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Old 10-18-2010, 01:35 AM   #61
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Re: Was Shanahan Wrong Deactivating Haynesworth vs. Indy

It is not that I am fine with it Pockets, i just think that there were bigger reasons why we lost then AH not playing.

AH may have the most talent, but we have guys who play with a hell of alot more heart and fire than him. AND that most talent arguement is fading quickly when you have guys playing like Rak and Landry are this year.

We all have not seen AH play very well this year.
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It may be speculation, but if I have to face Peyton Manning going quick no huddle and thus prevent me from subbing, I sure as hell would want my guys to know exactly what the hell they're doing. And it's not like Albert was totally effective every time he has played. Teams have exploited his overaggressiveness before.
Well we lost a 3 point game. (hopefully no one will argue this). If Al makes one big play, it could have made a difference.

We had one sack, you honestly think it would have hurt us to have a DPOY on the field tonight?

More power to you.
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It is not that I am fine with it Pockets, i just think that there were bigger reasons why we lost then AH not playing.

AH may have the most talent, but we have guys who play with a hell of alot more heart and fire than him. AND that most talent arguement is fading quickly when you have guys playing like Rak and Landry are this year.

We all have not seen AH play very well this year.
You think Philly wishes he had played more?
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Well we lost a 3 point game. (hopefully no one will argue this). If Al makes one big play, it could have made a difference.

We had one sack, you honestly think it would have hurt us to have a DPOY on the field tonight?

More power to you.
It can go the other way too. Albert charges up the field and Addai runs right by him for a big gain.
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Uhh how the **** do you know what would've happened with Haynesworth in there? Let it ****ing go. We just played Peyton f'n Manning, we could've had our best 11 on the field and it wouldn't have mattered if Peyton knew where to go with the ball.

I mean seriously you're acting like we didn't get pressure on him. Even when we did get pressure on him, he still got it out quick.

Do you remember playing the Rams, blitzing on every down and allowing Sam ****in Bradford to shred our defense? Face it, you're just looking for crappy ass excuses as to why our defense got shredded by Manning. If you haven't noticed before today, our defense has gotten shredded by other quarterbacks, most notably Matt Schaub and Sam Bradford. Would've Haynesworth have made a difference in those games too? Oh wait, he did play in the St. Louis game, and Bradford still shredded us.

Our defense has played good this season, most notably against Green Bay, Philly, and Dallas, and has also played poorly this season, against Houston, St. Louis, and now Indy, and have you noticed any trend there? Well, I'll tell you this. Haynesworth was active against Philly and Dallas and St. Louis. He only played great against Philly, and was pretty much nonexistent in those other two. All I'm trying to say is that it probably wouldn't have made much difference if he was in there. All we had to do was confuse Peyton Manning, but along with the majority of the teams in the NFL, we couldn't, and it cost us.
I am not fine with pissing away games. You ****ing get over it. WE FUCING lost ****face. ANY ARGUMENT THERE? SMARTEN THE **** UP
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It can go the other way too. Albert charges up the field and Addai runs right by him for a big gain.
So he would have gotten 47 instead of 46?
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No of course not. I wish the guy would come out and been dedicated to the damn team again. This is a team now. We play as a team. I know the guy had a death in the family, but why the hell didnt he get his but up here for the week of practice. He could have made an effort to be here when by tuesday of this week to make sure he was in the game this Sunday.

A good way to heal from tragedy is to get back into your routine. I have had to deal with tragic events and this is a good way to move forward.
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I am not fine with pissing away games. You ****ing get over it. WE FUCING lost ****face. ANY ARGUMENT THERE? SMARTEN THE **** UP
Albert could have saved us. He also could have helped piss away the game anyway. He's 50/50 with regards to whether he makes a good play or a bad one.
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I am going to bed. I will leave with this. IF YOU THINK THIS TEAM IS BETTER WITH AH ON THE BENCH, YOU and I mean YOU, KNOW ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT FOOTBALL.

Don't agree with me? Ask Brian Mitchell and Doc Walker (both have Super Bowl rings).

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So he would have gotten 47 instead of 46?
Dude, Albert is not indomitable on the field. When he's tired, he's utterly worthless. His aggression has also been used against him.
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I am going to bed. I will leave with this. IF YOU THINK THIS TEAM IS BETTER WITH AH ON THE BENCH, YOU and I mean YOU, KNOW ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT FOOTBALL.

Don't agree with me? Ask Brian Mitchell and Doc Walker (both have Super Bowl rings).

SMARTEN THE **** UP.
I suggest that you take off the rose-colored glasses for your boy.
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No of course not. I wish the guy would come out and been dedicated to the damn team again. This is a team now. We play as a team. I know the guy had a death in the family, but why the hell didnt he get his but up here for the week of practice. He could have made an effort to be here when by tuesday of this week to make sure he was in the game this Sunday.

A good way to heal from tragedy is to get back into your routine. I have had to deal with tragic events and this is a good way to move forward.

You are not him and you shouldn't assume how he should or shouldn't deal with losing his brother. Either way, he practiced two days and was held out and, oh by the way, we lost a 3 point game.
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I do know that without our stubborn coach Mike S. We arent even in this game.

This year has been some of the best football this team has played in years. The emphasis on TEAM.

He is coaching and running the franchise the way it needs to be run.

I back him 100%.
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I suggest that you take off the rose-colored glasses for your boy.
Lol. Answer one ? Did we win tonight?
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Can we at least agree on the fact that without Mike S. and #5 we are not even in this game or 3-3 at this point?
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