He said the QBs were completing in the eighty percentile range, and that is a good sign. Even if it is against air, and limited coverage, the ball is getting to the spot it needs to be, and that is something Freetard could never muster up. Like Daniel Teo Nesheims mojo. It just could never develop.
Loving all the combinations Tedford could come up with. In the spread, WRs Evans and Jackson, Herron & Patton slotted, and Demps in the backfield. For short yardage, Seferian-Jenkins and Myers in tight, H-backs of Tim Wright & Cameron Brate, with Jorvorskie Lane in the backfield. Or swap in Mike James for Brate or Jorvorskie Lane. Never seen this many weapons in the Bucs arsenal; ever!
Hard to get excited with no VJAX, Evans, ASJ, etc.
The only thing to be excited about is that the QBs are hitting their targets, and doing so at an alarmingly good rate, despite the ghost defense. I have even heard that receivers are getting the ball in stride, without having to contort their bodies to make catches (a la Freetard's errant tosses), and that is a complaint I have had for YEARS regarding QB play. Thank goodness that is coming to an an end.