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Training Camp Fast Approaching

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Posted: 7/21/2014 9:41 AM

Training Camp Fast Approaching 


Training Camp is about 1 week away (Time flies doesn't it?). What are the things you will be looking for during Camp?

For me:

- I want to see the O-Line and who is pegged to start at C as well as how the other spots outside of LT are being pegged.

- I want to see how Misi does in pads at MLB and if moving Ellerbe to his more natural weakside LB will make a difference.

- RTH. 3rd year. No more excuses.

- Offensive tempo. I want to see what the new Offense looks like and how Lazor incorporates the many pieces we have on O.

- Back up TE. Does Egnew step it up this season with his apparent change in role to be used more as a receiver?

- Albert and Moreno. Do they come to camp in shape? Moreno is out after surgery, but does that give him the excuse of staying overweight or has he put in work to try and get into better shape?

- The Binns, Matthews, Gibson, Landry battle should be a real amazing one to watch.

- The battle at 2 CB opposite Grimes, and then the nickle position too.

- Louis Delmas excites me. I'm looking to see if he can stay healthyand bring a physical element to the secondary that's been lacking.

- Back up S is going to be VERY important with Delmas injury history. Big battle there.

- Back up LB will be interesting too. I expect the young man we drafted out of Florida to actually push Wheeler for a starting spot. I would like to see the kid drafted this year to be the back up to Misi in the Middle.

- Does the braintrust bring in veteran players for quality depth?

"Make it Rain Hell"

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Posted: 7/21/2014 11:02 AM

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Sherman being gone should be the #1 boost to the offense. Not saying it will be explosive but it certianly will not be predictable or ultra, ultra conservative.  That being said, we will learn this year if RTH's refusal to throw down field was Sherman's or RTH's doing.
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Posted: 7/21/2014 3:23 PM

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I'd like to see the offense change the snap count.
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Posted: 7/22/2014 8:47 AM

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All about the offense for me, defense will be decent as usual. Watching Sherman be completely predictable was more than painful last season
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Posted: 7/22/2014 9:37 AM

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TourDeForce wrote: I'd like to see the offense change the snap count.
Agree. LOL!
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Posted: 7/22/2014 9:50 AM

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TourDeForce wrote: I'd like to see the offense change the snap count.
C'mon guys!!! The Hut.  Hut, hut thing had no bearing on the success or failure of the Offense at all!!! lololololololololol. Just because the snap count was like holding up a sign for the D that said "RUNNING PLAY" or "PASS PLAY" means nothing!!! hahahahahahahahaha

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Posted: 7/23/2014 9:09 AM

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That has to be the most moronic "tell" in the history of NFL or College football for that matter.  Just simply amazing any head coach would permit that to occur. 
DantesDolfanInferno wrote:
TourDeForce wrote: I'd like to see the offense change the snap count.
C'mon guys!!! The Hut.  Hut, hut thing had no bearing on the success or failure of the Offense at all!!! lololololololololol. Just because the snap count was like holding up a sign for the D that said "RUNNING PLAY" or "PASS PLAY" means nothing!!! hahahahahahahahaha
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