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unicar15

Member Since 24 Nov 2008
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The 2014 Offense

14 March 2014 - 08:57 PM

...is shaping up to be quite scrub-ish. Our D should and I believe will be dominant again. But wow...we must be counting on some serious rookie contributions next year at key positions on O. Brace yourselves...next year's offense under Shula could be "all-time" ugly.

Jonathan Joseph

01 March 2014 - 10:22 PM

Looks like he'll be a cap casualty. Not saying we will go after him but the more talented the corner crop is, the cheaper Captain will be to resign.

Dontae Johnson

25 February 2014 - 02:55 PM

As a State fan I saw this guy a decent amount. He was at his best and IMO was overshadowed by Amerson 2 years ago. Had a little fall off this year but I think that was more a product of the team turnover. He's 6'2" 200lbs and ran a 4.43.

This draft is DEEP at DB. This guy might be a 3rd-4th round pick bc all of these DBs are killing it. IMO he'd be a great pickup around that area.

I hope DG is learning from Loomis.

27 January 2014 - 09:26 AM

Graham's contract situation is exactly why we should consider trying to get one of the top 2 TEs in this draft. I think there could be a possibility there if we end up trading Hardy for a 1st round pick. Even without it though...I'd say that if Sefarian-Jenkins or Ebron is there at 28 they'd be BPA and I'd have no problem taking either. Cheap, effective, big targets for Cam which is exactly what he needs.

This franchise is gutless

15 September 2013 - 09:21 PM

From the owner down to the coach this franchise has zero sack. It's evident when JR hires a coach on the cheap that had been passed over countless times but is a popular name for some reason? It's evident when JR keeps a worthless GM 2-3 years too long bc they are "buddies." It's evident when the new coach continuously tries to squeak out close games by trying to get a last possession defensive stop instead of allowing his superstar to throw the ball into the endzone with a chance to ice the game in which we already have a damn lead. It's evident when that coach hugs and consoles his running back after fumbling and losing a game where we had the W. Finally....it will again be evident when JR allows Rivera to keep his job with a 2-14 record in close games and a 13-21 record overall. He will sit in his press box, eat his bojangles, and watch yet another crap season of football unfold despite having all the talent necessary to win in this division.

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