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Mon Oct 08, 2018 5:38 am
  • Based on what I saw yesterday I would say Marshall is out of a job. Moore appears to be a great redzone target. Not sure what is going on with Jaron Brown? He has been invisible.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 5:54 am
  • Brown has had a couple of catches IIRC. Moore showed some flashes against the Lambs.

    Marshall looks more and more like a wasted move.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:30 am
  • I identified our WR corp as the weakness on offense, in the first four games, only Lockett was serviceable. Marshall had hand issues, dropping a lot of balls; Baldwin was hurt, then invisible when played; Jaron Brown was also quite invisible, probably had problem getting open or separation.

    We desperately need another WR to play with Lockett, hoping with positive development of Moore and recovery of Baldwin, we finally will have serviceable WR corp., the league need to watch out for the Hawks at that point. WIth our new running game, which is legit after the lambs game ... our more than serviceable OL .... we can surprise a lot of teams.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:33 am
  • toffee wrote:I identified our WR corp as the weakness on offense, in the first four games, only Lockett was serviceable. Marshall had hand issues, dropping a lot of balls; Baldwin was hurt, then invincible when played; Jaron Brown was also quite invicible, probably had problem getting open or separation.

    We desperately need another WR to play with Lockett, hoping with positive development of Moore and recovery of Baldwin, we finally will have serviceable WR corp., the league need to watch out for the Hawks at that point. WIth our new running game, which is legit after the lambs game ... our more than serviceable OL .... we can surprise a lot of teams.

    I think you need to teach your spellchecker how to spell "invisible." ;)

    Otherwise, pretty good analysis of the situation.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:49 am
  • sutz wrote:Marshall looks more and more like a wasted move.


    Ugh. I hate to say you are right. I was SO pulling for him this year but he is done. Nothing personal, he's just an old stallion who needed to retire a year or two ago. We were all hoping he could have one last highlight reel in his twilight year but it's obvious he doesn't have much of anything left in the tank. Great story, great presence in the locker room (which may be the main reason we kept him) but as a factor on the field? Nope. Too bad.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:54 am
  • I don't really think we threw it enough that game to really judge any of the WR beyond our #1 & #2... To me Moore was just the lucky recipient of one of RW's scramble drills that pretty much always result in a little separation somewhere because the CB's simply cant cover that long. On his other touchdown, that poor CB wasn't even looking at him he wanted the interception inside so bad.

    Needless to say, I always thought Marshall would be a very situational red zone type player - I think our FO just got a little too excited to start him the way they did so soon. I think he will settle down into a more consistent situational player. At this stage in his career I just don't think it's viable to expect #2 or even #3 type numbers from him.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 9:01 am
  • sutz wrote:
    toffee wrote:I identified our WR corp as the weakness on offense, in the first four games, only Lockett was serviceable. Marshall had hand issues, dropping a lot of balls; Baldwin was hurt, then invincible when played; Jaron Brown was also quite invicible, probably had problem getting open or separation.

    We desperately need another WR to play with Lockett, hoping with positive development of Moore and recovery of Baldwin, we finally will have serviceable WR corp., the league need to watch out for the Hawks at that point. WIth our new running game, which is legit after the lambs game ... our more than serviceable OL .... we can surprise a lot of teams.

    I think you need to teach your spellchecker how to spell "invisible." ;)

    Otherwise, pretty good analysis of the situation.


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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 9:40 am
  • Your weekly reminder that Wilson doesn't throw much. 24 attempts per game the last three games since Pete remembered the running game.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:56 am
  • This should've been Dez all along, if you're gonna take a flyer on a playmaker, go big. Marshall looks to just be a huge whiff...Moores been a pleasant surprise
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 12:21 pm
  • Moore has soft hands; he can be an explosive player. Like his potential. We dont throw it enough to drop them. It kills drives. Efficiency..........were finding ourselves.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 3:15 pm
  • I haven't given up on Brown yet but Moore has been a playmaker since training camp he deserves to start over Marshall. He should see the bench. Baldwin clearly is not healthy. Brown should be used in 4 receiver sets. I love his speed and he can make plays and has good size. I like our receiver corp.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 3:19 pm
  • Moore caught 3 balls, and you people think he’s Antonio Brown all of a sudden?

    Three catches is a BAD game for an elite receiver. Need to see a lot more, no pun intended.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 3:27 pm
  • THE TABS wrote:Moore caught 3 balls, and you people think he’s Antonio Brown all of a sudden?

    Three catches is a BAD game for an elite receiver. Need to see a lot more, no pun intended.


    But three catches is average for most receivers on this team.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 3:32 pm
  • Two TDs...biggest game in his life....what's not to like about Moore...play him..he's a baller.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 4:40 pm
  • THE TABS wrote:Moore caught 3 balls, and you people think he’s Antonio Brown all of a sudden?

    Three catches is a BAD game for an elite receiver. Need to see a lot more, no pun intended.

    In this Run Heavy outing, Moore had three targets, & three catches w/no drops, That's encouraging.
    I believe it's only a 'Bummer' if he's targeted more, but not hauling them in. :Dunno: correct?
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 4:45 pm
  • Marshall could be dropped when Dickson comes back.
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Re: David Moore
Mon Oct 08, 2018 5:23 pm
  • xray wrote:Two TDs...biggest game in his life....what's not to like about Moore...play him..he's a baller.

    My thoughts exactly. I've been a fan of Moore's ever since he was drafted. I was able to dig some tape up on him last year from his college days. He was doninant at EOK. Small school, but his talents just popped on the tape. I read a good draft profile on him and that particular write-up had his comp as Anquan Boldin. Both 6’2” and in the 220-225 LB range. Big, strong hands. Physical receivers. It's weird, Moore doesn't look as big as he really is. I remember Pete said the same thing this off-season. I hope Moore builds on this game. I see a lot of promise there. If I can find the write-up I referred to, I'll post a link
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