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AJ Jenkins is a 49er

Im guessing he is the one getting bumped whenever Ginn comes back...
Originally posted by TexasGuero49:
Im guessing he is the one getting bumped whenever Ginn comes back...

chances are yes
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TexasGuero49:
Im guessing he is the one getting bumped whenever Ginn comes back...

chances are yes


Dont really know how I feel about that. He's our 1rst round pick, I would hope that on gameday he would be active and helping us win games. I don't buy into the theory that we our so deep at WR that he is not needed and can sit a year and learn the sytem. If we are so deep at that position that our #1 draft pick is not needed...Then we should have used that pick on someone else.... In my opinion, someone else needs to be inactive and the rookie get some playing time in...
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
^^ All I'm saying is a 6'4" / 6'5" receiver with 4.38 speed is tantalizing!

lmao nice edit ^_^ yes i did rant but its cause its true. We had our choice and picked the 6'1" receiver with 4.3 speed over the 6'5" receiver with 4.3 speed for a reason. That isn't the point though, the point is that we clearly have a method to our madness no matter who we picked at 30, they would be waiting at the bottom of the DC whether it be Jenkins, Hill, or Randle. JH and Baalke have stacked our receiving corp so much that any of the #1 round picks would be under no pressure to perform early on.

I actually read the last part of your post

He was picked because better routes, and soft hands, more catches, more film, consistently put multiple big games together. I rather have Aj, I think he is more solid, and less risk over Stephen Hill's college career he would have a good game, and then disappear the next week and do nothing. One will make more big plays but dissapear, the other will keep working hard, a blue collar player!
Stephen Hill 49 Rec, 1248 Yds, 25.5 Avg, 9 TD
A.J 167 Rec, 2432 Yds, 14.6 Avg, 19 TD
[ Edited by TheGoldDiggerrrr on Sep 11, 2012 at 10:01 PM ]
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
^^ All I'm saying is a 6'4" / 6'5" receiver with 4.38 speed is tantalizing!

lmao nice edit ^_^ yes i did rant but its cause its true. We had our choice and picked the 6'1" receiver with 4.3 speed over the 6'5" receiver with 4.3 speed for a reason. That isn't the point though, the point is that we clearly have a method to our madness no matter who we picked at 30, they would be waiting at the bottom of the DC whether it be Jenkins, Hill, or Randle. JH and Baalke have stacked our receiving corp so much that any of the #1 round picks would be under no pressure to perform early on.

I actually read the last part of your post

He was picked because better routes, and soft hands, more catches, more film, consistently put multiple big games together. I rather have Aj, I think he is more solid, and less risk over Stephen Hill's college career he would have a good game, and then disappear the next week and do nothing.
49 Rec, 1248 Yds, 25.5 Avg, 9 TD
167 Rec, 2432 Yds, 14.6 Avg, 19 TD

I guess you aren't familiar with the O that Hill played in
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
^^ All I'm saying is a 6'4" / 6'5" receiver with 4.38 speed is tantalizing!

lmao nice edit ^_^ yes i did rant but its cause its true. We had our choice and picked the 6'1" receiver with 4.3 speed over the 6'5" receiver with 4.3 speed for a reason. That isn't the point though, the point is that we clearly have a method to our madness no matter who we picked at 30, they would be waiting at the bottom of the DC whether it be Jenkins, Hill, or Randle. JH and Baalke have stacked our receiving corp so much that any of the #1 round picks would be under no pressure to perform early on.

I actually read the last part of your post

He was picked because better routes, and soft hands, more catches, more film, consistently put multiple big games together. I rather have Aj, I think he is more solid, and less risk over Stephen Hill's college career he would have a good game, and then disappear the next week and do nothing.
49 Rec, 1248 Yds, 25.5 Avg, 9 TD
167 Rec, 2432 Yds, 14.6 Avg, 19 TD

I guess you aren't familiar with the O that Hill played in

Run first. I'm not impressed by him! He played 38 games in college, look who else did calvin johnson from the same offense, less speed. at 4.4
Total games 38, 178 Rec, 2,927 Yds, 16.4 Avg, 28 TD
Megatron, had way better production in the same amount of time, in the same run first team....
Hill was like i said, one big game than nothing...
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
^^ All I'm saying is a 6'4" / 6'5" receiver with 4.38 speed is tantalizing!

lmao nice edit ^_^ yes i did rant but its cause its true. We had our choice and picked the 6'1" receiver with 4.3 speed over the 6'5" receiver with 4.3 speed for a reason. That isn't the point though, the point is that we clearly have a method to our madness no matter who we picked at 30, they would be waiting at the bottom of the DC whether it be Jenkins, Hill, or Randle. JH and Baalke have stacked our receiving corp so much that any of the #1 round picks would be under no pressure to perform early on.

I actually read the last part of your post

He was picked because better routes, and soft hands, more catches, more film, consistently put multiple big games together. I rather have Aj, I think he is more solid, and less risk over Stephen Hill's college career he would have a good game, and then disappear the next week and do nothing.
49 Rec, 1248 Yds, 25.5 Avg, 9 TD
167 Rec, 2432 Yds, 14.6 Avg, 19 TD

I guess you aren't familiar with the O that Hill played in

Run first. I'm not impressed by him! He played 38 games in college, look who else did calvin johnson from the same offense, less speed. at 4.4
Total games 38, 178 Rec, 2,927 Yds, 16.4 Avg, 28 TD
Megatron, had way better production in the same amount of time, in the same run first team....
Hill was like i said, one big game than nothing...


And a lot of drops.
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
^^ All I'm saying is a 6'4" / 6'5" receiver with 4.38 speed is tantalizing!

lmao nice edit ^_^ yes i did rant but its cause its true. We had our choice and picked the 6'1" receiver with 4.3 speed over the 6'5" receiver with 4.3 speed for a reason. That isn't the point though, the point is that we clearly have a method to our madness no matter who we picked at 30, they would be waiting at the bottom of the DC whether it be Jenkins, Hill, or Randle. JH and Baalke have stacked our receiving corp so much that any of the #1 round picks would be under no pressure to perform early on.

I actually read the last part of your post

He was picked because better routes, and soft hands, more catches, more film, consistently put multiple big games together. I rather have Aj, I think he is more solid, and less risk over Stephen Hill's college career he would have a good game, and then disappear the next week and do nothing.
49 Rec, 1248 Yds, 25.5 Avg, 9 TD
167 Rec, 2432 Yds, 14.6 Avg, 19 TD

I guess you aren't familiar with the O that Hill played in

Run first. I'm not impressed by him! He played 38 games in college, look who else did calvin johnson from the same offense, less speed. at 4.4
Total games 38, 178 Rec, 2,927 Yds, 16.4 Avg, 28 TD
Megatron, had way better production in the same amount of time, in the same run first team....
Hill was like i said, one big game than nothing...

not same offense

Chan Gailey came to Georgia Tech in 2002-2006/Calvin

Paul Johnson era: 2008–Present
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
^^ All I'm saying is a 6'4" / 6'5" receiver with 4.38 speed is tantalizing!

lmao nice edit ^_^ yes i did rant but its cause its true. We had our choice and picked the 6'1" receiver with 4.3 speed over the 6'5" receiver with 4.3 speed for a reason. That isn't the point though, the point is that we clearly have a method to our madness no matter who we picked at 30, they would be waiting at the bottom of the DC whether it be Jenkins, Hill, or Randle. JH and Baalke have stacked our receiving corp so much that any of the #1 round picks would be under no pressure to perform early on.

I actually read the last part of your post

He was picked because better routes, and soft hands, more catches, more film, consistently put multiple big games together. I rather have Aj, I think he is more solid, and less risk over Stephen Hill's college career he would have a good game, and then disappear the next week and do nothing.
49 Rec, 1248 Yds, 25.5 Avg, 9 TD
167 Rec, 2432 Yds, 14.6 Avg, 19 TD

I guess you aren't familiar with the O that Hill played in

Run first. I'm not impressed by him! He played 38 games in college, look who else did calvin johnson from the same offense, less speed. at 4.4
Total games 38, 178 Rec, 2,927 Yds, 16.4 Avg, 28 TD
Megatron, had way better production in the same amount of time, in the same run first team....
Hill was like i said, one big game than nothing...

not same offense

Chan Gailey came to Georgia Tech in 2002-2006/Calvin

Paul Johnson era: 2008–Present
The same head coach that got his ass kicked 28-48. Your really going there, Chan had 1 year as Stanfords head coach, 1 year for the cowboys head coach, head coach of Georgia Tech in 2002-2007* He won two bowl games, I watched him because i went to the tulsa game in 2003, Please tulsa is horrible i don't even know how they got into that game...Bills head coach since 2010. Yeah he's such a great coach

Chan Gailey record at Georgia Tech, 44–32 just for kicks, Gailey's college total wins and loss, 68–41. Including the NFL, and WLAF 108–84 (All-time)!
Paul Johnson record at Georgia Tech 34–20, Johnson college total wins and loss, 142–59.
Calvin is lucky to put up such great numbers with a horrible head coach. Paul Johnson is a much better over all coach then gailey hands down.
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
^^ All I'm saying is a 6'4" / 6'5" receiver with 4.38 speed is tantalizing!

lmao nice edit ^_^ yes i did rant but its cause its true. We had our choice and picked the 6'1" receiver with 4.3 speed over the 6'5" receiver with 4.3 speed for a reason. That isn't the point though, the point is that we clearly have a method to our madness no matter who we picked at 30, they would be waiting at the bottom of the DC whether it be Jenkins, Hill, or Randle. JH and Baalke have stacked our receiving corp so much that any of the #1 round picks would be under no pressure to perform early on.

I actually read the last part of your post

He was picked because better routes, and soft hands, more catches, more film, consistently put multiple big games together. I rather have Aj, I think he is more solid, and less risk over Stephen Hill's college career he would have a good game, and then disappear the next week and do nothing.
49 Rec, 1248 Yds, 25.5 Avg, 9 TD
167 Rec, 2432 Yds, 14.6 Avg, 19 TD

I guess you aren't familiar with the O that Hill played in

Run first. I'm not impressed by him! He played 38 games in college, look who else did calvin johnson from the same offense, less speed. at 4.4
Total games 38, 178 Rec, 2,927 Yds, 16.4 Avg, 28 TD
Megatron, had way better production in the same amount of time, in the same run first team....
Hill was like i said, one big game than nothing...

not same offense

Chan Gailey came to Georgia Tech in 2002-2006/Calvin

Paul Johnson era: 2008–Present
The same head coach that got his ass kicked 28-48. Your really going there, Chan had 1 year as Stanfords head coach, 1 year for the cowboys head coach, head coach of Georgia Tech in 2002-2007* He won two bowl games, I watched him because i went to the tulsa game in 2003, Please tulsa is horrible i don't even know how they got into that game...Bills head coach since 2010. Yeah he's such a great coach

Chan Gailey record at Georgia Tech, 44–32 just for kicks, Gailey's college total wins and loss, 68–41. Including the NFL, and WLAF 108–84 (All-time)!
Paul Johnson record at Georgia Tech 34–20, Johnson college total wins and loss, 142–59.
Calvin is lucky to put up such great numbers with a horrible head coach. Paul Johnson is a much better over all coach then gailey hands down.

Passig team vs run team'

different philosophy
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
^^ All I'm saying is a 6'4" / 6'5" receiver with 4.38 speed is tantalizing!

lmao nice edit ^_^ yes i did rant but its cause its true. We had our choice and picked the 6'1" receiver with 4.3 speed over the 6'5" receiver with 4.3 speed for a reason. That isn't the point though, the point is that we clearly have a method to our madness no matter who we picked at 30, they would be waiting at the bottom of the DC whether it be Jenkins, Hill, or Randle. JH and Baalke have stacked our receiving corp so much that any of the #1 round picks would be under no pressure to perform early on.

I actually read the last part of your post

He was picked because better routes, and soft hands, more catches, more film, consistently put multiple big games together. I rather have Aj, I think he is more solid, and less risk over Stephen Hill's college career he would have a good game, and then disappear the next week and do nothing.
49 Rec, 1248 Yds, 25.5 Avg, 9 TD
167 Rec, 2432 Yds, 14.6 Avg, 19 TD

I guess you aren't familiar with the O that Hill played in

Run first. I'm not impressed by him! He played 38 games in college, look who else did calvin johnson from the same offense, less speed. at 4.4
Total games 38, 178 Rec, 2,927 Yds, 16.4 Avg, 28 TD
Megatron, had way better production in the same amount of time, in the same run first team....
Hill was like i said, one big game than nothing...

not same offense

Chan Gailey came to Georgia Tech in 2002-2006/Calvin

Paul Johnson era: 2008–Present
The same head coach that got his ass kicked 28-48. Your really going there, Chan had 1 year as Stanfords head coach, 1 year for the cowboys head coach, head coach of Georgia Tech in 2002-2007* He won two bowl games, I watched him because i went to the tulsa game in 2003, Please tulsa is horrible i don't even know how they got into that game...Bills head coach since 2010. Yeah he's such a great coach

Chan Gailey record at Georgia Tech, 44–32 just for kicks, Gailey's college total wins and loss, 68–41. Including the NFL, and WLAF 108–84 (All-time)!
Paul Johnson record at Georgia Tech 34–20, Johnson college total wins and loss, 142–59.
Calvin is lucky to put up such great numbers with a horrible head coach. Paul Johnson is a much better over all coach then gailey hands down.

Passig team vs run team'

different philosophy
Give me whatever your smoking... Pass vs Run , One is Ifrom Power, the other is Option run! They were not a passing team under Gailey! haha he loves running the ball, Fred Jackson, C.J Spiller who had 169 yards in that jets game??? Bills ran 1,921 in 2011, 1,720 in 2010!

Under Chan Gailey, Georgia Tech had become notorious for having a stifling defense and a ball control offense! In four years, P.J. Daniels had over 3,300 yards rushing with Tech, Draft 2006. Tashard Choice led the Yellow Jacket rushing attack in 2006, becoming the first Yellow Jacket to rush for 1,000 yards since P. J. Daniels. He ran out of Iform, until 2007 when they got a new O.C, and Choice ran out of single back, Choice had 1,310 yards rushing on 249 attempts and 10 touchdowns even with injuries to his hamstring and to his knee.I know a lot about Choice, He was at oklahoma behind Peterson and Transfer to GT, I was pissed off, but he didn't have a chance playing behind peterson.

They also had Reggie Ball from 2003-2006, Comp 662, Attempts1363, Comp% 48.6, Yards 8128, TD 57, Int's 55, He never passed for more than 2,200 yards in a season! Calvin was draft 2007. Your confused sr, Gailey ran the ball, all day every day! I'll give you the different philosophy, Power running vs Paul run option system, that's it. Otherwise, they ran just as much under Chan, as they do under Paul!

They were never a passing team, Calvin just made them look like one, because he's got the talent of Moss, with the drive of Jerry to be the best. When I look at stephen hill I see a guy, just playing a game he's good at, not a guy who wants to be the best and work for it. He doesn't fit us, he's more about himself than the team. A.J is a team first guy, a blue color worker, he fits us perfect, A guy like Justin, and Aldon, and VD, Guys with talent, that work harder than anyone else because they want to be the best.
[ Edited by TheGoldDiggerrrr on Sep 12, 2012 at 1:12 AM ]
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Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Give me whatever your smoking... Pass vs Run , One is Ifrom Power, the other is Option run! They were not a passing team under Gailey! haha he loves running the ball, Fred Jackson, C.J Spiller who had 169 yards in that jets game??? Bills ran 1,921 in 2011, 1,720 in 2010!

Under Chan Gailey, Georgia Tech had become notorious for having a stifling defense and a ball control offense! In four years, P.J. Daniels had over 3,300 yards rushing with Tech, Draft 2006. Tashard Choice led the Yellow Jacket rushing attack in 2006, becoming the first Yellow Jacket to rush for 1,000 yards since P. J. Daniels. He ran out of Iform, until 2007 when they got a new O.C, and Choice ran out of single back, Choice had 1,310 yards rushing on 249 attempts and 10 touchdowns even with injuries to his hamstring and to his knee.I know a lot about Choice, He was at oklahoma behind Peterson and Transfer to GT, I was pissed off, but he didn't have a chance playing behind peterson.

They also had Reggie Ball from 2003-2006, Comp 662, Attempts1363, Comp% 48.6, Yards 8128, TD 57, Int's 55, He never passed for more than 2,200 yards in a season! Calvin was draft 2007. Your confused sr, Gailey ran the ball, all day every day! I'll give you the different philosophy, Power running vs Paul run option system, that's it. Otherwise, they ran just as much under Chan, as they do under Paul!

They were never a passing team, Calvin just made them look like one, because he's got the talent of Moss, with the drive of Jerry to be the best. When I look at stephen hill I see a guy, just playing a game he's good at, not a guy who wants to be the best and work for it. He doesn't fit us, he's more about himself than the team. A.J is a team first guy, a blue color worker, he fits us perfect, A guy like Justin, and Aldon, and VD, Guys with talent, that work harder than anyone else because they want to be the best.

Jreff is right -- Calvin Johnson played in a spread offense in college not an option attack. learn your facts before you compare them. Just because GTs QB was terrible doesn't mean it isn't true. Yes they were a run first team but it was not an option attack like the one Hill comes from.

Back on topic - Jenkins was seen as a more upside pick and seems to fit Harbaugh's idea of an ideal WR for his scheme seeing how he had a chance to take either Hill or Randle, both big bodied and equally fast as Jenkins but he picked Jenkins for his hands, intelligence, drive, and it doesnt hurt that he was becoming a gym rat during his senior season.

Not saying Hill doesn't have those but clearly Jenkins impressed them in some fashion that we aren't completely aware of.
[ Edited by sfout on Sep 12, 2012 at 7:12 AM ]
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Give me whatever your smoking... Pass vs Run , One is Ifrom Power, the other is Option run! They were not a passing team under Gailey! haha he loves running the ball, Fred Jackson, C.J Spiller who had 169 yards in that jets game??? Bills ran 1,921 in 2011, 1,720 in 2010!

Under Chan Gailey, Georgia Tech had become notorious for having a stifling defense and a ball control offense! In four years, P.J. Daniels had over 3,300 yards rushing with Tech, Draft 2006. Tashard Choice led the Yellow Jacket rushing attack in 2006, becoming the first Yellow Jacket to rush for 1,000 yards since P. J. Daniels. He ran out of Iform, until 2007 when they got a new O.C, and Choice ran out of single back, Choice had 1,310 yards rushing on 249 attempts and 10 touchdowns even with injuries to his hamstring and to his knee.I know a lot about Choice, He was at oklahoma behind Peterson and Transfer to GT, I was pissed off, but he didn't have a chance playing behind peterson.

They also had Reggie Ball from 2003-2006, Comp 662, Attempts1363, Comp% 48.6, Yards 8128, TD 57, Int's 55, He never passed for more than 2,200 yards in a season! Calvin was draft 2007. Your confused sr, Gailey ran the ball, all day every day! I'll give you the different philosophy, Power running vs Paul run option system, that's it. Otherwise, they ran just as much under Chan, as they do under Paul!

They were never a passing team, Calvin just made them look like one, because he's got the talent of Moss, with the drive of Jerry to be the best. When I look at stephen hill I see a guy, just playing a game he's good at, not a guy who wants to be the best and work for it. He doesn't fit us, he's more about himself than the team. A.J is a team first guy, a blue color worker, he fits us perfect, A guy like Justin, and Aldon, and VD, Guys with talent, that work harder than anyone else because they want to be the best.

Jreff is right -- Calvin Johnson played in a spread offense in college not an option attack. learn your facts before you compare them. Just because GTs QB was terrible doesn't mean it isn't true. Yes they were a run first team but it was not an option attack like the one Hill comes from.

Back on topic - Jenkins was seen as a more upside pick and seems to fit Harbaugh's idea of an ideal WR for his scheme seeing how he had a chance to take either Hill or Randle, both big bodied and equally fast as Jenkins but he picked Jenkins for his hands, intelligence, drive, and it doesnt hurt that he was becoming a gym rat during his senior season.

Not saying Hill doesn't have those but clearly Jenkins impressed them in some fashion that we aren't completely aware of.


Maybe putting up much bigger #'s and having much better hands had something to do with it....
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Give me whatever your smoking... Pass vs Run , One is Ifrom Power, the other is Option run! They were not a passing team under Gailey! haha he loves running the ball, Fred Jackson, C.J Spiller who had 169 yards in that jets game??? Bills ran 1,921 in 2011, 1,720 in 2010!

Under Chan Gailey, Georgia Tech had become notorious for having a stifling defense and a ball control offense! In four years, P.J. Daniels had over 3,300 yards rushing with Tech, Draft 2006. Tashard Choice led the Yellow Jacket rushing attack in 2006, becoming the first Yellow Jacket to rush for 1,000 yards since P. J. Daniels. He ran out of Iform, until 2007 when they got a new O.C, and Choice ran out of single back, Choice had 1,310 yards rushing on 249 attempts and 10 touchdowns even with injuries to his hamstring and to his knee.I know a lot about Choice, He was at oklahoma behind Peterson and Transfer to GT, I was pissed off, but he didn't have a chance playing behind peterson.

They also had Reggie Ball from 2003-2006, Comp 662, Attempts1363, Comp% 48.6, Yards 8128, TD 57, Int's 55, He never passed for more than 2,200 yards in a season! Calvin was draft 2007. Your confused sr, Gailey ran the ball, all day every day! I'll give you the different philosophy, Power running vs Paul run option system, that's it. Otherwise, they ran just as much under Chan, as they do under Paul!

They were never a passing team, Calvin just made them look like one, because he's got the talent of Moss, with the drive of Jerry to be the best. When I look at stephen hill I see a guy, just playing a game he's good at, not a guy who wants to be the best and work for it. He doesn't fit us, he's more about himself than the team. A.J is a team first guy, a blue color worker, he fits us perfect, A guy like Justin, and Aldon, and VD, Guys with talent, that work harder than anyone else because they want to be the best.

Jreff is right -- Calvin Johnson played in a spread offense in college not an option attack. learn your facts before you compare them. Just because GTs QB was terrible doesn't mean it isn't true. Yes they were a run first team but it was not an option attack like the one Hill comes from.

Back on topic - Jenkins was seen as a more upside pick and seems to fit Harbaugh's idea of an ideal WR for his scheme seeing how he had a chance to take either Hill or Randle, both big bodied and equally fast as Jenkins but he picked Jenkins for his hands, intelligence, drive, and it doesnt hurt that he was becoming a gym rat during his senior season.

Not saying Hill doesn't have those but clearly Jenkins impressed them in some fashion that we aren't completely aware of.

I know my facts. Your Both Wrong, you don't no what the spread is clearly or the system gailey runs! Modern offenses in the NFL tend to mix proven plays and concepts. If a vertical timing play works, a West Coast team uses it to throw deep. Power running teams run horizontal timing plays. The NFL is a results business, and team generally do what works. Coaches innovate. Teams take power running ball-possession concepts, apply them to multiple receiver offenses, and go to work. In Gailey's case, he's essentially mixed a traditional ball-control passing game with west coast timing concepts.The spread option offense is a variant of the more generic "spread offense." It has found unprecedented success and widespread employment in college and high school football. Essentially a hybrid of the traditionally pass-oriented spread offense, the spread option is based on the concept of defensive isolation. The offense "spreads" the defense by aligning in three-to-five receiver sets, using two or fewer running backs in the backfield and often setting the quarterback in shotgun. How does a back have 3,300 yards? how does choice get another 1,000 2 years in a row. Choice left oklahoma because of peterson he went to another team that ran it just as much. Choice ran out of a single back in his second year, gailey ran a power running game, IFORM!!!
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
I know my facts. Your Both Wrong, you don't no what the spread is clearly or the system gailey runs! Modern offenses in the NFL tend to mix proven plays and concepts. If a vertical timing play works, a West Coast team uses it to throw deep. Power running teams run horizontal timing plays. The NFL is a results business, and team generally do what works. Coaches innovate. Teams take power running ball-possession concepts, apply them to multiple receiver offenses, and go to work. In Gailey's case, he's essentially mixed a traditional ball-control passing game with west coast timing concepts.The spread option offense is a variant of the more generic "spread offense." It has found unprecedented success and widespread employment in college and high school football. Essentially a hybrid of the traditionally pass-oriented spread offense, the spread option is based on the concept of defensive isolation. The offense "spreads" the defense by aligning in three-to-five receiver sets, using two or fewer running backs in the backfield and often setting the quarterback in shotgun. How does a back have 3,300 yards? how does choice get another 1,000 2 years in a row. Choice left oklahoma because of peterson he went to another team that ran it just as much. Choice ran out of a single back in his second year, gailey ran a power running game, IFORM!!!
Look at the statistics during the 2006 season and last year......

QB
Reggie Ball 135-304 1,820 yards
Taylor Bennett 35-58 523 yards

2011
Tevin Washington 74-150 1652 yards
Synjyn Days 8-12 198 yards

135 completions compared to 74....what the hell do you expect a WR to do with that? During the 2006 season they rushed the ball 526 times...in 2011, 718 times.