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Posted 03 January 2013 - 07:33 PM

This coaching staff is lazy and similar to the Andy Reid era in philly. They just ride on the back of their dynamic QB by going to the playoffs all the time guaranteeing them their job but never give their QB enough weapon to be contender. In mcnabb's run to all the those NFC championships one of his top receivers was some guy name pinkston. This coaching staff is going to do the same. Build a strong defense but never a good enough offense to win the superbowl while going to a bunch of meaningless playoff games but never win the big one. I feel bad for Cam.

Hopefully the new GM have a different view in personnel or coach.

On another note, when I watch Cam play he seems to avoid the rush a lot and barely get sack. One of his problem seems to be finding open receivers down field. So I think if we get a big time WR, Cam can buy time to get him the ball. The O line is NOT that bad for a QB with Cam's talent.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:08 PM

But but Armanti almost scored that one time

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:20 PM

This coaching staff is lazy and similar to the Andy Reid era in philly. They just ride on the back of their dynamic QB by going to the playoffs all the time guaranteeing them their job but never give their QB enough weapon to be contender. In mcnabb's run to all the those NFC championships one of his top receivers was some guy name pinkston. This coaching staff is going to do the same. Build a strong defense but never a good enough offense to win the superbowl while going to a bunch of meaningless playoff games but never win the big one. I feel bad for Cam.

Hopefully the new GM have a different view in personnel or coach.

On another note, when I watch Cam play he seems to avoid the rush a lot and barely get sack. One of his problem seems to be finding open receivers down field. So I think if we get a big time WR, Cam can buy time to get him the ball. The O line is NOT that bad for a QB with Cam's talent.


McNabb in his prime was never the offense threat Newton is....even a green Newton.

The OL we finished the year with will get Cam hurt.

The G play we saw out the beginning will keep Cam inconsistent

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:50 PM

Better be done this year! I'm not gonna jump on the wagon of wait for a Lee or Watkins in 2014.

If Richardson or Hankins are gone by 14, we better take Keenan Allen if he's there. If not take someone in the 2nd.

If we have to again and somehow get the chance to draft a Lee, Watkins or Amari Cooper in 2014, go ahead. Add one of them with Allen or whoever we take in 2013. Now well have two amazing threat for Cam to play with.



I agree with most this. I'd rather not take a DT in the first but if he is the BPA that fits our biggest need them i'm all for it. If they're gone and Allen is there I'd take him but there's a kid from Tenessee Tech who might be better. They say he's a Julio Jones clone. I think his last name is Rogers...If we could get Richardson or Hankins in the 1st and pick this kid in the 2nd it would be a win, win situation

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 08:57 PM

I believe our number one receiver will emerge very soon, but in the meantime we should look to draft a number two receiver in this year's draft. Smitty is still a great receiver even at his age. As much as we complain about looking for a number one, there are teams out there currently and in the past who had no legitimate threat at receiver. Right now receiver is not a weakness with this team.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 09:23 PM

I believe our number one receiver will emerge very soon, but in the meantime we should look to draft a number two receiver in this year's draft. Smitty is still a great receiver even at his age. As much as we complain about looking for a number one, there are teams out there currently and in the past who had no legitimate threat at receiver. Right now receiver is not a weakness with this team.


The only compatible team I can think of who doesn't have wrs is the Rams. And they're winning game bc of their Defense. Give Rams just one true no.1 and they can be pretty exciting.

Our defense is getting better but I don't think they're as good as the Rams yet.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 09:27 PM

I agree with most this. I'd rather not take a DT in the first but if he is the BPA that fits our biggest need them i'm all for it. If they're gone and Allen is there I'd take him but there's a kid from Tenessee Tech who might be better. They say he's a Julio Jones clone. I think his last name is Rogers...If we could get Richardson or Hankins in the 1st and pick this kid in the 2nd it would be a win, win situation


Da'rick Rogers is really talented but has off field issues. If JR isn't afraid to take a chance and is willing to gamble on Rogers, it'd be something fun to watch. I seen comparison to Julio as well but as I look closer, I think he can be a Dez type of player for us.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 09:30 PM

The only compatible team I can think of who doesn't have wrs is the Rams. And they're winning game bc of their Defense. Give Rams just one true no.1 and they can be pretty exciting.

Our defense is getting better but I don't think they're as good as the Rams yet.


Our receiving options are better than the Colts, Redskins, 49ers, and Vikings. (I would also say the Bengals)

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 09:52 PM

Our receiving options are better than the Colts, Redskins, 49ers, and Vikings. (I would also say the Bengals)


Better than Vikings and Skins yea. But what? Colts (Wayne, Avery, Fleener, Allen), 49ers (Crabtree, Davis, Mannigham, Moss), and Bengals (Green simple handily beats our whole receiving corps).

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 10:03 PM

We don't have a number one receiver on this team. A couple of "maybe" number twos, and a bunch of three and four receivers, but no number one. We have to go out and get one, because like it's been stated before, we've been putting it off for too long. I shutter to think what would happen if Smith were to go down with an injury. We'd be in a world of hurt, and Smith is at the age now where those small hampering injuries are more likely to pop up. Smith should be a #2 receiver at this point in his career. He's not the same out there.
Allen, Rodgers, or Hunter please.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 10:15 PM

Better than Vikings and Skins yea. But what? Colts (Wayne, Avery, Fleener, Allen), 49ers (Crabtree, Davis, Mannigham, Moss), and Bengals (Green simple handily beats our whole receiving corps).


All the Colts have is Wayne. (I think Steve Smith is better than him) The other guys are still developing. Olsen is better than Fleener, and Avery is just a speedy receiver. (Is that Donnie Avery by the way? I know I can look it up, but I'm too lazy to do it right now) B) As far as the 49ers, Crabtree is definitely becoming a good WR, but Smitty is better than him by a long shot. Moss is old, barely plays. Mannigham is a nice third option, but a third option none the less. Their best option is still Davis, and he's a TE. I'll take our corps over those guys.

AJ Green is definitely exceptional, but seeing as he's still young, I refuse to say he is better than our whole corps. I don't want to disrespect Smitty like that. ^_^

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 10:18 PM

We won't have the cap to get a top FA WR. Gonna draft one.There are a bunch of good ones projected in the second round this year.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 10:25 PM

I believe our number one receiver will emerge very soon, but in the meantime we should look to draft a number two receiver in this year's draft. Smitty is still a great receiver even at his age. As much as we complain about looking for a number one, there are teams out there currently and in the past who had no legitimate threat at receiver. Right now receiver is not a weakness with this team.


We don't have a cast for a number 1 to emerge from....

Smith is getting old....and each consecutive 16 game season he puts in means the odds get higher he spends time hurt in the near future. Each year Smith is noticeably regressing in different aspects of his game. Father Time is coming for Steve....when he catches him we likely will be left empty handed.

We need to draft a potential number 1 in the 2nd....not a #2.

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 10:31 PM

Bowe and Wallace might be free agents and Greg Jennings will for sure be one soo maybe we can get lucky and get one of them with are new GM

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 10:32 PM

AJ Green is definitely exceptional, but seeing as he's still young, I refuse to say he is better than our whole corps. I don't want to disrespect Smitty like that. ^_^


2012

AJ Green - 11 rec TDs
Carolina WRs - 9 rec TDs

AJ Green - 1,350 rec yards
Carolina WRs - 2,315 rec yards (351 more yards than Megatron)




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