When a play happens that has everyone talking, it naturally becomes the topic of numerous articles.
Marshall Newhouse was beaten by Ndamukong Suh for a strip sack. Newhouse redeemed himself by recovering the ball, then had visions of making an even bigger play.
It all went horribly wrong:
Marshall Newhouse had visions of taking this loose ball to the house!— NFL UK (@NFLUK) November 6, 2017
They were short lived... pic.twitter.com/JYusjVF7Sl
That begged the question from our SB Nation editors… what offensive lineman would you move to a skill position and why?
The choice for the Arizona Cardinals was an easy one for me.
It's Earl Watford. Watford is an excellent athlete, he could line up and tight end or fullback and be successful as a blocker. Can he catch? That's a fair question, but what he can do is move and hit in space, something the Cardinals ask of their tight ends. Also, the basic job of a fullback is to be an extra guard on the field, so that's right in Watford’s wheel house.
Need a reminder of Watford's athletic ability?
While the Cardinals may never use a fullback, they have one if they ever want too.