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Hey Quentin,Check out a Dwight Howard trade proposal from a Chicago broadcaster this week. I broke it down and I think it's a trade that works for both parties. It's a good enough trade for the Magic, that I'm almost hesitant on it from the Bulls side. Let me know what you think. Thanks.
Check out my article about Lovie Smith when you have a chance and let me know what you think of it. It really breaks down what he has down since he became the Bears coach. Thanks in advance.
Andy Dalton is not running an offense. he is an offensive coordinator's puppet. he's not making line audibles he's not identifying the blitz in any extraordinary measures. It's clear from any snap that he's working with training wheels, with screen pass set-ups, option play-action's, heavy ground and pound. He is not seeing anywhere near the amount of pressure that Cam Newton is being introduced to, and that' good because i don't know if Andy could handle that, good though he may be Cincinnati's doing the right thing.
Cam Newton on the other side is. He's being asked to identify heavy blitzes, zone and man read mash-ups, and he is succeeding, and not only that he's picking them apart, He's making pro-bowl caliber reads and it astonishes me and others alike. It's also unfortunate for him that early on he didn't have the luxury of falling back on a strong running game (looks like they've shored that up now though) yet throwing the ball 40 to 50 times a game he keeps his team in it til the end, that's unremarkable!
Unlike Andy he's not playing to "not turn it over and play safe", he is "Running an Offense". To his credit Andy Dalton is playing good football, but Cam Newton is playing flat-out phenomenal football. And this is coming from a quarterbacks coach not just a fan.
Check out my take on the Bears' game when you have a chance. I haven't seen anybody else with what I had to say. Let me know if you agree. Thanks.