Where did you get this? I read previous comments and did not get any indication that people were saying anything more than, "He has great potential and has played very well today." Not feeling your paranoia.
They brought him in because they thought he was better than Horton. They watched him at practice for a day or two, and cut Horton. I think he will be credited with 3 sacks today (if causing intentional grounding counts).
If the thread title is "Practice Tweets" and you babble on about stuff that is not related to the "practice tweets", you make it difficult for those of us who clicked on this thread to read about "Practice Tweets" to actually find the "practice tweets." I assure you, if the thread had been titled, "Random babblings from fans who can't focus on a theme" I probably would not have read any of it.
Correct. Cam is not the ball carrier if the ball is out of his hand, no more than a runner is a ball carrier after he runs out of bounds or his knee hits the ground. Of course, we had Fox's C team, so we get a closeup of a Saints fan wearing Mardi Gras beads or something stupid like that instead of the qb getting roughed. Off topic: I am sick of the stupid camera angles of the crowd, someone in row D seat 33, the coach's head shots, etc. up until the snap of the ball. I like watching the coverages, the alignments, the motion etc. They think the only thing that counts is the time from the snap of the ball through the whistle. Idiots.
Harris is confident his client can do either, noting Allen typically is “the smartest guy on the field at any time in the game, maybe with the exception of the quarterback." vs. Tampa Bay: Harris is confident his client can do either, noting Allen typically is “the smartest guy on the field at any time in the game."
I agree, I have tried to defend Shula because people don't give him the same excuse they give Cam---not enough talent around him--but there are times when the play calling is predictable and without strategy, in my novice opinion. As much as I hate it, Cam needs to run to be effective, and Shula seemed to get that vs. the Texans. We give Remmers and Oher and our guards credit for stopping Watt and Clowney Sunday, but the play calling froze them a lot. Many did not seem to realize that. However, in the grand scheme of things, I want more from the OC--not flashes now and then. I think we get really frustrated when we do not go for the throat when we could put teams away.