How the hell do you know what Hill has or has not shown this staff? Because he hasn't been promoted from the PS yet? That's a joke because quite a few of our current starters were backups and are now playing better than the people they replaced. This staff doesn't have a great record of getting the best players on the field until we hit a major losing streak or starters get injured. Basically you're just making an assumption and talking out your rear. If Hill was that bad, why hasn't he been cut from the PS....hell why did we even sign him to begin with? We must be the dumbest team ever huh?
If Philly is healthy enough to play, of course he should play but I'd like to see Hill get a chance if Philly can't go. Just because you think he's a washout after playing in the JETS offense with terrible QB's doesn't actually mean he's a dud and can't contribute ever again for his career. Hill was raw coming out of college and didn't develop much in NY, I'll give you that much......However, players can improve with good coaching and a willingness to improve. If he has done neither as you proclaim, he would have been released/replaced by now.
How about some of you actually get your heads out if your asses and understand what Jeremy keeps saying.....Hill has not been consistent at catching passes at practice.
Counterpoint: Cam should have seen KB and Sherman fighting and found a different receiver.
Not saying I agree with that, but there's the counter argument that the critics point out. Watching some playoff ball this weekend, I saw lots of times for every QB where these little things happen. More often than not, the pass gets missed. Maybe 20% of the time, the play is made, that QB looks like a great QB the receiver looks like a stud, and everyone goes on their way.
Cam is easy to point a finger at because he is the face of the Panthers. He's had issues in the past that have been very well publicized. He also has been a real media target since he came into the league for what he says and how he dresses. Just wait until Manziel starts really playing next year, then we aught to hear a lot less about Cam criticism.
Jeremy's analysis and point is spot on. But, the QB is going to get the blame for the overthrow 99% of the time....no matter who they are. It just goes along with the territory....they usually get too much credit when things go well and too much blame where things don't.
I like it too.....but people who don't "get it" need to google "glengarry glen Ross sales meeting" and watch the YouTube clip. If you like that clip...."the boiler room job interview" is pretty good as well.