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Da_binder
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how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
With our big receivers, we also have a 6-6 255lb TE who might be the best TE we have had in a long time and I kno that's that saying much.

People say this year's team will lack leadership but I think Moreau, Giles, Brosette, and Brumfield will give us a lot of that this year.


Spankum
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
Agree completely...we saw flashes of brilliance from him last year and we need to find a way to make that work for us.


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TigerLunatik
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
TE is a young QB's best friend. I'm all for it if they can figure it out.


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Malaysian Tiger
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
We going to see a lot of him in different Formations!


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Tmcnair96
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
There's a lot of talent at the TE position. Moreau is the most complete tight end on the squad. Then you add Pettigrew who's probably the best athlete out of the group and Moss who's the best pass catcher. I think we see Moreau on the early downs and short yardage situations. While Moss and Pettigrew see the field on obvious passing downs and situations.


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GaTiger27
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Baton Rouge
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
Moreau is good as shite. I’ll probably draft him on my fantasy team someday, he needs more attention


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TheWalrus
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Memphis
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
I remember the recruiting board was bummed we had to settle for him rather than reeling in a big fish. Worked out alright.


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Datbayoubengal
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Port City
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
Moreau has developed pretty well here. I think he used to play basketball in high school too.

Like I have said before, if they are really serious about running a spread offense (I'm not really optimistic about it because I keep getting burned), a lot of guys will blow up this year.

In particular I see Giles, Davis, and Moreau being the top 3 pass catchers with Anderson (if he isn't in trouble with the coaches again), and RB Helaire, as the top 5 pass catchers.



Malaysian Tiger
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
Ensminger was one of the first OC's to use the Spread. Osborne was the first to use the Spread I Formation. If you watched the Bowl Game with Louisville LSU used the Spread a lot.
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Bayou
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
Ensminger is TE prone. We comin'


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KingMo
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Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2016
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
Having Moreau and Moss should give us a good combination at te. We should be pretty strong in the red zone this year.


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LSUfaninGA
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Perry, Georgia
Member since Nov 2005
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
Wow a Completely positive thread. Nice reading for a change and I learned something too. Thanks to those who posted
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BayouCowboy
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Shreveport
Member since Dec 2012
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
I'm also very interested to see what Ensminger does with Zach Sheffer. He's a little smaller at 6'3 230 so I could see him as an H-back and I imagine he will earn playing time due to him being a very physical blocker. His senior film has more pancake blocks than most OLs. He was also used out of the backfield a lot.

Senior film:
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PapaWoodreaux
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Twin Cities, MN
Member since Dec 2017
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
Don’t sleep on Jacory Washington . If he improved his strength and blocking , trust me he’s the best TE on this team


Damn autocorrect meant Jacory
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ATLTiger
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
I hope Jacory does good things (as with any other player on the team), but it's gonna be his 5th year in the program. if he hasn't improved his strength and blocking enough to be a factor yet, it ain't looking good. not to mention his 1 catch in 3 years.


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Tiger on the Rag
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Cattle Gap Egypt
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
I think dillon will have a good year as well


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Areddishfish
Yale Fan
Luiziana
Member since Oct 2015
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
I like his style of play. He has good size and is a very good blocker, but also has reliable hands. He won't beat you on speed, but is extremely consistent.


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Tiger_Stripes
New Orleans
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
Being the former TE coach, Ensminger knows what he can do. He'll be used frequently with these young QBs.


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patnuh
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South LA
Member since Sep 2005
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
He reminds me of gronk on the field in the sense that he is tough guy...willing to take a lick, give one, throw an elbow if needed.


NotRight37
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Nashville, TN
Member since Jul 2014
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re: how have we forgotten about Foster Moreau
Moreau has contributed his three years at LSU and is a solid player, but don't get carried away with a Gronk comparison.


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