GET RID OF BOREHAM...and Marshall era..Deangelis article

Why we still have Jamie Boreham on our roster is still puzzling to me. He was brought in by Greg Marshall who made suspect roster moves, and now with Marcel at the helm its time to get rid of Boreham. How can a kicker who gets worse in the past 3 season still be around. Jamie may show promise in practice but when it comes to GAMETIME he simply can't perform. and Pat Fleming is stealing paycheques as far as I'm concerned. All he does is punt and finished 5th in league punting, and has been an average punter his last 4 years.

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"The thing I never understood is, if I'm good enough to get a scholarship at one of the most prestigious universities in the country, you don't think I've got some talent?" said DeAngelis. "There was more to my story than just (subpar) stats (in university) and that's what really bothered me.

"I'm not saying give me a contract. I just wanted a look. I called Hamilton (Tiger-Cats) and they basically told me to screw off."

Start rebuilding this club new kicker, whole new defense, AMERICAN O-LINEMAN, WE are NOT going to win with McMaster products and CIS players starting at key positions!!!

And we’ll replace him with who?? You want a new kicker, whole new defense and American O-lineman, any suggestions on who they might be?? BTW you do realize that our O-line finished 3rd in the league in sacks allowed, right?? They allowed 10 less sacks than the Argos who had 3 O-lineman on the East All-star team. We do have a few guys on D that we can build on Collier, Wayne and Cody to name a few. Replacing the whole D would be suicide.

That's because when Maas felt the heat he threw it up instead of taking the sack, instead he got a good ol' INT

PLAYERS WE CAN BRING IN:

O-LINEMAN
Dustin Rykert - T - BYU
Ben Sobieski - G - Iowa
Carlos Joseph - T - Miami (FL)
Brady Poppinga T - BYU
DEFENSE
Christian Ferrara - DT - Syracuse
Jimmy Verdon - DE - Arizona State
David Bergeron - LB - Stanford
Ben Emanuel - S - UCLA
SPECIAL TEAMS
Sandro Sciortino (Canadian) - K - Boston College
Anthony Posteraro (Canadian) - P - Graceland

THESE PLAYERS ARE A START

too bad that all those player s.uck and are useless spare parts.

and if we want a good quality Quarterback
BJ SYMONS - TEXAS TECH
OR
DAVE RAGONE - LOUSIVILLE

I HOPE SOMEONE WHO ACTAULLY KNOWS A
LITTLE BIT ABOUT FOOTBALL CAN RESPOND
TO THESE SUGGESTIONS AS WELL.

BJ Symons-Shorter than ideal … Has good timing on his throws, but will throw into coverage, resulting in costly turnovers … Has a bit of a big circle in his release and drops the ball below his hip at times (should be slow with that motion, but does manage to get the pass off on time) … Good runner, but needs to avoid the defender on the move rather than attempt to run through and break arm tackles … Knee injury (anterior cruciate ligament) needs further medical evaluation.

Dave Ragone-Had 2 starts and was 20/40 for 135yds with 0 TDs and one Int..here are his negatives as per NFL.com
Has a strong, but not great left arm, as he makes his receivers work for the ball rather than letting them run through his throws … Works mostly from the shotgun … Ball-security problems have resulted in a high amount of fumbles (4 fumbles in 2 games)… Forces his passes when under pressure, staring down his primary target too long … While he has adequate arm strength, he needs to throw the ball a little harder, as his passes tend to wobble and is often off-target when throwing on the move or working from underneath the center … Has a higher-than-usual delivery point, which prevents him from getting great speed behind his release … Needs to lead his receivers better, as he tends to aim at their numbers … Underthrows on most of his deep tosses.

Dustin Rykert-Negatives: Has decent quickness off the line, but tends to lunge and overextend, taking him off his feet … Needs to play at a lower pad level, as he tends to get a little too high in his stance, causing him to lose leverage … Has good foot speed, but looks a little slow in his movement working in space … Has marginal change of direction agility (crosses his feet too much).

Ben Sobieski-Negatives: Not that durable, missing two seasons with shoulder problems and hampered another year by groin woes … Last time he started was in 1998 … Makes passive attempts to ride the defender out coming off the snap … Loses contact too frequently as he insists on playing with short arms (keeps arms close to the body, rather than extending them) … Gives up too quickly when engaging defenders if his initial move does not work … Plays too high coming off the snap in pass protection, causing him to struggle with the defender's counter moves … Lacks natural knee bend, appearing too rigid in his stance … Makes no attempt to punish the defender, preferring to take them on with finesse

I applaud the fact that you came up with some names, but clearly even these guys have some issues. My point is that it's not as easy to find upgrades as some people think it is. Most of these guys have little to no experience and the others I looked up have some pretty powerful negatives.

THANKS FOR GOING TO NFL.COM AND LOOKING AT STRICLTY THEIR NEGATIVES. EVERY PLAYER EVEN PEYTON MANNING HAVE NEGATIVES. WHY DONT YOU TRY LOOKING AT THE POSITVIES?

HAVE YOU EVER WATCHED GAME TAPE OF ANY OF THESE PLAYERS?
THE ANSWER IS PROBABLY NOT.

YOU POST SHOULD BE DELETED AS YOU HAVE NO IDEA OF ANY PLAYERS I HAVE JUST MENTIONED.
AND P.S. I DONT THINK JAMIE BOREHAM WILL BE ON THE ROSTER MUCH LONGER EITHER.
DO YOU WANT ME TO LIST HIS NEGATIVES AS WELL, WITH ASPECTS TO HIS KICKING?

Have the post deleted, I don't care. You can post whatever you want about whoever you want. It won't bother me. The only point I was trying to make with posting their negatives was that it's not as easy as it looks to find talent. I don't think it was anything to get so worked up about. And no I haven't watched game tape of any of these players. I'm a little busy with my life.

Hey jamthon,im gonna give you a piece of advice.Dont write anything negative about Boreham on here because they will castorate you for it.
I totally agree with you on the kicker,but I believe our offencive line is fine.We need to get rid of the bad apples on this team and we will be fine…

P.S.
trust me,leave Boreham alone,I said a few things about him through the season and im still recouperating from the slack I took.
You are right though he wont be around next season thank god…
ohoh im gonna hear it for saying that…

Damn straight!......what he said! ^^^^^ :twisted:

(funny post T.King) :lol:

Sandro Sciortino? :roll:

Yea Sciortino will be a good addition to bring into camp, I think Anthony Posteraro as well. 2 quality kickers/punters, who were high CFL picks. Probably just couldn't find a fit with any CFL team. Hamilton will be perfect for them.

I think you’ll find Sandro is a little too busy with other things than football, like beating cancer and, um, staying alive.

Umm sorry Bud, Sandro is fine. He was at the BC Lions training camp this Spring. He thankfully beat cancer, and hopefully he has enough courage and strength now to compete with the Ti-cats.

If Desjardins doesn't cut Fleming and Boreham and use their combined salaries to get a solid American punter/placekicker, he is making the wrong choice. Neither Fleming or Boreham are anywhere near the calibre of an American kicker like Montreal's Damon Duval. He is money. Fleming and Boreham are very inconsistent. Montreal can make an American kicker work, roster-space-wise, so why can't the Cats?

how 'bout mike vanderjagt? give him 400K and market him.

Borehamgirl: Thank you for the negative resumes on the afore mentioned players.

Your quite right with your remarks about giving these negative points strong consideration before bringing just anyone into our training camp.

My wife doesn't like football. Will you marry me?

The Ticats are not very far from being a contending team, NEW O@D systems, and a couple players who can make an impact ,imho