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CajunFan

Member Since 24 Nov 2008
Offline Last Active Nov 08 2009 09:33 PM
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In Topic: Its not Jake's fault.

08 November 2009 - 09:33 PM

Jake is being Jake.

You don't blame something for being what it is.


Blame the GM and the Coach for not having a plan B at QB.


That is all.


And exactly what did Jake do that cost us the game? I don't remember Jake playing defense today! Did I miss something? I did see Dwill drop a touchdown pass, and then fumble giving NO a td, I did see the defense give up 300 plus yards to Brees.....but yeah, it's all Jake's fault...

In Topic: Jake lost yet another game for us

08 November 2009 - 09:26 PM

You cant throw the ball downfield..when your HC..has the leash on....


On two of the long passes, both receivers gave up on the play! Smith down the middle & Jarrett on the sideline....if both had maintained full speed on the route, two long completions.....Naw, you can't blame this one on Jake.....I know he is the doghouse with most of the fans....but not this one

In Topic: “I still believe Jake is our best quarterback,”

26 October 2009 - 09:40 PM

I'd like to see Jake start this game, have a decent game, with a possible win....then just walk away & let all these "armchair coaches" have what they deserve....Matt Moore or whomever. It wasn't very long ago I recall these very same people wanting Carr to start....guess what...after the third game he did, and Vinny did, and...well, we all know how that ended....But this time, I really hope they get what they want!

In Topic: My jake thread

03 October 2009 - 10:17 PM

It has nothing to do with names, strictly matter of opinions, and guess what, mine has the same value anyone elses. I am not saying mine is any better than yours, or yours better than mine.....they are all just that, opinions, Peace & God Bless

In Topic: My jake thread

03 October 2009 - 09:59 PM

no tight lines your point was disproving the statement that any QB that turns the ball over 9 times in three games would get most other QBs benched (keyword: most other QBs), but you counted all fumbles instead of fumbles lost. So fix that stat, and besides two QBs who are top 5 passers currently and play in passing offenses (Drew Brees, Peyton Manning) whose opposition knows they're going to throw, and who threw the ball 130 times and 115 times in their respective 3 game slumps, which is a stark contrast to Jake's 91 thus far in the season, you haven't debunked that statement at all.

now if you want to get technical, I'd add that both Brees and Peyton Manning looked more efficient throwing even with 4 and 6 interceptions in their worst games in that span, and Manning almost won his worst game. Jake wasn't even approaching that level against Philly.

maybe there is something else wrong with Jake that there isn't with these other QBs. and when you get into the effort of the pass defense, some QBs are easier to read than others. Manning audibles his plays at the line. He is the most cerebral QB in the nfl right now. His ability to read a defense to keep himself a step ahead puts him over the top of most in itself. Brees has precision and arm strength, and is more than adequate in the ability to read the coverage. Compared to the rest of the league, Jake is relatively easy at being read himself by the defense, and that is part of the reason why the receivers can't get open, and that is why they can make great plays on the ball.


Pure conjecture!!!

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