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2021 Questions

banned1976

All Pro
The biggest question I have as it relates to position groups is, who will be the second leading receiver on this team? I’m pretty confident in Cooks as#1 but I’m intrigued to see who has the second most receptions/yards.

My guess is that it will be a TE.
 

steelbtexan

King of the W. B. Club
Contributor's Club
The biggest question I have as it relates to position groups is, who will be the second leading receiver on this team? I’m pretty confident in Cooks as#1 but I’m intrigued to see who has the second most receptions/yards.

My guess is that it will be a TE.
Whoever the slot wr is.
 

Number19

Hall of Fame
Whoever the slot wr is.
The way the team is currently constructed, it's looking like our base formation will be two WR's and two TE's. We'll run and pass from this formation without a substitution or change of personell. Where the receivers line up - all on the same side, on opposite sides, as an H-back, will be play dependent.

There will be little disguise in our plays. Our receivers will have to run precise routes to gain separation and Taylor will have to make quick decisions and accurate throws.

Akins/the TE should be the second most looked for target. Although with only three primary targets, the spread should be pretty equal if this offense is to perform most efficently.
 

Speedy

Former Yeller Dweller
The biggest question I have as it relates to position groups is, who will be the second leading receiver on this team? I’m pretty confident in Cooks as#1 but I’m intrigued to see who has the second most receptions/yards.

My guess is that it will be a TE.
I don't see how a TE is the 2nd leading receiver when Kelly only recognizes them once every 3 games. I'd say a RB has a chance to be #2, but with 12 on the roster, that's highly unlikely.

I'm wondering who's going to be the leading rusher?
 

steelbtexan

King of the W. B. Club
Contributor's Club
The way the team is currently constructed, it's looking like our base formation will be two WR's and two TE's. We'll run and pass from this formation without a substitution or change of personell. Where the receivers line up - all on the same side, on opposite sides, as an H-back, will be play dependent.

There will be little disguise in our plays. Our receivers will have to run precise routes to gain separation and Taylor will have to make quick decisions and accurate throws.

Akins/the TE should be the second most looked for target. Although with only three primary targets, the spread should be pretty equal if this offense is to perform most efficently.
When they're behind, I bet they will run a lot of 3 WR setts.
 

steelbtexan

King of the W. B. Club
Contributor's Club
I don't see how a TE is the 2nd leading receiver when Kelly only recognizes them once every 3 games. I'd say a RB has a chance to be #2, but with 12 on the roster, that's highly unlikely.

I'm wondering who's going to be the leading rusher?
Ingram, unless Lindsey breaks a bunch of long runs.
 

powda

I bought Watson a massage gun on Amazon prime day!
I still think we're holding so many rbs to trade one for a wr. Maybe couple an rb and 6th rd pick for a wr?
 

banned1976

All Pro
I don't see how a TE is the 2nd leading receiver when Kelly only recognizes them once every 3 games. I'd say a RB has a chance to be #2, but with 12 on the roster, that's highly unlikely.

I'm wondering who's going to be the leading rusher?
I’m actually leaning towards David Johnson leading the way on the ground. I wasn’t at all impressed with Phillip Lindsey in preseason and that kind of surprised me.

Maybe Johnson is the leading rusher AND the second leading receiver.
 

The Pencil Neck

Hall of Fame
What’s the phrase…when you have 5 running backs you don’t have one?
That's really just about quarterbacks. If you have a couple of guys, then you don't have THE guy.

There's absolutely nothing wrong with running back by committee unless you're looking at it from a fantasy football perspective. It's possible to have a strong running attack even if you don't have a single thousand yard rusher on the team. I mean, just last year, the Ravens lead the league in rushing with Lamar Jackson getting 1005 yards and the Patriots were 4th in rushing with none of their RBs getting more than 700 yards. Granted, both of those specific cases had the QB adding a lot to the mix, but that looks exactly like what our offense is going to be.
 
I'm concerned about the secondary, I have a bad feeling that they will get torched more than a BP pipeline. There is not 1 player back there that I would say is above average and maybe only 1 or 2 are average. Having 1 good CB would allow 1 safety and the MLB to cover those open areas that are going to be natural to Lovie's defense.
 

leebigeztx

Keep it Movin!
Developing players and most importantly a new culture.
Winning creates culture. If you're bad, you can have all the culture guys you want. Where was this poor culture 2 years ago when the team was up on KC? The culture shifted with Esterbunny for the worse.
 

steelbtexan

King of the W. B. Club
Contributor's Club
Winning creates culture. If you're bad, you can have all the culture guys you want. Where was this poor culture 2 years ago when the team was up on KC? The culture shifted with Esterbunny for the worse.
Yes the culture was poor. It's the reason I wanted BOB fired.

You need some vet leadership in a rebuild. IMHO
 

leebigeztx

Keep it Movin!
Yes the culture was poor. It's the reason I wanted BOB fired.

You need some vet leadership in a rebuild. IMHO
1 per room is enough and they have to be able to play. Ingram, cooks,britt,Taylor. Thats 1 per room. You dont need Johnson,Buckhead, Amendola, Cannon, thats overload.
 


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