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Old 01-27-2013, 10:44 PM
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Only if we could get a Pro Bowl QB and a Pro Bowl OC in Cincinnati
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Old 01-27-2013, 10:47 PM
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There you go. Just shows how effective AJ would be if we had a good #2.
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Tbh I remember us just lobbing it to AJ when we're at like the 5 a few times anyways. Im not gunna doubt Gruden could do a lot more with this offence, and im not gunna doubt we could do more in the redzone, but at least as far as I remember we do just lob it to AJ. Couldn't tell ya how regularly lol and maybe im wrong, but I seem to remember thinking we do it enough.
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Wasn't it nice to see a deep pass connect to AJ? Hadn't seen that in months.
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There you go. Just shows how effective AJ would be if we had a good #2.
that's one way to look at it.
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Wasn't it nice to see a deep pass connect to AJ? Hadn't seen that in months.
You mean instead of the ball landing 5 years in front of him? Yes.

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We try doing this with AJ all the time but Dalton usually can't hit him on target.
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I guess that's what happens when you actually throw the ball to him instead of waiting 35 minutes to do so.
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I think AJ got a taste of what it's like having talented QBs throwing to him.

I hope he doesn't become bitter when he keeps going to these pro bowls and sees what real QBs can do for him.
That could make him not want to sign an extension next year.
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So thats what AJ would look like if a good QB was throwing to him.......holy crap....were freaking holding AJ back arent we?


Kinda got discouraged seeing that
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So thats what AJ would look like if a good QB was throwing to him.......holy crap....were freaking holding AJ back arent we?


Kinda got discouraged seeing that
Haha yep. When Schaub was in, Green was getting open on almost every play, Schaub was just looking at Daniels or Thomas every play.
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I think we need to use AJ more like they just did on that touchdown pass.

Down around the goalline, and sometimes going deep, just lob it up and give him a jump ball.

The way he uses his body and gets position, along with how athletic he is, makes him the perfect weopon for us, especially in the Red Zone.

This site says we were 17th in Red Zone scoring, which I don't know if that includes field goals, but it's pretty bad regardless.

Throw jump balls to AJ to make us dangerous in the Red Zone

Anybody disagree?


Agreed...I think we need to use the slant route more often, not just around the goal line, but during our drives.
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Can you imagine Luck and AJ teaming up? Not sure Dalton recognizes AJ open enough.
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Can you imagine Luck and AJ teaming up? Not sure Dalton recognizes AJ open enough.
AJ with 1 man on him is open period. Dalton doesnt throw catchable passes period. He actually threw deep better his rookie year, idk how he got worse this year. So many times Andy went deep and the ball wasnt even catchable. Kinda hard to have a good offense when your QB is wasting plays by grossly overthrowing amazing WRs in man coverage
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AJ with 1 man on him is open period. Dalton doesnt throw catchable passes period. He actually threw deep better his rookie year, idk how he got worse this year. So many times Andy went deep and the ball wasnt even catchable. Kinda hard to have a good offense when your QB is wasting plays by grossly overthrowing amazing WRs in man coverage
He got worse because in his rookie year, he was relying on anticipation throws and getting the ball out quickly, which is his major strengths....... and then in his second year, he gets told by Gruden/Lewis "Make more unscripted plays." "You're getting rid of the ball too quickly." Both of which are the complete opposite of his strengths..... so then he starts holding onto the ball too long, and getting skittish while trying to scramble to extend the play... and he's too busy trying to avoid rushers so he can extend the play and make something unscripted happen, rather than plant his feet and look down field to get rid of the ball quickly to where he anticipates the receiver....
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AJ with 1 man on him is open period. Dalton doesnt throw catchable passes period. He actually threw deep better his rookie year, idk how he got worse this year. So many times Andy went deep and the ball wasnt even catchable. Kinda hard to have a good offense when your QB is wasting plays by grossly overthrowing amazing WRs in man coverage
It also doesn't help that you can't trust your pro bowl TE to hold onto a pass that has any major significance. Seriously how is Gresham a pro bowler 2 years in a row?
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Glad AJ had a good game :) who dey !!!!
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I think AJ got a taste of what it's like having talented QBs throwing to him.

I hope he doesn't become bitter when he keeps going to these pro bowls and sees what real QBs can do for him.
That could make him not want to sign an extension next year.


You mean like last year when Dalton found out what it was like to throw to a guy like Brandon Marshall.

It means nothing.

Offenses get off in the Pro Bowl, Dalton is hurt more by the limits of Cincy's offensive personnel than AJ is. Dalton is fine and he's not what's wrong with the Bengal offense at all.
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All name recognition. The Pro-Bowl voting process is a joke.
No, it's not a joke. The best players in the view of the MAJORITY of fans get in. That's the way it works.
If you don't like it than you need to change the way you think in evaluating talent and you might find yourself in line with the majority
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Wow. You guys are looking THAT MUCH into a Pro Bowl game? Lolol
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No, it's not a joke. The best players in the view of the MAJORITY of fans get in. That's the way it works.
If you don't like it than you need to change the way you think in evaluating talent and you might find yourself in line with the majority
and the majority of people are idiots. Just because the majority thinks one way does not make it right. At one time the majority of people thought the sun revolved around the Earth and leaches/blood letting helped cure disease.
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All name recognition. The Pro-Bowl voting process is a joke.
Every team had to run a 4-3

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If you don't like it than you need to change the way you think in evaluating talent and you might find yourself in line with the majority
Or the fans favorite player. Pouncey didn't deserve to go. And you can't tell me Shaerman didn't either.

Pro Bowl needs a committee. I like how fans are involved, but too many players get snubbed, and that goes against them in the HoF. But then again, the HoF committee is horrendous
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He got worse because in his rookie year, he was relying on anticipation throws and getting the ball out quickly, which is his major strengths....... and then in his second year, he gets told by Gruden/Lewis "Make more unscripted plays." "You're getting rid of the ball too quickly." Both of which are the complete opposite of his strengths..... so then he starts holding onto the ball too long, and getting skittish while trying to scramble to extend the play... and he's too busy trying to avoid rushers so he can extend the play and make something unscripted happen, rather than plant his feet and look down field to get rid of the ball quickly to where he anticipates the receiver....
I think the INTs Dalton threw early in the year on those quick passes hurt his confidence too. Combined with the talk that maybe he was getting it out too fast and the need to make more unscripted plays set up a mental barrier.

I think he bounces back and continues to improve.

I think his deep ball accuracy can improve. If and when it does we are going to explode.
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I fell asleep, but green had 3TDs. Luck passed 2 of them....
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