Campbell's_da_man

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  1. Common Kirk....I just don't know....

    I'm starting to agree with this line of thinking. He would probably never admit it, but I think the millions $$$ are affecting his thinking, even while he's on the field. Looks like he's scared to make a mistake or something. Whatever is ailing him it's preventing him from being a true leader. I know, there were a few dropped passes that might've change the outcome of the game, but still he's just not worth the money. McCoy may not be a top ten QB either, but he's head and shoulders above Cousins. You can blame it on having two new receivers, but the Brady's and Rodgers don't use that excuse. The great QB's win no matter who goes down. I'm ready for McCoy, at least he'd be more aggressive. And I also think the front office shot their selves in the foot by thinking they could cut Sudfeld and then put him on the practice squad. Now when Cousins walks next off-season the skins will have only one QB that knows the system (McCoy). It will take the guy they picked up from Atlanta 2 years minimum to learn the system. Looks like inmates are running the asylum. And now they might have to draft a QB with next years #1 draft pick??? They are well known for head-scratching bone-headed moves. On a positive note, the defense played good enough to win. I believe they will keep getting better as the season goes on, once they get everyone on the same page.
  2. I hate to say it but Snyder and Allen might have done the right thing

    Considering the organization, Allen probably drove SM to drink. However, it's starting to appear that SM was beginning to lose his touch as far as drafting talent goes. I mean, he seemed to lose some confidence in drafting quality players, so, in order to hedge his bets, he wanted more picks, because he knew it might increase his odds of finding more diamonds in the rough, to compensate for any misses in the higher rounds. In other words, he started trading quality for quantity. Just look at the last two MLB's he picked. I doubt either one will ever be a starter. Both are too small to play inside in a 3-4 scheme.