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Jeremy Igo

Armah to see increased role.

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Further proof of Rivera's mental deficiencies. Takes injuries for the right guy to see the field.

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1 hour ago, Jeremy Igo said:

With Manhertz on IR Rivera said Armah would be getting more reps.

 

It's a shame it has taken an injury for that to happen. Should have happened long long ago. Manhertz is awful.

Well, Manhertz is technically a "veteran" and Armah is this awful thing called a "rookie".

And the head coach is Ron Rivera.

QED.

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2 hours ago, Mr. Scot said:

Rivera hardly ever benches anybody for performance. Our depth chart only gets rearranged when someone gets injured.

seems to me that players go from starter to released/traded more than they are benched for performance.  see kb, bene, jason avant for recent examples.  josh norman in 2013 is about the only performance based benching i can remember.

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1 hour ago, pantherphan96 said:

Armah is not that good and thinking that a blocking FB is gonna make a difference for this offense is laughable

He can be just as good as that poo we trotted out last week I'm sure.

 

I admit the bar is set real low though.

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1 hour ago, Fox007 said:

Further proof of Rivera's mental deficiencies. Takes injuries for the right guy to see the field.

We also heard how CAP could come in and save the day for us. He was a superstar that just needed a chance!

Well... yeah, that didn't happen.

Everyone has their favorite guy on the bench or special teams that just needs a shot. Sadly, they rarely work out. Rarely. Norwell, Smitty, Delhomme. That's about it for this team so far, and that's a pretty good set.

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2 minutes ago, Khyber53 said:

We also heard how CAP could come in and save the day for us. He was a superstar that just needed a chance!

Well... yeah, that didn't happen.

Everyone has their favorite guy on the bench or special teams that just needs a shot. Sadly, they rarely work out. Rarely. Norwell, Smitty, Delhomme. That's about it for this team so far, and that's a pretty good set.

No we didn't, there was nothing to save and if you're actually paying attention to sanjay then LOL, especially since no one including san said he was a superstar yay made up arguments that no one said.

I know you're not retarded enough to think that CAP shoulda done something more on a day when literally 0 players on offense did anything.

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Rivera is terrible at personnel decisions. You will never get the best 11 on the field on either side of the ball.

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3 hours ago, thomas96 said:

Scot come on... How many UDFA rookies start their rookie year? And you ripped on Rivera for playing Stew... not having him didn’t work out too well for us Sunday... Oh and CJ played less snaps than Cox...

Doesn't help we decide to get cute with a RB coming into a starting role by tossing sweeps and read option bull crap. That also didn't work for Sameul didn't it? CAP actually is good when we straight up hand it off to him (see the 12 yard run). Cut out the cute poo.

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13 minutes ago, KillerKat said:

Doesn't help we decide to get cute with a RB coming into a starting role by tossing sweeps and read option bull crap. That also didn't work for Sameul didn't it? CAP actually is good when we straight up hand it off to him (see the 12 yard run). Cut out the cute poo.

These people gonna seriously act like not having Stewart was in any way a problem or would have been different vs the Falcons if he had played....

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7 hours ago, CarolinaSamurai said:

 

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Looks like he’s taking a poo.

probably the face I’ll have every time the saints score another touchdown,..

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Seems to me the game where Armah had significant playing time we ran for over 200 yds.  

I could give a shyt about a veteran over a rookie.  You put your best 11 on the field and go from there.   If the rookie is better than a vet so be it.

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