Man that'd be pretty awesome. Comes into Nashville where Vanderbilt didn't even offer him, despite living close by and dominates in their city on Sundays.
Titans is a very good fit, and he'd be great value in the mid to late rounds for them to snag since there is a bit of a drop off after AJ Brown/Corey Davis in that WR group. Plus he's a great run blocker as well.
As couples, I thought Kenny and Kelly were really solid. I was stunned. Felt terrible for that guy. He was a class act. I think she eventually regrets that, but the timing and forced marriage aspect does the couples NO favors. They need time to develop.
Happy for Lauren and her husband.
Damien totally screwed G over. How could he get to the altar and do that? How could ANYONE go through that day, look them in the eye at the altar with all the love and then be like, “naw, I’m good.”... putting their families and partner through that?
You could tell Jessica could never get onboard but her wedding day she was like, “it’s all good! Soulmate...” 3 minutes later, “Peace out, thanks for the memories.”
Like I said, they are pushed into a certain time frame to be ready for marriage but at the same time, you understand that our culture does not progress relationships in this way, so sometimes I’m thinking, “what is wrong with her?” And other times I’m sympathetic realizing that it’s a stretch. Very conflicting for the viewer. I hate how the ministers all used the tired “walk away forever” line fed from the producers.
he was fascinating to watch. His deep shame which kept him in hiding his past coupled with how he flipped from being Mr. Nice guy in the pods to Thuglife at the resort was bizarre. He came in there with a rough exterior and then sabotaged the evening projecting his past rejections into her before he even told her.
Then as she tried to reasonably process the shocking information, he immediately rejected her before he could be hurt by her, not allowing her to reach a conclusion.