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I wanted to discuss Camus.
Um, can and I'm gonna see this first, and then I'm a, you know, saying why? I think it's gonna happen.
I give him three, three years, maybe, actually, five at the most.
I think him is gonna get a priest.
So I think Cam is gonna hang it up pretty soon.
I think Camus is close to being done.
And this is why I mean mobile quarter bags.
For the most part, they are doubles to extend plays their double soon create when there's nothing there.
Their job is to, uh, you know be isn't attending as possible While pocket passers, they usually stand back in the pocket, and they're mostly like game managers.
But mobile quarterbacks are different now.
The caveat to that is that mobile quarterbacks take a lot more hits.
They take hits almost as much as running beds, too.
And over time, that does do a significant amount of damage to your body.
Just look at Andrew Luck and he retired because of it.
Um, can, I would say takes about as much of a punishment as as anybody else.
You know that I've seen any NFL where you know, when he would Russian for touchdowns.
I will see him take massive hits with him crossing the goal line, and at some point, and I could see that affected his performance.
And at some point, that's going to completely be rail him to the point where either he's going to start playing so horribly that he's going to be benched or he may just hang it up before it even gets to that point.
Um, the trajectory.
But the quarterbacks in the NFL is favoring the mobile quarterbacks for right now.
But at some point, the league is going to start reverting back to pocket passers because the production is even though it's not as gross as the production that you get from mobile quarterbacks For like one season.
A pocket pass over the course of five seasons can give you a farm or in production, then a mobile quarterback in and there are a lot more durables.
The longevity is there, Um, and I will say for the most part that it's a better long term investment for a lot of these teams.
And pretty soon these teams are going to start going back.
You'll get some of the best pet.
We look at some of the best quarterbacks in the NFL today that are still at the top of their game and two off the top of my head.
Tom Brady and Drew Brees.
They don't move very much.
Tom moves when he needs to.
I really see Drew Brees moving a pocket at all and now we're starting to see Aaron Rodgers deal with these nagging injuries and stuff like that and his play being affected by the hits that he's taken over the course of his career.
And, you know, pretty soon most cities that that's just the life span of a mobile quarterback is that, you know it's fun.
It's exciting for a little while, you know you have, You have fun with it, and over time I mean over a short amount of time.
They accrue so much damage to their body.
And just look at Michael Vick. Michael Vick.
Like 10 years ago when he was in Atlanta, although he was an exciting player to watch, Michael Vick couldn't stay on the field like it was either.
One year he'll have a good year.
Seems like nine wins, 10 wins, maybe even 11 wins, a playoff spot.
And then the next year he'll get hurt in a preseason and hell missed the entire year.
And usually when he gets hurt, it's because he gets out of the pocket and somebody leaves a really good hit on him.
And he's done for the year.
You know, they usually that that's the type of things that happen, and those are the type of things that if I'm the NFL franchise, I had to take in consideration.
But there are so many mobile quarterbacks.
Now that you don't even have to look at that anymore, you don't have to take that into consideration.
You could just throw one person out there.
Something bad happens to him.
You throw another one out there something bad, just throw another one out there like a Teddy Bridgewater.
Teddy Bridgewater, for the most part, is a balance quarterback like he's not really a mobile quarterback, But he's not really a traditional passer, either.
And he dealt with his significant, You know, his fair amount of injuries and stuff like that.
And he went from in Minnesota being a promising young superstar.
Two being a backup in New Orleans who's now forced into starting because Drew Brees is is now sitting and some MIA.
But he's all injury reserve.
He's not done for the year.
He's just probably gonna sit for the next eight weeks, and he'll probably be back late in the season if the Norman seems they're still in a position to make a playoff.
But I'm Teddy Bridgewater is just one of the latest case is RG three is one of those cases.
I mean, there's just so many quarterbacks who gamble with that gamble with moving outside the pocket and making themselves become open targets.
And Cam is one of those guys who just he's taken his fair amount of beatings.
And I can honestly say that I believe that's why Camp doesn't look the same this year that he's looked in the past.
I mean, even some of his down years Camp still has those moments where he still feels he still shows shades of M V P level ability, but I don't know, man.
This year, he just looks different.
He looks horrible, The team looks horrible and the Carolina Panthers aren't particularly a very talented and detain, and they will only go as far as cameras able to take them and came in the state that he used.
Now, I don't think the Carolina Panthers will make the playoffs will make the playoffs for the duration of Cam's career.
Now I know that's saying a lot and I can't predict the future. I know that.
But I'm just talking about the normal life span of mobile quarterbacks in the league.
You know at some point they usually have those down points where they slowly start to degrade.
Over time, you know, and Russell is that Russell is in his different Russell's scrambles, but he's more of a he's more of, ah, play extender.
He's kind of like Ben Roethlisberger, where he'll he'll extend the plate.
You don't really see Russell, but Brussels COLUMN list Russell Listen, scrambling down, filled like you'll see him scramble towards the sideline.
He'll leave the little ball out of us.
And this is why Aaron Rodgers, although he I consider him to be about sport back where l used his legs more often than not, but they're usually to extend the please.
That's different than what Cam does.
Cam is a downfield run, like once he get bronze, he breaks the pocket.
He's running down.
Feel kind of like Mark Jackson, where he'll go down filled now.
The one thing that Lamar Jackson is doing now and I see that column Mary does, which may prolong their career, is that they're starting this now.
This is Lamar Jackson second year, and he's already exhibiting those.
He's already exhibiting those pocket passer tendencies and you know, Kala Marie and Lamar Jackson There, they're getting get out the way now, and this is what camp should the people in camps corner should have told Miss.
I should have told him.
I'm talking like the trainers, the coaches.
They should have helped him develop his pocket passing Maur.
So that way he didn't have to rely on his legs.
Not a problem with the Carolina Panthers.
The reason why I think camp felt feels the need to move this much as he does is that one.
They don't have the strongest offensive line.
We have a have the strongest.
It's a blind, says Cam, has been near.
They have had, you know, uh, they've had questionable offensive lines.
I mean, the last time I remember a great offense of women being the Carolina in Jordan, girls guys like like that.
But that was so long ago.
I mean, tree Turner's.
I guess it get past.
You know, he's a good guy.
He's a good old line.
And Peritus, the guy that came over from Denver.
He's also good, But I mean, you don't have anybody that's gonna seriously provide him of the time he would need in a pocket, so I could see why can't we move as much as he does and plus the wire receiver situation in Carolina isn't the greatest during Cam's M V P season.
I mean, he was still in the guys.
Uh, I believe David Funches was still there.
And also, uh, Philly Brown guys like that.
Philly Brown hasn't even had a job.
I believe since leaving Carolina, I mean, I mean, dude, those guys that you have to throw to me now he has B. J. Moore.
I mean, but we're still too early to say that those guys will be significant weapons for him because he needs weapons when he outside the only consistent weapon he's had his Greg Olsen.
But, you know, I don't know how long that's gonna last.
Is Greg Wilson, you know, just hasn't been the same in the past two years, either.
And I believe he was injured in the last year or the year before that, where he missed a huge chunk of the season.
I mean, yes, it is not looking good, man.
Just like I believe Ben's time is up.
Ben, Ben may come try to come back, make sure, but if the Pittsburgh Steelers still have still has a down year like I believe they're gonna have this year and I said this before the season started.
I made a video about this, and I said before the season started that the Pittsburgh Steelers are gonna struggle.
They're going to struggle.
They're not gonna be the same team that we know them to be.
Where they can lose the Hines Ward, they can lose the Antwaan Randle El Plaxico embarrassed Keith Miller, you know, lose the Jerome Bettis willing partner and still be able to produce at a high level.
It's not gonna be the same, is not gonna be the same for that team.
And, uh, I've already made my feelings long on YouTube about how I feel about Pittsburgh, and I'm not gonna do that now, at least not right now.
But, um, there's a lot of issues in Pittsburgh if those issues persist next year.
Ben Roethlisberger made retire next year.
I believe he's going to try to come back one more time.
I think he's gonna give.
I think he's gonna leave now.
Hope that the team could lose enough that that they can, you know, at least get a high pick in the draft where they can, I guess. Drafts on weapons.
You know, Add some depth or something like that and come back next year and try again, because this, uh, this year was lost before this season even started for me.
I mean, and this this is me saying that now.
But this season was lost already.
So been sitting for the year or, you know, just choosing to sit out because he only has a thumb injury.
And I'm not saying that they can't mag for the rest of the season.
I'm just saying that I don't think it's gonna make him for the rest of the season.
I think he's just choosing the set out for the rest of the season.
And you know, there is going to give them time to see what makes him Rudolph can do.
And, uh, you know, But I think Ben Roethlisberger will retire after next season if these problems persists.
And then I'm in this Cam Bear models burger.
I'm I'll give him at least 2 to 3 more years.
Maybe before I really start to see the age before I'm from with it right now.
I'm just I'm shooting it out there, you know, shooting it out there that.
I believe that Cam is going to walk away, But I'm gonna give it another season and then maybe one more after that, depending on how this season goes.
And I may change it at some point later this season.
And she, you know, shoot the time line up a little further, dependent on how bad he looks, if you're if he's able to turn it around, Um, usually I mingle.
Aditi's, uh, I'm not gonna see predictions.
Usually I make a lot of statements where I believe certain things are gonna play out a certain way or certain things are playing out, certainly because of whatever.
And one of the most notable read things that I said and I said this at half hour after he was released and signed somewhere else until New Brown.
I believe, fake the lad of those issues that he had to get out of town just to make it look good.
I mean, and I said this like 1/2 hour after I found out that he signed with the Patriots was for Saturday, uh, last Saturday, not the previous edited.
It just passed with the Saturday before Week one, and I don't know, man.
I'm getting pretty good with guessing these things out for, You know, for anybody that questions what I'm saying that doesn't think that I'm actually being honest with anything that I'm saying.
We'll check out those YouTube videos this under the same name, but I'm the same before in this Cam Noon and bear Rafa's Burger over the next 2 to 3 seasons, I believe they're both gonna be gone.
I think the hits that they're taking, I think the hits that camera that campus taken is affecting his performance, and I think he's gonna call it quits Pretty soon, I think Andrew Luck started something, and pretty soon we're going to start seeing more and more players retire early due to the damage that they're doing to their bodies, and I'm all for it.
I think that if you were to sustaining so many injuries that is affecting your way of life is affecting your ability to live outside of the game.
I think you should walk away after I don't fought Megatron.
I don't fault Patrick Willis, Chris Borland for any of those guys for walking away early, even though some people question why, but I think that Ah, a certain point when your body tells, you know, you should listen.
So that's it, man.
I just wanted to put that out there.
We'll see if I'm right.
We'll see if I'm wrong, but I'm giving can two years, Uh