Keep up the good work Dennis.
Great job. And where are the Naysayers who claimed he would never make it in
the NFL. I do not see them eating crow at this time, but hiding.
You just can't buy publicity like that!But apparently you can
Pitta had naysayers? That would be the Utah fans.Actually, that would be Utah fans enjoying their team's awe-inspiring 4-6
As a die-hard Utah (though I like BYU too, just not as much) and Ravens fan, out
here in Ravens' territory, I love Pitta! Or as one of my (non-Mormon, but
extreme Ravens fan) co-workers says "We love our Mormon club on the
Pitta's a stud.Always has been.
Bloody and Blue Cougars, I don't personally know any Utes fans who ever
"nay-said" Dennis Pitta, he was a sure-handed pass-catcher and made Max
look really good at times (quite the accomplishment!). Tongue-in-cheek, though,
the Unicorn moniker is pretty fitting, as he's a one-trick (or horned) pony
in the passing game, with little use in the ground game.
@StGtoSLCYou must not be watching any Ravens games. One trick pony?
He's lined up as a Fullback, and I've seen in him many many run
blocking packages as a down lineman.One Trick Pony....hah. Open your
CougFaninWA, the Ravens rank 20th in the NFL in rushing. Just because somebody
lines up to do something doesn't mean they do it well. He's never been
a great blocker. This has been a well-known fact for a few years. Open your
eyes. Great receiver, though, I've never disputed that, just chill.
I'm sure there were a lot of doubters out there given how quickly Harline
flamed out in the NFL. As a BYU fan, I'm happy we have at least a player or
two doing something in the NFL. Still he's no Chad Lewis, not yet anyways.