Fuente: Hooker QB1 Against Boston College

He qualified his statement a bit with "unless things change" but that seemed as if it was related to a COVID-19 intervention.

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"Unless things change" = unless we have to move him to LB

Worked for UNC?

When you compare Hooker's play versus Burmeister's in the UNC game, how could you not make that decision. It is abundantly clear that Hooker is the better QB.

Agreed. I defended BB during the Duke game because I didn't think he was that bad, but now seeing Hooker run this offense immediately after BB, it's a no-brainer. I'm just baffled and frankly a little frustrated why if Hooker was good to go Saturday he didn't start over BB. I just do not get our QB decisions and gameplan on O.

Fuente seems very risk-averse when it comes to QB play (see "predicted outcomes" from year 1, etc) and he probably felt that BB's adequate performance had less risk than HH coming back for the first time this season.

I don't agree with that decision, but it is one possible explanation.

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I can see this and think that he wanted to ease HH in. At half I assume it was something like. We've gotta do something so HH you're in b/c he had no other choice.

HH may have just beaten their expectations for his playing ability; which is a good thing.

It's ok that he was wrong about HH being ready to play....he obviously saw what he was doing and didn't pull him at all in the 2d half.

I mean basically a positive unexpected outcome.

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to ease HH in

Ease him in?? How many games did Hooker play last year? In this exact same offense no less. I think he's already been "eased in."

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Physically - he was out for 3 weeks, lost weight and wasn't physically where he was prior to coming back. I think not playing him against Duke made sense. I think they were overly conservative with the UNC plan.

Remember - this is why Hendon and his dad stayed with Fuente when he was in the transfer portal a couple of years ago.

This is what I was talking about. Not his knowledge of the offense.

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As it should be, praise the lord. I hope it fires up the guys a little more playing for HH

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Good.

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Now we just need Corny to realize you can hand the ball off to you star RB in the first half as well, you don't have to save him for the second.

but in madden I get big runs in the 2nd half when my rb is fresh and the defense is tired

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No, I *don't* want to go to the SEC. Why do you ask?

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Can we get him to talk to Longo for a few minutes maybe?

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Of course he is, Fuente has been calling him the starter since Fall camp, even when he wasn't able to play. And now that he's back it's apparent that he is definitely the choice over BB to elevate the offense that much more.

It's not just on TKP, but I never understood why people think that Fuente is intentionally playing someone who he has already named as 'not the starter' over someone he has called the starter repeatedly, and who very obviously elevates the game by opening up more of the passing game. I can guarantee you someone who is getting paid millions to field the best team isn't playing the backup QB over the starter because he just wants to.

I think has a little bit to do with the following:
2018: Jackson vs Willis and going with Jackson early (and sticking with Jackson when Willis provided more)
2019: Willis vs Hooker and going with Willis early (and sticking with Willis when Hooker provided more)

And so 2020 looks to be a repeat of 2018 and 2019 on paper, but probably has more to do with COVID protocols and lack of practice.

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This is all consistent with my "Fuente is conservative to a fault" theory.

2018: Jackson takes care of the ball. Willis does not.
2019: Hooker was injured to start the year, sat as long as possible to get healthy.
2020: BB has 2 wins and most of the practice reps.

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Willis was not better than Jackson in 2018 that's just flat ridiculous

do you really want to rehash the 2018 ODU game? that is the most defining moment of 2018 Jackson.

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A game where he objectively outperformed Willis besides one interception? And where Bud's defense gave up over 600 yards to a 3 win CUSA team? No because that has nothing to do with JJ's career at VT

so, objectively better?

do you honestly think the slow-footed, slow decision maker, throw the ball away every other play Jackson wins us more games in 2018 than Willis? Especially with that defense?

edited: Yes, Jackson's leg is the reason for replacement in 2018. Apologies there. But the calls to replace Jackson were there from the beginning of 2018 and lasted until his transfer over the summer.

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Did you actually forget that he broke his leg?

Edited to be nicer.

Jackson was getting benched with or without the broken leg the rest of the season. Hence why he transferred and flamed out at Maryland.

This is just not true. We had just beaten FSU in Tallahassee (and their season hadn't totally gone off the rails yet) and drubbed W&M 62-17. Not a single person was calling for Jackson's job is 2018.

He sucked like the rest of the team against ODU but the revisionist history of saying Fu should have gone to Willis is crazy.

Yeah fair enough. I guess I was more talking about leading up to the ODU game. Also, I just looked (briefly) through those threads and wow what a dumpster fire.

Not one word of this is true.

Just when I thought I'd stored that game so far back in my mind...that it had been forgotten.

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Agreed here, I never had any faith in Willis as the starting QB.

I never understood why people think that Fuente is intentionally playing someone who he has already named as 'not the starter' over someone he has called the starter repeatedly

Because it literally happened 48 hours ago?

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Its no secret that hooker has not practiced for a significant time period and its not crazy to not dump him right back in

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And yet even the unprepared rusty Hooker still put up the kind of numbers that he did. So, was he better prepared to play than our coaches realized or is he just that good? Either way, the results do make you question the decision.

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unprepared rusty Hooker

Eww... sounds like $14 poorly spent

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It's not necessarily about preparation, but conditioning. It's hard to play a full game without proper conditioning, not to mention injury concerns that come into play when you're fatigued and can't protect yourself like normal.

The Rusty Hooker sounds like a great name for a bar, or a towing company.

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I guess I just don't understand why it has to be that he is actively not playing the best player rather than the fact that Hooker hasn't been practicing and might not be 100% back to playing speed. Maybe Hendon wanted to play a drive in the 1st half to see how he felt before coming back in full time, or maybe the coaches or the medical staff wanted to play him for one drive and see how he handled it rather than throwing him in right off the bat, or maybe everyone thought he was ready in the 1st half and then something didn't feel right so he asked to come back out until halftime, etc. I'm not part of the team, so I'm obviously not there involved in making any decisions, but it just seems to me that everyone is just quick to say that Fuente is being dense and not making easy decisions, but really it probably isn't that easy of a decision because of all the external factors.

I don't think Fuente is perfect by any means and he has some issues he needs to sort out, but I guess I just don't see BB playing the first half instead of HH being as big of an issue as everyone else does. To me, it seems like it was purely due to all of the medical concerns, lack of practice, and wanting to make sure he was ready rather than actively wanting to play Burmeister over a QB who is clearly better.

Fuente didn't help himself any with his post game presser answer to the question. In fact he seemed to not be able to recall when Hooker went in or for how long in the first half.

Why not make the change when BB has gone three and out on our first 3 possessions, we're down 21 - zip and it is clear the game is getting away from us?

Why take BB out of the game immediately following his first TD drive?

I wanted to see Hooker start but I can understand why they went with BB. And if I squint I can see why they stuck with him for the whole 1st half. It's just extra frustrating after the fact because it seems clear that had Hooker started it's plausible to think that we could have gone blow for blow and maybe even got the W.

Instead we put ourselves in a hole by starting a 1 dimensional QB and left him in the game after it was clear that he couldn't keep up with UNC's offense.

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I feel like I've seen some people on here say "if Hooker was ready to play against UNC he should have started" and sort of taken for granted that Hooker was at 100%. I don't think that's the case, especially from a conditioning perspective. It doesn't seem like a given that Hooker could have played at that level for an entire game after missing so much practice/conditioning earlier in the season.

HH also wasn't taking first team reps this past week either for whatever reason (conditioning, rust, etc.)

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honestly, it didn't even feel like BB did as well as the numbers say.

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Most of those yards came on the ground. He was effective running the ball, but only 79 yards passing the entire half.

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Yeah, no one in their right mind would watch BB pass the ball and be comfortable with that moving forward.

He's adequate at running the offense to the point of beating Duke, but honestly I'd prefer to have Quincy as QB2 from here on out. I want to see him throw more.

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Wasn't QP dropping dimes against ND last year as well?

I'm surprised he doesn't get more PT. He's looked good when he's had a chance.

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I don't think QP can make all the throws yet. He's good on the fade, for certain.

He can make 1 throw reliably. Maybe. And that throw requires the receiver to win the play.

To date, QP has played about 8 quarters of football and has a 39.5% completion rate when the D schemes are basically begging him to throw it.

We've yet to see him throw across the middle or check through progressions, but then again we didn't see anything from him last year until UNC and he was capable of more than we thought.

So either he's not ready to make all the throws, or he can and the staff just doesn't trust him. Both are very plausible.

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Patterson's on track to be ready to play QB for the 2028 season at his current rate of development.

We've yet to see him throw across the middle or check through progressions

I am pretty sure French said much the same thing to my comment about Quincy taking a step forward following last years 6 OT game at Lane.

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I agree, QP looked better in the NCSU game as well. BB is more accurate with the ball than QP, and that may be what Fuente sees. However, I feel like the problem is BB doesn't have the arm strength and his throws kind of float even if they get to the right destination.

My theory is that might look alright in non-contact drills, but not in a live game with DBs competing for the ball as well.

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Was it throwing into double, triple or the quadruple coverage on Saturday that made you think that?

To Fuente's credit BB probably looked like a #1 pick throwing against our defense.

Cool.

Wait that is a logical decision, how did Fuente arrive at it?

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FTFY

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Didnt he have one bit where he made a sarcastic laugh or am I remembering it wrong? Shit I might need to go rewatch the original trilogy to refresh my mind

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I think it was real laughter.

No f-ing shit. Maybe Corn and Fu are offensive gurus rafter all

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Hooker has been the best QB on the roster for 2-3 years and we still got stuck with Jackson and Willis anyway. 21-0 and Hooker was riding the pine.

Time in development matters. Hooker 3 years ago would not be the same as Hooker now.

Instant success 5* freshman QBs have warped expectations on this in recent years.

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But perhaps Hooker now would be better if he had started 3 years ago. Idk about you, but whenever I get a chance to work on something over and over again, I tend to get much better at it.

Idk about you, but whenever I get a chance to work on something over and over again, I tend to get much better at it.

Not me, I'm shit at everything.

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So then, you'd rather not be thrown into a high stakes situation where you had to do something which you had never worked on would you? This is what we'd have been doing if Hooker played 3 years ago.

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It's not his first time playing football lol. I assume he would also be working on the offense throughout the year at practice as well.

So yeah, given how average our QB play has been I would have rather done that.

Fuente has been public about not wanting to throw an unprepared qb into the fire based on his own past experience. My theory is that is one reason he relates to Burmeister for, because he should have never been playing his freshman year. It may also explain why he overprotects "his" recruits.

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Hooker 3 years ago would not be the same as Hooker now.

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I don't remember any point prior to the Miami game last year where Hooker came into a game and looked like a world beater.

I do believe that he's developed since arriving on campus and that starting BB against UNC made sense.

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I'm really looking forward to seeing what this offense can do with Hooker running the show again full time. I totally agree that Burmeister wasn't looking too great at times running the offense, but we did put up some big numbers while he was behind center.

but we Herbert did put up some big numbers while he was behind center.

FTFY

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Herbert's been one of the bright spots no doubt, but don't forget that 10 others wearing maroon and orange were out there with him on any given play doing their part to help him put up those numbers.

I'm really looking forward to seeing what this offense can do with Hooker running the show again full time. I totally agree that Burmeister wasn't looking too great at times running the offense, but we did put up some big numbers while he was behind center.

Your first quote (emphasis mine) is all about a single position

Herbert's been one of the bright spots no doubt, but don't forget that 10 others wearing maroon and orange were out there with him on any given play doing their part to help him put up those numbers.

Your second quote flies directly in the face of the theme of your first quote

and yet, you're focused on a single position - QB - Hooker vs Burmeister. Yes, there are 11 players on the field. And yes, Burmeister has looked very limited in the passing game. But to suggest that this offense was moving down the field pretty well with him and therefore you're excited about an upgrade at that position is to suggest that one person makes a difference. I would argue, then, that if there is any single player on the offense who stands out as a contributor, it's Herbert. He's done more with less than anyone else on that side of the ball, IMO.

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I don't understand how you are concluding that Herbert has done more with less. The OL has been one of the best we've had in a long, long time. BB's management of the running game has been ok.

I'd like to refer to French's excellent offensive film review where he talks about the effect that Hooker had on the UNC defense. Basically, once BB was out, they had to align and cover to respect the throw and, lo and behold, running lanes opened up. Instead of being met in the hole by a safety, Herbert was able to get a few yards free of the scrum and juke the safeties out of their boots just because they had to line up deeper.

Same O-line, different defense and the only change was Hooker vs. BB.

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Basically like the VT D had to scheme the entire game - but because of the D2 personnel in VT's secondary and choosing death by a thousand cuts rather than long passes.

as a group, the OL is most certainly the strength of our team. I'm not denying that. But looking at INDIVIDUAL contributors, Herbert has done more for this offense than anyone else to date. This whole debate is stemming from a TIC correction I made to the original comment, which is silly. Herbert has accounted for a lion's share of the yards and points this team has produced. The original poster was expressing excitement at what Hooker could do because he's better than Burmeister but look at what he's done. Well, he hasn't really done it, has he. It was Herbert. The premise of the original post completely ignores the work Herbert has done. That was the point I was trying to make. And when I made it, the original poster replied that Herbert couldn't do it without the other 10 players. They're not wrong, technically, but they're downplaying the importance of Herbert relative to the team when a single breath ago they were gushing over the importance of a single player (position).

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The only part of your statement I didn't get was the more with less part. I agree that the offense, like the previous two weeks ran through Herbert and that he was more effective once HH came in.

I mean being able to eclipse 100 yards in 3 straight games despite having virtually no threat of a passing attack to loosen up the defense for 2.5 of those games. When you consider how much easier it was for him to run with Hooker in the game, presenting more of a threat to move the ball through the air than Burmeister (at least, in UNC's view), it's pretty impressive what he accomplished against NCST and Duke. What I mean is that the running and passing attacks complement each other. If you're effective at one it makes the other one easier to do. Burmeister was never able to demonstrate that he could reliably punish defenses with his arm so the lack of a passing threat made Herbert's (and the OL's) job(s) much more difficult. On the flip side, Herbert is such a strong runner (running behind a pretty darn good OL) that the running game should have really opened things up for the QBs. The fact we haven't really thrown the ball very much (or very well) is a bit of an indictment on the QBs' ability to throw effectively. Therefore, Herbert has done more (objectively a lot more production than anyone else) with less (help from the passing attack relative to how the running game should be opening up the passing opportunities). That's what I mean by that..

But again, this is all sort of silly. Do I think this offense will be better with Hooker than it was with Burmeister? Absolutely. At least for as long as defenses respect Hooker's ability to beat them with his arm. He will have to prove that, though. I still think he's got more upside than Burmeister. So, in effect, I agree completely with the original post. I was just pointing out that the offense has literally run through Herbert. Not at all trying to slight the OL or WRs. It's just objectively true that Herbert has produced more, as an individual, than any single other player. I recognize, however, that without the OL mashing folks he likely wouldn't have all the running lanes he's taken advantage of. But he has taken advantage of them and we haven't seen that in years.

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Made a noticeable difference returning kicks as well.

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BB has put up 488 all purpose yards and is the 2nd leading rusher on the team through two and a half games. That's not nothing.

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Hot take - next year move Burmeister to LB/safety (sadly he's too short for TE). Think we need him at QB this year, but with his speed and an extra 20lbs he could be a force on the defense (if he can tackle). I think HH is clearly the starter next season, and without a position change this spring, I think he transfers.

The NFL would gladly take a Hooker.

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I think he would be pretty good at receiver running the jet sweep *ducks*

Agreed, but I think we're deeper at WR then we are at LB, and Chazz Surratt from UNCheat has been fairly successful in his transition to LB.

Yeah, but he's 6'3", 230 and BB is 6'1", 205...

I just think he's quick and a good runner. If he has semi-decent hands I think he would be a good slot receiver

My opinion-BB won't transfer at this point. With a reasonably good rest of season, I even see HH taking his chances on the League, and leaving in 2021.

Wait, who honestly thinks HH will transfer? If we're losing HH to any other team at this point, it will be an NFL team. Barring injury, he's the obvious QB1 going forward. QP is the only one I could see having something to gain by transferring, and even then, only maybe.

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I don't see HH staying for another season. I hope he jumps and makes good money in the NFL. Just remember, holding a clipboard for 18 weeks makes you....what? $610k for the season? Yeah, let's do that.

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Uh, not getting drafted or picked up as an UDFA means you don't even get to hold a clipboard and you burned your eligibility. While HH has been great for us, I just checked a bunch of draft boards and they don't have him anywhere. He'd probably have to have an amazing season to leave - anything shy and he probably needs another year in college.

I may be to optimistic about his draft stock, missing out on the first 2.5 games certainly hurts. As a fan I want to see him succeed, and I certainly think he has the tools to go early. I also am a bit pessimistic about how much offense returns next year. Maybe I'm jumping the gun, so I'll revisit this in January after the season is over.

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I don't see Hooker as an NFL prospect yet if ever. He isn't even as good as Jerod Evans yet.

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Not yet, but time will tell. Regardless he's in a position to showcase himself for the league at VT and very obviously has no reason to transfer. The original commenter edited to clarify they meant to say they thought BB wouldn't transfer which makes more sense.

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Agree with the first sentence, but I'm not so about the second. In terms of pro potential, HH has a better and more accurate downfield arm than Evans. But it's not elite (which is why it's likely a moot point).

Agree but neither is Lamar Jackson's

It's going to be very difficult for a QB to get drafted high in Fuente's offense IMO. From what we've seen so far, the QBs are just not asked to make difficult reads/throws on a regular basis, especially not in the middle of the field. It's possible if we were to get a guy who Fuente recognizes is extremely good and can handle more, but right now the offense is too limited to get a guy without crazy production/talent drafted high.

Edit: The *current* version of Fuente's offense. Lynch and Dalton were likely running more advanced concepts that we're seeing from the current offense. Hopefully next year it will take a step forward, Hooker looks great and gets drafted in 2022!

Many college coaches have been simplifying their systems for over a decade now and as OU's QBs under Riley have shown, they will still get drafted if they are good enough.

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100% agree, if a QB puts up the numbers of the last couple OU QBs they will get drafted very high. Don't see that happening any time soon though. The point is, while the NFL is warming to the idea of drafting QBs from "college" systems, Fuente's offense does not ask a lot of his QB in terms of passing complexity and scouts will see that.

Paxton Lynch? Or is the 26th overall pick not considered high?

Yes, and how did that go?

Your criteria was "get drafted high".

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And you could even argue you can't get drafter "higher" than to Denver in the first round...

Sorry, maybe my first comment was poorly worded. The current iteration of Fuente's offense appears to limit the number of difficult throws/decisions for the QB. Which is fine! Fuente's job is to win college games, getting players to the NFL is secondary. Lynch got drafted high, yes. Dalton got drafted fairly high as well. As I said in another comment, I hope the offense progresses to some more advanced concepts when/if Hooker returns next year. IMO, the current version of Fuente's offense does not showcase all the aspects of a quarterback that NFL scouts would like to see. So, it's less likely, not impossible, that a QB will get drafted high because there will be a lot of projection involved. The offense has been like this since Fuente got here, and hasn't progressed because he has never had a QB start for more than a season and a half (hopefully this is the reason).

Fuente's system adapts to the QB, as the QB develops... Lynch was running a much more complex passing scheme his SR year than his FR year for example

That's a good point, and hopefully we will see similar progression with Hooker or another QB who can start for us for multiple years. But right now, it's slants, fades, posts, and TE throwbacks.

passing downs were tough for us last year - UVA game being a prime example. Hooker getting better at the drop-back passing game will be an important part of his development.

I would think this has been exacerbated by no QB having more than 1 full season of game experience in the system. Hooker has the best set of tools since Evans and plenty of eligibility left to develop them. Hopefully he and the system can grow together for a while.

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Agreed! Hopefully with a real offseason, he will look even better next year.

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I'll be inviting and watching a Hooker in my living room after hours.

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