The need for a big tall WR is more evident every game.
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re: The need for a big tall WR is more evident every game.
Posted by bopper50 on 11/11 at 6:14 pm to south bama tiger

no doubt it would be nice to have a tall target in the corner of the end zone. This would help our red zone efficiency. Jump ball one on one in corner of end zone when QB throws to that spot very hard to defend, especially if they got to protect against a Full back like copeland running up the middle

This is the corect answer.


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Posted by BilJ on 11/11 at 6:28 pm to bopper50
I'm just going to cut to the chase and call you a fricking idiot

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Posted by deuce985 on 11/11 at 6:40 pm to bopper50
OP's post makes no sense. How does any of those points have anything to do with getting a big WR...

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Posted by Maximus on 11/11 at 6:51 pm to BilJ
don bopper

dude is a tool

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Posted by Alltheway Tigers! on 11/11 at 9:31 pm to bopper50

I'm..not really seeing why a hypothetical defensive meltdown means we need a big receiver?

like, they don't really go together at all.

The best defense is a great offense.

Times are a changing, time to get on board the offense train..

TXAM defense player who made the game winning INT says "piss off!"

You do realized just how close TXAM came to losing that game right? If the "great football coach" Saban maybe would have run the ball or even a SCREEN. Bama was getting 3.9 yrds per carry.

First and goal on the six with 4 minutes left. One run and three pass plays with THAT offensive line?

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Posted by Jeff Goldblum on 11/11 at 10:03 pm to bopper50
Don't forget about Travin Dural. 6'2" and can leap a small building in a single bound. Had he not broken his tibia in fall practice, he would have seen significant time this fall. Kid can play.

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Posted by ATLTiger on 11/11 at 10:40 pm to bopper50
what if we don't give up that TD to Bama?



Then get's the onside kick and score's again ?

... you appear to be a fricking idiot with a thing for apostrophes.

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Posted by peopleschamp on 11/11 at 11:00 pm to bopper50
I would take Josh Reed over any receiver LSU has had in the last 20 years. That said I agree. I would rather have a physical specimen at receiver in the 6'4" range.

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Posted by redstick13 on 11/11 at 11:10 pm to bopper50
Damn right. We really need a big tall receiver to field those onside kicks. Man you really know your shit! Can someone pull the Internet plug on Choctaw please?

This post was edited on 11/11 at 11:19 pm

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Posted by stho381 on 11/12 at 12:34 am to bopper50

but whats happens if Miss State completes the pass instead of the Loston pickoff

but what happens if LSU doesn't stall on 2 of their drives and gets TDs instead of punting.....then we win by 30+.

Doesn't matter....37-17

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Posted by bayou blazer on 11/12 at 9:26 am to south bama tiger
i could not agree more. hopefully that is the priority in 2014. We have enough of the small receiver types (6'0). Time to get a few taller guys

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Posted by lsugradman on 11/12 at 9:57 am to bayou blazer
Not all tall WRs play like big target men. T Toliver certainly didnt.

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Posted by moneyg on 11/12 at 10:13 am to lsugradman
So, I'm guessing the OP wants a tall WR to play in our prevent defense and on special teams?

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Posted by chrisksaint on 11/12 at 10:52 am to moneyg
A big WR would be nice, but I don't see how it's evident every game. Landry has the quickness in his routes and the hands to get it done in the end zone despite his size.

Hopefully next season and beyond Desean Smith will provide some size in the receiving game.

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Posted by lsugradman on 11/12 at 11:11 am to chrisksaint
With Desean Smith and hopefully Jacory Washington in the fold as flex TEs we will be fine in the red zone for the next few years.

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Posted by LSU GrandDad on 11/12 at 11:34 am to AlaTiger

We need to recruit a big, tall WR like it is its own position.

i'm sure we are trying to do exactly that (just like every other team). our red zone offense needs a tight end receiver and a tall guy to throw the fade to. hopefully, mett will improve his fade pass as the pro's will definately require that. and he has improved it somewhat but needs to keep improving.

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Posted by stapuffmarshy on 11/12 at 12:31 pm to bopper50

It could happen one day.

my nuts could fall off one day as well

kinda like yours already have it seems

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Posted by brewhan davey on 11/12 at 1:50 pm to redfieldk717

oregon is accepting new fans, ill send you an application

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Posted by omegaman66 on 11/12 at 2:13 pm to brewhan davey
Mike the Tiger is finally getting some age on him. That said if we could land a 1 armed kicker I think that would put us over the top!

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Posted by JakeFromStateFarm on 11/12 at 3:12 pm to bopper50
A tall WR could've given the D a pep talk, to make sure the other team didn't score, seeing as it is a known fact that tall WRs are the best motivational speakers. He could've given one to the special teams unit as well. I agree completely. We are in need of a tall WR to rally the troops and ensure that hypothetical losses like this never happen again.

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