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Old 09-17-2009, 09:40 PM   #91
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Jason Campbell didn't play bad last Sunday. He was 19 of 26 (or close) for 211 w/ 1 td. He didn't light it up but he didn't stink up the joint. The one fumble and return was his fault no doubt. I'm no JC homer, but let's give him this season to prove himself.

With that being said I don't see a problem in talking about a potential QB.
Again, before the last, garbage time drive - 145 yards, 1 INT, 1 Fumble returned for a TD. Campbell did throw for a high percentage, but so what. Brunell once went 22 for 22 throwing 5 yard dump offs. We won that game against Houston... barely, and I believe we didn't score more than 30. Campbell played bad.
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Again, before the last, garbage time drive - 145 yards, 1 INT, 1 Fumble returned for a TD. Campbell did throw for a high percentage, but so what. Brunell once went 22 for 22 throwing 5 yard dump offs. We won that game against Houston... barely, and I believe we didn't score more than 30. Campbell played bad.
Yes, he sucked, horrible, horrible, horrible, he's garbage and shit. Ok happy? Now let's move on.

And I hope he throws for 400 yds and 4 TDs so you eat your words.
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Well if you don't demand quality then what do you have ? Jason Campbell staring on Sunday. Bu-bum Ching !

I don't even post sometimes because what I'm thinking make sense once it's typed. If talking about Tebow after one game is retarded then I must be brain dead because that's all i've been talking about since Sunday here at work. That and the hatred laced radio show that Lavar hosts.

The guy just needs to start chasing his liquor or just quit cold turkey.

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On a side note, how 'bout Miami beating up on Georgia Tech on Thursday night CFB?
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Yes, he sucked, horrible, horrible, horrible, he's garbage and shit. Ok happy? Now let's move on.

And I hope he throws for 400 yds and 4 TDs so you eat your words.

Im sorry but thats funny. maybe half that is more feasible
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Im sorry but thats funny. maybe half that is more feasible
I know. LOL. But hey, one can dream.

Speaking of impossible things, anyone thinks here that the Jets can beat the Pats?
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I know. LOL. But hey, one can dream.

Speaking of impossible things, anyone thinks here that the Jets can beat the Pats?
Took awhile for the Pats to get going last week vs a lowly Buffalo team that i thought would fold by halftime. Plus the pats LB is hurt so thats a major blow. So IMO an upset could be in the making if BB cant make Sanchez look like a rook. that and if the Jets can get to brady.
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unless #17 tears it up this season we WILL have a new QB and more than likely a new coach. Depending on who comes here determines if we draft a QB (McCoy, Bradford) or bring in a Veteren. I posted something on a previous topic after the game and its relevant here.

A lot of people want to write Campbell off, and I am just not one of them. I dont think the coaching staff is allowing him to play. They are playing not to lose, instead of letting him throw the damn ball. This is a passing league now, not a run the ball 35 time league anymore. Hell Ben Rothlesburger throws the damn ball 40 times a game! I just dont like the play calling. I think Jason could have a very fine year if not great year if allowed to throw the ball. 29 throws when your basically down 17 points the entire game says something to me. One ball down field?? Zorn has to allow him and this offense to turn it loose. We have way to many damn playmakers on offense to score f'n 13 points a game. Its really pissing me off as a type this crap. If this shit doesn't change, then I am all for another damn coach. I have supported Zorn and will support him, but when is time to let the offense open up and be what its suppose to be instead of a shell of itself.

3 to 4 wide most of the game and run out of it. It confuses defenses on personel matchups and thats when you can check out of a run to a pass or vice versa. Why can't the Redskins to this!! it f'n kills me.
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If Tebow is the answer...

The question is: "Which QB will have the most dropoff in success between college and the NFL in the history of the game?"
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Took awhile for the Pats to get going last week vs a lowly Buffalo team that i thought would fold by halftime. Plus the pats LB is hurt so thats a major blow. So IMO an upset could be in the making if BB cant make Sanchez look like a rook. that and if the Jets can get to brady.
Good points. The Pats defense is a bit suspect, but if anyone can pull anything it would be Darth Hoody. I'm sure he has turned Rex Ryan's words into some crazy motivation cause for the team (which in my opinion all of this was media hyping something minor). Maybe we will see a high scoring game where the Pats somehow pull it at the end.
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Speaking of Rex Ryans words. How 'bout that Mark Sanchez ?!?!?!?!?! 270 yards huh ?
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I hear he's a great kid, don't want him as the QB for our Washington Redskins. Let's stop the QB talk and if everyone did there job we would have won..It's a team sport so let's take the wins as a team and losses as a team..
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I hear he's a great kid, don't want him as the QB for our Washington Redskins. Let's stop the QB talk and if everyone did there job we would have won..It's a team sport so let's take the wins as a team and losses as a team..
So carolina's problems aren't Jake Delholmes fault. Must of been DeAngello Williams and Julius Peppers fault for the 4 interceptions and a fumble.
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I hear he's a great kid, don't want him as the QB for our Washington Redskins. Let's stop the QB talk and if everyone did there job we would have won..It's a team sport so let's take the wins as a team and losses as a team..
You know what you're right. If everone did their job then they would've won. If everyone did their job then they would've won a lot of games that they should've won easily. It's just that we are asking everyone BUT Jason Campbell to do their job. Because of his efficiencies everone else has to play damn near perfect. When Moss runs a post route Jason throws a fly. When Kelly ran that beautiful route against Pittsburgh he's running across the field and where did Jason throw it ? Straight. But the deep ball is his best right ? When receivers run slants or drags or crossing routes he doesn't throw to them he usually throws behind them. He doesn't beat the DB by throwing the ball to the SPOT that the receiver is going to end up but to the area near where the receiver will be but he has to wait for him to get there, therefore giving a guy time to recover. I'm sorry bro, it's all about the JC. He's been playing in this league for too long to get passes on the rookie mistakes that he still makes. Cry about the O-Line all day but we can see that they really aren't the problem. It's him. Point Blank. This team is missing one thing to put them over the hump and until THAT part of this team is fixed we'll still be a middle of the pack coulda shoulda woulda type team.
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You know what you're right. If everone did their job then they would've won. If everyone did their job then they would've won a lot of games that they should've won easily. It's just that we are asking everyone BUT Jason Campbell to do their job. Because of his efficiencies everone else has to play damn near perfect. When Moss runs a post route Jason throws a fly. When Kelly ran that beautiful route against Pittsburgh he's running across the field and where did Jason throw it ? Straight. But the deep ball is his best right ? When receivers run slants or drags or crossing routes he doesn't throw to them he usually throws behind them. He doesn't beat the DB by throwing the ball to the SPOT that the receiver is going to end up but to the area near where the receiver will be but he has to wait for him to get there, therefore giving a guy time to recover. I'm sorry bro, it's all about the JC. He's been playing in this league for too long to get passes on the rookie mistakes that he still makes. Cry about the O-Line all day but we can see that they really aren't the problem. It's him. Point Blank. This team is missing one thing to put them over the hump and until THAT part of this team is fixed we'll still be a middle of the pack coulda shoulda woulda type team.
I would say that it is not all about JC, but it is about this team not having a playmaker. We don't have an offensive player that makes others around him better. That's plain and simple. You can typically get by in this league with an average QB or RB or WR as long as you have a playmaker or two that can change the outcome of the game.

Let's take Minny for example...they've had average/pedestrian QB play, average WRs, but they have a playmaker in Adrian Peterson and their defense. In our team, these would be the candidates to be playmakers: our defense, clinton portis, santana moss, and maybe cooley...unfortunately none of those players/units are considered playmakers.
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They aren't. The thing is that this team has enough talent to win games. A lot of them. The man simply cannot take the burden off of anyone. That's my problem. During the offseason we were told how much more of a handle he had on this offense and it's clear that he doesn't. Earlier in this thread someons said that the audible to the run was a good call and that it was Thomas' fault. Really ? This is what I'm talking about. he makes a mistak and instead of blaming him we have to find someone else to blame. When he threw that pick after he was clearly past the ling of scrimmage we blame Moss for not comming back to the ball. Maybe it's because Jason was one step from the sideline about 3 yards past the line of scrimmage. The camera focused on Jasons face after the Skins broke the huddle up until the ball was snapped. They were in a shotgun and do you want to know how much time Jason took out to scan the defense JUST IN CASE he had to make and adjustment ? Not one second. He all of a sudden can run the offense when the game is over, what happens to the other 3 1/4 quarters of play ? Clinton put up 1,400 or so yards last year but he can't do it all by himself. You QB makes your receivers better than they are, not the other way around. When there are 8 men in the box Mr. Deep Ball should be exploiting that. When team show blitz he doesn't change a thing. EVER. If you play Madden, and yes it's that simple, you adjust to what the defense shows you.
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