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Old 05-11-2022, 11:23 AM   #31
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Re: Best Offensive Skill Talent Since When?

Originally Posted by sdskinsfan2001 View Post
Health is the key. I mean that is true for lots of teams. But some teams just flat out don't have sufficient talent either. We do. If Thomas comes back ready to rock and Samuel got a replacement groin, this offense should be stacked:

WR1: Terry McLaurin
WR2: Jahan Dotson (I think he is about as pro-ready as they come to contribute immediately)
WR3/Slot: Curtis Samuel
TE: Logan Thomas
RB: Antonio Gibson or Brian Robinson or J. D. McKissic (I think Gibson will start but the rotation will be pretty equal for snaps as they all bring something a little different)
QB: Carson Wentz

We will actually be able to throw the ball down the field this year too. That is HUGE change from last year. Wentz can hit the deep ball. Terry about to blow up the league this year.
That is probably the single most important improvement of the offseason in my opinion. There was absolutely no threat of a down-the-field attack last year, which had a tremendous effect on our ability to run the ball effectively, control the clock, score quickly... Teams will have to respect the deep threat with this QB and the speed of these receivers.
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