Originally Posted by CoverTwo
I think the reason Steve left the ball in the air was an attempt to get Dylan going. If Dylan were able to hit on some of the passes he missed, Spurrier would've started to mix in the running game sooner. But thats been an issue with Steve since Year 1. When he has a gun slinger back there, he wants to get his QB in a rhythm as soon as possible. Can't really fault him for that I suppose, but I agree, can't forget about your horse.
didn't really consider that as a reason. Makes total sense considering DT feeds off his own accomplishments. As much as im excited to see him be under center... im more excited to see his leadership role. Might be the spark we need. He is passionate. He is a leader. IMO we need those two things more than beefier lb's and angry dlinemen.