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Posted 11 Dec 2013What we saw from Geno against Oakland was much better, although it was ridiculous that the commentators were praising him for having one of his best games in the NFL. Geno did look more confident in the pocket even when there was pressure, used his legs well and his accuracy was better.
Yet the interception he threw (and the play before when he was almost picked of) were awful, while the offense seemed to have been scaled down. There certainly weren't as many deep throws called than has been the case throughout the year.
I think he certainly deserves to start the next three games and that giving significant playing time to Simms at this point would be counter-productive. Prior to the Raiders game there may have been a case for that. But now Geno's had his first solid game in a few weeks, let him play out the season and hopefully build some more confidence.
IMO from what i seen, is geno is best throwing the ball downfield. in the 15+ yard range. he has zip and throws a nice deep ball. but in the short game (the 5-10 yard throws) he struggles where accuracy is so important in traffic. his pick against oak was a little behind a WR on 3rd down that if thrown in the right spot would have been a 1st down. Thats the kind of throws peyton manning never misses. If geno wants to succeed he needs to make those throws period. I think that marty need to roll him out more and give him space to see the field and let him air it out. geno wont be succesfull running a timing offense. he needs to be in a an attack down the field offense
Posted 9 Dec 2013We need a real wide receiver. We haven't had one since Braylon Edwards the 1st time in my opinion. Everyone was in love with Holmes with his clutch plays but he was never a true number 1. Stephen Hill has not worked out he still could develop but will probably never be better then a #3. Jeremy Kelley is Jericho crotchety 2.0 great gutty slot player but never a true #1. Drafting a great wide receiver next year who could develop with Gino might really help him out.
I think we can be alright w/o the draft. we don't have 2-3 years for one to develop and a lot of good FA WRs are out there. we could grab a guy like maclin or nicks and pair them with holmes (assuming he takes a paycut) plus kerly and hill in the slot and nelson/salas in the 5th and 6 spots.
Posted 9 Dec 2013And what is Matt Simms again? I think hes a unknown, who says he would do worse than that? Geno is on a 2 TD 12 INT run now. 9 TD 20 INT for the season, hes clearly not our future.
Simms is lucky to be on the team. He isn't an NFL QB. Geno might be doing bad, but simms won't be any better. at least geno is a rookie with potential. I think he issue is his decision making which can be fixed, so thats good. He just needs time. He could be the future he could not. Simms has 0% chance to be our future. With that said his TD was lucky. i am 95% sure he was aiming for holmes and kerly made a great play on it.
Also our WRs suck right now as does the o-line, its not all on geno
Posted 9 Dec 2013
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