I'm easily willing to give Wilson some time. Once he picks up the blocking scheme and develops his between the tackles vision, he's going to be a real threat. Another poster here mentioned a couple weeks ago that when he's in the defense is expecting run all the way. I definitely think this is true. If you want proof, watch the play where Eli scrambled on the boot leg. It was play action to Wilson and even though the defense was in man, nearly the entire defense flowed to Wilson's side expecting him to have the ball. The defense knows he can be a threat wit the ball in his hand. Once he learns the blocking scheme he will be a major threat.
and lumpkin didnt even pass protect when he came in he ran routes, wtf, why couldnt we have used wilson there?
100% sure it is going to be a run, Wilson will also be a huge checkdown threat. Easily could have been
in the flats on Eli's supposed intentional grounding (yet another penalty that could be called
10 times a game, but was only called on us) and gone 40 yards.
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RF, we did not "lay an egg" we had some good offense and held the foreskins to 17 points.
We had some bad breaks, and too many penalties. But in no way did we "lay an egg".