Asking the receivers to get wide ass open because Cam doesn't want to pull the trigger really isn't fair. Most receivers don't "get open" The ball either arrives at the correct time or they are physical enough to win vs. man. There is no mythical receiver that defenders forget to cover long enough for Cam to find them and throw the ball 25 yards down field.
You say throw wide receivers open like it's the easiest thing. The replays showed tight coverage, throwing wr open leads to picks because our receivers are slow and are not exactly high jumpers that can tower over cbs for catches like a crabtree or vernon davis. I think you are overestimating the receivers and underestimating how bad they were covered in the game.
2 months ago, I was down on Rivera, Cam, this team in general. I was looking forward to Gettlemen gutting the squad and, since Marty Hurney is an idiot, it would take 3 more years of losing to begin rebuilding,
2 months ago....And I was not wrong.
This week, I think we are going to win IN New Orleans.
Man this is going to happen to every team that gets beat. They try to find their weakness to fix it. It doesn't mean that it will be fixed or that the panthers can't force them to make the same mistakes again. Have some confidence in your team especially as we are approaching the playoffs.
I'll will. Unless this thread takes a turn for the worse. Which it looks like it is.
People on forums can get annoying sometimes because they want to play investigator when clearly you said that you were just relayed this info from someone reliable. It's cool that you're able to share something that us fans would never be able to know without. Don't let these sherlock wannabes make you negative about future sharing.
I'm not backpedaling at all. I said I didn't know the extent of his role. Maybe he plays a huge factor every week in play calling maybe he doesn't. All I know is he played a much larger roll Sunday. I don't know why you had to turn this into an argument. I said in my original post that I understand if people don't trust my intel.
It's not far-fetched to think that Dorsey played a larger roll in the second half. I thought I was doing this forum a favor by giving out this info. I guess I was wrong.
No not wrong at all. Thanks for the info. I think it's for every person to believe or not believe on their own accord.
Cam is only in his third year and is probably the main he doesn't get the respect of the older Super Bowl wiinning QB's. I feel it's just a matter of time before the refs start giving him due respect as the wins continue mounting.
I often wonder if Cams large size ( as opposed to QB's like Drew Brees) doesn't work against him on getting some close roughing the passer type calls.
That too, bigger players playing the qb position probably don't get the benefit of the doubt.