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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckles View Post
    I would like Long but he does have an injury history. And immoretty sure Dahl is still under contract so he would be the RG.
    Long/Warmack/Wells/Dahl/Saffold would be pretty good. The play of the I-line has me a little puzzled though. I mean no sacks the last 2games against Tampa and Seattle? Seattle at home is tough, to not give up any sacks is quite an accomplishment! I would still look to upgrade at RT but Saffold played well when healthy.

    One of the things I would like to address through free agency and NOT the draft is WR. The young group we have need a chance to develop. DX is. Perfect example of that. If we give up on these guys too soon they could end up being productive for someone else. WRs generally take a few years to mature.
    They did decent, but don't give them too much credit. They allowed a lot of holding calls on them to prevent those sacks. We still can't free up Kendricks enough to use him as a receiver. Jackson was used as a blocker way too often (shown by only having 11 carries).

    And this is all not to mention that Bradford has adapted to crappy O lines. I have never seen a QB capable of running away and out of the pocket and throwing the ball away do it better than Bradford. Even in the pocket, the guy finds a way to throw it to a receiver by his feet without getting intercepted. He threw it to Darryl Richardson about 6 yards behind the line of scrimmage to prevent the sack. He has definitely adapted.
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    Sam had 25 completions, 7 to Jax, 3 to Kendricks, 1 to Milligan. Thats almost half. That tells me those guys weren't staying to help much on passing downs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckles View Post
    Sam had 25 completions, 7 to Jax, 3 to Kendricks, 1 to Milligan. Thats almost half. That tells me those guys weren't staying to help much on passing downs.
    or maybe Jax was doing screen passes? And maybe the TE's were able to get away occasionally, but not enough.

    Be realistic here. The O line play has been decent. You have no way around all those penalties they get. ****, I could play on the O line if I was allowed to hold.

    And another thing you seemed to dodge was how often Sam was running. Go watch the game again...he didn't get sacked because HE, not the O line, did everything he could to prevent it, more so than I've seen from any quarterback.
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