I can post many more, his highlights aren't tough to find.
No need to convince me.
Those are all recent highlights too which proves that he is NOT in decline. I expect next year we will see many more of those type of plays except this time in Black and Gold. Yeah!!!! 8)
thanks for posting those clips Hank! Lets just keep it going in 2012!!
As I said in another thread, I'm looking forward to seeing those long throws to our multitude of speedy receivers. Add to that the extra time provided by Burris's rollout ability, and we could be seeing a lot of those this year, the threat of which is sure to open up the running game.
Late Xmas wish: An HC and OC that have the ability to take advantage of this.
Very convincing video argument that you present, 15. I am hugging my new tiger cat hoodie in excitement!!
Seriously, I am a doubter, but after watching just SOME of the links you provided, you got me thinking and hoping.
I've seen Burris at his best and it's pretty darn good I would say. :thup:
We haven't had a QB of this caliber since Danny Mac in 1998. His age makes him a risk but even a young player can be a bust ( Printers anyone?). At 36/37, if he stays healthy, he can have at least 3 great years in Hamilton.
We had to make a change, bottom line, and he was the best available, and on a good year he is potentially the best in the league.
In only 14 starts in 2011, Burris still managed to compile a:
63.6% completion rate
3,687 yds passing (approx 4,752 over 18 games)
20 TD's 12 INT's (26 TD's over 18 games)
385 yds rushing for 4 TD's (504 yds over 18 games)
and a 93.6 passer efficiency rating
Even a "bad" year for Hank is pretty darn good.
and just the previous year (2010), Hank was a MOP machine compiling an astounding:
66.2% completion rate
5,000 yds passing
38 TD's 20 INT's
491 yds rushing
101.9 passer rating
(not to mention numerous other outstanding seasons under his belt)
point is, Hank should be a major contributor for the Cats. The sky is not falling as some suggest.
Hank will having us say Kevin who? The rest of the receivers and the O-line will be smiling' with Hank e.arly in the year. Awesome trade which will produce awesome results.
Found another one that is even more stunning than his other runs posted above.Enjoy![url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dP3PnIOYln4&feature=related]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dP3PnIOY ... re=related[/url]
I was a sceptic and remain one because of Smilin Hank's age, but if he has any gas remaining in his aged
tank, he may just get the job done for us. Don't get me wrong, I've always been a fan of this perennial
star, but age sometimes has a quick and nasty way of catching up with great athletes.
Henry looks after his body religiously and this could stand him in good stead for a season or two.
Henry looks after his body religiously and this could stand him in good stead for a season or two
Like Calvillo for sure but it takes more than that for a winning Grey Cup potential team.
This video is from 2009! If this was 2010, this would have been a great move. But it's not, it's 2012. I suggest you watch these videos to see the type of player Hamilton traded for:http://watch.tsn.ca/cfl-news-and-highlights/#clip550181 http://watch.tsn.ca/cfl-news-and-highlights/#clip550187