Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by jday, Apr 30, 2020.
I enjoyed that interview. Thanks for posting.
I think he will start out in the slot and eventually get moved outside.
How would you like to be Jimmy's wife and be locked down with that smacking? When this is over she may need some rehab in silence.
He really seems like a good kid. When he smiles, he reminds me of someone, but I can't think of who. Anyone else see that?
That will probably be the case, but I am ok if he stays there and becomes the best slot in the league. Cobb played great last year but if he can go over 800 yards this kid can really put up numbers and will require some extra attention which helps everyone.
He will keep defenses honest and make 8 in the box, very difficult for opponents...
LOL No, that's not who I was thinking of.
Maybe a cross between Sebastian Bach and one of the Wayans brothers?
He will probably play more outside with Cooper playing slot in 3 WR sets
He honestly favors Randy Moss.
Maybe later, but early I think they'll lean on CeeDee in the slot to avoid pressman. That's were Lamb needs to develop.
With his change of direction and precise route running, Cooper will be a nightmare in the slot.
DB’s won’t have a clue...
Right now Coopers skills are best used of the slot, and he is still the player the passing game is going to lean on the most, at least until Lamb develops.
I think you will see alot of slants to Lamb on the outside. Over the next couple years, I think we will start to gravitate more towards a WCO style offense. And Lamb is the perfect WCO type WR. I think he is about 200 now, I could see him playing at 210 by 2021
I'm thinking we will see that WCO this year.
I think we will see alot of WCO concepts. However I think we are going to keep alot the same as well. I think what the end result will be is alot of motion being used in a WCO style offense.
At a guess, when Frederick retired, the WCO installation timetable moved up. Quicker passing means that is less of an impact.
At least, that's what I would do...
8 in the box is easier said than done. Even 7 in the box. I would think in most of the cases they do that they'll be breaking into zone coverage but try to disguise it as M2M. Then play action should kill that.
Think about it. 7 or 8 in the box trying to stop the run leaves you with m2m on those 3 WRs. At best with a safety over the top. You better have good corners.