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#1 Proudiddy

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 12:42 PM

Awesome discussion just on the Fox Pregame show... TB, who if you remember, was not a big fan of Cam coming out, just said people forget Cam went to a really bad team when he was drafted and the media is all over him, waiting and looking to criticize him. He said when he (TB) came out, he had the same problem and wasn't used to the media and when they criticized him, it got to him. He then said, "young man, learn from it and you'll be better for it, because you are an outstanding player and have a ton of talent" and said he will be a great player for 12-14 years in this league.

Howie then hit the nail on the head and said what many of us objective fans have been seeing all season regarding our offense and said the Skins are using RG3 masterfully. He said everything RG3 does is based off of the run and they work him off of it. Whereas with Cam, he said we've reverted back from what we did last year and instead of working off of the run, we have put everything on Cam.

Really nice to hear people in the media speak the truth and not some BS slant with a personal agenda.

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 12:48 PM

just saw that...nice to hear they tink Cam is a talent... number one pick always goes to the shitttest team.... not much to work with...If they were referring to Chud ok... but Smitty, Olsen, Lafell, not to mention the best backfield since Czonka, Kick and Morris.... ok, guess the line is mediocre...

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 12:53 PM

OT but, ever since we started going downhill, I haven't gotten too up or down about the games beforehand, but I desperately want us to win this one today. It would go a long way in getting Cam's confidence back up and shut up a lot of media... I really want us to win this one today.

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 12:57 PM

Hey Proudiddy... I saw it, but any chance u can come through with a YouTube on it? It really was Great analysis overall

#5 Proudiddy

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 01:00 PM

Hey Proudiddy... I saw it, but any chance u can come through with a YouTube on it? It really was Great analysis overall

Wish I could bro, but I didn't have the DVR going on the pregame show... Hopefully someone here did.

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 01:01 PM

I did, but how should I do it? Just record it on my camera and upload it to YouTube? Sounds like a lot of work...

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 01:02 PM

Never mind... Didn't actually record it, and I've changed from fox to channel 707 for the game. It's gone :-(

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 01:17 PM

I was listening to Steve Logan talking on the radio here in Raleigh Friday afternoon. They were taking about Va Tech's QB (Logan Thomas). Coach Logan was saying that eventhough Thomas was not an accurate passer he would get a shot at QB in the NFL simply because he's got the size.

My view of Cam is the same. It's a big man's game and Cam is a big man with all the physical attributes, but he's just not an accurate passer. These guys like Newton /Thomas get away with it in college because they don't have to be accurate because receivers are more frequently open and the windows are larger.

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 01:28 PM

OT but, ever since we started going downhill, I haven't gotten too up or down about the games beforehand, but I desperately want us to win this one today. It would go a long way in getting Cam's confidence back up and shut up a lot of media... I really want us to win this one today.


I have been that way since Jake's meltdown against Arizona, and I feel the exact same way about today. I want the team and Cam to outperform RG3 and the Skins so that I can see who in the media has the integrity to stand by their previous venom (read: none, the media is a soulless machine).

The D seems to be playing with some intensity so far. Hopefully the offense responds to 3 with 7

#10 Proudiddy

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 04:21 PM

I did, but how should I do it? Just record it on my camera and upload it to YouTube? Sounds like a lot of work...

I'm sure there's a more quality-preserving way of doing it, but I have no idea how...

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 04:24 PM

Man, if we beat Atlanta, Seattle and Chicago, imagine where we would be right now.

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 04:29 PM

I was listening to Steve Logan talking on the radio here in Raleigh Friday afternoon. They were taking about Va Tech's QB (Logan Thomas). Coach Logan was saying that eventhough Thomas was not an accurate passer he would get a shot at QB in the NFL simply because he's got the size.

My view of Cam is the same. It's a big man's game and Cam is a big man with all the physical attributes, but he's just not an accurate passer. These guys like Newton /Thomas get away with it in college because they don't have to be accurate because receivers are more frequently open and the windows are larger.



Again how does a Rookie throw for the most yards by a NFL Rookie and completes over 60% of his passes if he is not an accurate passer?

Oh, by the way...he lead the league in yards per attempt.

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 04:57 PM

Again how does a Rookie throw for the most yards by a NFL Rookie and completes over 60% of his passes if he is not an accurate passer?

Oh, by the way...he lead the league in yards per attempt.


Exactly these fools kill me with this mess.


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