Zach Zenner, Z2K

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  1. Leonardfan

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    I'm not arguing that he has not produced. I am just comparing their circumstances coming into the league. It's an ideal comparison - same position - pretty much identical measurables (Johnson ran a 4.5 to Zenner's 4.6), both very productive with the one obvious difference between them.
     
  2. wile

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    IMO ZZ would have been at least average which is pretty good and in total above average because no locker room cancer, effort and assignment reliability. But thanks to the widespread societal hysteria of everyday everyone must play Jackie Robinson Day here we are where good men with outstanding abilities are discriminated against because 1st jews suffer mightily from delusions of paranoia, insecurities and in some cases outright psychopathic hatred and then the usual idiot whites who actually believe the caste nonsense along with the blacks who I often find to be more mature about it than the DWFs and the Bag O Donut coaches.
     
  3. white is right

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    Morris is the definition of a bald tire, Zenner has to have more in the tank than he does.

    Zenner can also play special teams, I have never heard Morris being anything but a running back. With the way the Cardinals backfield looks Zenner could pull a Peyton Hillis in NY and get a contract offer for next season if he gets meaningful snaps over the next few weeks.
     
  4. booth

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    ZZ should put the NFL in his rear view mirror and called it a day. He will never get enough playing time to justify putting his body through the rigors of special teams and being a tackling dummy. Put those degrees to good use and walk away while you can.
     
  5. white is right

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    I tend to agree as his mind is elite and could in theory save or prolong lives with a medical degree, like boxing and mma football can do irreparable harm to the brain. I recall John Urschel retiring on the spot after getting a bad concussion.........
     
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  7. Extra Point

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    Zenner was released by the Cardinals in December. So far he has not been signed by another team. It could be that his NFL career is over, unfortunately.
     
  8. Truthteller

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    Zach actually caught on with the Miami Dolphins to end the season, but appears to be off of their roster at this point (according to Ourlads.com). My guess is his NFL career is over, unless he can find a way onto the Vikings roster -- only team that showed serious interest in him back in the spring of 2019, before foolishly re-signing with the Lions. And, at this point, finding his way onto the Vikings appears to be a longshot.
     

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