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Old 04-11-2005, 06:42 PM   #16
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Re: The Perils of Drafting WRs

Originally Posted by Mattyk72
I know Gibbs loves his tight ends, but perhaps we'll see some changes this year and just maybe some different looks involving 4 wideouts? Just a thought. He seems pretty intent on making whatever changes necessary to get the ball down the field, and he's never been one to rule anything out.
Where’s the Fun-N’-Gun when you need it?

Seriously, I have a confession to make. Last season, when Portis was averaging around 3 yards per carry, and we couldn’t complete a pass over 30 yards to save our lives, I too had dreams of dispensing with the smash-mouth style of football and lining up 4 or 5 wideouts and ripping away for big gains through the air. Say what you will about Spurrier, but at least we had some semblance of a passing game for a few games. I really think if Gibbs had just let Ramsey go through the learning pains of his offense, our stats through the air would have been markedly better.
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