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Old 07-30-2013, 11:07 AM   #196
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If he didn't have the drive that he did I doubt we would have mortgaged the farm on him honestly. Shanny is better talent evaluator then Al Davis was towards the end of his life.

Looking at those two pictures I can't believe a professional RB could get that out of shape in 2 months. He said he ate a lot of fast food, what he failed to mention is that he did not move for 8 weeks from his couch while indulging in fast food.

It's almost like he made that movie that Morgan Spurlock made a few years ago "Super Size Me".

As far as Geno goes he actually had a pretty good report as far as playing QB, he just didnt run "gassers" well at the end of the day.
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Added Baldy on Monday's "Inside Training Camp": "However, he did look good getting in and out of the huddle, getting to the line of scrimmage, getting the ball out of his hands quickly."

"You see a lot of accuracy, a lot of zip on the ball obviously from Geno," Evans observed
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Chip Kelly's New High-Tempo Offense in Philadelphia May Face a Major Challenge: Referees - WSJ.com

NFL laying down the rules on CHip
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The Pats averaged 74 plays per game?? That's crazy for the pro game. I'd guess that the average is in the 50's. I think Kelly will be able to run his offense. Maybe not at the college pace but he'll be able to go quickly. But in order to run as many as New England, he's got to get first downs and not turn it over. Not sure he can do that with his QB situation.
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Looks like Packers RB Eddie Lacy threw on some pounds between OTAs and training camp....



Eddie Lacy Is Looking Rather Large at Packers Training Camp | Bleacher Report
Wow....that's just flat out lazy. I wonder if we could offer one of our backs to GB for a draft pick...maybe Royster or Helu. They need help at RB in the worst way.
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Well I guess some of you will never consider RG3 to be elite, because its hard to see him putting up insane passing numbers as long as he's playing in a Shanahan offense that places such a high premium on the running game. I actually think 3800 yards and 25 TDs is probably his ceiling in this system.

Stats are overrated. Putting up big numbers in pass happy offenses don't make you elite. Matt Stafford or Tony Romo anyone?


Exactly. Bottom line is Flacco is a proven winner. Not sure I would put him as an elite player but he's pretty damn good.
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The Pats averaged 74 plays per game?? That's crazy for the pro game. I'd guess that the average is in the 50's. I think Kelly will be able to run his offense. Maybe not at the college pace but he'll be able to go quickly. But in order to run as many as New England, he's got to get first downs and not turn it over. Not sure he can do that with his QB situation.
Avg is mid 60's I believe.
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meanwhile in denver lol
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WHOA, Ish ripped Chris Carter

To be perfectly honest with you, Cris was a bona fide diva,” Ismail said. ”[T]he greatest guy that I played with was Shannon Sharpe, because he raised the game up for me as a player. I know there would be times when we’d get in the huddle and he’d look over at me and go, ‘Q, we need to make a play.’ Or whatever it might have been in that moment. And I swear to you it would be like, ‘Oh my god, I’m going to make a play because Shannon just called me out.’ And sure enough, boom, it would be there. Shannon was that kind of a guy that you just knew that he was in your corner. You couldn’t say the same thing for Cris Carter. You couldn’t say the same thing as far as his attitude towards his teammates. You couldn’t say the same thing as far as his attitude as far as the coaching staff. You knew that he had a selfishness to him that was an extreme selfishness.”


Could he flat out make catches? Absolutely. Could he flat out make plays? Absolutely. But there’s a reason why they didn’t go all the way and win Super Bowls,” Ismail said. ”There’s a reason why, that his talent was good, but when you talk about Jerry Rice talent you also talk about that team elevating it to the next level to win championships. When you talk about Shannon’s talent you are talking about that team elevating and winning championships. When you are talking about talent, there’s one thing to have talent but, to me, if you’re a complete, amazing football player, others around you rise up to whatever their level of talent is.”
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WHOA, Ish ripped Chris Carter

To be perfectly honest with you, Cris was a bona fide diva,” Ismail said. ”[T]he greatest guy that I played with was Shannon Sharpe, because he raised the game up for me as a player. I know there would be times when we’d get in the huddle and he’d look over at me and go, ‘Q, we need to make a play.’ Or whatever it might have been in that moment. And I swear to you it would be like, ‘Oh my god, I’m going to make a play because Shannon just called me out.’ And sure enough, boom, it would be there. Shannon was that kind of a guy that you just knew that he was in your corner. You couldn’t say the same thing for Cris Carter. You couldn’t say the same thing as far as his attitude towards his teammates. You couldn’t say the same thing as far as his attitude as far as the coaching staff. You knew that he had a selfishness to him that was an extreme selfishness.”


Could he flat out make catches? Absolutely. Could he flat out make plays? Absolutely. But there’s a reason why they didn’t go all the way and win Super Bowls,” Ismail said. ”There’s a reason why, that his talent was good, but when you talk about Jerry Rice talent you also talk about that team elevating it to the next level to win championships. When you talk about Shannon’s talent you are talking about that team elevating and winning championships. When you are talking about talent, there’s one thing to have talent but, to me, if you’re a complete, amazing football player, others around you rise up to whatever their level of talent is.”
Lol...thats funny. To be honest you can just tell he is a tool on ESPN sunday mornings. I still laugh thinking about what he said about Calvin Johnson, that was pure jealousy and hate.
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Lol...thats funny. To be honest you can just tell he is a tool on ESPN sunday mornings. I still laugh thinking about what he said about Calvin Johnson, that was pure jealousy and hate.

I forgot what he said about CJ ? Did he say he wasn't that good or something?
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To be perfectly honest with you, Cris was a bona fide diva,” Ismail said. ”[T]he greatest guy that I played with was Shannon Sharpe, because he raised the game up for me as a player. I know there would be times when we’d get in the huddle and he’d look over at me and go, ‘Q, we need to make a play.’ Or whatever it might have been in that moment. And I swear to you it would be like, ‘Oh my god, I’m going to make a play because Shannon just called me out.’ And sure enough, boom, it would be there. Shannon was that kind of a guy that you just knew that he was in your corner. You couldn’t say the same thing for Cris Carter. You couldn’t say the same thing as far as his attitude towards his teammates. You couldn’t say the same thing as far as his attitude as far as the coaching staff. You knew that he had a selfishness to him that was an extreme selfishness.”


Could he flat out make catches? Absolutely. Could he flat out make plays? Absolutely. But there’s a reason why they didn’t go all the way and win Super Bowls,” Ismail said. ”There’s a reason why, that his talent was good, but when you talk about Jerry Rice talent you also talk about that team elevating it to the next level to win championships. When you talk about Shannon’s talent you are talking about that team elevating and winning championships. When you are talking about talent, there’s one thing to have talent but, to me, if you’re a complete, amazing football player, others around you rise up to whatever their level of talent is.”
No wonder Randy Moss turned out to be a selfish diva just like him. This is the guy he learned from coming into the league.
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I forgot what he said about CJ ? Did he say he wasn't that good or something?
"video game receiver", not in his top 5 best WR in the game. Lost all crediability he had and then apologized like half way during the season when CJ was torching everybody.
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what an idiot.
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