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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick Pepperwood View Post
    We Don't know how to Use Bush. He is the Best Player we have on O. Where are the Screens. Slot Position Catches...Remember when we did not know how to get the ball to Brandon Marshall? Or we thought Wes Welker sucked? Like to have all 3 of those guys on our Team now, and we would be much better. For the record Ted Ginn Jr too.
    to a degree this makes so much sense, it's not always about the talent but the coaches and putting them into position to succeed, like any job. its not just about playcalling either but coaching and training and film study. no denying those guys all had some problems, some flaws, but they all have some really special talent that the coaching just couldnt figure out how to use... tis a shame
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick Pepperwood View Post
    We Don't know how to Use Bush. He is the Best Player we have on O. Where are the Screens. Slot Position Catches...Remember when we did not know how to get the ball to Brandon Marshall? Or we thought Wes Welker sucked? Like to have all 3 of those guys on our Team now, and we would be much better. For the record Ted Ginn Jr too.

    You sir get a 100. I remember the jets game when we force fed marshall the ball it was so obvious he was getting the ball the other ten men could have left the field. We ran Ricky into the ground and now we are trying to make Bush a power finesse back.












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    We dont screen to Bush cuz are lineman are pedestrian,we got Marshall the ball but he couldnt catch it and nobody thought Welker sucked, New England was willing to pay a kings ransom for him they knew he would be a stud in their off.
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    The bottom line is nobody is getting enough touches, too many 3 and outs for this offense.

    Reggie Bush and Daniel Thomas combined don't add up to Arien Foster's numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe W. Namath View Post
    I watch the fins and I have no doubt that they have no intention on trying to win games. They are masquerading as trying to win but they are really not. and it might not be a bad move being that they have no shot at the super bowl anyways.
    If the phins aren't trying to win, what are the Jets doing? Man, Sanchez running into his own lineman's ass and fumbling sure screams of trying to win

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    Reggie Bush is probably one of, if not, the best pass catching running back in the league. I don't mind his number of rushes but I do mind that he isn't getting 2-3+ catches every game.


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    Quote Originally Posted by phinatic1399 View Post
    Daboll used him better last year, he used him in the passing game a lot more.
    I really miss Daboll's run plays. I'm much more a fan of the tradition BOB style blocking, instead of this ZBS ****. a lot more misdirection, and much more consistent running lanes. oh well.
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    once our passing game gets going though, we wont even care who our runningback is haha
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    You guys remember how much danny used his guys out of the backfield, especially tony paige, keith byars and terry kirby? imagine what he would do with a guy like bush that is much more of a mismatch and probably just as good a receiver as any of those guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeperImage View Post
    I still feel that we are not using Reggie to his full potential. The run-blocking is not as good as it was at the beginning of the season either, and it doesn't help that Reggie has started dancing more in the backfield.
    7 receptions in the past 6 games says it all
    as much as a play maker Bush is/can be our coaching staff doesn't know how to utilize him
    like when he was catching 60-70-80 passes out of the backfield
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