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mbarbour21

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Saints' Rookie WR Cooks Breaks Thumb

17 November 2014 - 03:40 PM

Never like it when people are injured, but this could help our cause. He could possibly be out 4-6 weeks.

http://www.nfl.com/n...ur-to-six-weeks

Norman making most of chance

31 October 2014 - 10:58 AM

Unfortunately, I didn't get to watch the whole game. Of course our game would be the very first Thursday game to be on NFL Network.

However, I did get to see the first half. Norman really impressed me with tight coverage, big play tackles (nice one arm shoe string tackle on Ingram while fighting block), and pass breakup hits. I wish they had him on Graham in the red zone on the last play before half.

So i have to eat crow, as I was one calling for his head after the week three punt return mishap. I wasn't sure he would ever be able to control himself and make good decisions. He was pumped up and trying to get the crowd into it too. He keep his head on straight, at least in the first half. Did he do well in the second half?

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???

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