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Old 01-06-2010, 11:16 PM   #46
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His accuracy is 10th best in the league, better than all the other QBs in the NFC East. I am not saying by any means that he is anywhere near one of the best QBs in the league but to say his accuracy is 'horrible' is simply untrue
I believe he also lead the league in passes shorter than 10 yards. Probably had a little something to do with his perceived accuracy advantage.
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Old 01-06-2010, 11:19 PM   #47
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When you say our OL is horrible then blame JC for limiting the offense it really makes me doubt that you actually think the OL was horrible.

I think you're just paying lip service to the OL being bad but don't actually believe or comprehend how bad our OL was.
It wasn't that bad until Samuels went down. JC sucked the first 4 games and the line had nothing to do with it. That said, I thought he played well later in the season. Maybe it was Zorn's shitty play calling. But you can't pin the first 4-5 games on the O line, especially considering we played the Rams, Lions and Chefs.
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I think Schaub is more established than someone like Aaron Rodgers or Joe Flacco. I think he's more productive in the historical (not 2009) sense.

I would say Schaub is great, with the cavioat that if you were to remove him from the creativity of the Texans offense, his physical tools (or lack thereof) might limit him in another offense.

Basically, don't mess with his success.
Schaub was money in Atlanta as well. He's a very good NFL QB.
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Mark Maske:
"As for other potential additions, former Broncos standout wide receiver Steve Watson might have a role. And front-office official Jim Goodman, who has previously worked with Shanahan, could have a position in the reorganized football operation"

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As Denver’s wide receivers coach from 2003-06, Watson helped three different players record a total of four 1,000-yard receiving seasons in Rod Smith (2004-05), Ashley Lelie (2004) and Javon Walker (2006). Smith maintained his elite level of play under Watson as the veteran recorded at least 74 receptions three times while Lelie developed into one of the game’s top deep threats as evidenced by him leading the NFL in yards per reception average (18.7) from 2003-05.
Walker, coming off an ACL injury that limited him to one game in 2005, re-established himself as one of the NFL’s top wide receivers under Watson in 2006. He finished the year with a team-high 1,084 receiving yards and showed his versatility in becoming one of only three wide receivers since the 1970 NFL merger to score on a touchdown reception and a touchdown run of at least 70 yards in the same season. Watson’s wide receivers also in 2006 helped ease rookie quarterback Jay Cutler’s adjustment to the NFL as the first round draft choice started Denver’s final five games of the season.
In 2005, Watson’s wideouts helped the Broncos post a 13-3 record, win the AFC West title and advance to the AFC Championship Game. Smith was named to the Pro Bowl for the third time in his career and for the first time since 2001 by posting his second consecutive 1,100-yard receiving season (1,105). He also became the first undrafted player in NFL history to reach 10,000 career receiving yards and ranked ninth in the league in receptions (85) for the year.
Lelie also led the NFL in yards per reception average (18.3) for the second consecutive year under Watson’s guidance in 2005, posting 42 receptions for 770 yards.
The Broncos’ wide receivers excelled in 2004 with Watson as their position coach, helping the club boast the AFC’s No. 3 pass offense at 249.9 net yards per game (6th in NFL) and record the fourth-most passing yards in a season (3,999) in club history. Individually, Smith became the franchise’s all-time leader in receptions and touchdowns and finished the year with a team-high 79 catches for 1,144 yards (14.5 avg.) with seven touchdowns.[/
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video on kyle talking about his new gig
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Finally got to watch this. Excellent video. It will be an interesting combination next year. 30 years old, new baby any day, Mike screaming come up here and his wife saying you better not! Anyone else ever experience that LOL. Interesting to note that our new HC will not have playcalling duties, but will go over the game plan with the OC. I guess not every offensive genius needs to call his own plays.
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