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mbarbour21

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Requirement to be a top-tier QB

23 October 2014 - 12:53 PM

Have some help around you.

This is Gregg Rosenthal's comment regarding Andrew Luck in his QB Index:

"But recognition as a true top-tier quarterback will arrive this year because he's getting more support."

This is not an Andrew Luck thread. Luck is a really good QB. Pretend this isn't about him, but about Quarterbacks in general.

I can't shake the fact I am seeing/hearing comments like this. Can you not be considered a top-tier QB without being surrounded by weapons? If you need weapons to be top-tier......wouldn't that suggest you were not top-tier??? So the question I am asking is:

What do you believe should qualify you as a top-tier QB?

Game-plan vs. Green Bay: Kaepitalize?

13 October 2014 - 10:31 AM

Okay, so first of all, forgive me ahead of time for using Kaep in a positive light on the huddle....WHAT WAS I THINKING??? Well, for one, the Cincy game was a tie, lets move on. Please!!! Secondly, Kaep has "historically" (if you can call it that) beaten Green Bay. A huge factor has been his designed runs/scrambles, or at least GB having to respect it. Kaep totaled 181 rushing yards alone in their last meeting.

So I believe getting Cam some designed runs early will put GB on there toes, and at the very least, open up some passing lanes. (Kaep had over 400 yards against GB week 1 last year) I say break out those game films!!!

Cam seems to get healthier every week. If he can improve on yesterday's performance, against a lesser defense, he could really go off. Get him started early instead of waiting until the third quarter to unleash him!!! Cam is a better passer than Kaep, so the game-plan should work even better for us.

Do you guys believe this is the best plan of attack???

Game-plan vs. Green Bay: Kaepitalize?

13 October 2014 - 10:12 AM

Okay, so first of all, forgive me ahead of time for using Kaep in a positive light on the huddle....WHAT WAS I THINKING??? Well, for one, the Cincy game was a tie, lets move on. Please!!! Secondly, Kaep has "historically" (if you can call it that) beaten Green Bay. A huge factor has been his designed runs/scrambles, or at least GB having to respect it. Kaep totaled 181 rushing yards alone in their last meeting.

So I believe getting Cam some designed runs early will put GB on there toes, and at the very least, open up some passing lanes. (Kaep had over 400 yards against GB week 1 last year) I say break out those game films!!!

Cam seems to get healthier every week. If he can improve on yesterday's performance, against a lesser defense, he could really go off. Get him started early instead of waiting until the third quarter to unleash him!!! Cam is a better passer than Kaep, so the game-plan should work even better for us.

Do you guys believe this is the best plan of attack???

.....Recalculating.....

22 September 2014 - 07:52 AM

Okay, so we took a wrong turn. Many believed we were headed for 3-0, but now we are 2-1.

I wanna start by saying Philly played a really good game but had a BIG mistake on that punt return. Lets not forget he has now played only 3 regular season games. Also his mistake was magnified by Norman's decision to ignore protocol and FALL ON THE BALL. Lets not forget that this was NOT Norman's 3rd regular season game and was not his first mishap on STs. (I wanted Byndom) I'm sorry, but potential can only keep you around so long.

Here are some things to think about:

- We have increased our big plays. Kelvin and OLSEN (YAC) with plays over 30 yards. Bersin with one for 29.
- Philly proved worthy of snaps at receiver. (Only going to get better)
- Every team has a poor performance at some point. Lower the pitchforks and torches, it was just one game.
- Shula's offense won us 12 games last year with IMO a less talented group.
- Still 2-0 against conference and 1-0 against division.
- Cam actually played well last night with a lot working against him. (Well placed passes)
- Keek and Davis will take this personally. The defense will straighten up.

We have a lot to be excited about. Granted, there are concerns at O-line, but I believe they bounce back. They haven't played this poorly this year, I do not see this being the norm.

You thought Cason returning was crazy?

01 September 2014 - 07:55 PM

Earl Thomas returning punts for Seahawks!

I don't really believe a starter returning kicks is bad, but this just might be. It is like putting Keek on kickoff. He is the leader of that defense. Just my opinion though. Am I crazy?

http://www.nfl.com/n...nt-returner-job

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