Cadet is a just a guy. If he made any clutch plays at the end of the season when the games didn't matter, it doesn't make up for his clutch TD drop against Tampa.Bush was definitely better, but Cadet came on pretty strong at the end of the season with some clutch plays. I never was a big Cadet supporter but he deserves some love for his play at the end.
If I decoded your post correctly, I think you are saying Cadet is just average?Cadet is a just a guy. If he made any clutch plays at the end of the season when the games didn't matter, it doesn't make up for his clutch TD drop against Tampa.
He had the best hands on any RB i'd ever seen. He's also apart of the reason why we started selling out season tickets every year.What I loved about Bush being on the roster was how he opened up the field for our WR's and TE's. He was such a threat. If you forgot about him, he'd make you pay. He did more for this team than people truly know. He was used as a decoy half the time.
Well it's not "condemning" him to say he's not "clutch" if he drops his most important pass in the last game of the season that truly mattered vs. putting up yardage in meaningless games.If I decoded your post correctly, I think you are saying Cadet is just average?
In that case I can agree, but he is an average player the team keeps bringing back so....
I'm not usually in the habit of condemning one of our guys over 1 or 2 bad plays.
At this point, Carroll and Payton have about the same winning percentage (including Pete's failures in New York and New England). Payton has 1 championship but Carroll has a few national championships with USC.So no one wants to talk about his opinion that Sean is a better OC than head coach? Or at least not as good of a head coach as Pete Carroll.