- Jul 23, 2012
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Sorry about that. I don't take the time to read all of your stuff.Already posted it above. Since 1993 Green and Levens are the longest tenured running backs with the Packers at eight seasons.
It shows you what little I know. I picked on Love for tossing the ball out of bounds towards Adam’s on what could’ve been a TD there. Looking at that film he’s being assaulted by a free runner right through the B Gap and barely a chip shot on the DE on C gap. So both coming free made him throw .5 sec early.
Maybe. He has one second to throw that ball. I’d argue with that minimal time, It’s a play that only a handful of starting QB’s make. I’d say even far less with a “first start”backup QB.Looking at the film the chiefs were single high and that man was in no position to make a play...Love needs to throw that ball to the inside
Thats about as easy as it gets in the nfl against an all out biltz...and im not saying it was easy but its a play the really good ones take advantage of nearly everytime
Maybe. He has one second to throw that ball. I’d argue with that minimal time, It’s a play that only a handful of starting QB’s make. I’d say even far less with a “first start”backup QB.
Now, If it’s 4th down? then I’d argue to keep the ball in play and let Davante jump ball it. I hate when a QB throws it deep and out of bounds when it’s essentially a punt with a 50/50 chance of getting the ball back.
Too early to tell or not enough info.If you watch the all 22 you can see that the single high safety commits to the opposite side of the field early and Adams had beaten the db to the inside off the snap...I get Im being overly tough but the question is...is Love one of that handful of qbs
I would love to see Love get a lot of snaps against the Rams. He's not going to get better holding a clipboard and Rodgers' toe could benefit from the rest. The risk for the Packers of keeping Love as the future starting qb or mistakenly getting rid of him goes down as his sample size increases. That decision would be based upon less speculation.
With 3 starters missing on the o line, playing Rodgers with limited mobility is a recipe for a season ending injury against the Rams tough D line. Avoiding any more injuries is much more important than winning this game. All the Packers need is 2 more wins and they will be in the playoffs. Seeding isn't important because the Packers aren't a good home playoff team having lost 6 out of the last 13 playoff games in Lambeau. Time for Love to get back in there.There's absolutely no reason to play Love against the Rams as Rodgers gives the team by far the best chance of winning it. He will have the bye week to rest his injured toe.
The only way I would want to see Love in there would be because the Packers were up 50-0 lol.There's absolutely no reason to play Love against the Rams as Rodgers gives the team by far the best chance of winning it. He will have the bye week to rest his injured toe.