The bigger problem IMO of starting clifford on a short leash is that he is already pressing and that is leading to mistakes. If he knows he has a short leash, he probably presses harder. If you want clifford at his best, he doesn't need a bunch of added pressure.Nice summary, Obli.
The problem with starting SC and having a short leash, IMO, brings you back to Saturday when Will came into the game. You have it in your summary. The game plan will likely be designed for SC skills, not WL’s skills.
Start Levis and roll with it.
To soon to call for the back up to the back up?😉. Roberson needs to get reps. (Please turn sarcasm meters up).