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14 minutes ago, Albany,n.y. said:

I see this was merged with  LeBron James haunted by the Browns passing on Josh Allen twice.  

 

My first thought was Cleveland haunted by LeBron leaving the Cavaliers twice.

I'm sure LeBron won't even spend a layover in Cleveland now that he's no longer there. 

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11 hours ago, Don Otreply said:

If Josh stops running, the offense will be easier to defend, this on top of what GunnerBill said above, this is how Josh plays football, it’s not going away anytime soon. 

If Josh keeps getting thrashed, he WILL wind up like Cam Newton. He REALLY digs getting hit, and laying hits, on defenders. He is all smiles, in both situations. In contrast, Brady has hung around so long, because he lays down like a Dog, and has the Refs in his pocket. (A HGH Milkshake, here and there, certainly helps) Josh right now, is burning like a Supernova. I'll just keep my fingers crossed, in the meantime, that it is going to last.

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CAM NEWTON WAS NOT INJURED RUNNING THE BALL

 

Please stop with this wrong narrative just to make your wrong point about Josh running and injury potential. 

 

Cam first injured himself trying to make a tackle on an interception and messed up his shoulder. His second shoulder injury was in the pocket. So for the love of God stop the false narrative please it's wrong. 

 

Cam's biggest problem was he was slow to read defenses so he held the ball longer and got hammered many times IN THE POCKET because he threw late. It didn't help that the refs refused to protect him because he was so big. 

 

His career ended because of 2 major shoulder injuries, not from cumulative hits from running the ball. 

 

 

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His best year was 2020 where he ran it the least as our o-line was great in pass protection that year so he didn't need to run as much.  You guys are nuts if you think he's going to hold up for fifteen years with all the hits he takes. 

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6 minutes ago, RunTheBall said:

CAM NEWTON WAS NOT INJURED RUNNING THE BALL

 

Please stop with this wrong narrative just to make your wrong point about Josh running and injury potential. 

 

Cam first injured himself trying to make a tackle on an interception and messed up his shoulder. His second shoulder injury was in the pocket. So for the love of God stop the false narrative please it's wrong. 

 

Cam's biggest problem was he was slow to read defenses so he held the ball longer and got hammered many times IN THE POCKET because he threw late. It didn't help that the refs refused to protect him because he was so big. 

 

His career ended because of 2 major shoulder injuries, not from cumulative hits from running the ball. 

 

 

Thank you.  This Josh = Cam Newton narrative is hot take garbage.   Newton was never close to the passer that Josh has been over the past 2+ seasons, only cracked 60% completion percentage twice, never touched 4000 yards, AND he was injured in the pocket.  Randall Cunningham was a running QB and he played until he was 38 and was a first team all-pro (MVP runner up) in his age 35 season.  

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2 hours ago, BUFFALOBART said:

If Josh keeps getting thrashed, he WILL wind up like Cam Newton. He REALLY digs getting hit, and laying hits, on defenders. He is all smiles, in both situations. In contrast, Brady has hung around so long, because he lays down like a Dog, and has the Refs in his pocket. (A HGH Milkshake, here and there, certainly helps) Josh right now, is burning like a Supernova. I'll just keep my fingers crossed, in the meantime, that it is going to last.

I don’t necessarily think its a good idea, but it is what it is, 

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Look at the hits Herbert took tonight.  Josh is able to protect himself better on most of his runs than Herbert was passing the ball from the pocket.  He is able to see and brace for impacts as apposed to being hit while still in throwing motion. Give it a rest.  Josh will be fine.  If he gets injured it will be no different than any other QB that gets injured.

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