kind of funny as usual how people have backed off praise of Bess. At one time he was equal to welker now is he lesser than Gibson which means Gibson is better than Welker.
yea right lol
When Death Smiles Upon You the Infantryman smiles back
WVdolphan "Ireland gets it.
And those who also get it, know that Ireland gets it. Those who are clueless are still concerned about cornfed and the running game"
WVDOLPHAN "The last thing this team should be worried about is the OC(offensive corn). When you add it all up, its really a pretty solid OC"
I would like to thank Harry Bagpipe for drawing my attention to this thread. It's a gasser.
Read it clearly and you will see that I'm saying that we are passing MORE then any other team. MORE often. When I write "top passing team" it means that we are one of the top teams in the amount of times we are trying pass attempts.
No where do I say that we have a great passing attack or do I say I love our WRs. No where, lol.
The point I'm making is clearly that we are passing too often during preseason, lol. This was the last preseason game and I was commenting how few times in our preseason games we have run the ball compared to how many times we thrown the ball.
Thanks for the joke, Joke.
Here is that post for you:
"Now that we have a starting QB, it is time to run the ball
Yes, stats can lie. We are right now one of the top passing teams in the NFL. The simple reason for this is as I've been saying, we have been looking for a QB and WRs so we are passing almost all the time.
For example, we have attempted 108 passes in two games compared to only 58 pass attempts from the teams we have played.
We have only attempted 40 rushing plays compared to 232 rushing plays from the teams we have played.
Do not make the mistake of thinking that we passed more because we were behind in the score. We came out passing and the coaches care a lot more about running the plays and using the players they want instead of caring what the score is."
If you look over last season's games, we did not throw into the end zone very often. Few WRs break off several 30-40 yard TD catches and runs per season. To score more from passing, you have to attempt to throw more TD passes.