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Old 01-15-2006, 04:41 PM   #76
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the offense went down right after randy thomas did. the line is the heart of the offense and they haven't been right sinse he went down.
Well they looked ok against the Giants. I think Brunell's knee came into play and when Brown had to come out and Raymer went in he looked horrible (in fairness he is a center). I do agree that the Thomas injury was important, but I don't think he was the main issue. I think field position played a huge part in yesterdays game. When Antonio Brown let punt after punt bounce at the 20 yard line and roll inside the 10 that really hurt.
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Old 01-15-2006, 09:29 PM   #77
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Well they looked ok against the Giants. I think Brunell's knee came into play and when Brown had to come out and Raymer went in he looked horrible (in fairness he is a center). I do agree that the Thomas injury was important, but I don't think he was the main issue. I think field position played a huge part in yesterdays game. When Antonio Brown let punt after punt bounce at the 20 yard line and roll inside the 10 that really hurt.
Yep. Gotta put in the fact that Clinton Portis was playing injured the past couple of weeks; there was no James Thrash (which is a good third down receiver); and Brunell never really looked the same after that knee injury against the Giants. I thought Ray Brown did a good job in place of Randy Thomas, but certainly Randy's absence played a factor with our protection.
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Old 01-15-2006, 09:45 PM   #78
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Just a couple of observations about the offense:
1) Brunell looked a little stiff and a little out of sync
2) O line protection was less the ideal, esp with Raymer in
3) Seahawks defense was quick to the ball after the catch-- they shut down the WR
screen pretty well-- Moss could not get a lot of yards after the catch like he did during the season.
4) CP looked banged up and kind of slow
5) We did miss RT on sweeps and pulling plays
6) With Patten back next year, we need only find a good #2 WR to fill in the offense and keep the dbs honest
7) Field position killed us for the first half
8) Not converting those 3 turnovers into at least 10 points really hurt us, esp in 4th quarter. Great teams convert the turnovers, and I think we lost momentum after that drive failed and Hall missed the kick.
9) JH does not seem the same-- maybe he is still hurt?
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