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Old 10-12-2009, 01:44 PM   #16
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Re: It's a joy watching other teams play

I'm also starting to root for Cinn. I always liked Marvin Lewis and thought he should've been our coach instead of OBC. They've got a pretty damn good defense with Odom, Rivers and Ray M. Not to mention a ball hawking secondary. Plus they got Benson off his couch. What a great emotional win yesterday over Balt.
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Old 10-12-2009, 01:46 PM   #17
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It's difficult for me to watch other teams play.

Not only are their offenses more advanced, they actually blitz successfully!

I've been making excuses for JC, Kelly, Thomas and pretty much damn near everyone else on the team but I just can't do it anymore.
It was disgusting to see Maclin and Collie make plays, We get jack shit from our guys...

I'm embarrassed to say that Daniel Snyder needs an intervention and that intervention is losing.
I'm completely with you. When the Skins look like dog crap in the 1:00pm game I can usually only force myself to watch bits and pieces of the later games. Maybe I'm too stuck in the mindset that if I can't be happy with the Redskins I don't want any one to be happy with their team. I'm petty like that.
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Old 10-12-2009, 02:44 PM   #18
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I have to watch other teams play so I can see good football. Oh bring back the days of LaVar! So far this year I've seen NE beat the Bills and yesterday I saw Denver beat NE. Cerrato is a joke, but coaching this team that he and Snyder put together must be the greatest challenge in the world.
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Old 10-12-2009, 08:55 PM   #19
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flicking back and forth between games on the sunday ticket , i mean comparing other teams to us its easy to see ,we are a bad team , basic offensive plays seem so easy to say the Texans or the Broncos i mean christ josh mcdaniels has that offense looking good at times..how long has there QB been in the system months ?? . i know there d is good too but theres something to build on .but really friggin kyle orton he looks great ...and shaub for the texans, he can run professional football plays ....cambell is not even close ...look at what other teams are doing to the teams we played they are crushing them ...ryan for the falcons is a darn good quarterback ....we got nuttin im afraid....we are a shell of a team we are the new bungles man it is bad we are the leagues joke right now
look at sanchez making quick progressive reads
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Re: It's a joy watching other teams play

I really like watching some of the other teams. Everything seems so put together and seemless. When we do it, it looks choppy and usually results in us creating more work for ourselves.
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Old 10-12-2009, 09:23 PM   #21
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I have always had a thing for the Broncos, mainly because I love the state of Colorado. I think I could follow them for awhile if I had to.
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Old 10-12-2009, 09:33 PM   #22
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I really like watching some of the other teams. Everything seems so put together and seemless. When we do it, it looks choppy and usually results in us creating more work for ourselves.
It's funny though when you look at a team like the Bengals they're on top of the world right now, but they've spent years (if not decades) as a total embarrassment in the NFL. But now you see them and it's hard to think that for much of the franchise's history things have been put together at all for the Bengals
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It's funny though when you look at a team like the Bengals they're on top of the world right now, but they've spent years (if not decades) as a total embarrassment in the NFL. But now you see them and it's hard to think that for much of the franchise's history things have been put together at all for the Bengals
The sad thing is that all we have now is nostalgia, and that's basically just like playing with yourself.
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It's funny though when you look at a team like the Bengals they're on top of the world right now, but they've spent years (if not decades) as a total embarrassment in the NFL. But now you see them and it's hard to think that for much of the franchise's history things have been put together at all for the Bengals
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The sad thing is that all we have now is nostalgia, and that's basically just like playing with yourself.
I've been reminiscing for too long in that case.
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look at sanchez making quick progressive reads
Look at the smashmouth running game of the Dolphins. A credit to Parcells for building that O-line beautifully from the start. Must be nice.
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Was it just me or was I the only person who was actually pleased with play calling yesterday? The offensive line injuries obviously hurt us a lot, but I thought we actually played pretty well and then lost a heartbreaker in the end.
Really? We had less than 200 yards of offense, and only scored more than 3 points because the D helped us with a few turnovers. Sure, Zorn knew JC wouldn't have any time to throw. Maybe he could have come up with a solution other than the slant route??
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Look at the smashmouth running game of the Dolphins. A credit to Parcells for building that O-line beautifully from the start. Must be nice.
Yeah no doubt. Parcells is the type of guy that comes in and doesn't need 3 years to get the wheels turning... 1-15 to 9-7 in a year.. a willingness to innovate/borrow offensive trends like the Wildcat, putting good people in place.. he knows what to do for his system, we just get a guy good at the position.. or a similar position and expect him to be great
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Yeah no doubt. Parcells is the type of guy that comes in and doesn't need 3 years to get the wheels turning... 1-15 to 9-7 in a year.. a willingness to innovate/borrow offensive trends like the Wildcat, putting good people in place.. he knows what to do for his system, we just get a guy good at the position.. or a similar position and expect him to be great
It's simple really. Parcells understands football is a team game. Snyderatto thinks a bunch of me's can come together and win. Um, no.
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Dolphins could also be 1-4 after tonight
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