Many fans have also asked why Phommachanh hasn’t received more of a look, and Elliott said the coaches don’t want to disrupt Uiagalelei’s rhythm.
“DJ has done what we've asked him to do. He's played better each week. So I think he's improving. And we wanted to get - you saw in the first drive we wanted to get Taisun in there. - we want to have a little bit of a package for him,” he said. “But then as the game goes on, you just get into you get into that dog fight. And so DJ is doing well. He's playing well, don't want to disrupt what he has going on. But obviously, for us, Taisun is a guy that we believe can help us in certain situations, and his role will expand as we go forward.”
Re: ^^^ That's where I was trying to go with my post.***
Oct 18, 2021, 11:12 PM
I wouldn't give Tony Elliott or any other rich and successful person a free pass at another job. No way to know if they could do better than you at your job. There are so many factors.
I just think back to anyone who has tried different careers. Michael Jordan wasn't good at baseball. Do I think Tony could be good in marketing? Maybe, maybe not. Many engineer types hate anything remotely related to sales. So maybe he would hate it.
Not sure if you wanted me to get into that. I definitely think this is an interesting topic though.