BrainDed posted:NumberThree posted:
and Rodgers's two best friends whom he basically trusted the most with the ball and who always just knew where to be are now gone.
...and I say that's a good thing.
1 - Lets get back to taking what the D gives us. Not targeting your trusted guys no matter what. Let's get back to spreading the ball around. Once upon a time, there were many games where six, seven, eight, nine different guys caught passes. Lately, not so much.
2- The trusted guys were not getting separation. I'm hopeful the youngsters will provide better targets. There's not a whole lot of old guys left now. It's Adams, maybe Graham, a year-off Geronimo, and a bunch of new guys. MLF has to scheme guys open and tell Rodgers to hit the open guy and not wait for just the old trustworthy guys. Going into their second years, ESB, MVS, Tonyan, yes, even Moore, should take a jump up and Rodgers needs to get them the ball.
Added to that for ya...