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Beth Mowins, Brian Griese will call Monday Night Football in Week One

ESPN has announced that its B-team for Monday Night Football in Week One will be Beth Mowins and Brian Griese.

As usual, the NFL will have two Monday night games in the first week of the season. ESPN had already announced that its top team of Joe Tessitore, Jason Witten and Booger McFarland will call the later Week One Monday night game, Rams-Raiders. Today ESPN announced Cheap Blackhawks Jerseys that Mowins and Griese will be in the booth for the early game, Jets-Lions, with Laura Rutledge as the sideline reporter.

You might have gotten familiar with Davis when he recorded a sack for the Crimson Tide in last year’s season-opening win over Florida State, about a week after he suffered a gunshot wound. He proceeded to lead an Alabama line featuring three 2018 draft picks (Daron Payne, Da’Shawn Hand, Joshua Frazier) with 8.5 sacks and registered 10 tackles for loss, second only to linebacker Rashaan Evans’s 1This season Davis has a chance to become the face of a unit that seemingly churns out NFL talent on autopilot. Yet unlike his defensive line predecessors in Tuscaloosa, at 6’7, 308 pounds, Davis will tower over the vast majority of blockers he faces.

The 2017 first-round draft pick threw 19 touchdown passes, an NFL record for a quarterback in his first seven games, and the Texans averaged 40.5 points per game in his six starts last season.

Fascinating clip. On almost every play we get to see the 15 seconds of basketball before Shamet actually makes a move. Builds up our expectations a bit… but it usually ends with Shamet hitting a 12-foot jumper or completing a finger roll. Shamet has some old-man game in him… at the 6:00-minute mark he has three head fakes in one play and goes up and under. That aspect of his game reminds me a bit of former Shocker Fred VanVleet. At the very least, this clip makes you want to find out more about Shamet

Holiday appears to be a very solid basketball player. In other words, he’s just not a YouTube guy. Then again, neither is his brother Jrue, and he’s pretty good in the NBA. So I hope my write-up won’t scare teams away from the UCLA guard.

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