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Old 12-14-2006, 06:31 PM   #61
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Re: Jason Campbell..What's his time table?

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I get the feeling that you think these technical flaws are uncorrectable.
Look at my post that you quoted.
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The good news is, every one of those mistakes is correctable. The bad news is, they are the kind of mistakes that become habits, and those habits will keep you from becoming the kind of QB you can be. I hope he can correct some of these problems. His ability to move around can be a nice asset if he can get the rest of his game worked out.
I have no idea how you could think that I don't think, or want, these things to be corrected. I disagree on Brunell. I think you once again have a case where he looks bad along with the rest of the offense during the first half of a season where a brand new offense is being installed. I think there are definitely things Campbell does now that Brunell would not get done. I also think that there are a lot of basic plays that would be successful if we had Brunell in. I feel certain we would have won the Atlanta game with Brunell.

That hardly matters though. Brunell is not the future and Campbell might be. I would have benched Brunell at the bye week, because I want Campbell to get as much work as possible and we all knew the season was over. It is time to find out if Campbell is something we think we can move forward with or just another bungled Gibbs/Snyder personnel decision. So, I am solidly in the corner of Campbell improving. I just take a critical look at his play, that is all.

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Old 12-15-2006, 06:29 AM   #62
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the way the snyder era has progressed I would not be surprised one bit if campbell was not the starter next yr,it wouldnt surprise me if brunell was here next yr,gibbs says campbell will be the starter,brunell will be backup,but first game,campbell gets sacked hard,brunell goes in,campbell doesnt see the field again till brunell has run the team into the ground
I hate to agree with you but I do...
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Old 12-15-2006, 09:20 AM   #63
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Al Saunder's qoute in today's Post...

"You start with his feet and we've said that since training camp, and move up," said Saunders, who oversees the Redskins' offense. "His drops have got to be quicker, his rhythm has got to be quicker, his release has got to be more compact, his decision-making process has got to speed up. He's a victim of his own great physical ability. In high school, he could stand back and wait for a receiver to get open and the velocity of the ball would get there before a little guy who just came from chemistry class could go and break it up. And he played against Vanderbilt [in college], and he's flushed out of the pocket and throws downfield and the ball gets there before the nuclear physicist two years down the road can get there.
I don't see anything about him taking deep drops, it just says that he needs to speed everything up.
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Old 12-15-2006, 11:17 AM   #64
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I don't see anything about him taking deep drops, it just says that he needs to speed everything up.
Maybe i was reading b/n the lines a little w/ Al S's saying he needs to be quicker and later in the article, it eludes to him taking as many as 9 steps back. Maybe its not the # just the speed, either way he has a little work to be done in the offseason.


Campbell can make plays others cannot, but the Redskins want him to be sound fundamentally as well. Sometimes he has taken as many as nine steps back before getting rid of the ball, and coaches spent one week harping on his first step out from under center. Campbell's looping delivery, which can allow a defender an extra split second to reach him, is something the coaches will look at as well.
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Old 12-15-2006, 11:56 AM   #65
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Despite some of these technical flaws, he was effective in the second half and made plays that Mark Brunell couldn't. The two turnovers were bonehead plays, especially the one that went for a touchdown. That was a guaranteed field goal to a touchdown for the opposition.

I get the feeling that you think these technical flaws are uncorrectable. Would you rather still be watching Dr. Dumpingstein? Where was this criticsm of Mark Brunell. Mark Brunell drops were too deep. The tackles attempted to veer the pass rush to the outside and many times Brunell was too deep for the protection. Brunell starred down his primary receiver and 9 times out of 10 failed to throw to anyone further than 5 yards downfield. I would call that failure to pull the trigger.
Why does everyone compare his play to MB but then say how bad he "MB" sucks. Thats like looking a grade of a "D-" and saying that was good becasue the other guy got an "F".
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Old 12-15-2006, 12:04 PM   #66
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Why does everyone compare his play to MB but then say how bad he "MB" sucks. Thats like looking a grade of a "D-" and saying that was good becasue the other guy got an "F".
Unfortunately for us, Brunell was our qb over the last few years and is a natural comparison.
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Unfortunately for us, Brunell was our qb over the last few years and is a natural comparison.
I agree but it makes no sense.
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