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tiger7_88

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But according to the talking heads (on ES*N, not the band), Cam isn't even good, let alone as good as many of those players mentioned.  He had a terrible sophomore slump, remember? He's just another middle-of-the-pack QB who can run a little, remember? He's a turnover-prone, inaccurate, brooding, selfish player, remember? God, such short memories...

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There is very little to complain about with Cam right now. I wouldn't mind seeing him run through progressions a little more. And a completion ratio closer to 65% would be great.

 

He is near the bottom in yards but we started off very anemic.

 

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He is near the bottom in yards but we started off very anemic.

He is also near the bottom in attempts, but that is by design (emphasis on the run game).

But, considering that he is near the bottom in attempts, that makes his ranking in the upper third of TD passes thrown even more impressive, no?

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He is also near the bottom in attempts, but that is by design (emphasis on the run game).

But, considering that he is near the bottom in attempts, that makes his ranking in the upper third of TD passes thrown even more impressive, no?

 

Yep. Very efficient this year

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I expect a 3-4 total TD game this Sunday out of Cam. Limit the turnovers as he has and we will win more than we lose. That simple. Hoping Shula turns him loose again and he takes off and runs when the opportunity arises. Cam's running ability is what makes him lethal and keeps the defense off-balance and we need to continue to allow him to run by design and when things break down because it frustrates the hell out of our opponents. I like our offense against their defense better than I do their offense against our defense so I expect a 20-14 or 24-17 game something along those lines.

 

 

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