I'm okay with it.
Type: Posts; User: Berliner
I'm okay with it.
I completely agree. I think Cobb will be better this season if he doesn't return kicks and punts. And he's only 22. Many rookies are older than him.
Lacy will probably the lead back. But the Major...
The competition between Circle Button and the Major heats up. haha
I wanted to say this the whole time. But Lacy is only a rookie. We don't know yet how good he will be.
And he is slow and injury prone. ;)
The ref who screwed the Packers against the Hawks wrote already a book about it. :facepalm:
I don't know enough to argue who improved and didn't. But the you phrased it made it look like only Wilson just improved the offense. Without him the offense would be bad again. So it seemed to me...
Agree to disagree?
I see your point but I would argue againt it. ;)
When did I say this?
I said you have to consider it for every player.
Does every player mean Russell Wilson?
Let me quote an article:
You don't need new players to have a better offense.
It was impressive. I just don't like putting rookies after one season into the top 10. Otherwise Hayward is a top 5 CB and I wouldn't say that. I want to see if he can repeat.
See my post above....
You know what McCarthy said about the draft picks this year and what they mean for the Packers this year? The biggest addition this year will be the second year players who were rookies last year....
What do you mean by that?
Wilson's ruhsing yards plus Lynch's yards equals a higher average? Of course. When a QB runs most of the time he has a lot of room to run. I wouldn't question this.
I would have done the same. It worked. It was a great system. No doubt. But you have to agree that you have to take it into consideration. It makes it easier for him than for an offense without a...
Yeah, that was an overstatement. He had a pretty good season, especially for a rookie QB. But he had a ton of help.
But how many good rookie QBs have a good team around them?
I think almost every QB needs the right system and that's why I don't like the system QB stuff. Without the right system every player won't be as good as he could be
Of course. And I see your point and agree. At the end of the day Brees is the checkdown king ;)
I haven't seen to many Hawk games but how often did they use play action last year? It must have...
And he did it for more than one season. And if you only use one season or the last two there are several QBs who average a 100 passer rating.
Rivers had a 100 passer rating or more from 2008 to...
I only wanted to include WR or TE so I left out Sporles. I give you Colsten although he isn't that much better than any receivers the Hawks have. Moore is more like Meachem and he had a really bad...
You could make an argument that the only true weapon is Graham (and he's great) and that Brees make the others WRs look good.
For comparison: How good was Meachem last year in San Diego?
True. But his defense was historically bad. He had throw a lot every game.
Wilson had a better run game and way better defense which makes it a lot easier for him IMO
Rodgers, Brady, Peyton, Brees, Ryan ?!
It isn't only about sacks. But 5.5 sacks is pretty good for a 3-4 DE. His rookie season was pretty good and his second season was one of the best defense performance of all time. I don't think he...
Rookie QB seasons? Of course.
All time all QB season? No way. So you compare Rodgers season in 2011 with Wilson's season? That's insane. For example: Even Rodgers last season was better than Wilson...
The difference is as far I see it that Watt's season was one of the best season for any defensive player or at least d-liner. You can't take that away from him.
Wilson season was one of the best...
And more roster moves...