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  1. #31

    Re: Can we Leave Cam in San Diego?



    Quote Originally Posted by purplepoe View Post
    Cam Cam Cam.

    This freakin OL gives ANY offensive co. all sorts of issues.

    They can't get push for a 6' 6" QB to get a yd on 3rd down.

    Then they get destroyed after said QB checks out of the called play.

    You said our OL doesn't block well on "those kind of plays".

    You mean plays that any competent OL should be able to block?

    Give it a rest and start pointing some blame at the GD players.

    PP
    My point was that by running the same types of running plays constantly, our OC isn't helping our O-Line who struggle with blocking on short yardage plays.

    Some variety would reduce the predictability, the other defense won't be able to load up on the right side like they did on that 4th and 1 to Pierce because they'll have to account for a counter or a trap to the left--but only if we actually ran it more than once every presidential administration.




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    Re: Can we Leave Cam in San Diego?

    Quote Originally Posted by PerpetuallyBored74 View Post
    My point was that by running the same types of running plays constantly, our OC isn't helping our O-Line who struggle with blocking on short yardage plays.

    Some variety would reduce the predictability, the other defense won't be able to load up on the right side like they did on that 4th and 1 to Pierce because they'll have to account for a counter to the left--but only if we actually ran it more than once every presidential administration.
    Sorry, but Flacco checked into the run to the right.

    We'll never know what the initial play call was.

    I get it. It all comes back to Cam.

    Never fails.

    PP




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    Re: Can we Leave Cam in San Diego?

    Let's start with this. The OL on the road does not play well, the DL knows the snap count it is obvious. Yanda taps, 1-mississippi snap, the D gets a great jump on the ball.
    Joe struggles on the road as well, often over throwing easy passes.
    As far as the 4th and short, I like Pierce in on short yardage, Rice has not done well with power plays at all. Joe switched sides and I don't blame him, I seen McKinnie about 5 seconds before the snap still asking Oher what he was doing/who was he blocking. McKinnie has whiffed a few times this year.

    So take the lack of confidence in the Left side with McKinnie in and the fact that the D is all over the snap count, end result Pierce stuffed.




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    Re: Can we Leave Cam in San Diego?

    lol the cam defenders just wont give up




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    Re: Can we Leave Cam in San Diego?

    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    lol the cam defenders just wont give up
    Yeah Really! I guess Joe checked into all of those 2nd and 10+ running plays as well and so many long developing pass plays with a bad snap count on the road is on Joe too. I'm not a Joe defender cause he did not play well early on. I'll tell you what surprised me is Torrey running short crossing routes that worked several times and some quick strikes up the seam. Almost looked like the O knew how to play on a few of those calls, but Cam managed to squander most of those plays by going back to his basic attack the sideline and leave Joe in the pocket forever with no one open for the quick pass.




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    Re: Can we Leave Cam in San Diego?

    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    lol the cam defenders just wont give up
    You mean the people who realize that there is more than one thing that creates issues on this offense?

    PP




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    We don't know right now if the problem is Cam, Flacco or other players. We'll never know what the problem is until something changes and it's a helluva lot easier to replace a coordinator than a QB and/or 10 other offensive starters. Cam may not be the problem but the Ravens need to see what Flacco does with another coordinator. The thing is we knew all of this in the offseason and Cam got extended anyway. Until some part of this dynamic changes, I can't see getting any different results.

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    Re: Can we Leave Cam in San Diego?

    Either way, i"m gald it all worked out in the end. As Yanda said in training camp, Embrace the Grind!
    Great road win for the Raven.. Let's get the north crown next week.




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    Re: Can we Leave Cam in San Diego?

    Quote Originally Posted by chicagoravensfan View Post
    We don't know right now if the problem is Cam, Flacco or other players. We'll never know what the problem is until something changes and it's a helluva lot easier to replace a coordinator than a QB and/or 10 other offensive starters. Cam may not be the problem but the Ravens need to see what Flacco does with another coordinator. The thing is we knew all of this in the offseason and Cam got extended anyway. Until some part of this dynamic changes, I can't see getting any different results.
    Cam may not be the problem, but that doesn't mean someone else as OC wouldn't fix the problem. We need an offensive system and coordinator that is going to work with the players we have.




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