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: November 06, 2007, 05:55:18 AM

It is time to see if this kid is the real deal. He has shown flashes, but got into Gruden's dog house by overworking himself (with Clayton) during preseason. I think he has great potential and needs to start now that Ike has shown he isn't perfect. Ike is good but maybe not better than Stovall, plus Stovall is the future. Better watch out for the Saints now, they are playing far better than us at this point.

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#1 : November 06, 2007, 06:59:17 AM

Stovall will start when he earns it. Right now Ike and Galloway are playing the best right now


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#2 : November 06, 2007, 07:00:32 AM

No way is he better than Ike right now.

FRG is the most logical poster on this board.  You guys just don\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.

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#3 : November 06, 2007, 08:00:05 AM

Good ST does not automatically relate to good WR.


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#4 : November 06, 2007, 09:32:06 AM

Good ST does not automatically relate to good WR.



true, but you can bet it WILL increase his playing time...


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#5 : November 06, 2007, 09:53:08 AM

Ike has dropped two passes lately. One last Sunday that was just a straight drop. The other against Jax in which he was hammered. Not going to blame him for that. It was a good play by the Jags DB. Other than that, Ike has been money for this team. He does not deserve to get demoted because he's not "perfect" ::)

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#6 : November 06, 2007, 10:03:09 AM

lol at all the couch coaches we have here.  Ike has 47 catches averaging 12yds/reception and Stovall has 7 catches averaging 8yds/reception.  Ike is playing with a star in Galloway who is having a pro-bowl caliber year and he is still 23rd in the nfl in receiving yds and 10th in the nfl in completions.  Ike is balling out of control and you want to bench him.  LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

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#7 : November 06, 2007, 10:14:26 AM

Time to start Stovall? Not over Ike. Sorry.

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#8 : November 06, 2007, 10:59:35 AM

You're right its time to start Stovall......at gunner.

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#9 : November 06, 2007, 11:45:25 AM

How about "Time To Make Sure Stovall Sees the Field A Lot."

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#10 : November 06, 2007, 12:42:50 PM

You're right its time to start Stovall......at gunner.

Lmao!

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#11 : November 06, 2007, 12:57:15 PM

It's very clear Garcia does not trust his receivers to make big plays.  If they're not pretty much, wide open, he doesn't trust their ability to take the ball out the air.  IMO Stovall might be the guy who will go after the ball with some authority.  We need to  find out soon, because a playmaker receiver is a huge need IMO.  Garcia seems very hesitant to let the ball go at times, and I think it's because he doesn't trust that if his guys don't get it, no one does.

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#12 : November 06, 2007, 01:02:26 PM

Let Stovall finish the year playing on Special Teams. Then do an eval next year. Yes he has potential, but let him earn it. Or you end up with someone like Clayton. Sorry man, you were a #1 pick and havn't really proven anything yet.


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#13 : November 06, 2007, 01:12:06 PM

And don't discount Ike's experience and veteran leadership.  He comes up big in the clutch, and his extra effort in the Titans game got us into GW field goal range.  Stovall could be a good WR for us down the road but putting Ike on the bench would make our passing game worse.  You gotta love the effort Stovall is putting forth on ST though.  He can really lay the wood for a skinny WR.


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#14 : November 06, 2007, 01:30:19 PM

It's very clear Garcia does not trust his receivers to make big plays. If they're not pretty much, wide open, he doesn't trust their ability to take the ball out the air. IMO Stovall might be the guy who will go after the ball with some authority. We need to find out soon, because a playmaker receiver is a huge need IMO. Garcia seems very hesitant to let the ball go at times, and I think it's because he doesn't trust that if his guys don't get it, no one does.

Galloway has catches of 69td,69td, 58td, 49, 41, 37td, and 24 yards.
Hilliard has catches of 56, 41, 38, 28 and 21 yards.

I dont see the lack of big plays. Any hesitation on Garcia's part is from his experience and ability to read coverages which is why he went so long without a pick.  I don't think there is any trust issues.  he may not see a wide open receiver while he is scrambling and avoiding the rush, but that is a pass protection issue not a WR trust issue.  If a WR is even slightly ahead and the DB has his back to Garcia, Garcia throws it.  When he hesitates is when a defender is nearby and facing him.

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