SHOCKING Auburn News: Just In Auburn Tigers Just Confirm THE Departure Of Another Fans Most Favorite Top Experienced Superstar Player

Pete Thamel criticizes Shedeur Sanders by bringing up the former Auburn football quarterback.
Pete Thamel of ESPN used former Auburn quarterback Bo Nix as an example to illustrate his point that Shedeur Sanders of Colorado struggles to get rid of the ball when a pass rush is approaching. This effectively turned Nix’s name into a verb.

Regarding Shedeur (h/t AthlonSports), Thamel said, “There is some arm talent, there is some great athleticism and he’s put a lot of plays on tape that he really, really carried the ball.” “Excellent game feel. 52 sacks is something you can put a lot of blame on, right? The quarterback must eventually let go of the ball. He’s kind of like Bo Nix around some of those from his Auburn days. Of course, the line was garbage. That is obvious. He must therefore recover.”

Shedeur and Nix are comparable in that both must constantly flee for their lives, as the former Tiger did in the 2020 and 2021 seasons. Thamel is correct when he says this. However, Nix frequently attempted to break out of the pocket and make an impact with his feet, whereas Shedeur might be attempting to maintain his stats. Regretfully, unlike Pac-12 defenses during Nix’s two years at Oregon, SEC defenses prevent you from doing that.

Bo Nix’s time as an Auburn football player will go down in history as forever.
The fact that Shedeur, a player who is only ever criticized, is being negatively characterized by the national media for having played on the Plains, which is pretty evident that Nix’s time as a Tiger will always be seen negatively for the quarterback for the Denver Broncos.

It’s unfortunate because he had always preferred playing for Auburn and winning the Iron Bowl to managing an NFL team.

In many respects, though, that initial narrative was shaped by a segment of extremely critical Tiger supporters.

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