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DaCityKats

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In Topic: 2015 NFL Draft Simulator Game

19 November 2014 - 11:12 AM

Didn't Dres Anderson blow his knee out last month?

 

 

TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline notes that Utah senior WR Dres Anderson's knee injury "was not of the serious variety" and "quick recovery is expected."

The Utah prospect was forced to miss the remainder of 2014 after he injured his knee in the fourth quarter of Utah's 24-21 win over USC. The 6-foot-1, 187-pound Anderson finished his career with 2,077 yards, putting him at fifth place in Utah Utes' history.
 
 

In Topic: Pep Hamilton

17 November 2014 - 07:30 PM

Hmm...didn't realize that, I went to West Charlotte as well.  I'm just a few months older than he is, surprised I don't remember him.  It was a big school, though.

 

yeah i think he played with big mo as well, because when he passed they had some quotes about him from Pep.


In Topic: Pep Hamilton

17 November 2014 - 07:28 PM

Rather go with Adam Gase than Pep.

Gas has been able to utilize all of his offensive players: Thomas, Sanders, Moreno last year.

Pep hasn't been able to establish a running game.

i think that more so has to do with personnel, and not scheme. he had a pretty effective power run game at Stanford. he again, adjusted his scheme to his personnel strength. 


In Topic: Pep Hamilton

17 November 2014 - 07:22 PM

...where he also played quarterback.

 

His junior season would have been 1995, the first year of the Panthers existence, and his senior year they went to the NFC Championship.
 

As a high school kid in Charlotte when the Panthers were just getting started, you have to imagine he'd have been a fan.

 

yeah i would think so. he has extensive time working with QBs as well, which would do wonders for Cam and the offense as well. game planning and adjusting is something he is good as well. 

 

love this quote from Pep.

 

 

 

"It's whatever we have to do from week to week to effectively move the football," he said. "You look at the way we played against the Broncos, we were primarily in (three-wide receiver sets) and we were able to move the ball with an up-tempo offense. Then we had a situation like we had on Monday night (against) Philly where we were able to run the ball successfully and our backs were getting downhill, finding holes and our offensive line did a great job of coming off the ball. We wanted to establish the run going into that game and we were able to do it, so we continued to do it throughout the game."

 

another quote from back up QB Matt Hasselbeck on Pep

 

 

With Pep, you just never know what you're going to get," backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck said. "Our opponent this week will watch our two (previous) games (and) they don't know who they're going to see. They'll know once the game starts. But until then, they're guessing.

http://www.indystar....years/15911069/


In Topic: Pep Hamilton

17 November 2014 - 12:46 PM

plus he went to West Charlotte High School.he is my choice as of right now. has shown the ability to adjust his game plan when he needs to. plays to his personnel  strength, within his philosophy.


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