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Mr. Scot

If you knew then what you know now...

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I think by in large the days of drafting a qb with a high pick just to have him sit on the bench are gone.Certainly agree that a lack of supporting staff can kill the confidence of any young qb but do not feel that was the case with Cam.

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the appropriate decision was made to start him. wish we could have sold chud to be a HC somewhere and not went backwards in every aspect of our offense.

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Mr. Scot is reverting back to his 2011 pre draft form.

Sit Cam to save him from himself!

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I prefer to sit them, but hey what do I know.

I just look at our team, and know that we are not talented enough at some very important spots to be throwing a "project" QB into the fire.

Teams like the Steelers when dealing with Ben can afford to do that....we can't.

I do feel that Cam needed massive work on footwork, reading defenses, accuracy, and body language that he has not had time to work on.

But that said, this is a bunch of woulda, coulda, shoulda. I just hope we have not Carr'd him.

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Start him from day 1. Cam will be aight. We'll get a new coach in here, he'll learn the new system, and we'll move on from there. Looking at this Tampa game, hopefully we can get him a Jackson type receiver. He needs a big receiver

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