The title of this week’s Michigan Monday is a question because I just don’t know how accurate it is. What I do know is that the Wolverines are replacing receivers Jehu Chesson and Amara Darboh, as well as their 200 receptions over the last two seasons. How will they be doing that? I have some ideas.
It has been several weeks or maybe just two weeks or maybe even a month since I last completed a mailbag. I don’t know how long it’s been, I just know that it’s been long enough that I don’t feel guilty at all about asking for submissions. Generally, sportswriters request submissions because they have nothing to write about.
This being a spring game, I can’t sit here and pass any judgment on the offensive line or defensive line or the secondary because various units are split and the cohesion isn’t yet there. What I ended up doing is simply jotting down some notes on the players who will ultimately make up that defensive line or secondary or offensive line.
You’ve all seen a “Tale of the Tape” somewhere or other before. In sports, it’s a breakdown of one team against another. Who has the better quarterback? The better defensive line? The better cornerbacks? Etc. For me, those tales are always a bit flawed because the two quarterbacks never step on the field at…