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Martz correct ??
Is Coach Martz correct in holding Warner out of the last pre season game ??
no no no no no no....
Until deciding to sit him, coach himself said the timing of the offense was off. He shouldn't be in there as long as San Diego, but a series or two would be nice. These guys are pros and i have confidence in them, but removing him isn't a good idea. If the offense had ben doing better in the preseason games i saw i would say sit him, but i don't think he should.
A game i can watch and warner ain't even playin - its ok tho b/c Archuleta is quickly becoming #2 on my listDJRamFan
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Yes, I think it's an excellent strategy. I think it's a smart decision by Coach Martz mainly because of these factors:
a) his broad experience as former offensive coordinator
b) his need of putting Germaine and Bulger through test of fire
c) his honest opinion of Kurt being QB READY now --perhaps an understatement in itself
d) Kurt's possible health status not being truly at 100% (93% [?]). :rolleyes:
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Last edited by RealRam; -08-29-2001 at 06:44 PM.
I am not to sure if sitting him out is a good idea. Yea he is a great qb but he is also going to be rusty and a game may sharpen him up. Well anyway we will find out against the eagles. Maybe martz is worried about his health and only wants to use him when he really has too.
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