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 Brandon Lloyd as a #2 Lion Wr 
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TheRealWags wrote:
Pablo wrote:
Shotty wrote:
regularjoe12 wrote:
We offered DHB a contract. He hasn't accepted it yet...


Reports say he didn't click with Indy, and is happy about the idea of facing #2 corners, with Calvin getting all the attention, and a safety in the box here and there. I mean, who stops Calvin, DHB, Broyles/NB, Pettigrew, and BUSH all at the same time?


Scott Linehan? 8)

More like Schwartz.... :shock: :wink:


I have to agree Wags... Schwartz has way too much say in Linehan's offense, but Linehan's "schemes" seem like they too heavily rely on a pass catching RB.


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Post Re: Brandon Lloyd as a #2 Lion Wr
wjb21ndtown wrote:
TheRealWags wrote:
Pablo wrote:
Shotty wrote:
regularjoe12 wrote:
We offered DHB a contract. He hasn't accepted it yet...


Reports say he didn't click with Indy, and is happy about the idea of facing #2 corners, with Calvin getting all the attention, and a safety in the box here and there. I mean, who stops Calvin, DHB, Broyles/NB, Pettigrew, and BUSH all at the same time?


Scott Linehan? 8)

More like Schwartz.... :shock: :wink:


I have to agree Wags... Schwartz has way too much say in Linehan's offense, but Linehan's "schemes" seem like they too heavily rely on a pass catching RB.


I disagree. I think part of our problems stem from Schwartz basically outsourcing everything related to offense to Linehan. I would imagine that comes from Schwartz being a first time head coach and Linehan being an established OC/former head coach.

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March 29th, 2013, 3:10 pm
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thelomasbrowns wrote:
wjb21ndtown wrote:

I have to agree Wags... Schwartz has way too much say in Linehan's offense, but Linehan's "schemes" seem like they too heavily rely on a pass catching RB.


I disagree. I think part of our problems stem from Schwartz basically outsourcing everything related to offense to Linehan. I would imagine that comes from Schwartz being a first time head coach and Linehan being an established OC/former head coach.


Schwartz already admitted that he interferes with Linehan, how often we run/pass the ball, when we switch to a no-huddle, the tempo of the offense, and when we decide to air it out. You can't control that much of a guy's game plan, and blame him for the results.


March 29th, 2013, 3:28 pm
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