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Old 01-24-2010, 06:37 PM   #31
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I don't see how Peyton gets so much time and room to throw.
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Old 01-24-2010, 06:44 PM   #32
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I don't see how Peyton gets so much time and room to throw.
They don't want to blitz Peyton all day, he'll throw for 400 yds. if they do. He's figured out what the Jets are doing.
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I don't see how Peyton gets so much time and room to throw.
Combination of Howard Mudds coaching, Jeff Saturdays leadership, and Peytons ability to call the right protections. The third factor is something a lot of experts attribute to Mannings ability to avoid injury throughout his career.

On a separate note you guys are seeing now why I want the brass in the Redskins front office to draft a potential franchise QB if they think they see one at 4. See a dominant O-Line is awesome, but having a franchise QB for 10-15 years is golden. I don't see Campbell ever getting to that level where teams are terrified of him. We need to find someone that can strike that kind of fear into opponents, similar to what Ovechkin does for the Capitals.
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Old 01-24-2010, 06:53 PM   #34
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Combination of Howard Mudds coaching, Jeff Saturdays leadership, and Peytons ability to call the right protections. The third factor is something a lot of experts attribute to Mannings ability to avoid injury throughout his career.

On a separate note you guys are seeing now why I want the brass in the Redskins front office to draft a potential franchise QB if they think they see one at 4. See a dominant O-Line is awesome, but having a franchise QB for 10-15 years is golden. I don't see Campbell ever getting to that level where teams are terrified of him. We need to find someone that can strike that kind of fear into opponents, similar to what Ovechkin does for the Capitals.
The Colts have always been able to protect Manning that's why he's enjoyed a long career virtually free on injury. They drafted Peyton with the mind-set of protection, the Redskins mind-set was the reverse order, they chose to get a QB before they got an O-line....Therefore the results are reverse.
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Old 01-24-2010, 06:56 PM   #35
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Combination of Howard Mudds coaching, Jeff Saturdays leadership, and Peytons ability to call the right protections. The third factor is something a lot of experts attribute to Mannings ability to avoid injury throughout his career.

On a separate note you guys are seeing now why I want the brass in the Redskins front office to draft a potential franchise QB if they think they see one at 4. See a dominant O-Line is awesome, but having a franchise QB for 10-15 years is golden. I don't see Campbell ever getting to that level where teams are terrified of him. We need to find someone that can strike that kind of fear into opponents, similar to what Ovechkin does for the Capitals.
Excellent points. Franchise QB is the catalyst to being a consistent contender. No way will we not draft a QB in the first round this year.
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I said this all year, the Jets give me hope for a fast turn around.. And how many of u still think JC is better than Sanchez?
Anyone with half a brain.
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yeah its o-v-e-r! ha. The fairy tale of the fat man has ended.
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The Colts have always been able to protect Manning that's why he's enjoyed a long career virtually free on injury. They drafted Peyton with the mind-set of protection, the Redskins mind-set was the reverse order, they chose to get a QB before they got an O-line....Therefore the results are reverse.
What do you mean by saying they drafted him with protection in mind? The Colts only drafted one offensive lineman in 10 years prior to drafting Manning. They didn't take another offensive lineman in the first round until 2008. I didn't see Sean Peyton draft offensive lineman to build his offensive Juggernaut either. Can you name any team in the modern era, that has a top rate offense, that consistently drafted O-lineman high in the draft?
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According to Jay Glazer's pregame report. Gregg Williams had Swine Flu this week. Was striken badly on Monday and Tuesday, but still worked through it. I am not making this shit up either. What shitty luck to get H1N1 6 days before the biggest game of your career.
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I don't see how Peyton gets so much time and room to throw.
an offensive line not consisting of mike williams and heyer helps.
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Old 01-24-2010, 07:13 PM   #42
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Anyone with half a brain.
JC has proven nothing but he's a consistent loser. Who's incapable of taking the team on his shoulders. Blame whomever you want. The fact remains he's a proven loser. Sanchez is a winner, who made a lot of big throws today. He'll have a much better career than Campbell. After next season, Campbell will be a perennial pine rider for the rest of his career.
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JC has proven nothing but he's a consistent loser. Who's incapable of taking the team on is shoulders. Blame whomever you want. The fact remains he's a proven loser.
Given that I had the Colts today, I'll just point out that it takes one to know one.
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DynamiteRave came closest in his prediction of the outcome. He predicted Colts 28 - Jets 17. As usual I'm not very good at it.
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Combination of Howard Mudds coaching, Jeff Saturdays leadership, and Peytons ability to call the right protections. The third factor is something a lot of experts attribute to Mannings ability to avoid injury throughout his career.

On a separate note you guys are seeing now why I want the brass in the Redskins front office to draft a potential franchise QB if they think they see one at 4. See a dominant O-Line is awesome, but having a franchise QB for 10-15 years is golden. I don't see Campbell ever getting to that level where teams are terrified of him. We need to find someone that can strike that kind of fear into opponents, similar to what Ovechkin does for the Capitals.
JC has changed systems multiple times since becoming a pro and hasn't much around him.
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