CIS report on WQAM - June 27th

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Tight end depth is a bit concerning. Glad the coaches are at least gonna try Langham out there after he had a pretty decent spring.
 
Langham to TE, even if only for certain packages, is intriguing. You have to respect that size in the seam. Should open things up for the outside guys.


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Nice to hear McCloud is hitting his stride and the CB transfers are meeting expectations so far. Miami D of old.
 
Langham to TE, even if only for certain packages, is intriguing. You have to respect that size in the seam. Should open things up for the outside guys.


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Felt he should have been there years ago. Dude is a legit 6'6 235-240


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A crappy WR who played small for his size according to Rick is going to fix our TE depth. I'm all in.
 
With Zach coming into his own, Shaq trimming down to 235lbs, and Pickney being pushed by Owens, our linebackers may rival the d-line for best unit on the team. When you add in the fact that our secondary is going to be a strength and not a weakness, man our defense can be scary good this year.
 
As far as I could see, we didn't really use Njoku as a "true tight end" last year, so it could be a role that Cager can play when necessary.
 
A crappy WR who played small for his size according to Rick is going to fix our TE depth. I'm all in.

I'm not saying he is going to become the next Winslow at TE. Herndon is our guy. But he can't play every down, and we need depth.

I agree with what Pete said during the interview - that the TE position is becoming more and more athletic, basically just another WR. If Langham can TE in a few packages, it will help with depth.

FWIW, the PBP had an article on Langham a month or two ago, after the last scrimmage. He had a nice scrimmage, and supposedly started to learn how to use his body to his advantage. And anything we get from him is an improvement and gravy.
 
A crappy WR who played small for his size according to Rick is going to fix our TE depth. I'm all in.

I'm not saying he is going to become the next Winslow at TE. Herndon is our guy. But he can't play every down, and we need depth.

I agree with what Pete said during the interview - that the TE position is becoming more and more athletic, basically just another WR. If Langham can TE in a few packages, it will help with depth.

FWIW, the PBP had an article on Langham a month or two ago, after the last scrimmage. He had a nice scrimmage, and supposedly started to learn how to use his body to his advantage. And anything we get from him is an improvement and gravy.

I'll accept all of that.
 
As far as I could see, we didn't really use Njoku as a "true tight end" last year, so it could be a role that Cager can play when necessary.

If TE is what Njoku played a lot last year, then you're absolutely right. Any big WR can line up split out line Njoku did.
 
A crappy WR who played small for his size according to Rick is going to fix our TE depth. I'm all in.

I'm not saying he is going to become the next Winslow at TE. Herndon is our guy. But he can't play every down, and we need depth.

I agree with what Pete said during the interview - that the TE position is becoming more and more athletic, basically just another WR. If Langham can TE in a few packages, it will help with depth.

FWIW, the PBP had an article on Langham a month or two ago, after the last scrimmage. He had a nice scrimmage, and supposedly started to learn how to use his body to his advantage. And anything we get from him is an improvement and gravy.

I'll accept all of that.

LIKE ANYONE GIVES A $2 FLYIN' FU@K WHAT YOU WILL AND/OR WON'T ACCEPT... :ibis-roflmao-sm4:
 
Langham to TE was my idea.
 
Intrigued by the idea of Wilder as a pass rusher.

Speed off the edge...can't have enough of that.
 
Langham to TE, even if only for certain packages, is intriguing. You have to respect that size in the seam. Should open things up for the outside guys.


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Redwine now Langham, Richt should just put me on payroll
 
A crappy WR who played small for his size according to Rick is going to fix our TE depth. I'm all in.

I'm not saying he is going to become the next Winslow at TE. Herndon is our guy. But he can't play every down, and we need depth.

I agree with what Pete said during the interview - that the TE position is becoming more and more athletic, basically just another WR. If Langham can TE in a few packages, it will help with depth.

FWIW, the PBP had an article on Langham a month or two ago, after the last scrimmage. He had a nice scrimmage, and supposedly started to learn how to use his body to his advantage. And anything we get from him is an improvement and gravy.

It's not like Langham was going to make a significant contribution at WR. Nothing to lose here.
 
As far as I could see, we didn't really use Njoku as a "true tight end" last year, so it could be a role that Cager can play when necessary.

If TE is what Njoku played a lot last year, then you're absolutely right. Any big WR can line up split out line Njoku did.

It looked to me like Njoku spent only about half his time split out wide, the other half he was in the slot. I think Braxton was his backup last year. Maybe Dallas can fill that role this year.
 

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