Originally Posted by Blazing Arrow
You should not be happy if he actually learns to control his play. If Young actually plays decent, does not turn over the ball and can move the chains to a TD it will be hard for any D to stop him. This was one game and by no means indicative of how well he will play in regular season but if he has actually taken the next step you should not be happy if he replaces Collins.
That's a tall order for a player who's so raw and isn't the most cerebal player .