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Old 10-05-2009, 04:27 PM   #16
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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

1. DF got of the field.
2. Zorn stayed with the run

negatives:

1. JZ needs to try to exploit DF's weaknesses instead of just trying to call plays.
2. JC needs to look safeties of.

1 game at a time.

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Old 10-05-2009, 04:55 PM   #17
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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

Half Full: I saw the line bust open a nice big hole for CP to run through.
Half Empty: CP tripped and fell while hitting the hole.
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Half Full: I saw the line bust open a nice big hole for CP to run through.
Half Empty: CP tripped and fell while hitting the hole.
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Old 10-05-2009, 08:30 PM   #19
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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

Hall's vastly overpaid for what he does do, but if he plays every game like he did the last two weeks...and especially when we play some good quarterbacks like McNabb and Ryan, I will have nothing bad to say about the value of his contract.
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Old 10-05-2009, 08:46 PM   #20
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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

1) Thank goodness their kicker is putrid

2) I liked the INT on the pass to Kelly, and think he'll get better going after those kinds of balls. I hope they don't get discouraged. Single coverage is open in this league... they need to keep throwing to the guy in single coverage regardless of how "covered" he is. Separation is irrelevant.

3) The bomb to Moss was tremendous. He didn't even turn his head until about 4 steps before the ball got there. Money pass, money catch.

4) Cooley is good and was running wide open from about the 15 to the 5, but the ball and the defender got to him at about the 4.
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*former kicker.
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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

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We could be 0-4 like Tennessee. Instead we are 2-2.

Maybe the second half of the Tampa game was an awakening which will continue.

Tryon and Doughty both look better than expected.
Man I hope so. Was it just us taking advantage of an inferior team, or was it actual talent coming through? Hope we are coming out of this funk, cause we have NOT looked good thus far this season.
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Old 10-12-2009, 04:08 PM   #23
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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

Half full? I believe it's Zorn and Blatche not doing any finger pointing towards any of the players and, in Blatche's words: "I'm not going to throw anybody under the bus except myself." That's what he and Zorn have done to keep the team together, and I admire them for doing that.
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Old 10-12-2009, 04:21 PM   #24
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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

The glass is full. Too bad it's half and half, cyanide and piss.
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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

So far we have lost when we've played away and won at home.

We are who we thought we were.

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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

Looks like the front office had a discussion on what to do ...YouTube - Stooges Pie Fight not sure if they have it figured out ?
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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

Half full. Don't you guys see whats going to happen. See we strugle now then when we start playing some top teams we start winning. We win just enough games to make a push for the playoffs but fall short by one game. Then we are all ticked that they played so well against tougher teams and then we start pointing at the ones we should have won. Then comes the JC & Zorn issue of do we let them go or sign JC to another cintract and/or give Zorn another year.
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Old 10-12-2009, 09:53 PM   #28
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Re: The Glass is Half Full: Skins' Positives from Week Four

Does this come in a week 5 flavor?
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