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23 hours ago, Stoney said:

We’ll have to see what Eason has at some point and if he’s nothing special, we’ll have to start scouting the top 3 premier QBs in this next coming draft.

I agree. I think Rivers was just a name to try to see season tix which is ironic given there are no fans this season. Time to go back into the QB pool and try to find THE guy.

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Rivers played like how I expected. Efficient with a few bone head plays mixed in between. He wasn't the reason we lost. We lost because our O line didn't run block as good as advertised and our Defens

A few thoughts.   1.  The defense was and still is hot garbage.  Gardner Mishew had one incompletion all day.   Let that sink it for a bit.  BTW this is not something new (remember the Saint

Rivers was Rivers. Expected more against a Jags defense that has lost their playmakers.   But what was that defense? All that talent, and they let the lowly Jags do whatever they wanted? 

5 minutes ago, FortheWin said:

I agree. I think Rivers was just a name to try to see season tix which is ironic given there are no fans this season. Time to go back into the QB pool and try to find THE guy.

I don't think that was it at all.   I think it was because they thought the team was ready to win now and Rivers was better than Brissett and also had experience in the Reich system.

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I believe Brees set some kind of record last year going 30 for 31 against our defense.  And now Minshew goes something like 19 for 20.  Minshew of all guys.  What gives with this defense.  Some changeover in personnel and similar result.  Our scheme and players are not getting the job done.  Pretty pathetic start for the defense.  How can you not be worried when we start facing better QB's and better teams.  First game but Still......

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15 minutes ago, Myles said:

I don't think that was it at all.   I think it was because they thought the team was ready to win now and Rivers was better than Brissett and also had experience in the Reich system.

That is head in the clouds if they thought that. The team is no where near championship level.

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7 hours ago, shasta519 said:

 

Or what about "Camp MVP" Tyquan Lewis? He and Banogu combined for ONE tackle. 

Lewis only got ten snaps and Ben 7. When so we start giving them more snaps to see what they can do. It’s looking like Banogu was way over drafted. 

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2 minutes ago, CamMo said:

IMO, the most surprising thing was the lack of pass rush or any type of pressure at all from the DL. That was supposed to be our biggest strength. 

It was surprising.   Not sure it was supposed to be our biggest strength.   Maybe you meant to say biggest improvement.  

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Let me see if I understand this. We upgrade our qb, upgrade our runningbacks(though losing Mack now hurts), upgrade our defensive line and secondary. And we still lose to the Jags?????????????? The more things change the more they stay the same. Life in the nfl I guess. 

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