re: Who agrees the Ricky Seals-Jones is a must getPosted by Larry Hollins on 10/7/12 at 12:38 pm to CP3LSU25
we have not gotten a high quality oos wr in 4 or 5 years. what makes you think we can get RSJ with the type offense we run. we will have to make changes to the offense and les indicated last night that the problem was the mistakes in execution and not the scheme. RSJ is becoming a long shot.
Bowtie, are you saying we need a big wr in order to throw jump balls all the time? You know that jump balls are 50/50 and are unsuccessful more than successful? Also who's gonna catch the passes that aren't jump balls? One big wr isn't going to make a huge difference in our offense. If the small wrs we have can't catch the non jump balls in order to get us into jump ball situations then what good is a jump ball wr?
Didn't see who posted it but Landry has great hands. Drops haven't been his issue. Lack of throws to him and lack of him being open are his problem. The drops we've had issues with have been committed by Boone and Beckham primarily, especially Beckham. What the frick is wrong with that kid?
re: Who agrees the Ricky Seals-Jones is a must getPosted by Larry Hollins on 10/7/12 at 10:00 pm to Tigah32
RSJ is really high on the list. it is obvious by our poor red zone production that we need a big receiver even if he is used as a decoy sometimes. we had no idea what to call when we got the ball on the 8 yard line. we cannot score in the red zone.
I DO agree with Larry and others on needing a big WR for the redzone, that is the one time I think height matters at that position. The fades, jumpballs, etc. are more prominent then and favor the vertical dimension.