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Old 10-02-2006, 12:52 AM   #16
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I was actually pretty impressed with the special teams lately as well. Rock on KO's and Randle-El on punts have been outstanding- there's been some superior blocking up field for these guys during runbacks and it's led to superb field position for the offense. Return coverage has been nothing short of solid, as well.

I'm also extremely interested in seeing the progress of our rookie DTs from here on out. Golston and Montgomery are quietly stepping up while Big Joe is out with injuries. They may have been some of the best mid round grabs of the entire draft.
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Old 10-02-2006, 12:56 AM   #17
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Other observations are:

Our O-line looks like a stable of Measts! (I like that name better than dirtbags..)

Portis is a badass!

Moss is a badass!

I really like the fact that we are starting to become an exciting possesion team. Not only trick offensive plays, but who else got a little tingle when ARE flipped the ball over to ST on that punt return? I know nothing happened, but still, teams aren't going to know what the hell we're capable of all year, and thats exciting!

Our D-line looks better, and if we can secure a couple of guys in coverage, I think the D will be back on track.

We could take the Division next week if the Eagles lose tomorrow, and the Eagle's secondary is looking suspect, and Favre has a new rookie reciever that they don't have much film on... (keeping fingers crossed)
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Old 10-02-2006, 01:02 AM   #18
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11. Opposing Defensive Coordinators are going to have a lot to chew on with this tape. Who can they concentrate on? The snowball grows....
This is perhaps the most important thing you mentioned. It is great that we have now shown people we can small ball and medium ball it. We need to find someone who will let us throw bombs all day and someone to let us rack up 300 yards rushing. Then no one will know what the hell to stop.
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Old 10-02-2006, 01:13 AM   #19
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You say that because the play didn't work. I don't mind at all throwing a flea-flicker on the first play of the game, especially against a defense known to be aggressive.
Are you telling me somebody is complaining when we finally opened the game up? I was very excited to see that play it was great!!!!!! I wanna see more...!!!! I agree with Beem..
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8. Lloyd----

Lloyd has the strength and build of a crack head but he will come around.

Good thing NY has a lotta crack to be purchased, look for Lloyd to emerge next Sunday.
OMG, that was the most hilarious thing I've heard/read in months. Bravo, bravo!
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"Besides that one catch"... Do you mean the huge one that helped them win the game?

"Step it up". Like make a huge 3rd down catch on a critical drive?

Unf-ingbelievable. I wish people would read their posts before hitting the button.
You make me laugh.

If you think Lloyd doesn't need to step it up your crazy. His celebration penalty set up a the Jaguar drive leading to a field goal... and his fumble could have very well ended the game. Defending someone contributing -6 points on the day just doesn't make sense... it's "Unf-ingbelievable".
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You make me laugh.

If you think Lloyd doesn't need to step it up your crazy. His celebration penalty set up a the Jaguar drive leading to a field goal... and his fumble could have very well ended the game. Defending someone contributing -6 points on the day just doesn't make sense... it's "Unf-ingbelievable".

Well if Brunell hadn't thrown the pick on the flea-flicker... and if someone would've made a tackle in our secondary all day... and blah blah blah blah blah....

Seriously, I really don't get the calling for Lloyd's head right now. He went to tuck a ball and got it stripped... that shit happens...

That penalty was bogus, as the Jags Leftwitch picked up his reciever in the endzone and put him on his shoulder and DID NOT GET CALLED... (don't know if anyone else noticed that) and the fact that we could not beat ANY AFC team we played last year and we just beat one of the BEST AFC teams and you're bitching about the couple of things that went wrong immediately after the game tells me its time to up the meds...

I just think that there are far worse things that happened in that game than to be calling out Lloyd... Id worry about our D missing fucking tackles... we did give up 30 points!
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You make me laugh.

If you think Lloyd doesn't need to step it up your crazy. His celebration penalty set up a the Jaguar drive leading to a field goal... and his fumble could have very well ended the game. Defending someone contributing -6 points on the day just doesn't make sense... it's "Unf-ingbelievable".
-6 Haven't seen that stat but when you have a moronic "point", you might as well make up a fictional stat.

Do me a favor. Watch the fourth quarter and watch #85 help them win the game. It doesn't get more simple than that.
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-6 Haven't seen that stat but when you have a moronic "point", you might as well make up a fictional stat.

Do me a favor. Watch the fourth quarter and watch #85 help them win the game. It doesn't get more simple than that.
My point was that Brandon Lloyd needs to improve, based on his performance today. A celebration call (while I disagree with the league rule itself, I feel Lloyd knew the rule, and it was a rather "bone-headed" and arguably game changing decision) and a costly fumble is not a good game. If we would have lost, this wouldn't be a debate. I think it's rather brash to discredit my "point" as moronic, but don't really care.
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Old 10-02-2006, 07:05 AM   #25
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We should take it easy on Lloyd for a little while. I watched the game again on Tivo and he was playing hard. He was open alot, Brunell didnt get him the ball. I was impressed with the D and O lines. Yeah we gave up thirty points but it would have been worse if it wasnt for the pressure. The D has been better without "big" joe in there. I have never been all that high on him anyway. Give it two weeks you'll be looking for #64 jerseys in the stores.
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Old 10-02-2006, 07:59 AM   #26
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That penalty was bogus, as the Jags Leftwitch picked up his reciever in the endzone and put him on his shoulder and DID NOT GET CALLED...
I noticed that too.

I seriously think that was one of the worst ref'ed games I've ever seen. The jags had a 4 play TD towards the ened of the game that either tied it or cut our lead to 3, but it shouldn't have been that easy for them because there seriously should have been a delay of game call on the 3rd play. I was sitting there in the stands looking up at the clock ticking, "3, 2, 1, 0..." and I looked down to see the ball still in the center's hands. No flags, big gain, TD on the next pass (it was that one where williams almost got his head knocked off by Taylor but still held on).

The very next possession the same thing almost happened. I was watching the clok a bit more closely, saying out loud, "3, 2, 1, 0, 0!, 0!, 0!," and then the flags finally came out. I honestly think 2 or 3 seconds had passed before the ref whistled the play dead.

I couldn't really see the Lloyd penalty from where I was sitting so I really don't know what to say about that one.
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Old 10-02-2006, 08:07 AM   #27
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Can there be any bigger, more productive player deals than the aquisitions of Moss, and Portis. Dudes are totally clutch. Where would be without them? I heard Moss after the game make a statement like "I want to make the catch, I don't understand fallin' down after the catch. I want to run with it"
I also heard the first of the bandwagon jumpers on a postgame show. I think it was Shannon Sharpe saying "they have someting special down there. This team is just beginning to roll" I AGREE
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Can there be any bigger, more productive player deals than the aquisitions of Moss, and Portis. Dudes are totally clutch. Where would be without them? I heard Moss after the game make a statement like "I want to make the catch, I don't understand fallin' down after the catch. I want to run with it"
I also heard the first of the bandwagon jumpers on a postgame show. I think it was Shannon Sharpe saying "they have someting special down there. This team is just beginning to roll" I AGREE
Did you hear Portis's post game comments? He said that early in the game one of the jags defenders said to him that there was no way he'd ge 100 yards and that basically they were going to kick our teeth in.
Portis told Santana what that guy said and the 2 of them decided right there that they were going to demand some respect. i think they did just that.
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Old 10-02-2006, 08:18 AM   #29
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I did! It was cool! just when I think they can't get any bigger, they surprise me with something like this. Look at the parts Moss has played in the big games over the last couple of seasons-incredible. Portis is a BLOCKER
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My random thoughts on the game:

-Great overall effort, I said earlier in the week that this could be a statement game and it definitely was.

-The offense appears to finally be clicking. 1000 yards of offense the last 2 weeks.

-This game was eerily similar to the first Bucs-Skins matchup last year. Two defensive teams where the offenses dominated.

-Good call by the refs for not overturning that fumble. I definitely think it wasn't a fumble, but there wasn't conclusive evidence to overturn it.

-Totally bogus penalty on Moss and Lloyd for that endzone "celebration". Guys pick each other up all the time while celebrating... then the Jags did the same thing later on and didn't get flagged.

-Gotta hand it to the offensive line. They are really coming together. Dockery has been especially impressive. The guards held their own inside and won at the point of attack against one of the strongest interior lines in the league. I really wasn't expecting that. If they keep this up the sky's the limit for this offense.

-Moss is a gamebreaker. Yesterday reminded me alot of his breakout game against Dallas last year. Give him a shot and he's going to make plays like that week in and week out.

-Amazing what a running game and good pass protection will do for a QB, huh? Brunell started off shaky but overall I thought he played a very good game.

-The final score really doesn't show it, but the defense started to show some signs of life. They did a great job at shutting down the run and forced the Jags to be one dimensional.

-Hall is off the hook with me. Frost gets a pass since he's otherwise kicked so well all year.

-I think we're finally starting to see what this offense is capable of. The Jags looked off balance all day. I think Saunders is finally getting in sync with the talent, and the players are finally getting comfortable in what they are trying to do.
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