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Old 07-25-2008, 11:08 AM   #1
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ESPN.COM: Campbell taking changes in stride- again

Nothing really new here, but a good little read nonetheless. Happy Friday everyone.

ESPN - Campbell taking changes in stride -- again - NFL
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Old 07-25-2008, 11:41 AM   #2
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"Jason won't be as good in his first year in this offense as he will be down the line" Zorn said. "But what I'm hoping is that he can manage the game and play solid football. We don't have to win because of him but we do have to be able to win with him."
I think that is very telling...it seems to suggest that Zorn may be *gasp* patient during the development of his young quarterback. What a novel thought...
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Re: ESPN.COM: Campbell taking changes in stride- again

These articles are all starting to sound the same, I just wanna see them play already! I can't wait for the scrimmige tommorow!
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I think that is very telling...it seems to suggest that Zorn may be *gasp* patient during the development of his young quarterback. What a novel thought...
Patience? What is this concept of which you speak?

This is a put up or shut up year for JC, but I'd be pretty pissed if we didn't give him the entire season to develop and pulled him from the starting lineup. People tend to forget that he has started about ONE season's worth of game experience.
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Patience? What is this concept of which you speak?

This is a put up or shut up year for JC, but I'd be pretty pissed if we didn't give him the entire season to develop and pulled him from the starting lineup. People tend to forget that he has started about ONE season's worth of game experience.
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This dude has dealt with a lot, but he seems very poised and handles these kind of changes much better then half the babys in the NFL. Don't be shocked if you see a press confrence with Malcom Kelly crying like TO because of how much love he has for him! JUST KIDDING!
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I think that is very telling...it seems to suggest that Zorn may be *gasp* patient during the development of his young quarterback. What a novel thought...
I really like what I see from JZ right now. I still need to see what he does when the real bullets start to fly but so far he IMO has the team right where it needs to be.
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I really like what I see from JZ right now. I still need to see what he does when the real bullets start to fly but so far he IMO has the team right where it needs to be.
COULD NOT agree more!
Everything I see and hear gives me confidence in JZ.
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I really like what I see from JZ right now. I still need to see what he does when the real bullets start to fly but so far he IMO has the team right where it needs to be.
I do too, especially because he seems to believe that if Jason Campbell fails, then Jim is failing at his job as well. Part of Zorn's job was to bring Jason along, if he's unable to do that, I believe he will take that failure personally
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