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Mangini says Wallace will play

Coach Mangini came out said that Wallace will have plays and play in 2010. I love the idea of Cribbs and Wallace in the Wildcat.


“Seneca’s going to have plays in there where he’ll be involved,” coach Eric Mangini said Monday at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Club Luncheon, according to Steve Doerschuk of the Canton Repository, “and maybe he’ll be involved with Josh [Cribbs], and we can have some fun with that.”

Mangini also didn’t slam the door on the possibility that Wallace could unseat Delhomme.  “They’re different types of quarterbacks,” Mangini said.  “Jake definitely has a larger body of work, although I’ve played against Seneca, and he was tough.”

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2 Responses to “Mangini says Wallace will play”

  1. dale says:

    Like I’ve said before,if we don’t upgrade the WR position it does not matter who is QB! Gadget plays and gimmicks with Seneca and Josh will only work so much against the tough defenses we will face this season. By the way, where are all the regulars who usually comment? You guys need to get off youporn and throw out some opinions!

  2. Denolakes says:

    I don’t see the wildcat as a gimmick or gadget. It is an extra dimension to an offense. With both Wallace and Cribbs playing, it only makes sense that both of them be deployed, especially against defensive schemes that may not allow for the type of plays that can be called with these guys on the field. I still see more of a ball-control run-oriented offense. This puts 7-8 guys in the box for the defense. Safeties have to cheat up. Watson — and hopefully Moore — make this a more dangerous dynamic. Harrison can catch, and so can Hardesty. I think I see where this team is headed, style-wise. I like it so far.

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