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Old 09-24-2006, 11:20 PM   #46
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Re: Hats off to Mark Brunell setting a NFL record!

that true but he campable of throwing the ball downfield unfortually brunell cant when he tried today one went throw the defenders hands and patten had to jump to the roof to catch it.
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Old 09-24-2006, 11:30 PM   #47
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Re: Hats off to Mark Brunell setting a NFL record!

There are three parts to the passing game: blocking, throwing and catching. Blocking is 51% of the formula.

Last week, Brunell took a lot of heat. Some of it deserved, but a lot was directed personally at him when it was blocking breakdowns, some of it receivers and play calling. Today, Brunell played the game exactly the way we need him to, the ball at right place at the right time. Kudos to him. Keep it up, Mark!

This offense seems to count on yards-after-the-catch. Now I understand why ARE is here. Brunell fits this offense as well as Trent Green did in KC.
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I'm glad to say I was one of the FEW on this site that wasn't bashing him last week!!! Congrats Mark!!!
I hope you and mark are very happy together...

j/k. I know you're a completely better person than me for not venting any frustrations stemming from him sucking a couple of weeks in a row... I feel like he deserves the accolades he recieves for the record and the win, but I think we should start more bench brunell threads than ever before if thats what it takes to get the guy to complete more balls to players than fans!

hess... you are the F'ing man!

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brunell no trent green trust me lol
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good game. i hope we beat jacksonville next week. that'll be a tough contest.
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I hope you and mark are very happy together...

j/k. I know you're a completely better person than me for not venting any frustrations stemming from him sucking a couple of weeks in a row... I feel like he deserves the accolades he recieves for the record and the win, but I think we should start more bench brunell threads than ever before if thats what it takes to get the guy to complete more balls to players than fans!

hess... you are the F'ing man!

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actually she's the f'ing woman!

I 2 admit I might have jumped the gun a bit early with talking about Campbell playing soon, but Brunnel had looked absolutely terrible the first 2 games. If the team can keep on turning these swing routes, screens, and other short passes into 10+ yard plays, I don't care if they don't throw the ball down the field more than a couple times a game.
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Old 09-25-2006, 01:26 AM   #53
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I watched Gannon as he systematically tore up the Broncos en route to the record and the begining of a SB run in 2002, and I sat there and said to myself that this was like DiMaggio's streak, and will never be broken again.

Man, was I wrong. Mark deserves it, especially after putting up with all the crap from the media this week.
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because our qb cant throw the ball downfield,and the reason people talked about the eagle is because mcnabb is healthy,also mcnabb throws a forward pass not a sideline pass or behind the line of scrimmage pass every play
Most of McNabbs passes are short. He goes deep more than Brunell, but so does everyone.
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congrats to mark and the rest of the offense... big test next week against jax. i hope they are ready for a very stout defensive front...
You can't run on the Jaguars...so hopefully they attack with Cooley down the middle, where the Jax D is weak. They need to throw a bunch next week while keeping Brunell upright. Jacksonville doesn't generate much of a pass rush, so lets get ready for a FG battle.
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brunell no trent green trust me lol
You know..all Ive heard from u today despite Brunells Record breaking performance IS INSULTS...you sure your not a closet cowgirl fan!?? And Trent Green was a effing bust in Washington and you and I know it..
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Mark brunell breaks a record

And people continue to hate....That angers me not just as a redskins fan...but as a Quarterback as well...You know what..I believe in the 91 season the cowboys only had 1 victory and that was against the skins..in dallas, You cowboy fans continuing to talk crap about our Offense....Do not forget that you have to play us twice..., Our defense is crap I will agree there....Someone should talk about cutting Archelettas pay...or start scrutinizing the Defense so they can have a record day next week. Back on subject though...Give Brunell some credit, he proved himself.

Im sorry but I just dont get it...The man breaks a record AND I DO NOT Give a damn who it was against because playing like that...will pwn any team in the nfl..as it stands if we played the giants today we probably would of won that defense coulden't catch a cold. But Im fustrated as hell with the Brunell dissing that is continuing he bitch slapped his critics and those experts...And Im friggin loving it....Bend over NFL NETWORK!!!!
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not insults im trying to be realist not going overboard on beating probaly the worst team in football. we will probably do this again against the titan and that proves nothing. i hope this is a turn around game for the skins but i'm in the wait and see mode. show me something in three of the next four weeks against the jags,giants which stink and the colts. i thought we might at best at the break be 4-3 now i hope its not 2-5. its great that he completed 22 in a row but only about 5 were across the line of scrimmage you can be the texans and titans that way but against a good team i think were going to have to do more lets hope im wrong.but like i said show me enough talking about it. hail to the skins and mark great game and trent green did a great job here talking over for gus ferrotten when we were o-6.
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I'm going to keep ignoring the negativity and try to inject some more positivity into this thread. Here's all 22 completions:

1) 3rd and 6 at WAS 13 (10:06) (Shotgun) M.Brunell pass to C.Portis pushed ob at HST 13 for 74 yards (D.Robinson).

2) 1st and 10 at WAS 37 (4:22) M.Brunell pass short middle to S.Moss to 50 for 13 yards (M.Williams).

3) 1st and 10 at 50 (3:40) M.Brunell pass to B.Lloyd to HST 41 for 9 yards (L.Sanders).

4) 1st and 10 at HST 39 (2:25) M.Brunell pass short left to C.Cooley ran ob at HST 33 for 6 yards (C.Brown).

5) 3rd and 4 at HST 23 (15:00) M.Brunell pass short left to A.Randle El for 23 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

6) 1st and 10 at WAS 10 (11:20) M.Brunell pass to M.Sellers to WAS 11 for 1 yard (D.Robinson).

7) 1st and 10 at WAS 10 (11:20) M.Brunell pass to M.Sellers to WAS 11 for 1 yard (D.Robinson).

8) 2nd and 9 at WAS 11 (10:38) M.Brunell pass to M.Sellers to WAS 14 for 3 yards (L.Sanders, M.Greenwood).

9) 3rd and 6 at WAS 14 (9:52) (Shotgun) M.Brunell pass short middle to C.Portis to WAS 18 for 4 yards (M.Greenwood).

10) 2nd and 13 at WAS 15 (3:51) M.Brunell pass to C.Cooley to WAS 15 for no gain (S.Orr).

11) 2nd and 5 at WAS 34 (1:57) M.Brunell pass short left to S.Moss to WAS 40 for 6 yards (M.Greenwood).

12) 1st and 20 at WAS 30 (1:20) M.Brunell pass to C.Cooley to WAS 39 for 9 yards (D.Ryans).

13) 3rd and 9 at WAS 41 (:23) (Shotgun) M.Brunell pass deep middle to D.Patten to HST 34 for 25 yards (G.Earl).

14) 1st and 10 at HST 34 (:16) (Shotgun) M.Brunell pass short right to A.Randle El ran ob at HST 30 for 4 yards (D.Robinson).

15) 3rd and 4 at WAS 36 (12:53) M.Brunell pass short left to A.Randle El to WAS 43 for 7 yards (L.Sanders).

16) 1st and 10 at WAS 43 (12:13) M.Brunell pass short left to S.Moss to 50 for 7 yards (D.Ryans).

17) 1st and 10 at WAS 42 (11:00) M.Brunell pass to M.Sellers to WAS 47 for 5 yards (S.Orr).

18) 2nd and 5 at WAS 47 (10:18) M.Brunell pass to L.Betts to HST 45 for 8 yards (D.Robinson).

19) 2nd and 7 at HST 42 (8:49) M.Brunell pass to S.Moss pushed ob at HST 37 for 5 yards (D.Robinson).

20) 3rd and 2 at HST 37 (8:15) M.Brunell pass to B.Lloyd to HST 26 for 11 yards (D.Robinson).

21) 1st and 10 at HST 26 (7:27) M.Brunell pass to S.Moss pushed ob at HST 13 for 13 yards (G.Earl).

22) 1st and 10 at WAS 39 (1:49) M.Brunell pass short left to S.Moss to WAS 45 for 6 yards (L.Sanders; C.Brown).
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I'm going to keep ignoring the negativity and try to inject some more positivity into this thread. Here's all 22 completions:

1) 3rd and 6 at WAS 13 (10:06) (Shotgun) M.Brunell pass to C.Portis pushed ob at HST 13 for 74 yards (D.Robinson).

2) 1st and 10 at WAS 37 (4:22) M.Brunell pass short middle to S.Moss to 50 for 13 yards (M.Williams).

3) 1st and 10 at 50 (3:40) M.Brunell pass to B.Lloyd to HST 41 for 9 yards (L.Sanders).

4) 1st and 10 at HST 39 (2:25) M.Brunell pass short left to C.Cooley ran ob at HST 33 for 6 yards (C.Brown).

5) 3rd and 4 at HST 23 (15:00) M.Brunell pass short left to A.Randle El for 23 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

6) 1st and 10 at WAS 10 (11:20) M.Brunell pass to M.Sellers to WAS 11 for 1 yard (D.Robinson).

7) 1st and 10 at WAS 10 (11:20) M.Brunell pass to M.Sellers to WAS 11 for 1 yard (D.Robinson).

8) 2nd and 9 at WAS 11 (10:38) M.Brunell pass to M.Sellers to WAS 14 for 3 yards (L.Sanders, M.Greenwood).

9) 3rd and 6 at WAS 14 (9:52) (Shotgun) M.Brunell pass short middle to C.Portis to WAS 18 for 4 yards (M.Greenwood).

10) 2nd and 13 at WAS 15 (3:51) M.Brunell pass to C.Cooley to WAS 15 for no gain (S.Orr).

11) 2nd and 5 at WAS 34 (1:57) M.Brunell pass short left to S.Moss to WAS 40 for 6 yards (M.Greenwood).

12) 1st and 20 at WAS 30 (1:20) M.Brunell pass to C.Cooley to WAS 39 for 9 yards (D.Ryans).

13) 3rd and 9 at WAS 41 (:23) (Shotgun) M.Brunell pass deep middle to D.Patten to HST 34 for 25 yards (G.Earl).

14) 1st and 10 at HST 34 (:16) (Shotgun) M.Brunell pass short right to A.Randle El ran ob at HST 30 for 4 yards (D.Robinson).

15) 3rd and 4 at WAS 36 (12:53) M.Brunell pass short left to A.Randle El to WAS 43 for 7 yards (L.Sanders).

16) 1st and 10 at WAS 43 (12:13) M.Brunell pass short left to S.Moss to 50 for 7 yards (D.Ryans).

17) 1st and 10 at WAS 42 (11:00) M.Brunell pass to M.Sellers to WAS 47 for 5 yards (S.Orr).

18) 2nd and 5 at WAS 47 (10:18) M.Brunell pass to L.Betts to HST 45 for 8 yards (D.Robinson).

19) 2nd and 7 at HST 42 (8:49) M.Brunell pass to S.Moss pushed ob at HST 37 for 5 yards (D.Robinson).

20) 3rd and 2 at HST 37 (8:15) M.Brunell pass to B.Lloyd to HST 26 for 11 yards (D.Robinson).

21) 1st and 10 at HST 26 (7:27) M.Brunell pass to S.Moss pushed ob at HST 13 for 13 yards (G.Earl).

22) 1st and 10 at WAS 39 (1:49) M.Brunell pass short left to S.Moss to WAS 45 for 6 yards (L.Sanders; C.Brown).
While I give Brunell props for putting together an impressive amount of completions in a row, what I did notice is that only about six of his passes were actually over the line of scrimmage. From your list, it looks like more like eight were over the LoS, which is fine against the Texans, who tackle like a bunch of retarded bean bags, but I don't think the wide receiver screen will be nearly as effective against Jacksonville.

If this performance helped Brunell get his confidence back, I'll eat a plate full of crow, and root for him, but I'll hold my final judgement until after the next two games.
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