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Thread: WR Brian Hartline: We have a "championship offense"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Phin View Post
    Oh...and a second-rate offensive line...

    This is not a championship offense! Period.
    Well the team with the "lesser" OLine won this past Super Bowl.

    But @ Hartline.


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    Quote Originally Posted by finomenal View Post
    Slow down Hartline. A seam busting threat at TE has to emerge first. You also need a #2 WR that will enable you to do damage in the slot. That's what I call a championship offense.
    And we need one more thing...better offensive coordination. I hope that Sherman was just limited by talent last year, but I saw nothing special in his plays. He did nothing in the red zone that was special. Every year I watch the Pats and other good teams have plays in the red zone that get guys wide open with good misdirection....I didn't see any of that out of Sherman. It was always a struggle to fine the endzone.
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    Clearly you have NO IDEA what your talking about...Was Sherman great? NO But to say you saw nothing is ridiculous!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Phin View Post
    And we need one more thing...better offensive coordination. I hope that Sherman was just limited by talent last year, but I saw nothing special in his plays. He did nothing in the red zone that was special. Every year I watch the Pats and other good teams have plays in the red zone that get guys wide open with good misdirection....I didn't see any of that out of Sherman. It was always a struggle to fine the endzone.
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    He forget to use a very important word, potential.

    This offense hasn't scored one TD yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayden Fox View Post
    Add a quality LT and a red zone threat...either at TE or WR and I would say it is a "playoff caliber" offense...and you know what? That is fine at this point.
    add another pass-rushing end, a playmaking defensive back, & a consistent kicker to what u have there- & (on paper) we can be an "afc championship caliber" TEAM
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    how can you have a championship caliber offense with the 27th ranked QB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Phin View Post
    And we need one more thing...better offensive coordination. I hope that Sherman was just limited by talent last year, but I saw nothing special in his plays.
    You saw nothing special in the offensive coordinators plays because the people running those plays sucked!
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    Quote Originally Posted by defiant View Post
    You saw nothing special in the offensive coordinators plays because the people running those plays sucked!
    who knows . Sherman still has alot to prove as an OC. He definately didnt show alot last year but maybe it was the talent.
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    WR Brian Hartline: We have a "championship offense"

    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    I personally dont think any player should be running his mouth until they get it done on the field. 4 losing seasons and friggin trash talk amazing
    I agree it's one of the more stupid things I've heard a player say in a long time. It's one thing to say you have a championship level offense and another to say you have the potential to be a championship level offense.
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