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Old 10-20-2009, 09:02 AM   #31
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Re: Mosely: Campbell to start

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I wouldnt say our line is the worst in the league, but even if it was its on the Coaches to adjust. Big Ben got killed last yr and didnt have a run game, yet he still made plays and won the SB. A Rodgers has been sacked 11 more times than JC and he still has more yds and td's with less picks. Hell Farve has been sacked the same amount as JC and has double the td's with less picks. Bottomline you can still have good numbers on offense with a banged up oline. The WCO is supposed to help teams with subpar Olines. Isnt it?
Well JC is not as talented as Big Ben or Favre and the team should recognize that and fix the o-line (since it is also hurting the running game).
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Old 10-20-2009, 09:21 AM   #32
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Re: Mosely: Campbell to start

I bet we could dig up a Ramsey thread and just put JC in the place of Ramsey and it would look like the threads we have going today.
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Old 10-20-2009, 09:35 AM   #33
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Starting JC is the right move, if for no other reason the team needs to see how he'll react & assess him for contract purposes, which at this point is just making sure they'll let him walk.

I've been a fan of JC since Gibbs drafted him, always liked him & thought he would grow here. I think he's like most of Gibbs' qb's; he can play well w/in a structured offense that emphasizes protection, but he's certainly not much more than an avg. nfl qb. I'm sad to say I think he's regressed this year. I do believe that much of it is the dysfunctional unit that he's part of; sorry o line & wr's. Still, he has to take the blame for his inaccurracy, which has been a problem since preseason.

For all those comments about qb's that play well behind weak o lines. How many of those guys have wr's as sorry as ours? None!
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Old 10-20-2009, 10:10 AM   #34
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jason need to sit he had his chance to show something. the brother don't anticipate route, the receiver has to be open for him to throw the ball. he lock in on moss too much n doesn't look off receiver n come back to that receiver. you see the peyton, d.brees, eli, big ben u watch how the play jason is no way close to them. Yes o-line is not great but we need to look at the draft next year but for now todd should start jason already had he's go, even last we when todd came in the off was movin the pretty well.
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Old 10-20-2009, 10:22 AM   #35
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im happy JC gets the start and they announced it fairly early in the week. i hope our offensive players wake the F up and realize there are 52 guys on this roster relying on them playing hard every snap.

i really like our chances against the eagles, even with sherman lewis calling the plays. (is that his name?)

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Old 10-20-2009, 10:38 AM   #36
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Why not let Jason call his own plays? He knows what he can do best and which players he can count on to make plays.
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Why not let Jason call his own plays? He knows what he can do best and which players he can count on to make plays.
Cooley... and Moss.. And... And? Anyone? Buehler?
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Old 10-20-2009, 11:11 AM   #38
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It doesn't matter who starts at quarterback on this team. Basically Zorn is picking the tackling dummy for this week. A five man offensive line that can't block three defenders is a problem. Philly's defense is going to tee off on this horrible offensive line. Zorn is probably thinking Campbell has the best chance of running from the blitz. Until the offensive line starts performing, the results will be the same no matter who is back there. Zorn needs to activate a third quarterback, because I don't think Campbell and Collins will make it through the year. This game is going to be UGLY!
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Old 10-20-2009, 11:16 AM   #39
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I think if you're not giving up on the season, and Zorn's not and I don't blame him, this is the right choice. Maybe Lewis will call plays that will maximize the offense. Zorn can't, and shouldn't give up. If he does, he might as well quit.
I agree......And remember Sunday was the first time Campbell has ever been benched in his football career, I'm hoping this will spark him beyond what happened to him during to offseason. It can't make up for his physical lilitations but hopefully make for a less cautious approach.

There's no further humiliation and/or embarassment the two of them can endure, so if Lewis, notwithstanding what he can't do, can help Zorn in certain situations he has nothing to lose if he's going to be fired anyway. The only way it couldn't be an asset would be if Lewis didn't know the plays.
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All I know is that I am going to have my popcorn ready on Monday night. Either the Skins will absolutely get destroyed because the Eagles are that much better, or the offense will rally behind a rejuvenated JC and begin to over achieve.
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Old 10-20-2009, 11:26 AM   #41
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collins is the better choice for this game over campbell imo. give collins first team reps all week and hed do better than throwing him in at half time. campbell has been in there the whole season and no results. not saying its all his fault, but give collins first team reps and see what he can do in the west coast offense.
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Old 10-20-2009, 11:35 AM   #42
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I think the best thing we can hope for is for Campbell to get motivated and be the catalyst for the offense to get going. I believe if Campbell comes out and puts everything out on the line, the whole offense will do the same - including the offensive linemen.

If not, it's going to be more of the same.
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I think the best thing we can hope for is for Campbell to get motivated and be the catalyst for the offense to get going. I believe if Campbell comes out and puts everything out on the line, the whole offense will do the same - including the offensive linemen.

If not, it's going to be more of the same.
Its just not in Campbell's nature to come out and lay it on the line. If it was he'd have done it in game 1 when, based on the off season, he knew where he stood in the organization. For some reason JC plays tight and often takes a half to settle down. Unfortunately in the NFL you cant fritter away a half waiting for your QB to stop being nervous.
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Its just not in Campbell's nature to come out and lay it on the line. If it was he'd have done it in game 1 when, based on the off season, he knew where he stood in the organization. For some reason JC plays tight and often takes a half to settle down. Unfortunately in the NFL you cant fritter away a half waiting for your QB to stop being nervous.
Yeah, I don't know what it is about him. There's got to be something that can light a fire under his ass and get him going.
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