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1 hour ago, Peppers90 NC said:

And how is the genius coaches in NE using him differently?

Cam is who he is. A physical presence playing QB. That’s the only way he knows how to play. 

They ran him even more. His highest rush attempts per game and lowest pass attempts of his career. And people cheered it 

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18 hours ago, MHS831 said:

If the logjam at the bottom breaks--Sf takes Jones, Atlanta goes Sewell or pitts etc, there could be offers like this.

RR is NOTHING without a QB to save his ass.  He would be an asterisk in most programs.  He would be the guy who parachutes before the enemy starts firing.  He would be the kid at the ice cream truck who falls down, bloodies his knee, drops is quarters, and still wants ice cream.

I have no idea where this is going now.

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You think? I realize his coaching style may be that way but in his prime he was a bad ass linebacker for the old school Chicago Bears. Something tells me Ron was an alpha back in his day. As far as coaching goes though yeah way too conservative and not a risk taker at all I agree.

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7 minutes ago, YourLastThought said:

You think? I realize his coaching style may be that way but in his prime he was a bad ass linebacker for the old school Chicago Bears. Something tells me Ron was an alpha back in his day. As far as coaching goes though yeah way too conservative and not a risk taker at all I agree.

On defense, he probably still is.

The problem with Rivera was he followed in the footsteps of his mentor Buddy Ryan when it came to offense.

Ryan's philosophy was that all the offense (and primarily quarterback Randall Cunningham) needed to do was make two or three plays a game and his defense would take care of the rest.

You saw that reflected with Rivera and Newton.

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3 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

On defense, he probably still is.

The problem with Rivera was he followed in the footsteps of his mentor Buddy Ryan when it came to offense.

Ryan's philosophy was that all the offense and primarily quarterback Randall Cunningham needed to do was make two or three plays a game and his defense would take care of the rest.

You saw that reflected with Rivera and Newton.

Great point.  You know, this thread "Meanwhile, in Washington" should probably be pinned and kept year round.

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