Kasey Dunn

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Thanks. Seems about as ignorant as suggesting an 2011 offense based on a team that had six guys make a NFL squad. Why don't we go back to 1988 offense, it produced a 2,500 + yard running back.
I find it hard to believe that our first 3 opponents have better athletes at WR than we have at the bottom of our depth chart. Throw across the middle of the field, ESPECIALLY when a team is OBVIOUSLY playing the run. But, sanders can’t throw anything besides a screen pass on a consistent basis.
 

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I find it hard to believe that our first 3 opponents have better athletes at WR than we have at the bottom of our depth chart. Throw across the middle of the field, ESPECIALLY when a team is OBVIOUSLY playing the run. But, sanders can’t throw anything besides a screen pass on a consistent basis.
He hit Owens in the hands on a crossing route. Owens dropped it. Thanks for making my point. Again.
 

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Proves my point that SS is NOT the QB to rely on.
The only point it proves is: You want a QB that you think can't read defenses, throwing over the middle using receivers that he has barely practiced with. Proving only that you may be clueless.
 

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This was our depth chart going into the season. Assuming Martin & Bray make it back, we could have 7 of our top 9 receivers on the field against K-State. That should allow us to get a better read on how good Coach Dunn and this offense are going to be this season.

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Doesn’t matter if same QB is played, he will continue to give the ball to the other team. Need to also move on at the QB position for the best chance to win in the Big 12.


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Wait a minute how many times did Sanders turn it over Saturday?

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0 but they barely called any passing plays. I don’t care who the receivers are, a good QB can make receivers better! Coaches don’t trust SS to not throw picks. He can’t throw the ball to the middle of the field without turning it over or getting close to it. Somehow for the first time he held on to the ball in the run game but that is not a given either.


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I specifically responded to your comment that he's going to do nothing but turn the ball over to the other team. He didn't.

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The only point it proves is: You want a QB that you think can't read defenses, throwing over the middle using receivers that he has barely practiced with. Proving only that you may be clueless.
Nope. I want SI. Best option we have.
This, I think some of you guys would want Sanders even if he threw 3 pics and fumbled the same amount every game. No one is saying SI is great but he hasn’t had much of a chance either! It’s time to move on from SS, he’s had his chance and he has gotten worse. Use him for goal line stuff or occasional option but that’s it.


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This was our depth chart going into the season. Assuming Martin & Bray make it back, we could have 7 of our top 9 receivers on the field against K-State. That should allow us to get a better read on how good Coach Dunn and this offense are going to be this season.

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Doesn’t matter if same QB is played, he will continue to give the ball to the other team. Need to also move on at the QB position for the best chance to win in the Big 12.


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Wait a minute how many times did Sanders turn it over Saturday?

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0 but they barely called any passing plays. I don’t care who the receivers are, a good QB can make receivers better! Coaches don’t trust SS to not throw picks. He can’t throw the ball to the middle of the field without turning it over or getting close to it. Somehow for the first time he held on to the ball in the run game but that is not a given either.


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I specifically responded to your comment that he's going to do nothing but turn the ball over to the other team. He didn't.

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I commented that the coaches didn’t give him a chance to turn it over, at least in the passing game. I praise him for not actually fumbling for once. He has had his chance, let’s move on. Not going to win big 12 games with this offense and a qb that can’t throw to the middle of the field.


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This, I think some of you guys would want Sanders even if he threw 3 pics and fumbled the same amount every game. No one is saying SI is great but he hasn’t had much of a chance either! It’s time to move on from SS, he’s had his chance and he has gotten worse. Use him for goal line stuff or occasional option but that’s it.


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You ready to make that move in the middle of the season? You realize there will be growing pains and zero mobility at the QB position. I really don't care who they throw out there as long as we can compete.
 

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I commented that the coaches didn’t give him a chance to turn it over, at least in the passing game. I praise him for not actually fumbling for once. He has had his chance, let’s move on. Not going to win big 12 games with this offense and a qb that can’t throw to the middle of the field.
You can’t even write three sentences without contradicting yourself. I agree on one thing. Let’s move on.
 
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I commented that the coaches didn’t give him a chance to turn it over, at least in the passing game. I praise him for not actually fumbling for once. He has had his chance, let’s move on. Not going to win big 12 games with this offense and a qb that can’t throw to the middle of the field.
You can’t even write three sentences without contradicting yourself. I agree on one thing. Let’s move on.
If you can’t understand that the coaches no longer trust him to throw the ball over the middle of the field then don’t know what to tell you. That is what I meant by the coaches didn’t give him a chance to turn it over as they called plays for the boundaries only and no passes up the middle and only called 7 passes all 1st half for 7 yards.

Moral to the story, the coaches don’t trust him to throw so they need to move on from him then as you can’t keep winning games like that.


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If you can’t understand that the coaches no longer trust him to throw the ball over the middle of the field then don’t know what to tell you. That is what I meant by the coaches didn’t give him a chance to turn it over as they called plays for the boundaries only and no passes up the middle and only called 7 passes all 1st half for 7 yards.

Moral to the story, the coaches don’t trust him to throw so they need to move on from him then as you can’t keep winning games like that.
If you can’t understand that the restricted passing game was about the WR injuries, I don’t know what to tell you.

You're making up narratives that don’t exist in order to support a point that has been roundly refuted.
 
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If you can’t understand that the restricted passing game was about the WR injuries, I don’t know what to tell you.

You're making up narratives that don’t exist in order to support a point that has been roundly refuted.
That would t have been the strategy with any other QB we’ve had in the past. Gundy claims we run a “simplified playbook”. You can’t count those receivers out without giving them a chance. What happened to the mantra of “next man up”?