Surely Justin Fields should be lethargic, because the way he did himself, the way he did on Friday night, would hurt you a lot in the NFL, more than the damage he suffered when Clemson LB James Skalski hit his head Declined and nearly half the ribs scrambled in the second quarter with a hit that led to an outrageous rejection for targeting Scalaski.
Repeatedly, and repeatedly, when Justin Fields will be reminded that you are the face of an NFL franchise, when you play for pay, it is important that you are important and you should avoid giving it to this old college. Let’s try, Vivek is the better part of heroism, and you better rein in your competitive juices in the vicinity of big and fast bloodshed predators with bad intentions.
But it was the College Football Playoff National Semifinal, and it was a holster-to-holster Gunslinger duel against the great Trevor Lawrence.
The NFL will shake its head and fully understand, and remember Justin Fields for how he got the moment and kept staring at Lawrence and leading Ohio State to Clemson’s 49-28 Sugar Bowl demolition in New Orleans with Nick Saban A National Championship Date Alabama.
All Fields (22-for-28, 385 yards) took away the pain and threw six touchdown passes. bombs Away. Accuracy and leadership and will to win your best.
That doesn’t mean Justin Fields would give the Jacksonville Jaguars a break with the No. 1-overall pick. No chance, no way.
This means that Justin Fields may have posed to Jets GM Joe Douglas with a second pick if he and Adam Gasey’s successors decide they need Sam Darnold’s successor.
The child was sure that it was the field of one’s dreams.
That successor would be Zach Wilson of either Fields or BYU.
And if Douglas and the next head coach decide to build around Darnold?
Well, the cost for the No. 2-overall pick just increased for a quarterback-desperate team that would woo Justin Fields.
Justin Fields had this proving ground after a pair of subpar performances against Indiana (3 INTs) and Northwestern (2 INTs), with some questions on his ability to process effectively.
It was Justin Fields’ big, bright stage when he was voted No. 11, a foul out of Clemson coach Dabo Swine for disrespecting the Buckeyes.
If Swinbody and defense coordinator Brent Wenbels were forgiven in LSU’s 42-25 national championship win last January, they had flashbacks for Joe Bureau (313 -49 for 463 yards and 5 TDs, 58 rushing yards. And 1 TD).
Fields had powdered his right part by crowning Skulsky’s helmet. He was on his back on the Superdome Turf, and remained there for an agitated minute.
No way Justin Fields was staying down. Or outside.
He went to the shore. He yearned. He missed a play. When he returned, he immediately fired a 9-yard TD pass to WR Chris Olave. He was examined in a medical tent. He was not coming out. He finished the first half 16-for-18 for 223 yards and 4 TDs. No one was talking about the thumb of the right hand, which he bounced against Northwestern.
At the beginning of the third quarter there was a tipped in the end zone.
And after a long run, Olave didn’t get a 55-yard TD dime that made it to Ohio State 42, Clemson 21.
And then: a rainbow for Jameson Williams for a 45-yard TD that made it to Ohio State 49, Clemson 21.
Six TD passes.
Second career loss to Trevor Lawrence.
Second-overall pick for Justin Fields.
Dream ground For someone