Post more often.
I read an article years ago talking about the importance of a wr that lines up on the line and had the ability to get off the line easily (x, y, z, or
Dud: Adams. Needs to be benched until he runs routes with more determination. TT's first high round WR "miss"?
Jason Wilde @jasonjwilde 43m43 minutes ago
Per @PFF, #Packers would-be pass-catchers dropped just one pass in first three games. Since then,
Rodgers liked Adams because he is as big as Nelson and so man coverage has a whale of a time getting hands on him to stop or redirect. I assume, though
i thought he was being sarcastic and saying he's not use to people posting so much on here
You may have fucked with the view setting. If you scroll down to the bottom do you see a link saying "full site"? If so click it.
I disagree a bit with Monty, he is shifty enough that he is a nightmare in man on man matches short and he threatens with YAC if not game breaking ability.
Nelson immediately takes the top CB off of Cobb and makes a safety stay deep. But beyond those schematics or tactics, he simply would eliminate the need
I am working on the road. Not getting officials calls or home field auto-suggestions.
The Defense could have made a few more plays. But the offense has simply fallen down. Special teams put the D in a bind twice last night. Can't win at
Maybe that was a way of saying Adams has to get his head out of his ass and start catching the damn ball. Without actually saying that.
esoxx, pbmax, red and Smidgeon have been officially eliminated.
I hear what you're saying, and I understand injuries. However, what you're saying assumes that the offense would be fixed if the people we lost to injuries
It's very easy to say "next man up" but when you look at your bench and the only wide receiver available is Janis, or you look at the tight
No. What I'm saying is the loss of Nelson, Montgomery, Adams (five games), Quarless, Lacy (for whatever reason for 8 games), even Abredaris, has hindered
So what you're saying, really, is our offensive system was so fragile that the loss of one guy (not the QB) could make it all cave in on itself. Now we're
For years -- going back to the Greg Jennings days -- Arod has benefitted from having the best and deepest receiving corps in the NFL, especially true
It's kind of a trickle down effect. Rodgers and the rest of the offense knows the system. Implementing a new system, even one that is less complicated