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Comment 13 Feb 2019

I was very excited, an AWFUL LOT about the Sr Receivers that came back, so they could have a chance to play with Dwayne and show what they were capable of doing, beyond playing with JT and being heavily criticized when it was obvious that the passing was as much the problem, as every other thing that was blamed, except the ability to make all the throws.

And YEAH, I know the above is a big run on sentence; Lol!

Comment 13 Feb 2019

M Thomas said it best and before season’s start when he said that the WRs were gonna eat.  The first 3 games we saw a variety of calls and a sense of not knowing who was going to get the ball.  Upon Meyer’s return, I saw a return to a concentration on Meyer’s beloved H position.

With a new regime (Coaches), and different players, and another good passing QB, I hope we see more of the play calling with a real utilization of the traditional WR positions, not just an over reliance on the H spot.

Comment 06 Feb 2019

One of the biggest requirement from the Parochial schools is that a student must have 8 semesters of Theology classes, which general are consecutive in nature and can NOT be taken two in the same semester.

Comment 04 Feb 2019

With the Colts success with 1st rounder Quinton Nelson @ Guard, I think the measuring stick has been raised by Teams looking to draft Guards.

Comment 22 Jan 2019

If McLaurin’s NFL experience is limited to that NE’s Matt Slauter (sic) journey, he’ll be $18M dollars richer, with 8 or so years in the League, multiple Pro Bowls, and a few SB rings to boot.

Once heard the Panthers’ Steve Smith say that the NFL is comprised more than not, of many middle to late round guys.

I remember when Tyquan was projected to be a mid to late round pick, and was ultimately taken by the Colts in the 2nd.  Not saying that’s McLaurin’s fate, but there’s a lot of smart football personnel guys out there.  Wishing McLaurin nothing but the best!

Comment 22 Jan 2019

Seeing Campbell and McLaurin on the next level will be interesting.

It won’t just be about speed, or blocking but overall contributions.  Campbell will most likely be an outside Reveiver, I imagine he’ll have work to do on his route running.  He’s not likely to be fed just short passes and it be all about YAC.

I know it’s an outlier position to state, but I won’t be surprised about how McLaurin performs and it won’t just be about ST.

You can’t teach speed, but if you’re a true Receiver, it’s about more than just speed!

Definitely looking forward to following all three 5th yr Receivers going forward!

Comment 21 Jan 2019

Chuck, is this why Braxton signed a futures contract with the Eagles?  In essence to “save” a spot for him @ the start of Camp as an Invite?