Nov 19, 2021Liked by Christopher Helling

Nice coverage. Now I feel a bit better about the game. We should be running the rock, but like you say we'll probably see Musgrave trying to air it out on 3rd and 2 when we should be giving the ball to Brooks or Moore.

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Nov 19, 2021Liked by Christopher Helling



You are a great writer, in large part because you don't hold back on your opinions (much more so than most), and largely back it up with related video. Please keep up the good work.

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I don't know if this fits in the article, but I wanted to comment on the large number of children of former NFL players on Stanford. As best as I can tell:

Player - Father

1. RB EJ Smith IV - Emmitt (James) Smith III (Hall of Fame RB)

2. LB Jake Lynch - John Lynch (Hall of Fame SS)

3. RT Myles Hinton - Chris Hinton (13 year pro OT)

4. TE/DE Tucker Fisk - Jason Fisk (12 year pro DT/NT)

5. CB Kyu Blu Kelly - Brian Kelly (10 year pro CB)

6. CB Jimmy Wyrick - Jimmy Wyrick (5 year pro CB)

7. Zach Buckey - Jeff Buckey (4 year pro OL)

8. LB Gabe Reid - Spencer Reid (2 year pro LB)

9. QB Ari Patu - Saul Patu (2 year pro DE + arena league)

10. OC Drake Nugent - Terry Nugent (1 year pro QB)

11. LB Lance Keneley - Matthew Keneley (1 year pro DT)

12. FB Houston Heimuli - Lakei Heimuli (1 year pro RB)

13. LB Aeneas DiCosmo - Anthony DiCosmo (practice squad + arena league WR)

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Don't you dare give me hope.

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Per the information below (sorry, no link was provided), if drafted thirty five year old Thomas Booker will be, by far, the oldest person ever drafted into the NFL.

#1 – Oldest – Ove Johansson

Johansson was drafted into the NFL at 29 years old. Yes, you read that correctly. Johansson was drafted by the Houston Oilers in the 12th round of the 1977 draft. He was the oldest player ever to be drafted and the first Swedish player to be drafted as well.Sep 29, 2021

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