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Chico23231 05-07-2022 09:46 AM

Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
The skill talent on the offensive side of the ball is the best we have had in a long time and its still growing as they are relatively a young in terms of age and experience. Looking at the WR, RB and TE…we need coaches to mold these guys and Turner to put them in position to win.

WR:
Scary Terry: Entering his prime, has put up great numbers with limited QB play. Best offensive player on the team.
Samuel: proven gadget player who can make big plays. Healthy now after coming off injury
Johan Dotson: 1st round draft pick who is NFL ready. Great hands and fast.
Cam Sims: Big body receiver entering his prime. Has shown flashes and has been a Skin his entire career. I personally think Sims is underrated
Dyami Brown: Young, fast developing WR. Has a nice connection with new QB Sam Howell
Dax Milne: Another young developing WR talent who the coaching staff likes.

RB:
Antonio Gibson: Entering prime with a lot of experience. Good mix of speed and power. Fumbling issue but still an important piece for this team.
JD: One of the best pass catching running backs in the league. Experienced. Chose the Skins over the Bills: culture change working?
Brian Robinson: rookie Power back from college program with proven lineage at the position. The new Jonathan Stewart for our offense.
Patterson: young developing RB

TE:
Logan Thomas: Proven TE in his prime coming off big injury
John Bates: Already one of the best blocking TE in the game. Developing his receiving skills
Cole Turner: Rookie TE with prolific receiving stats in college. Big, tall target with large catch radius. Ex WR and a hands catcher.
Sammy Reyes: Big developing TE. 26, will probably need to show a little this year.

I like the mix of size, youth and role based specialists…this group has alot of potential. Turner doesn’t have excuses as adding an experienced QB should tie the room together much like the dude’s rug.

rocnrik 05-07-2022 10:11 AM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
Am I on the correct forum??? Did I just read a positive post about the commanders?? … Great Post Chico!! Refreshing to read something that gives hope ..

That Guy 05-07-2022 10:44 AM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
WR: a true #1, a 1st round pick (unproven), a guy that has massively disappointed on a big money contract, and some random depth that has been fine in limited time
RB: some guys (this is not clinton portis or even stephen davis level. gibbs 2.0 #1/2/3 would run circles on this group (portis/betts/cartwright w/ cooley as a sometimes h-back and a real fullback (mike sellers)))
TE: no one as good as cooley in his prime

not to mention gibbs 1. gibbs 2 had moss at WR and literally no one else (and he had no one at QB)

not trying to debbie downer, but sorta debbie downer.

Chico23231 05-07-2022 10:54 AM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
Context with Samuel is disappointing due to injury vs just not showing up on the field is needed.

Reed was much better than Cooley, but no one at TE position is as good as both.

And agree at RB, but you do know gibbs last coached in 2007? So yeah, it’s been a long time.

I think having the best QB on the team since Cousins will help show off the talent.

That Guy 05-07-2022 03:18 PM

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qb best since healthy alex smith for sure

jamf 05-07-2022 05:02 PM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
Half the guys haven’t done shit in the league. Dyami brown averages one catch a game! He isn’t worth mentioning.

to answer your question: 2016 had a stacked team
KC threw for 4900 yards
Garçon and Jackson at WR.
Davis and Reed at TE.
Kelley and CT at RB.
Trent and Scherff on the Oline helped too.

Chico23231 05-07-2022 05:10 PM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
[quote=jamf;1316359]Half the guys haven’t done shit in the league. Dyami brown averages one catch a game! He isn’t worth mentioning.

to answer your question: 2016 had a stacked team
KC threw for 4900 yards
Garçon and Jackson at WR.
Davis and Reed at TE.
Kelley and CT at RB.
Trent and Scherff on the Oline helped too.[/quote]

Terry, Samuel, Thomas, AG have had decent seasons…putting them together with a better supporting cast and Wentz is gonna be something else!

Jamf let’s fucking go! Honk honk!

Meks 05-07-2022 05:18 PM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
The best in all this was the closing line. Bravo

FrenchSkin 05-07-2022 08:16 PM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
Agree with the overall point that we have enough talent on offense to succeed, especially with a significant improvement at QB.

Now for the "since when" part of it, I don't really know, it's partly subjective and contextual, but it's definitely a talented offensive roster. That's part of why I would be really mad if we don't sign a MLB. Don't know how realistic it is, but this roster is built to win now. And if they don't, at some point you have to put it on the coaches.

Schneed10 05-07-2022 09:03 PM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
Best since Kirk Pierre DeSean Crowder and Jordan Reed.

This group definitely is not better than that.

Chief X_Phackter 05-07-2022 10:34 PM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
We don't know what this group is, until they all get out on the field together.

skinsfaninok 05-07-2022 10:49 PM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
It’s a good squad probably the best since the cousins years.

At the end of the day nothing matters if Wentz sucks. I think he will be fine but you get the point.

Also we really underrate AG on this forum. He’s a stud


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sdskinsfan2001 05-07-2022 11:08 PM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
[quote=skinsfaninok;1316376]It’s a good squad probably the best since the cousins years.

At the end of the day nothing matters if Wentz sucks. I think he will be fine but you get the point.

Also we really underrate AG on this forum. He’s a stud

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I like Gibson but he fumbles too much for stud status imo.

Schneed10 05-08-2022 09:19 AM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
Yeah Gibson’s fumbling has him closer to losing a starting role than he is to stud status.

To call him a stud you’d have to be assuming he has that fixed and I don’t know how we can assume that.

sdskinsfan2001 05-08-2022 11:02 AM

Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?
 
[quote=Schneed10;1316380]Yeah Gibson’s fumbling has him closer to losing a starting role than he is to stud status.

To call him a stud you’d have to be assuming he has that fixed and I don’t know how we can assume that.[/quote]

He better fix it real quick. Robinson is good enough to be a starter. I think Gibson offers more versatility, but I'd recommend not fumbling for at least the 1st 4 games if he would like to remain the primary back.


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