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Cam and Luck forced to carry flawed offenses

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seen this earlier, cant say i dont agree.this team needs weapons.

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Yup, and until we get weapons we will just be happy to make the playoffs every year...

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lol but but but Shula is worthy of head coaching discussion!

Our offense, quite honestly, has been really terrible for the most part this season... Sure, you can find stats that make it look flashy, but we haven't done well at all against decent defenses...

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It shouldn't be surprising our offense is worse this year... Steve Smith isn't a deep threat anymore which leaves us with three possession guys (Smith, Olsen, LaFell) and Ted Ginn as our deep guy, and he tends to drop anything past 30 yards.

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Not much of that I'd argue with.

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seen this earlier, cant say i dont agree.this team needs weapons.

 

So...many...negatives...

 

So you do agree?  or Do you not agree that you can't disagree with the don't not?

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But.... I thought Luck already has the 2015-2020 MVP awards locked down?

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I'm glad someone in sports jounalism finally mentioned that it's all about TEAMs and not just the QB stats/wins/losses.....I do agree that every QB needs a true #1 weapon.

 

I thought the Colts would regress and be a 9 win team this year (and it 'could' still happen) If the AFCSouth had any competitive teams, they might not have even got 8.

 

Interesting that he left off deep discussion of RGIII and Kap who, in my opinion, limit their offenses.

 

 

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if cam was an immobile pocket passer we'd be 5-8

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