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Old 10-28-2010, 03:57 PM   #16
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GTripps game reviews week in and out seem to be the best read on Warpath so goodjob.

I didnt see any mention about Haslett's soft zone packages. IDK why the Defense struggles at times other than the DL really hasnt impacted yet (carriker/golston/Kemo) unless its just helping out our LBs who do well. I'll make no secrets GWilliams should have been retained and maybe even pursued next year or when he is available. Defense saved the game AGAIN but very little credit should be given to JHaslett. I forget what I was talking about- just want to add Brandon Banks is taking one to the house next week vs Detroit. i remember Moss spelling ARE and returning a punt last year I think.
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Interesting take from Shanny about the 2nd McNabb interception, shifting blame to Galloway stating he needs to be more aware and essentially to look for the ball
It's sad but true. Galloway is not doing a thing for us.
We need to think about the present, not the past.
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This is just great, it has easily topped Haynesworth throwing Alan Faneca like a rag doll during the preseason.
The way people talk about him sometimes you can forget that dude is a freakin BEAST.
I hope we can see him lined up as the starting RDE everygame for the bulk of the snaps from now on.

Haynseworth RDE
Kemo NT
Carriker LDE
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GTripps game reviews week in and out seem to be the best read on Warpath so goodjob.

I didnt see any mention about Haslett's soft zone packages. IDK why the Defense struggles at times other than the DL really hasnt impacted yet (carriker/golston/Kemo) unless its just helping out our LBs who do well. I'll make no secrets GWilliams should have been retained and maybe even pursued next year or when he is available. Defense saved the game AGAIN but very little credit should be given to JHaslett. I forget what I was talking about- just want to add Brandon Banks is taking one to the house next week vs Detroit. i remember Moss spelling ARE and returning a punt last year I think.
I think: if Brandon Banks takes one to the house, we beat Detroit. If he doesn't I think we're in for a long day, offensively.
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