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Cam's stats will not be as impressive next year...

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I truly believe Cam wont reach the 3,400 yard passing mark...That said his efficency will go up, our run game will be even better and we will win more games just based on defense alone. Dont look for Cam to break 5,000 yards, we don't need that and with how our team is built we don't want that. We want to beat teams up on the ground. The only wr we added was Joe Adams, (yes we get Gettis back) but a key move to show what Rivera wants this team to be like was the addition of Tolbert to an already crowded backfield. Last year we showed off our new toy this year we want to win games...Dont take Cam in the first round in fantasy and draft Stewart and williams back to back in the middle rounds lol..

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I fully expect Cam to have more TDs this year than last.

about the same amount of turnovers.

Yards really won't matter

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Cam will get 3500 yards passing, more passing TDs as CRA said, less rushing yards, and about half the rushing TDs.

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he'll be a more efficient passer.. throw for about 3,700yds just as many td's combined and 8int's

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thanks for sharing?....that said i don't buy it. by that i mean i don't think we'll see a significant drop in his production. maybe rushing TDs and rushing yardage, but beyond that everything should improve. i do see the defense helping out, but i don't think i see this offense backing off just because they think the defense has the game in hand...at least it shouldn't. any offense in modern football who takes the foot off the gas at any point in the game, regardless of what the scoreboard looks like, deserves to lose the game and very likely will. that is the mindset they need to have.

the defense will help preserve leads, but the best defense is a great offense that just won't let up. all the defense needs to do is slow up the other team.

all that said...i don't think that people will be as blown away by cam as they were last year but that's because by now the secrets out just how good he is. excellence is expected in a way it wasn't last year. only the littlest of minds expect anything but greatness next year.

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He won't have as many 80 yard drives this year

Improved D and Special Teams will prevent that

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Within the next 3 yrs.... I would be willing to bet he breaks his rushing TD record. Childs play as Cam develops....

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Maybe some of the numbers change but I think he will impress and leave a lot of people amazed at some of the things he can do. Should still be a pro bowl caliber player.

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Just cut the int's Cam

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Within the next 3 yrs.... I would be willing to bet he breaks his rushing TD record. Childs play as Cam develops....

When he develops as a passer, he will not need to run as much.

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I'm with Razor and CRA on this one. His stats should continue to improve.

As to the running game, many of Tolbert's touches will be through the air, so his addition may not have a big impact on Cam's stats. Also, running games always start slowly. It takes a while for O-lines to gel and the RB's to get in gear. Cam should continue to have big numbers in the 1st few games.

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His numbers will be more impressive to those who understand quality statistics rather than quantity statistics which don't mean a hill of means. TD/INT ratio, completion percentage, YPA, etc.

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