Just a simple observation after listening to Coach P’s comments about Sims being our starter as QB. I remember a huge emphasis last year by CGC that we didn’t have depth charts or starters but only ATL and all those players who were “ATL” are expected to get playing time. Of course it’s almost impossible to faithfully promise multiple players within the same position group playing time if they are all deemed “ATL” resulting in reducing playing time/much less pull a premier player so the others get their reps in. It’s such a tricky balance between verbiage and implementation in the “real world”. However it’s an appealing marketing/recruiting technique to throw out there when talking to future recruits. Although the face value or tone of this post may seem bias/negative I am not really intending it to be that way I am genuinely curious. Are we shifting away from things like having a DJ on staff pumping music, weightlifting on the sidelines pregame, energy crew, money downs, Waffle House cups (I miss the WH Wednesdays interviews). I would like to hear more updates on the status of the OL from Brent Key. He was so vocal at the onset of his hiring. I really thought that he would be more visible/present in the media/interviews talking about the transition, coaching skills, and progress of where they’ve come from as we have moved away from the identity of TO offensive linemen. Plus I thought it would be great training for him to have practice/gain experience interacting with the media/press if he has HC ambitions. I am hoping for insightful comments and not critique of grammar or parsing of words. I am just looking to see what the opinions of others are as we move forward in this transition of development of a FB program under GCG.