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TheRed

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#3140878 Bears benching Cutler, starting Clausen

Posted by TheRed on 17 December 2014 - 07:10 PM

Clausen is going to get mauled behind that OL. Geez.




#3140789 Ok, now I want to see the movie.

Posted by TheRed on 17 December 2014 - 06:16 PM

Terrible precedent being set here.


#3140543 Taints fan shoves Chicago Bears Chairman at Soldier Field

Posted by TheRed on 17 December 2014 - 02:34 PM

After Brees and Payton are gone, you'll be lucky to find a "lifelong" (since 2006) Saints fan anywhere.




#3140539 Wednesday Cam Update: He Throws.

Posted by TheRed on 17 December 2014 - 02:30 PM

Im no expert, but he just doesn't look like he is using his full throwing motion...I think he stays out.

 

I agree.. Please tell me that isnt his full throwing motion... Its like he doesnt step into his throws at all. The only one that looked half way normal was the last throw on the video, and even that didnt looked suspect.

 

Pete

 

Isn't this the first time he has practiced since the accident? Also, keyword here being "practice".

 

There may be a bit of over-analyzing going on here....

 

Regardless, I don't think he absolutely has to play versus Cleveland, DA can handle it. But if the doctors clear him, let him play.




#3140397 Wednesday Cam Update: He Throws.

Posted by TheRed on 17 December 2014 - 12:51 PM

I will await the full video, and promptly climax.




#3140379 The Warren Commission has been vindicated!

Posted by TheRed on 17 December 2014 - 12:42 PM

Sounds like the weapon Gary Oldman's character had on "The Fifth Element".




#3140320 Couple things on the Stew fumble play.....

Posted by TheRed on 17 December 2014 - 12:04 PM

Why Bell alone? Which of the linemen are bulldozing anyone? See the guy who recovered the fumble? That was Kalil's block.

Maybe if Kalil was worth a spill of beans, he will hold his block long enough for a panther to recover the ball.

 

Blaming Ryan Kalil for Bell's failure, seriously?

 

Byron is a good guy, but that doesn't mean we are going to ignore how awful he has been as a starter for us.

 

LT should be a priority this offseason. The Byron Bell project should be over. Period.




#3140259 Couple things on the Stew fumble play.....

Posted by TheRed on 17 December 2014 - 11:21 AM

Bell is a backup at best. Not anything we don't already know.




#3139361 When Your QB Knows More Than Your OC

Posted by TheRed on 16 December 2014 - 02:16 PM

I do not need to add legitimacy to anything.  I know what happened....and I have NEVER cared what the likes of a person like you think or believe. 

 

Oh, this line again.

 

You've amassed nearly 20,000 posts on a football message board. I would say that you definitely care somewhat. We all do.




#3139353 Huddle question: Do they pay Cam next year?

Posted by TheRed on 16 December 2014 - 02:12 PM

And what is your definition of "paid well"? Luke, in likelihood, will be the highest paid MLB ever. To think otherwise is asinine.

 

MLB yes, but you mentioned Watt, who is a DE, which prompted my response.

 

Your right on lukes personality but you forget he is reigning DPOY and he has an agent. He's likely to get the highest LB salary going.

 

I don't disagree with that.




#3139342 When Your QB Knows More Than Your OC

Posted by TheRed on 16 December 2014 - 02:07 PM

1.  I never questioned Cam's football IQ nor did I say he could not read defenses

 

2.  I said that one of the ex coaches who lived in my neighborhood made a comment that Cam struggled to read defenses and that is why he was not allowed to audible as much....but that was his rookie season.

 

3.  Making input on a play call from the sideline (before the defense sets up) is NOT reading a defense.  It is however an indication that Cam did his homework and had good input on likely tendancies by the Bucs during certain scenarios....which is a very good thing.

 

However, making the leap that the OP did based on one completed pass is rididulous.  Just like it would have been ridiculous if it has not worked and someone pointed to that ONE instance as proof that Cam did not know what he was doing.

 

Thanks for playing though....you are ALWAYS entertaining.

 

Are you really trying to add legitimacy to the "my neighbor told me Cam can't read defenses, it's true guys" story again?
 




#3139269 When Your QB Knows More Than Your OC

Posted by TheRed on 16 December 2014 - 01:22 PM

In one thread CelibatePimp will be practically tripping over himself to talk up Newton.

 

In the next he will be the only guy trying to convince you that Newton doesn't know poo.

 

Strange.




#3139252 When Your QB Knows More Than Your OC

Posted by TheRed on 16 December 2014 - 01:14 PM

I see the usual trolling didn't take long. Right on cue boys.




#3139245 Huddle question: Do they pay Cam next year?

Posted by TheRed on 16 December 2014 - 01:09 PM

Neither is Kaep. No player in the history of the NFL, especially at the QB position, is going to "take one for the team". That notion is laughable.

The teams created built-in protection for themselves by putting in injury risk, which is what I see Carolina wanting to do with Cam.

 

Manning is top 5 in average NFL salaries right now.

 

Obviously I agree that the Panthers will also look to protect themselves.

 

But Newton has plenty of leverage here. Let's not kid ourselves. He's essentially been our offense. He's going to be paid well.




#3139183 Huddle question: Do they pay Cam next year?

Posted by TheRed on 16 December 2014 - 12:35 PM

They'll pay him. I don't think he's worth the money though. They could pay him two hundred million and he still wouldn't be as good as Drew Brees.

 

Too many QBs are getting these big contracts. Probably only Aaron Rodgers, Manning, Brady and Brees are worth the money.

 

Cam has never won a playoff game. His stats have gotten worse each year since his rookie year. It seems most defenses have figured out how to immobilize him and his contemporaries (minus Wilson who isn't just running a gimmick and has a natural ability to use his mobility to buy his receivers time).

 

But there is no alternative to Cam. If we were 1-15 we could go with Mariota or Winston but there's no FA out there better than Cam currently. We'll pay him and be the ATL Falcons for half a decade or so with perennial horrible defense and lack of supporting cast and and a QB who simply can't do it alone.

 

Let's just keep drafting a new quarterback every other year like the Browns and Jaguars. It's clearly been working out well for them.






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