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Old 09-22-2010, 04:27 PM   #61
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Re: Plenty of blame to go around, time to lay some smack down!

I seriously doubt FD will do it again... lesson learned
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Old 09-22-2010, 04:37 PM   #62
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1. Gano...come on man, stop biting on them jedi mind tricks
2. Reed...because its fun
3. Joey Galloway...dude right through the hands
A ball moving right over top of the helmet is the hardest catch in football to make. I cannot fault Galloway for that.
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Old 09-22-2010, 04:49 PM   #63
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A ball moving right over top of the helmet is the hardest catch in football to make. I cannot fault Galloway for that.
tough catch for sure...but like that my other two i criticized, Gano and Reed, the plays were there to be made, but we couldnt make'm. All these were plays which could have sealed victory.....any of the 3 would have done.

0 for 3 on make-able plays were fail. so we are 1-1, but at crunch time good teams make at least one of them. We need to continue to improve the roster.
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Old 09-22-2010, 05:25 PM   #64
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Davis clearly makes some sort of effort to get in Pollard's way, however ineffective. I think most special teams coaches would tell you that they don't block the outside guy, though on this play, Pollard was pretty flat in his pursuit of the kick.

I thought the alignment looked a bit odd before the kick, though anytime (including this one) that the outside guy blocks the kick, the kicker's timing HAS to be at fault. He shouldn't get there quick enough.
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Old 09-22-2010, 05:46 PM   #65
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yeah he just missed his punch

someone mentioned that Pollard has had a history of being effective on the rush against the FG
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every play counts..
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Old 09-22-2010, 07:05 PM   #67
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I think that with what we did vs Houston we'd beat STL, doesn't mean you don't correct your mistakes though.
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Old 09-22-2010, 07:11 PM   #68
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Fairly conclusively: the blitz was not a limiting factor on the defense in this game. If anything, it was necessary: the Texans OT duo played a great game, to the point where no stunt = no pressure on Schaub. All the pressure in this game came from between the tackles, vs. the backs and guards. And there was a ton of it from all angles.

We got killed on the same routes while rushing six as we did while rushing four. We might need to call better coverages maybe, but we ran a bunch of different zone coverage variants and disguised a lot of what we did: we just couldn't stop the Texans from running the routes they wanted to run. They did whatever they wanted to against us.

The solution might ultimately include using man coverage more. We just haven't played very much man coverage yet, and we're bad at reading route combinations at zone. That's a problem that went back to last year.

Couldn't be happier with the pressure schemes, but the pass defense, as a unit, still sucks.
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It's obvious that the defense is vulnerable to play action. Houston employed that strategy in OT last week.

We're facing an elite back in Steven Jackson next week, so they better dig deep.
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Old 09-22-2010, 07:36 PM   #70
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deja vu?

on the 3-10 completion to Andre Johnson for 29 yards

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deja vu?

on the 3-10 completion to Andre Johnson for 29 yards

Eff the Refs.
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Old 09-22-2010, 07:50 PM   #72
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Eff the Refs.
Lol, even with juice he still couldn't stop Orakpo. Still I wish they let him play one more week. We need them to beat Dallas.

By the way, should Raven fans start blaming Zorn for Flacco's slow start?

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Just wondering if anyone else thinks the Ravens hiring Jim Zorn as quarterbacks coach could have been a boo-boo. ESPN seems to (almost) say as much: "Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco's mechanics look off. Flacco usually has one of the smoothest throwing motions in the NFL. But his footwork and follow-through were unusually shaky in Sunday's 15-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. It's part of what led to Flacco's career-high four interceptions."

Hmmmmm. A strong-armed QB suddenly displaying shaky footwork and bad follow-through after Zorn takes over coaching his position. Does that sound familiar?
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Old 09-22-2010, 08:09 PM   #73
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Just wondering if anyone else thinks the Ravens hiring Jim Zorn as quarterbacks coach could have been a boo-boo. ESPN seems to (almost) say as much: "Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco's mechanics look off. Flacco usually has one of the smoothest throwing motions in the NFL. But his footwork and follow-through were unusually shaky in Sunday's 15-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. It's part of what led to Flacco's career-high four interceptions."

Hmmmmm. A strong-armed QB suddenly displaying shaky footwork and bad follow-through after Zorn takes over coaching his position. Does that sound familiar?
Hmm, IF this is true, Zorn has to realize that every QB is not Matt Hasselbeck (MAYBE Campbell as well). Don't fix what ain't broke!
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It's obvious that the defense is vulnerable to play action. Houston employed that strategy in OT last week.

We're facing an elite back in Steven Jackson next week, so they better dig deep.
The stretch plays in this game, both teams created major separation for the receivers. Schaub actually had half a field to himself after our lineman chased their lineman away from where the ball was.

They were much more disciplined at holding contain than we were, but McNabb is so much ahead of Schaub in physical skills that he could hit an open receiver on a throwback downfield while falling away from pressure in his face.
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Old 09-23-2010, 08:26 AM   #75
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Albert's fault for not coming to training camp, getting injured, and not contributing his 100 million dollars worth
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