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Old 09-05-2007, 06:36 PM   #61
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Re: Mark"stinky"Schlerth needs to be jolly stomped

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Thank God those contractual obligations exist because this program was an absolute delight. Does anyone know when it will be on again?
Not on the schedule for the foreseeable future...so you can find something else to bitch about
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Old 09-05-2007, 06:47 PM   #62
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As for our analogy, what has Gibbs done the past 3 years to warrant the belief that we are playoff bound? We have issues on the O-line, and a first full year starting QB with I might add a real problem if he gets injured for any significant time this season for lack of a backup who can win games.

The only thing I believe we can hang our hats on this up coming season is our defense, I wouldn't be surprised to see a repeat of the 2005 season when the defense carried this team to the playoffs and hid a lot of our lack offensive ability. Yes we are more talented on offense this year but will it really make a big difference? Gibbs has put all his eggs in 1 basket in Campbell, if he's not the goods we are a last place team.

I think whether we have legitimate issues on the offensive line really remains to be seen. Unless Chris Samuels has completely fallen apart and Pete Kendall is a bust, then I would agree. But that scenerio doesn't exist. Concern, yes. Issues, no. We'll be fine on the offensive line.

Certainly Gibbs is putting all of his eggs in one basket with Campbell, but what coach isn't with their first string quarterback? Same could be said of Indy, the Pats, Bengals, ummm Dallas....and the list goes on and on. Hell, Cleveland is flipping coins from one week to the next to figure out who their quarterback is! Talk about finishing last, now that's a classic example.

If we live or die with Jason Campbell, I'm fine with that. As long as we do more living than dying.
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Old 09-05-2007, 07:07 PM   #63
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I think whether we have legitimate issues on the offensive line really remains to be seen. Unless Chris Samuels has completely fallen apart and Pete Kendall is a bust, then I would agree. But that scenerio doesn't exist. Concern, yes. Issues, no. We'll be fine on the offensive line.

Certainly Gibbs is putting all of his eggs in one basket with Campbell, but what coach isn't with their first string quarterback? Same could be said of Indy, the Pats, Bengals, ummm Dallas....and the list goes on and on. Hell, Cleveland is flipping coins from one week to the next to figure out who their quarterback is! Talk about finishing last, now that's a classic example.

If we live or die with Jason Campbell, I'm fine with that. As long as we do more living than dying.
Seriously, isn't this exactly what we've wanted since the beginning of last season?? The switch and full commitment to the future in Jason Campbell??!! Now it's hear and people are still griping. I don't get it.
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Old 09-05-2007, 07:22 PM   #64
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There will be griping until there are wins. As good as Jason looked last year, he didn't win. I know he didn't have a defense to play with and he did look good but there are always going to be doubters when your team goes 5-11 the year before.
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