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Brandon Lloyd

Originally posted by ObePwnD:

Originally posted by kazak13:
Originally posted by ObePwnD:


pretty sure that one's for you
can someone photo shop Brandon Lloyd's jersey on to this for me?

Originally posted by MadMoneyMarshall:
Originally posted by boast:
Brandon Roid

srsly

Lloyd has all the tools to be a great receiver when he was on the niners. I am guessing that Lloyd finally found real coaching. If you have nolan as a coach you will surely regress.. I think he finally matures and are more focus to play. When he was with the niners all he cares about is promoting his CD.
Originally posted by nothing03:
Originally posted by MadMoneyMarshall:
Originally posted by boast:
Brandon Roid

srsly

Lloyd has all the tools to be a great receiver when he was on the niners. I am guessing that Lloyd finally found real coaching. If you have nolan as a coach you will surely regress.. I think he finally matures and are more focus to play. When he was with the niners all he cares about is promoting his CD.

It was a damn good CD too.
10x better receiver than Morgan.
Maybe he quit trying to rap and just worked on his routes.
Originally posted by kidash:

Originally posted by kidash:

Yup. This thread needed to be bumped within a span of twenty seconds.
having a monster year! On pace for 1700 yds. Sure makes it easier when the QB can throw.
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
having a monster year! On pace for 1700 yds. Sure makes it easier when they throw every play.

fixed
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
having a monster year! On pace for 1700 yds. Sure makes it easier when they throw every play.

fixed

Before Alex's injury we were 9th in pass attempts (right now we're 13th). Under Alex Smith Denver might have had 3 or 4 more pass attempts a game. Our leading receiver doesn't have half the yards Lloyd does. It goes beyond pass attempts.

Lloyd's finally found a coach who looked past his timed speed and see's that he does have the ability to stretch the field in this league. He displayed that ability when he was here it's just always been overlooked because of all of his shortcomings. In Denver's offense you don't have to do everything. They don't care if you don't block, they don't care if you can't run every route. They'll find what you can do and make the most of it.

Brandon Lloyd is leading the league in 40+ yard catches, leading the league in 20+ yard catches and has a 92% 1st down completion percentage. He's always had this ability it's just never been able to come to fruition because he sucks in almost every other aspect and people just see his 4.65 speed and overlook him as a deep threat.
[ Edited by tjd808185 on Nov 1, 2010 at 11:15 AM ]
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Originally posted by tjd808185:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
having a monster year! On pace for 1700 yds. Sure makes it easier when they throw every play.

fixed

Before Alex's injury we were 9th in pass attempts (right now we're 13th). Under Alex Smith Denver might have had 3 or 4 more pass attempts a game. Our leading receiver doesn't have half the yards Lloyd does. It goes beyond pass attempts.

Lloyd's finally found a coach who looked past his timed speed and see's that he does have the ability to stretch the field in this league. He displayed that ability when he was here it's just always been overlooked because of all of his shortcomings. In Denver's offense you don't have to do everything. They don't care if you don't block, they don't care if you can't run every route. They'll find what you can do and make the most of it.

Brandon Lloyd is leading the league in 40+ yard catches, leading the league in 20+ yard catches and has a 92% 1st down completion percentage. He's always had this ability it's just never been able to come to fruition because he sucks in almost every other aspect and people just see his 4.65 speed and overlook him as a deep threat.

The Broncos offense is the same as the Patriots offense. It makes average players look like all-pros.
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