Thread: Jamlog at Receiver?
I sometimes wonder in this age of the mega contract QB if it might actually be to a teams advantage to have a second level QB who can run the offense but not command the ultra salaries that the top guys are getting so you can have a more complete roster. In the NFL it seems trends are made to be broken and this might be the next bubble to pop.
When we had Denny Green as HC his offenses always seemed to be able to function no matter who they had at QB and in some ways when I think back at what he did he looks to have been ahead of his time and I wonder if he was given the proper front office how he would do as a coach today. Think of how many different guys he had starting at QB over the years and he still built a pretty darn good offense.
06-01-2013, 03:41 PM #22Jersey Retired
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I really hate writing this but, I believe Childs will be let go this year. My reason? During the NFL Combine I was watching an interview of Frazier. When asked about the progress of Childs and did he expect him to be here at the begining of the season, he said yes, but his words, voice, change of mode, and most of all I could see the writing in his eyes, Childs was not progressing and healing like they wished he would and that NO, he wouldn't be here at regular seasons start..... Just a read and gut feeling on my part. I hate it because I really thought the young man had a bright future ahead of him here. On paper and by college play, he was better than his team mate Wright, and look what he is doing.....Our loss.
Therefore, if my gut is correct, our Log Jam just got hit by a beaver...
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06-01-2013, 08:09 PM #23
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06-02-2013, 07:08 AM #24
I don't believe childs will be let go this year.. he'll be pup'd.. and Maybe brought in slowly.. or a plug in if we loose one of our starters or depth.
GJ, JS, Jw, CP... this seems to be our front 4, with the last 2 spots being pushed for (pretty much what everyone is saying)
include our TE's and we have a very rounded receiving group.
also as mentioned.. if AP could pull some of those bubble screens.. man o man we could have some dynomite in the passing game.
or course.. we will never be a pass first offense.. not until AP is no longer in the backfield.
so this means that the passing game is a compliment, field opener, and caught ya sneaking in relation with the run game. so i'm not expecting Greatness.. but i do believe we have the makings for something presentable.. which is a few steps up from where we've been.
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06-02-2013, 09:15 AM #25
06-03-2013, 07:49 AM #26