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Old 05-08-2008, 04:18 PM   #31
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Hammy pulls have nothing to do with contact or no contact. You could pull your hammy walking up stairs or jogging down the street. Hammy pulls are generally not caused by contact. Zorn said it has something to do with his throwing stance and release.
Yeah Zorn said he thinks it's because he has Jason sinking deeper into his stance. Let's keep our fingers crossed and hope this is the reason.
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Old 05-09-2008, 02:01 AM   #32
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I know i'm going to catch a lot of hate mail on this one but Campbell will fall by week 3-5 and Colt will take the driver seat to the playoffs and maybe SuperBowl...With our recievers and offense scheme you would want it all so(Not a Campbell injury...maybe thats too far)
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Old 05-09-2008, 02:07 AM   #33
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I know i'm going to catch a lot of hate mail on this one but Campbell will fall by week 3-5 and Colt will take the driver seat to the playoffs and maybe SuperBowl...With our recievers and offense scheme you would want it all so(Not a Campbell injury...maybe thats too far)
Assuming that does happen (which I highly believe it wont), don't you think TODD COLLINS, the proven backup and team leader, will lead the team to the playoffs, not the unproven, 6th round draft pick rookie who has never so much as play a down of professional football in his life?
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our training staff is about the worst ever.
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Old 05-09-2008, 07:01 AM   #35
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Hammy pulls have nothing to do with contact or no contact. You could pull your hammy walking up stairs or jogging down the street. Hammy pulls are generally not caused by contact. Zorn said it has something to do with his throwing stance and release.

While what you said is true, you still need to stretch the damn thing
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I know i'm going to catch a lot of hate mail on this one but Campbell will fall by week 3-5 and Colt will take the driver seat to the playoffs and maybe SuperBowl...With our recievers and offense scheme you would want it all so(Not a Campbell injury...maybe thats too far)
There's ZERO chance of that happening. Colt will join Anthony Mix, Sultan McCollough, Mike Espy, Robert McCune and Garnell Wilds in the Message Board Hall of Fame but that's the closest he will see to any meaningful recognition. He's more of a project than any other QB drafted this year and will probably spend the season on IR from his hip injury.
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Old 05-09-2008, 01:07 PM   #37
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I would rather have Todd Collins start anyways. Granted, he ran an Al Saunders offense that he knew in KC, but he has what it takes to win games and run an offense. his QB rating was about 100, and lead us to 5 straight wins. Its clear Campbell cannot run an offense. He makes too many key mistakes, like the ends of the TB and Dallas games where he threw costly picks. His TD and INT ratio is bad, and his QB rating has been low as well, in the high 70's. The upsetting thing is that his stats show no improvement year to year. We cannot win with him, just look at his record as a starter, its below 500. though collins is old, he really hasnt been banged up much in his career due to being a backup.
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I would rather have Todd Collins start anyways. Granted, he ran an Al Saunders offense that he knew in KC, but he has what it takes to win games and run an offense. his QB rating was about 100, and lead us to 5 straight wins. Its clear Campbell cannot run an offense. He makes too many key mistakes, like the ends of the TB and Dallas games where he threw costly picks. His TD and INT ratio is bad, and his QB rating has been low as well, in the high 70's. The upsetting thing is that his stats show no improvement year to year. We cannot win with him, just look at his record as a starter, its below 500. though collins is old, he really hasnt been banged up much in his career due to being a backup.
Isn't this exactly what you said in another thread? I mean like "cut-and-paste" exact?
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Old 05-09-2008, 02:08 PM   #39
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yes. some people dont read every thread
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I would rather have Todd Collins start anyways. Granted, he ran an Al Saunders offense that he knew in KC, but he has what it takes to win games and run an offense. his QB rating was about 100, and lead us to 5 straight wins. Its clear Campbell cannot run an offense. He makes too many key mistakes, like the ends of the TB and Dallas games where he threw costly picks. His TD and INT ratio is bad, and his QB rating has been low as well, in the high 70's. The upsetting thing is that his stats show no improvement year to year. We cannot win with him, just look at his record as a starter, its below 500. though collins is old, he really hasnt been banged up much in his career due to being a backup.
There's a reason that he was a backup for 10 years. HE'S NOT GOOD ENOUGH TO BE A 16 GAME STARTER! Campbell after 16 games has a better TD:INT, QB rating and completion percentage than many Hall of Famers (Elway and Favre to name a couple quick ones) at the same point in their careers.

Do some of you guys not actually watch football and realize it takes some/most QB well into their 3rd year as a consistent starter to establish what type of QB they are going to be? Would anyone take Drew Brees, Matt Hasselbeck, Donovan McNabb or Marc Bulger right now? I'd say just about anyone who says Campbell isn't going to be good would take one of them now. All of them experienced significant growing pains and struggles early in their careers and have been Pro Bowl QB since.

Give him time before writing him off.
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Old 05-09-2008, 02:36 PM   #41
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believe me, i hope i am wrong
he just doesnt appear comfortable running an offense. and so far it has showed.
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I would rather have Todd Collins start anyways. Granted, he ran an Al Saunders offense that he knew in KC, but he has what it takes to win games and run an offense. his QB rating was about 100, and lead us to 5 straight wins. Its clear Campbell cannot run an offense. He makes too many key mistakes, like the ends of the TB and Dallas games where he threw costly picks. His TD and INT ratio is bad, and his QB rating has been low as well, in the high 70's. The upsetting thing is that his stats show no improvement year to year. We cannot win with him, just look at his record as a starter, its below 500. though collins is old, he really hasnt been banged up much in his career due to being a backup.
If you do a search you can probably find a whole bunch of other threads about Jason Campbell and copy and paste into those as well.
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Old 05-09-2008, 04:48 PM   #43
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campbell is a deadbeat loser. his record as a starter sucks. his QB rating sucks. he throws untimely INTs (TB and Dallas games). he has shown NO improvement year to year. let me guess, you probably liked ramsey too, right? The QB position requires brains as well as skill...you put in Collins and he goes 4-1. No superbowl, but Campbell was 4-6 as a started including a win against AZ in which the Skins had 178 yards of total offense and used the D to win. wow thats great, let me tell you. I want to win now, and I want the guy who can get wins. You may like a 4-6 record, and perhaps you used to be an ex Lions or ex Cardinals fan? lucky for you, there was a coaching change, else, Gibbs and Saunders would have kept Collins as a starter for next year.
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campbell is a deadbeat loser. his record as a starter sucks. his QB rating sucks. he throws untimely INTs (TB and Dallas games). he has shown NO improvement year to year. let me guess, you probably liked ramsey too, right? The QB position requires brains as well as skill...you put in Collins and he goes 4-1. No superbowl, but Campbell was 4-6 as a started including a win against AZ in which the Skins had 178 yards of total offense and used the D to win. wow thats great, let me tell you. I want to win now, and I want the guy who can get wins. You may like a 4-6 record, and perhaps you used to be an ex Lions or ex Cardinals fan? lucky for you, there was a coaching change, else, Gibbs and Saunders would have kept Collins as a starter for next year.
Good luck on lasting a week.
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Old 05-09-2008, 05:18 PM   #45
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wow great comeback.
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