- Jan 8, 2010
- Reaction score
- Wheatland, ca
Agreed.I read this earlier. Anything is better than Galloway at the moment. The only thing I worry about is that little man going across the middle and getting leveled by a LBer or Safety.
And this is one of the questions I have about our coaching staff. Why would they be so quick to let go of Johnson and Parker at the RB position in favor of the youth they put on the Practice Squad and 3rd string at the onset of the season, yet they refuse to bring up a younger receiver in favor of Galloway and/or Williams.Agreed.
I'd honestly rather see Terence Austin (who, according to reports, was turning heads with his play in the preseason) elevated to the active squad and Galloway let go.
Banks is too valuable as a return man to risk injury as a WR.
Why don't we just elevate Terrence Austin to the active roster, already?!?
I'd much rather have him at WR and keep Banks on PR/KR duties.
I see very little upside to keeping guys like Galloway (who is average at this point in his career, AT BEST) and Roydell (who doesn't have but 3 catches, if that) in the lineup.Yes. I read somewhere either here or on Twitter today or yesterday (man, that Ginko Biloba is working great!) that Galloway was benched Monday night for not running good routes, because that led to one of the INTs.
So why not try the young guys? Seriously? Why not? Galloway gave up on a route and we turned the ball over. The noobs are gonna do worse? At least their mistakes can be attributed to rookie mistakes or young players. I can live with that. Tired of seeing Galloway out there if he doesn't care enough to run the right route.
Put in the guys who will try!
honestly though his return game lacked any burst or create any spark really. one good return and that was about it. so im still not sure i am off base.
When you're his size, El, that may just be a survival tactic that eventually becomes automatic. lol.Wasn't his catch a critical 3rd down conversion? The catch was one thing, but it was his ability to escape a big hit that impressed me on that play. He seems adept at feeling the pressure and eluding the big hit.
Kids got talent, but you still have to be weary of his size for punishment.
just what the team needs: a mini me target for DM's laser like accuracy!It was a solid catch, one that made me think, wait a minute dudes 155, he has ginormous cajones. The next thought was, lets not send him over the middle alot because quite frankly eventually it won't end well for him. The deep fade and skinny post is where I want to see Banks, or across the middle but 20 yards deep past the linebacker in the soft spot if the teams playing cover 2. Kids got talent, but you still have to be weary of his size for punishment.