I wouldn't say it's emotion based.
Type: Posts; User: DerekRE_3
I wouldn't say it's emotion based.
I would imagine it's all hands on deck at Amazon during the holidays.
Kap for Cutler?
Staley practiced today. On track for Sunday barring a setback.
That play is the only thing I've chosen to remember from that first game.
That's not a fair comparison either. Team has changed. No Delanie, no Crabtree, Manningham has been hurt most of the year. There were a few weeks where Vernon was out and/or hobbled. Alex had all of...
What makes me feel better about that (with Boone at least) is that he didn't seem bothered at all going up against Robert Quinn, who is the very definition of a speed rusher.
Yeah you just reminded me that Iupati has had somewhat of a down year. He hasn't been bad, just not his usual awesome self.
Good point. Iupati has had an off year, but I also think he's been playing hurt most of the season. It seems like there have been at least three times this year where he limped off of the field...
Boone deserves from major props for his performance at LT. He's spent the last two years working on his technique at guard and didn't miss a beat when he had to play tackle. Not to mention he didn't...
Hopefully Chris Jent can work his magic.
Everything you are talking about comes with experience. Most QB's that come out of college these days weren't asked to go through three or four progressions. He just needs to put his 10,000 hours in.
It's definitely a scheme thing, but that scheme is made with the quarterbacks strengths/weaknesses in mind. Like you said, people are taking the one read thing too far, but it is true that Kap has a...
Kap doesn't just throw to one receiver a game though. That's an exaggeration. He seems to have confidence in Boldin, Vernon, and Manningham. I don't think Crabtree coming back suddenly means he loses...
Most of Kap's issues come from lack of experience. And that's not going to change overnight. While Kap did come into a great situation with good talent around him, it's also hurt him in other ways....
There's one way to settle this...one or both of you needs to look at the All-22 tape. That's the only way to know if receivers are getting open. Broadcast really only shows you what's happening up...
Look no further than Carlos Rogers.
Our defensive coaches just seem to get the best out of guys. There are tons of guys who have really flourished here: Dorsey, Brock, Rogers, Whitner, Wilhoite, Skuta, Brooks, McDonald, etc.
You could argue Brooks has been the best guy on defense the last month or so.
Especially in a west coast offense where all the plays are word based instead of number based like in the digits system. That's just a lot of words to say to the QB in the headset and then repeat in...
They're willing to move Thompson and Patterson, especially Thompson.
Wright played the slot in Cleveland and Detroit. They have also been developing Michael Thomas as a slot corner, but he's a practice squad guy so I would hope they aren't counting on him too heavily.
Crabtree always seems to do well against him. I remember last year there was a play where Crab made Peterson miss twice.
Wouldn't be surprised if our top two corners next year were Culliver and Brock. Eric Wright is auditioning for a spot next year as well. I would think they add a rookie or two into the mix as well.
The field in Washington is atrocious. I'd be shocked if he was active.