog Nation expects so much, really a first-string SEC tailback?

Yes, Caleb King is a 1st-string SEC tailback. He has been really putting in the effort to get better and to stay focused. Reports are that the LIGHT has definitely come on. It is amazing when playing time is to be had what it can do to one’s work ethic.

Is Richard Samuel better than King?

This remains to be seen. He has a lot of potential, but offers a little different style than Caleb. He has only played the position for three years, so he will continue to get better and better. He will start as second-string imo.

Is Carlton Thomas better than either?

No. But, he offers a totally different package as well. He is more of an outside, shiftier runner. He will see plenty of action on screens and flares out of the backfield. He will also see time on special teams. He will be more of a change of pace back. He is a threat to take it to the house every time he touches it though.

In his absence, are we about to see how good Knowshon Moreno really was?

Knowshon Moreno is really good, hence the 12th pick of the first round selection. But, our running game will not miss a beat. What we will miss the most is the energy that Knowshon brought to the table. That type of energy is infectious and really makes the offensive line want to block for you.

Herschel Talker

July 24th, 2009
11:21 am

Mark – do you think I’m going to agree with you or disagree with you? What about Lars Tainted?

Stephen Dysart

July 24th, 2009
11:21 am

Mark,

My answers:

Joe won’t be either DJ or JT 3, but he will get to taste immediate success with a victory over OK State on a national stage that could motivate him all the way to a BCS bowl appearance. Cox has already proven he can make the throws in tough situations, and with Marlon and AJ there to catch balls, he could potentially look as poised as David Greene was. I don’t like the term “game manager”. Please tell me the last UGA QB that wasn’t anything more than a “manager.” Staff, DJ, and Greene were all centerpieces in the offense in one way or another in more than a managerial role. IF, God forbid, Cox doesn’t show up, I think Logan gets the first shot at taking over.

Caleb is talented enough to start at tailback, but he won’t face the pressure of carrying 90%, 80%, or even 75% of the time. I think we’ll see a similar situation to Thomas Brown/Knowshon sharing time in 2007 (Brown rushed for 800 to Knowshon’s 1300 yards). Either Richard Samuel or Carlton Thomas will show up to be the second back in the tandem (my money is on Carlton).
The improved O-line won’t help create the next Knowshon but it will be one of the best in the SEC, allowing our tandem (trio?) of backs to get the job done and take some pressure off of Cox. Searels is a magician considering what he accomplished last year doing the lineman shuffle. Trinton Sturdivant will show up in a big way this year. If it stays healthy, Georgia’s line will be SCARY next year and yes, considered the foundation of the team (although the running game will get the spotlight).

John Jancek’s promotion suggests less of Richt’s displeasure with Willie, and more of him feeling public pressure to make such a move. Willie couldn’t handle all of the pressure, so Richt either had to let him go or get him some help. Face saved. Pass rush will be good, not great. Geno and Big Jeff Owens will lead the rush at first, creating some opportunities for our DEs to have some fun in the backfield. Enter: Justin Houston.

For other playmakers on D besides Rennie, look no farther than Reshad Jones and Jeff Owens. I see some of the younger guys stepping up as well (Nick Williams, Marcus Dowtin). Rennie has a chance to stake his claim to Pollack fame this season if he shows up in a big way to anchor the D and make clutch plays like he did last season with the forced goal-line fumble against South Carolina. Curran can’t make every tackle, but if he makes 100+ we’ll be fine (but my guess is he won’t need to).

Branden Smith is ridiculously fast and talented. He will develop into the next Asher Allen. He may or may not start at first, but by the end of the season he will be. With his blazing speed, Smith should return kicks.

The 3 losses will serve as nothing but motivation for the coaching staff to prepare the players better both in practice and conditioning. You can’t say UGA has crested because Richt, the players, and the student body are still hungry for a national title. With Richt at the helm, I think it is inevitable that UGA will at least get a shot at hoisting the crystal football. Fewer penalties are a must and Richt knows that. He won’t allow our players to keep hurting themselves with penalties to that degree. Communal urgency seems to be one of the themes of this preseason. Guys have to step up and take on a greater sense of personal responsibility. Leaders like Rennie and Jeff Owens have to make guys self govern and keep their conduct and work ethic appropriate. Let’s hope Georgia walks the walk, we had enough talk last preseason.

It’s a proven fact that Richt is most dangerous with Georgia is overlooked. Like it or not, it provides some fun road games and big victories. 2005 has nothing to do with now, the national and SEC football scene has changed and so has Georgia. It was a nice surprise, but the current players have to work to earn themselves some more national respect and respect around the SEC. Richt has proven himself as an excellent coach, now he has to prove that he has the stuff it takes to get to the next level. My modest prediction: SEC title in the next 2 or 3 years, national title in the next 4 or 5.
8-4 is too pessimistic, but I’m glad to see that you know your UGA stuff Mark. I’m very impressed with your questions.

Stephen Dysart

July 24th, 2009
11:25 am

Mark,

My answers:

Joe won’t be either DJ or JT 3, but he will get to taste immediate success with a victory over OK State on a national stage that could motivate him all the way to a BCS bowl appearance. Cox has already proven he can make the throws in tough situations, and with Marlon and AJ there to catch balls, he could potentially look as poised as David Greene was. I don’t like the term “game manager”. Please tell me the last UGA QB that wasn’t anything more than a “manager.” Staff, DJ, and Greene were all centerpieces in the offense in one way or another in more than a managerial role. IF, God forbid, Cox doesn’t show up, I think Logan gets the first shot at taking over.

Caleb is talented enough to start at tailback, but he won’t face the pressure of carrying 90%, 80%, or even 75% of the time. I think we’ll see a similar situation to Thomas Brown/Knowshon sharing time in 2007 (Brown rushed for 800 to Knowshon’s 1300 yards). Either Richard Samuel or Carlton Thomas will show up to be the second back in the tandem (my money is on Carlton).
The improved O-line won’t help create the next Knowshon but it will be one of the best in the SEC, allowing our tandem (trio?) of backs to get the job done and take some pressure off of Cox. Searels is a magician considering what he accomplished last year doing the lineman shuffle. Trinton Sturdivant will show up in a big way this year. If it stays healthy, Georgia’s line will be SCARY next year and yes, considered the foundation of the team (although the running game will get the spotlight).

John Jancek’s promotion suggests less of Richt’s displeasure with Willie, and more of him feeling public pressure to make such a move. Willie couldn’t handle all of the pressure, so Richt either had to let him go or get him some help. Face saved. Pass rush will be good, not great. Geno and Big Jeff Owens will lead the rush at first, creating some opportunities for our DEs to have some fun in the backfield. Enter: Justin Houston.

RAMBLE ON!!!

July 24th, 2009
11:25 am

Herschel Talker likes men.

wes stansbury

July 24th, 2009
11:25 am

Does Bradley ever do his homework?

Cameron

July 24th, 2009
11:26 am

Can an improved offensive line make lesser backs look like Moreno?

None of our backs will look like Moreno because well…they aren’t Moreno. Caleb is similar and faster, but still different. Samuel is more of a power back with good straight line speed. Thomas is a quick, shifty, electric change of pace back. Jackson is more of a power back. Our O-Line will be a strength and our running game will be really good.

Is Stacy Searels as good an O-line coach as his reputation suggests?

Yes. See 2007 and 2008. See also All-Americans produced at LSU.

Is Trinton Sturdivant, back from injury, ready to become the SEC’s best left tackle?

ACL injuries are really two-year injuries. One year to come back and play, another year to get full strength and range of motion back. He will be very solid and much needed, but I am not ready to anoint him the best in the SEC yet.

Is Georgia’s line, which lists no seniors among its starters, poised to be the new foundation of the program, as opposed to the annual question mark?

Yes, as long as Searels stays. We have 8 guys with starting experience. We should be able to withstand some injuries. We may rotate guys in and out more than we ever have, and not miss a beat.

Stephen Dysart

July 24th, 2009
11:27 am

Mark,

My answers:

Joe won’t be either DJ or JT 3, but he will get to taste immediate success with a victory over OK State on a national stage that could motivate him all the way to a BCS bowl appearance. Cox has already proven he can make the throws in tough situations, and with Marlon and AJ there to catch balls, he could potentially look as poised as David Greene was. I don’t like the term “game manager”. Please tell me the last UGA QB that wasn’t anything more than a “manager.” Staff, DJ, and Greene were all centerpieces in the offense in one way or another in more than a managerial role. IF, God forbid, Cox doesn’t show up, I think Logan gets the first shot at taking over.

Caleb is talented enough to start at tailback, but he won’t face the pressure of carrying 90%, 80%, or even 75% of the time. I think we’ll see a similar situation to Thomas Brown/Knowshon sharing time in 2007 (Brown rushed for 800 to Knowshon’s 1300 yards). Either Richard Samuel or Carlton Thomas will show up to be the second back in the tandem (my money is on Carlton).

Stephen Dysart

July 24th, 2009
11:27 am

(cont.)…

The improved O-line won’t help create the next Knowshon but it will be one of the best in the SEC, allowing our tandem (trio?) of backs to get the job done and take some pressure off of Cox. Searels is a magician considering what he accomplished last year doing the lineman shuffle. Trinton Sturdivant will show up in a big way this year. If it stays healthy, Georgia’s line will be SCARY next year and yes, considered the foundation of the team (although the running game will get the spotlight).
John Jancek’s promotion suggests less of Richt’s displeasure with Willie, and more of him feeling public pressure to make such a move. Willie couldn’t handle all of the pressure, so Richt either had to let him go or get him some help. Face saved. Pass rush will be good, not great. Geno and Big Jeff Owens will lead the rush at first, creating some opportunities for our DEs to have some fun in the backfield. Enter: Justin Houston.

Will

July 24th, 2009
11:28 am

You underestimate my UGA defense with lots of fresh talent that were NOT there last season! Marcus Washington, Jeff Owens, Sanders Commings, Branden Smith, etc. No way we lost to OSU. Did you not see the freakin Holiday Bowl last year? Okie State has the worst defense in the nation and they lost several seniors on that pathetic team. UGA turns a pile of heads in the first game of the season.

Also, no way we lost to Tech. Way too much talking smack from the dorks during the off-season and UGA will go into hotlanta and the dawgs will put Tech back in their place.

If we stay healthy and get some breaks UGA can be a 1-loss team this season.

KR

July 24th, 2009
11:28 am

10-2 with no losses out of conference. They will have a win against LSU or Florida, but suffer a loss to another SEC team.

Will

July 24th, 2009
11:29 am

lose, sorry guys

Herschel Talker

July 24th, 2009
11:29 am

RAMBLE ON!!! likes men who like men

r

July 24th, 2009
11:31 am

Stephen Dysart

July 24th, 2009
11:31 am

(cont.)

For other playmakers on D besides Rennie, look no farther than Reshad Jones and Jeff Owens. I see some of the younger guys stepping up as well (Nick Williams, Marcus Dowtin). Rennie has a chance to stake his claim to Pollack fame this season if he shows up in a big way to anchor the D and make clutch plays like he did last season with the forced goal-line fumble against South Carolina. Curran can’t make every tackle, but if he makes 100+ we’ll be fine (but my guess is he won’t need to).

Cameron

July 24th, 2009
11:32 am

Does bumping up John Jancek to co-defensive coordinator suggest Richt is displeased with Willie Martinez, with whom Richt insists he’s never displeased?

No, it does not suggest he is displeased with Willie Martinez. It suggest that he is pleased with Jancek and that he wants Jancek to stay in the program. Therefore, he added another title to his name so we could pay him more. I am sure he will help Willie, but Willie will still be the main man.

Can the team that managed only 24 sacks in 13 games last season find a pass rush?

Yes. More than a DE not emerging, losing Jeff Owens hurt the pass rush. Not having him anchoring the middle and drawing double teams, which frees up Geno to collapse the pocket from the middle, and funnel the QB into the arms of the DEs really hurt us last year. Plus, Kade Weston wasn’t fully healthy. Everyone double teamed Geno and made it even harder for unproven ends to make an impact. That will change with the return of Owens and a healthy Weston, plus B Wood and an older D Tyson. That DT rotation combined with more healthy DEs will significantly increase the sack total this year.

Can Geno Atkins and Jeff Owens mount a push as defensive tackles?

See above. Also, see 2007.

Wouldn’t it work even better if Justin Houston, who had three sacks on G-Day, turned into a real edge rusher?

Already has. We just have to get him back from suspension and turn him loose.

AC

July 24th, 2009
11:32 am

How long did it take you to write this article Mark Bradley?
How much research did you have to put in?
How much longer will you continue to write lame articles?
When will the AJC get a real writer who writes?