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Old 01-09-2006, 11:20 AM   #31
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Re: Obligatory post-game "Walt Harris scares me" thread

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Thrash has a broken thumb. That's not saying that he still won't have better hands than "Butterfingers McBrown", but he's probably not the safest pick to return punts either.
Ah, yes - other than that, my plan is flawless.
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Old 01-09-2006, 11:31 AM   #32
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You could say the same thing for a number of players though.
How many do you think would blow kisses during a kickoff return? Joe Gibbs doesn't want his players doing that shit.
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Old 01-09-2006, 11:36 AM   #33
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How many do you think would blow kisses during a kickoff return? Joe Gibbs doesn't want his players doing that shit.
So that's not smart football in your book?

I thought you might be talking about his fumbling or the way he doesn't fair catch it when he should, etc.

But if you're just talking about blowing kisses on a return for a TD, c'mon who cares?
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Old 01-09-2006, 11:57 AM   #34
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So that's not smart football in your book?

I thought you might be talking about his fumbling or the way he doesn't fair catch it when he should, etc.

But if you're just talking about blowing kisses on a return for a TD, c'mon who cares?
I CARE!

Blowing kisses is what you expect to see at a figure skating championship.

Do something more manly at least, like:

1) Slappin' that ass
2) Suck it, mah beeatch
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Old 01-09-2006, 01:05 PM   #35
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Re: Obligatory post-game "Walt Harris scares me" thread

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I'd say under the circumstances our secondary and Harris did a pretty good job.
You can only say that in hindsight because he was owned two times in a row back to back. Fortunately one pass was a dropped TD, and the other was overthrown in the end zone. If either had been caught, this thread would've been a "cut Walt Harris" thread.
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Old 01-09-2006, 01:22 PM   #36
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Get off Brown's rear end. Running back punts is one of the toughest jobs in football. He can and has made big plays. The guy bobbles a punt and you are ready to kick him off the team. If you going to kick a guy off the team for one mistake, lets kick Brunnel off the team for throwing that fourth quarter pass interception, lets kick Frost off the team for a 14 yard punt, better yet, lets kick Hall off the team for not being able to place his kickoffs deep.
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Old 01-09-2006, 01:33 PM   #37
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Re: Obligatory post-game "Walt Harris scares me" thread

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Get off Brown's rear end. Running back punts is one of the toughest jobs in football. He can and has made big plays. The guy bobbles a punt and you are ready to kick him off the team. If you going to kick a guy off the team for one mistake, lets kick Brunnel off the team for throwing that fourth quarter pass interception, lets kick Frost off the team for a 14 yard punt, better yet, lets kick Hall off the team for not being able to place his kickoffs deep.
All good points...except it's not the first time, or even the second or third, that Brown has bobbled a punt.
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Old 01-09-2006, 01:54 PM   #38
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Fact remains: He will break one sooner rather than later. Seattle has suspect coverage units on special teams. If he takes one to the house against the seagulls, no one will be calling for Antonio's head anymore. I sure hope someone is working on coaching Brown up on the little things (such as fair catching).
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You can only say that in hindsight because he was owned two times in a row back to back. Fortunately one pass was a dropped TD, and the other was overthrown in the end zone. If either had been caught, this thread would've been a "cut Walt Harris" thread.
Of course I'm saying it in hindsight, how else can someone review a game...

Meanwhile you're talking in hypotheticals, what use is that? If this, if that, but the end result is all that matters, and in this case the end result was a win.
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:23 PM   #40
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Of course I'm saying it in hindsight, how else can someone review a game....
Except, this thread isn't reviewing the game. We're reviewing the play, or lack thereof by one Walt Harris. Using the end result of the game to forgive woefully inadequate coverage skills during key moments before the game has ended isn't exactly balanced.
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Re: Obligatory post-game "Walt Harris scares me" thread

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So that's not smart football in your book?

I thought you might be talking about his fumbling or the way he doesn't fair catch it when he should, etc.

But if you're just talking about blowing kisses on a return for a TD, c'mon who cares?
Oh I was talking about that, too. I just wanted to give an example specific to Mr. Brown. Thrash fielded some punts at bad times, but he's a Redskin, because he is overall a "super-smart football player"
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:27 PM   #42
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I believe Santana Moss has a MUCH better chance of taking a punt back than Mr. Brown.
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:27 PM   #43
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Re: Obligatory post-game "Walt Harris scares me" thread

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Of course I'm saying it in hindsight, how else can someone review a game...

Meanwhile you're talking in hypotheticals, what use is that? If this, if that, but the end result is all that matters, and in this case the end result was a win.
That's great for LAST game - I'm talking about the next game. Harris is a liability and should be used only when ABSOLUTELY necessary. Using his lapses as examples is important, even if they don't result in scores. Think about it - why aren't defenses ranked solely by points given up? Because it's not just the points they give up that matter, but it's the OPPORTUNITIES they allow for other teams to score. Harris didn't get scored on this time, but, put in the same situation, he is going to give up big plays that will result in scores.
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:37 PM   #44
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Re: Obligatory post-game "Walt Harris scares me" thread

Walts first year with us wasnt bad, but recently? Good God he his horrible. Gibbs had me shitting on myself with that run,run,run stuff. We could have put them away and he sat on the lead. Now our offense is the laughing stock of the league. Good job. I am happy with the win, but I have waited so long for some respect and we still dont get it. Come on Seattle..........look past us, I dare you!
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:42 PM   #45
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Harris didn't get scored on this time, but, put in the same situation, he is going to give up big plays that will result in scores.
Amen....which is exactly the point of titling the thread "Walt Harris scares me."
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