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Old 10-11-2009, 06:20 PM   #886
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I wonder how much Dan Snyder spends on security?

He probably needs to be really careful making sure some nut job doesn't get a chance to snipe him.
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Old 10-11-2009, 06:20 PM   #887
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Shots down field? Did you watch the game JC didn't even have enough time to throw the slants and you think we can throw the ball down field. This game was lost by the O line.
As the O-line was awful. The one deep shot to DT was a catch able ball that has to be caught. The execution on the team from one end to the other is unbelievably poor.
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Old 10-11-2009, 06:22 PM   #888
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Lets face it JC shines just enough to make some people think he is a good/great QB. I'd say just a notch below average at best. Some people here blame the WR's coach for their poor play but its reallly tough to tell when CJ is our starter.
I'm not only blaiming the WR coach, but name me a QB that gets 10-15 seconds to throw the ball? So yes JC is part of the issue. I agree he's a good QB just not a great QB. and yes I agree with you that people will take some time and look at his "Stats" and find some reason to defend him. Even though his throws were most likely dump offs within 5-10 yrds which will pad his stats making him look great. but this is the WCO which is all about short passes and dump offs. So go figure.
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Old 10-11-2009, 06:22 PM   #889
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Actually if you read the thread you will see what I am talking about SF. Its superior drinkability my friend. I think I will get in the pool and have a beer thanks for the suggestion.
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As the O-line was awful. The one deep shot to DT was a catch able ball that has to be caught. The execution on the team from one end to the other is unbelievably poor.
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As the O-line was awful. The one deep shot to DT was a catch able ball that has to be caught. The execution on the team from one end to the other is unbelievably poor.
Although it should have been caught it's kinda hard when the defender is grabbing your ankles basically tackling you. The refs blew that call. It was interference. Even the announcers on the radio said it was interference.
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doesn't lack of execution go to preparation and coaching?
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It was both, lack of depth on the OL and the inability to stop the offense on the D.
Ok if you want to think that. If our O could score any points at all in a game we would be 4/1 maybe 5/0. I guess if you think that every D should play like the Ravens did back when they won the SB then you may have a point but to expect that is just crazy. Our D does their job pretty much every game but our O sucks. Yes they SUCK.
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Ok if you want to think that. If our O could score any points at all in a game we would be 4/1 maybe 5/0. I guess if you think that every D should play like the Ravens did back when they won the SB then you may have a point but to expect that is just crazy. Our D does their job pretty much every game but our O sucks. Yes they SUCK.
I'm not disagreeing on the O, but our D has been getting us killed on 3rd down conversions all season long.
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Lets face it JC shines just enough to make some people think he is a good/great QB. I'd say just a notch below average at best. Some people here blame the WR's coach for their poor play but its reallly tough to tell when CJ is our starter.
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doesn't lack of execution go to preparation and coaching?
That is certainly a big part of it.
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Although it should have been caught it's kinda hard when the defender is grabbing your ankles basically tackling you. The refs blew that call. It was interference. Even the announcers on the radio said it was interference.
I saw the play and it looked like a fine play by the corner. He was beat and if the ball was thrwn a little better it could have been a TD or long gain. Once again JC throws another long ball just off the mark. Wish I had $100 for everytime that happens but of course this loss is not his fault but everyone else on the O.
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doesn't lack of execution go to preparation and coaching?
Which is part of why I blame the coach's. Piss poor planning equals piss poor performance. I think it all goes back to their skill level. Zorn has never been a OC or a HC, Sherm Smith has never been an NFL coach he came from the college ranks. Hixon came from the college ranks, I'm not sure who else but you probably could pick apart more staff members.
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Until another QB can step in it's impossible to tell if it's JC. Personally, I feel a lot of it falls on him. I'm watching other QB's around the league and none of them hold on to the ball that long. They also extend the play and don't panic.

The offense today really only put up 3 points. 2 TD's were off turnovers in the redzone.
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