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Old 12-07-2009, 04:02 PM   #1276
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Chris Meidt should be credited then, because Campbell has referred to him as his QB coach and the guy who has worked most closely with him.
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Old 12-07-2009, 04:07 PM   #1277
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Because I like how Campbell has developed, and how he handled the off-season garbage, I really wanted him to excel this year. I think he shows a lot in the games. BUT, then he goes and throws an INT when we need a drive, not only to win, but maybe give Suisham a chance to redeem himself. That is the frustrating thing. Is it Campbell's fault we lost, not in the least. But did he step up to the plate in the last 2 minutes, game on the line time? No, he did not. I wish he had.
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Old 12-07-2009, 04:09 PM   #1278
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I'm not blaming the refs. Nor am I blaming JC. He played very well against a beat up secondary. He should've played well yesterday!!! All I'm saying is when the game really needs to be won he needs to take over. On that last drive he needed to take us down the field and win the game. Instead he threw a horrible INT. But let's not blame the refs. We all know they're terrible and most of the time it evens out.
Actually it seems that is DOESN'T even out for us...we are constantly getting hosed.
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Old 12-07-2009, 04:11 PM   #1279
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I must have missed that game.
Lucky you, it would've taken some time off the end of your life.

Read over the gameday thread if you don't believe me.
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Old 12-07-2009, 04:29 PM   #1280
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Old 12-07-2009, 04:45 PM   #1281
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You know being one of Jason's biggest critics here I must say first as I did in the game thread yesterday that he played on hell of a game. During Regulation I saw some other guy playing because that wasn't the Jason Campbell I knew. Didn't get rattled at the sight of a blitzing defender. Made quick sound decisions with the football and by god the man found his deep ball. DID YOU HEAR ME PEOPLE? HE FOUND HIS DEEP BALL !!!!

It was simply a beautiful performance by him and I agree that since Sherm Lewis/Smith have been the main playcallers that his team as well as the teams performance has improved greatly.

A game like this is tough for me to judge him on because while he had a great game when the money was on the line he reverted to the guy that I bash. His footwork was off, he rushed his throw, and the result was a pick. Not all his fault; but had he drove them to a score I wouldn't have given credit to anyone else but him. I still think he should go because he's had his chance IMO and I think that it has been a fair one at that. We can scream on the line and not having receivers that are proven but I call Bullshit on that one because he has had enough to entrench himself as "The Guy" here. Also, if he had shown himself to be the guy to anyone else in the league then we would've been raped for this baller QB for a discounted price. He's still here so I guess we pretty much know what the deal is. His numbers didn't lie when it comes to the game yesterday because if I'm going to place blame on anyone for that loss it would be Carlos' stop and go parter Laron.

Is he playing like this because there is no pressure on him ? Don't know, had I never read him saying that the pressure is off and now we can go play then I wouldn't feel that's the case. He did play a good game though, actually I'd say hella good !
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Old 12-07-2009, 11:01 PM   #1282
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As one of Campbell's strongest critics on the site tell me, has Campbell fallen below, met or exceeded your preseason expectations of him?

An argument can be made that all any one player can do is put his team in position to win games, no one player can do it alone. He did that in each of the last 3 games, would you not agree?
He hasn't met my expectations. He's been in position to take us down the field in the Dallas game and this past game. Both games he's turned the ball over when we need him the most. Now with that being said he's certainly playing better and I want us to bring him back next year.
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Old 12-07-2009, 11:14 PM   #1283
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He hasn't met my expectations. He's been in position to take us down the field in the Dallas game and this past game. Both games he's turned the ball over when we need him the most. Now with that being said he's certainly playing better and I want us to bring him back next year.
Why do you want to bring him back?
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Is he playing like this because there is no pressure on him ? Don't know, had I never read him saying that the pressure is off and now we can go play then I wouldn't feel that's the case. He did play a good game though, actually I'd say hella good !
What a difference pass protection makes.
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As one of Campbell's strongest critics on the site tell me, has Campbell fallen below, met or exceeded your preseason expectations of him?

An argument can be made that all any one player can do is put his team in position to win games, no one player can do it alone. He did that in each of the last 3 games, would you not agree?
Not sure if scoring 6 points is considered putting a team in position to win as a QB.
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Old 12-08-2009, 12:27 AM   #1286
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Not sure if scoring 6 points is considered putting a team in position to win as a QB.
If your team has the lead late in the 4th quarter=putting your team in a position to win.
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What a difference pass protection makes.
I'm not talking about defensive pressure. I'm talking about the pressure of winning every game. Because once you're out of the playoff hunt there's no pressure to perform.
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If your team has the lead late in the 4th quarter=putting your team in a position to win.
Especially when your kicker misses an easy one that would have put you up by ten inside of the 2 minute warning.
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:54 AM   #1289
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I'm not talking about defensive pressure. I'm talking about the pressure of winning every game. Because once you're out of the playoff hunt there's no pressure to perform.
You don't think the actual on the field pass protection has anything to do with JC performance? Even more then some perceived pressure to perform?
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Old 12-08-2009, 01:00 PM   #1290
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Even Patrick Ramsey had 300 yard games every now and then. I'd like to see some consistency from him before jumping on the Campbell bandwagon. If a new CBA isnt reached before the march deadline, slapping a RFA tag on him and keeping him another year is a no-brainer - no matter who our HC is or what offense we're running. On the flip side, if a new CBA is reached, and campbell becomes a FA, its probably worth tagging him. he'll be the top FA QB available in a very weak QB market - someone will trade a 2nd rounder for him.
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