Originally posted by Norcal9erfan:
Originally posted by PTulini:
Originally posted by Allx9er:
Originally posted by Ceadderman:
No offense to Frank, but Norris should never have been brought back.
Delanie Walker could do the job and quite honestly would be the better way to go.
He can line up in Two TE set then on motion can either move back to block to give the QB time or he can move back to block for Frank or he can move back to take the exchange or catch passes out of the End Zone.
There are ALOT of ways to go with Walker. Not so much for Norris. And hell even Duke can get in on that.
Just imagine the opposing DCoordinator having to game plan THAT.
i thought the same thing about walker originally when they drafted him i hoped they would move him to a H-back or FB when they drafted him (thought he would be a nightmare out of the backfield) i dont think its going to happen though. imho i just dont think walker is a effective blocker at the TE pos, he may be 240lbs but i just dont think he has the size/strength to succeed there. last year they looked for a TE who could block it wouldnt suprise me if they did it again.
I don't think we need to keep Delanie Walker around anymore.
Are you kidding me?? Our double tight end sets were a HUGE reason for Davis' success this year. Walker is a nightmare for defenses, just as Vernon is, and he demanded coverage and attention. Also, Delanie is a better pass catching TE than Davis.
I like Norris, but I do agree that they should let Britt get a chance at the starting spot.
Also with not too many WRs' stepping up we could STILL put a FB on the field.
There you go. Can still send Walker in Motion.
Can sub MRob or Coffee for the FB
Can sub 3rd WR for a TE
And can motion ALL of them in different looks.
RB out, screen, exchange, fake to block
WR screen and Reverse
There are a multitude of options for this Offense.
If Raye can't get production from this unit, then the man is in a Coma and it's time to pull the plug.
But the Line issues need to be addressed in a big way.