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Old 01-17-2010, 10:32 PM   #301
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I agree, they were sporadic to say the least, more inconsistent and unable to sustain offense than I thought they would be. You're right, they could be in for a let down in the near future with LT"s game going downhill their reign in the AFC west could be becoming short lived. I'd like to see Merriman come back east (maybe to the Skins) if he's over injuries and can stay healthy.
Funny I think just the opposite of Merriman. I think he's probably going to be a 8-10 sack a year guy now. That knee injury really slowed him down. The biggest difference I've noticed about Merriman is that he's no longer the emotional leader of that defense. I wish him the best next year, but not in burgundy and gold. Wouldn't surprise me if the Chargers got rid of him though.
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Wasn't that the reason why Marty was fired?
What would you say, they jumped out of the frying pan into the fire?
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Old 01-17-2010, 10:35 PM   #303
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Oh man, I just read this on Twitter...

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Kaeding and Suisham should go hang out together at "The lost weekend" bar.
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Funny I think just the opposite of Merriman. I think he's probably going to be a 8-10 sack a year guy now. That knee injury really slowed him down. The biggest difference I've noticed about Merriman is that he's no longer the emotional leader of that defense. I wish him the best next year, but not in burgundy and gold. Wouldn't surprise me if the Chargers got rid of him though.
I paid close attention to him today and you're right he's not the player he was before the injuries, those coupled with his personal problems have rendered him a shell of his origional self. I do wonder how much he has left.
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I paid close attention to him today and you're right he's not the player he was before the injuries, those coupled with his personal problems have rendered him a shell of his origional self. I do wonder how much he has left.
The only way I would tolerate him here is, if he stops those stupid "lights out" celebrations.
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Old 01-17-2010, 10:47 PM   #307
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Norv hopefully keeps his job, but I am thinking he might get the pink slip. Dumb coaching at the end, but his team choked. Neither Floyd or Jackson could get seperation to make the big plays and the SD running game is pathetic. Tomlinson is either really washed up or the SD O line just is overrated.
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There was something about the Chargers that was missing -- can't quite put my finger on it. They were good, but not great. If they had somehow made it past the Jets, I don't think they could compete with the Colts, Vikings or Saints.
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There was something about the Chargers that was missing -- can't quite put my finger on it. They were good, but not great. If they had somehow made it past the Jets, I don't think they could compete with the Colts, Vikings or Saints.
I think the Chargers suffer from having so many superstars on one team, but no real leaders. When they start to fall apart it seems like they look for the other Pro-Bowler to make the big play.

It looks like the buy week hurt them more than it helped too.
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Jets vs Saints
Interesting you pick the Jets. The Colts will have to play better against the Jets than they did the Ravens. Manning had an above average day passing 30-44 for 275 but their running game was dismal. Joseph Addi 11-23- 2.1ypc; a team total of only 42 net yds rushing with only 3 1st downs. The Jets proved they can get the job done on the road and could prove a formidable foe with their defense.

I don't think the Jets will be a stretch, so I like you will take the Saints & the Jets. The Saints are difficult to beat at "home in the dome"
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The Colts had beat the Jets in the regular season, they know how to do it, and I am sure they will do it again. I think the Vikings will be able to beat the Saints, but I prefer that the Saints make it to the SB.
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I paid close attention to him today and you're right he's not the player he was before the injuries, those coupled with his personal problems have rendered him a shell of his origional self. I do wonder how much he has left.
When you've gotten where you are from using steroids and suddenly stop, you may see a drop off in production.
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The Colts had beat the Jets in the regular season, they know how to do it, and I am sure they will do it again. I think the Vikings will be able to beat the Saints, but I prefer that the Saints make it to the SB.
Well I guess that knocks my predictions right out he box. You think maybe I need to rethink my position?
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