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: March 04, 2007, 12:13:21 AM

If you look at the teams who Garcia had success with there is one thing that all had in common. Good offensive line and running backs who can catch the ball. Whether it was Charlie Garner, Garrison Hearst, or Westbrook Garcia has had great recieving threats out of the backfield. We all know that the offensive line needs work for whoever is throwng the ball, but if it is Garcia back there Cadillac Williams is going to have to make significant strides as a reciever for this offense to reach it's potential.

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#1 : March 04, 2007, 12:15:58 AM

The Bucs run a true version of the WCO, so Garcia will be able to fit in...plus he likes to take off the minute things break down, and can male plays on the run.  That is why I like him here.

Cleveland doesn't run a WCO, and neither does Detroit.  If Gruden can get the team together, we may get to see the offense click this year.

Having a mobile QB is a huge asset in running this offense.


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#2 : March 04, 2007, 12:20:17 AM

hopefully, caddy can improve his passing game enough to let Garcia be successful.

I love the signing!


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#3 : March 04, 2007, 12:20:58 AM

If you look at the teams who Garcia had success with there is one thing that all had in common. Good offensive line and running backs who can catch the ball. Whether it was Charlie Garner, Garrison Hearst, or Westbrook Garcia has had great recieving threats out of the backfield. We all know that the offensive line needs work for whoever is throwng the ball, but if it is Garcia back there Cadillac Williams is going to have to make significant strides as a reciever for this offense to reach it's potential.
I can think of a running back that catches the ball we could draft........


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#4 : March 04, 2007, 12:22:49 AM

Caddy was better catching last year than the year before.  Hopefully he improves this year as well.

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#5 : March 04, 2007, 12:23:02 AM

No. 2 words. O line.

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#6 : March 04, 2007, 12:24:09 AM

If you look at the teams who Garcia had success with there is one thing that all had in common. Good offensive line and running backs who can catch the ball. Whether it was Charlie Garner, Garrison Hearst, or Westbrook Garcia has had great recieving threats out of the backfield. We all know that the offensive line needs work for whoever is throwng the ball, but if it is Garcia back there Cadillac Williams is going to have to make significant strides as a reciever for this offense to reach it's potential.
I can think of a running back that catches the ball we could draft........

Me too.  Except he is a FB, and his name is Brian Leonard!


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#7 : March 04, 2007, 12:27:28 AM

No. 2 words. O line.
O isn't a word.


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#8 : March 04, 2007, 12:28:00 AM

We're done adding players so the O Line you see now is what we are going to start the
season with. Right Karen? We're passing on all remaining FAs and will forfeit all
draft picks. Right Karen?



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#9 : March 04, 2007, 12:29:34 AM

If you look at the teams who Garcia had success with there is one thing that all had in common. Good offensive line and running backs who can catch the ball. Whether it was Charlie Garner, Garrison Hearst, or Westbrook Garcia has had great recieving threats out of the backfield. We all know that the offensive line needs work for whoever is throwng the ball, but if it is Garcia back there Cadillac Williams is going to have to make significant strides as a reciever for this offense to reach it's potential.

Now this is a legitimate concern and something i was talkin to my brother about tonite. I was thinkin back to how Westbrook outta the backfield helped Garcia and in Caddy, we sure as hell don't have that here. That worries me.

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#10 : March 04, 2007, 12:29:50 AM

The Bucs run a true version of the WCO, so Garcia will be able to fit in...plus he likes to take off the minute things break down, and can male plays on the run. That is why I like him here.

Cleveland doesn't run a WCO, and neither does Detroit. If Gruden can get the team together, we may get to see the offense click this year.

Having a mobile QB is a huge asset in running this offense.

Detroit ran a WCO when he was there.  


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#11 : March 04, 2007, 12:30:21 AM

The Bucs run a true version of the WCO, so Garcia will be able to fit in...plus he likes to take off the minute things break down, and can male plays on the run. That is why I like him here.

Cleveland doesn't run a WCO, and neither does Detroit. If Gruden can get the team together, we may get to see the offense click this year.

Having a mobile QB is a huge asset in running this offense.

Wrong. Detroit did run a WCO under Marty Mortingwhig (spelling) who had been Garcia's OC in San Fran. Cleveland also was running an offense with a lot of similiarities to a WCO under Butch Davis. I seem to remember Garcia playing decent in both places despite the bad record.

For anybody thinking that Garcia is going to come in here and light up this offense think again. Is he better than any of the QB's we have on the roster? Yes, unless Simms makes significant improvement in the mental part of his game. Are we going to put up any 40 berger's? No. Are we going to the playoffs? If our defense gets back to top 10 and our running game is even better than it was in 05' then probably yes.



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#12 : March 04, 2007, 12:30:55 AM

Quick, take that 1.5 from Alstott and buy Caddy some jug machines and footballs.



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#13 : March 04, 2007, 01:19:38 AM

Quick, take that 1.5 from Alstott and buy Caddy some jug machines and footballs.

you're in rare form 2nite.

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#14 : March 04, 2007, 01:21:03 AM

The Bucs run a true version of the WCO, so Garcia will be able to fit in...plus he likes to take off the minute things break down, and can male plays on the run. That is why I like him here.

Cleveland doesn't run a WCO, and neither does Detroit. If Gruden can get the team together, we may get to see the offense click this year.

Having a mobile QB is a huge asset in running this offense.

Detroit ran a WCO when he was there. 
I guess you could call it that...the same coach Morningwheg who also won the coin toss in OT and decided to kick the ball Marty...

That was not a WCO they ran.  It was a feeble attempt to run anything semblant to a Pro Offense.  And Also I thought it was the old coach of the Niners who was there...(Mooch)

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