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No Legit Reason To Not Give D Davis Snaps...


Lord Draakus
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No matter how long your QB has been in the league, snaps in NFL games are beneficial. Only so many times certain routes are run and targeted by the QB in real time games- you want your QB to have connected on these routes dozens of times going against other teams.

You want everyone ready when games come down to the wire- regular seasons and playoffs. The more chemistry the QB has throwing to that wide receiver the better. The more chemistry that wide receiver has running routes and catching passes at certain points in the route the better.

Only reason to take him out would be we don't want him potentially suffering a serious injury behind this line.

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I don't, not with this OL and he suffers an injury that can loom into next year. We can see if D.D. is ready/ a true Backup or we have to address the QB position. But that is not the mindset of this Staff just like the Tampa game last year and the Staff had a brilliant moment and went all out! The Bucs teed off on Matt and Abe got hurt. But it is this Staff decisions and I admit they are in a damned if you do/ damned if you don't season.

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Get the F outta here. Every **** day there is a post about Ryan or Smitty and TD move on. You don't have to like them but quite wasting OUR time with these stupid azz posts. Why don't you and all the non sense posters here swap #'s and talk amongst yourselves thanks

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