Ensminger's TE Woes 2018

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  1. Kikicaca

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    Lol
     
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    Didn't bother reading the article. Still hung up on the years we had enough TE depth for 2 teams and never used it. I'm inferring from the OP that the current staff wants to change that.....we'll see.
     
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  6. Kikicaca

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    Football IQ still lacking here should have posted this on a kids blog would have had a more knowledgeable audience.
     
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    Ha Ha Ha easy being happy and unaware isn't it! Ha Ha Ha!
     
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    Randy Moss' son is 6'3" 225, which is kind of small for a TE. But his height is an advantage if we can get him the ball and he can run block. It will definitely add an element to the offense; especially if Pettigrew continues to develop. There will be opportunities for both of them in the RPO type offense we'll probably see a lot of.
     
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    Not having my football IQ questioned in every thread you post in is another reason to enjoy baseball (and this year basketball) season. :p
     
  10. Kikicaca

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    You weren't in this thread when I mentioned IQ so don't understand your sensitivity. Football IQ is in question when someone can't understand why you need not only good TE's but enough to run a 2 TE set with backups. We had one good healthy TE last year. Not having that is fundamentally a problem for an offense. Sorry just my view.
     

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