conceding defeat...have to admit, you are a subject matter expert on being defeated...consider this analysis of the 4th and 29 play to be more proof you know very little about football...
I found this analysis here --> http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/...a-f9c03e74c0d8
Ron Jaworksi, using the coaching tape, did the best. First, “Jaws” complimented the call by Cam Cameron. As Jaworski illustrated, Cam had four players streak up the field – Jacoby Jones, Anquan Boldin, Dennis Pitta and Torrey Smith. As these four neared the first-down distance, they were equal distance from each other across the field, and there were seven Chargers in the neighborhood.
Second, “Jaws” then complimented Joe Flacco’s read of the play. “Joe sees seven guys covering four, and Joe will have to throw it over 35 yards to reach any of his receivers. He wisely checks the ball down to Ray Rice.” Then Ron showed the magic of the play: “Note when Rice catches the ball, he’s almost 20 yards from the nearest downfield defender. Joe has now given Ray a chance to make the play.”
you are the stereotypical internet genius who, when pushed, is exposed as a know-nothing loud mouth.....more EPIC FAIL on your part...
That's how I've seen him from the beginning too. A good quarterback, who if he minimizes mistakes, will be good enough to lead this team to a Super Bowl. Nothng more, nothing less. He's never going to be an "elite" quarterback because he just doesn't have that kind of talent. I accepted that a long time ago and saved myself a ton of aggrivation. But it could be a lot worse and I'm content having Flacco behind center.
Number two: Where did you hear that several players have stated the Cameron is NEVER wrong, NEVER takes full responsibility for his mistakes? Which players have stated this?
You ask me why I can't see that Cam is the problem. It's because I see players who are open and Flacco cannot get them the ball on a consistent basis. He has the talent to but will lay an egg in a lot of games. With that said, I expect him to put up pro bowl numbers next week. If I am wrong about that then you can throw that in my face. Just out of curiosity, How do you think Flacco played yesterday?
You didn't see the TD pass to Smith in the end zone that Smith couldn't corral? You didn't see the pass that Smith blew in the opening drive deep in Steeler's territory? You didn't see the 2 passes that hit Boldin RIGHT IN THE HANDS that he couldn't catch? etc. etc. etc. You see what you want to see, man. And that's why these discussions are unproductive. And it's not like this chit with Cameron's problems have just popped up; it's been going on for YEARS. Why else do you think he was on the hot seat from his own FO, for Pete's sake?
How do I think Joe played yesterday? Fair, under the circumstances. Smith catches the TD pass in the end zone that Joe put right on his hands the way he should have, and we're not even having this discussion. Same with Boldin, and even Rice dropped a pass right in his hands. And Cameron's game calling is so bizarre it's impossible to even accurately assess much of anything with the offense. But for Joe...I'd give him a "C" grade, for whatever that's worth.
It's simple to me....
Flacco and Cam need to be separated....
Flacco isn't going anywhere. They will franchise him. Only then will we find out if Joe has what it takes.
that said.....give Cam his walking papers at years end
and the defense scheme wasn't much better
The confidence building and nurturing time is well past for Joe. He should be taking charge of the team and should have earned the trust of the coaching staff by now.
with that said...he can go to
I just want a functional offense with some consistency.....with Cam and Joe
that ain't happening. It's been my opinion that there is a disconnect between the two that just may be irreversible. I don't even think they like each other.
Love to hear some honest answers to that question
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