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In the limited snaps hes had, he avg over 5ypc. Shaw sux.

I feel sorry for the team that hires him thinking he's special. I know some nfl teams are keeping an eye on him. Hope it aint Indy :lupe:
 

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Luck didn't exactly have elite athletes to throw to, or hand off to.... nobody goes to Stanford, simply to play football.
R u on crack? Luck had TEs that were monsters on the collegiate level. Ty Montgomery was special as a freshman. Owusu was a decent college player. Point is Im rollin w/ Luck over an inconsistent fg kicker:martin:
 
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R u on crack? Luck had TEs that were monsters on the collegiate level. Ty Montgomery was special as a freshman. Owusu was a decent college player. Point is Im rollin w/ Luck over an inconsistent fg kicker:martin:

:heh:

No matter how you want to cut it, Stanford isn't where top athletes go to play football.


they play the way they do, because it's the only way they can compete/beat schools with far better athletes.
 

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No matter how you want to cut it, Stanford isn't where top athletes go to play football.


they play the way they do, because it's the only way they can compete/beat schools with far better athletes.
:what: Breh, Luck put up 50 in ot vs SC that yr. They were a top 5 team. The point is that yr Andrew Luck and his offense was on par w/ any O in the nation. And they couldve been even more explosive had Shaw not been so conservative.

At no point in that yr should he ever have played for a fg and took the ball out of Luck's hand. Never ever.

David Shaw is overrated as hell. He's too conservative and beats hos own team w/ poor playcalls and decisions. :stopitslime:
 

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:what: Breh, Luck put up 50 in ot vs SC that yr. They were a top 5 team. The point is that yr Andrew Luck and his offense was on par w/ any O in the nation. And they couldve been even more explosive had Shaw not been so conservative.

At no point in that yr should he ever have played for a fg and took the ball out of Luck's hand. Never ever.

David Shaw is overrated as hell. He's too conservative and beats hos own team w/ poor playcalls and decisions. :stopitslime:


You're not getting it....

There has been a clear formula for Stanfords re-emergence in the Pac 12.... and it wasn't "Throw the ball with Luck" as much as possible, and play recklessly because you have the athletes on offense to do it.
 

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Hiring someone like him would be such an Indy move

It would :mjcry:

One of my issues w/ hiring Pep Hamilton was I thought he would be conservative, but his issue has been playcalling. @ Stanford, he was not the primary playcaller. And I think Indy may be the first opportunity he's had to call plays by himself. He's basically learning on the job. Irsay should have got luck a Veteran playcaller. :noah:

You're not getting it....

There has been a clear formula for Stanfords re-emergence in the Pac 12.... and it wasn't "Throw the ball with Luck" as much as possible, and play recklessly because you have the athletes on offense to do it.

No, you're not getting it. The gm should dictate how u play. And @ no point has Stanford had a fg kicker that u can count on to consistently hit a 40yrd fg. So u shouldnt play for fgs when u had the best qb in the country on your team. Nobody is saying he should have ran some exotic offense. Just that he should have played to his teams strengths. And that was the short passing gm that the west coast system is known for.

U shouldnt punt on 4th and 2 from your opponent's 35 yrd line. U have to take chances. Scared money, dont make money :damn:

Harbaugh was nowhere near as conservative in big moments when he was the hc. He went for it on 4th and short, he didnt play scared. Yet still ran the physical clock management system that Stanford is known for.
 
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You guys know there are short corners in the league right now right? And they don't have blazing speed either...

Nikell Roby 5'7 Buffalo Bills

Brandon Flowers 5'9 San Diego Chargers

Ike Taylor 5'8 Pittsburgh Steelers (just retired)

Tyran Matthew 5'9 Arizona Cardinals (safety sometimes covers the slot)

Andrew Hawkins 5'6 Cleveland Browns (receiver)

Wes Welker 5'8 (just retired)

etc. etc..

If you can play you can play. If you can cover a nikka and move backwards and sideways quickly, then that makes up for being only 5'8 and only running a 4.4-4.6

I dunno why you nikkas think you have to be able to run a 4.2 and jump out the gym to have a chance. If this was the case, track nikkas would come play football and make more money(but they can't).
Ike Taylor is 6'2
 
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