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View Poll Results: Skins over Titans: who gets your game ball?
McNabb 8 8.33%
O-line 53 55.21%
Moss 4 4.17%
Cooley 3 3.13%
Gold pants 25 26.04%
Other 3 3.13%
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Old 11-21-2010, 11:39 PM   #46
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Keiland Williams...RB of the future? I know that a Shanahan defense doesn't have a feature back, but if this kid keeps playing the way he is playing, he might keep the starting job. I sill wish him or Torain had CP's pass blocking skills.
Not trying to argue but Williams left a lot of yards on the field on several of those runs. He did his job, don't get me wrong, but he is a placeholder and is not even close to being a bellcow.
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Old 11-21-2010, 11:45 PM   #47
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I agree with Pockets straight. CP looked real good for the few snaps he played..
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Old 11-22-2010, 10:05 AM   #48
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Will Montgomery.
Started at RG, moved to C. Played lights out all day. Tenn is a great front four. They got stuffed!
Honorable mention to Gano. He keeps getting put into bad situations and coming up better than most. Miss a GW at the end of regulation (of course but it was almost 5o yards and he was cautious with his plant since everyone had been slipping all day on that sh$*&# field). Nails a long GW. I know the majority of people on here hate him but Gano is the real deal.
Gano is the most talented kicker we've had since Lohmiller. He's 23 years old. If we were to cut him, I could easily see him having a long, productive career elsewhere.

The O-line was a revelation yesterday. McNabb actually had time to work through his progressions. Hopefully they will continue to play at that level.
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Old 11-22-2010, 10:07 AM   #49
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Not trying to argue but Williams left a lot of yards on the field on several of those runs. He did his job, don't get me wrong, but he is a placeholder and is not even close to being a bellcow.
I agree, but he's certainly proving his worth as valuable guy to have around for depth.
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Old 11-22-2010, 11:58 AM   #50
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My take;

OL did awsome. This is the kind of work we wanted all year. The Titans have an extremely good DL which creates havok. With all the injuries our OL did outstanding Sun.

RB K.Williams I think is a really good RB. No he's not CP when it comes to pass blocking but remember CP is around 30 and has played in many games. He knows what to look for and where. K.Williams is still learning. Williams also proved in most cases to be difficult to tackle and provided positive yards. Only when the OL faltered did he lose a yard or atleast get back to the line of scrimmage.

WR, although Galloway stepped up.... it really wasn't enough for me to be all over his jock. I'd still see how Austin or any other WR's look in practice from the PS and possibly replace Galloway or R.Williams. Banks had a nice catch. People can say whatever they want about WR's and their height but Banks is the prime example that height should not matter. He's played long enough to know not to run straight into the CB for the jam and knows when to catch and run and when to catch and avoid the hit. His catch Sun. night just proved he can take a hit. Give him slant routes or curl routes on third downs plus more screens.

Offensive play calls were what we needed and should have had against the Eagles as well. Defense wants to bum rush all the time, incorporate the screen pass to slow them down.

Over all nice effort and not staying flat the whole 1st quarter.
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Old 11-22-2010, 12:16 PM   #51
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I'll give a gameball to WM. He made a big difference in the pass-pro as well as the run game. Also gameballs to the RBs.
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Old 11-22-2010, 12:19 PM   #52
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id give it to the coaching staff as well. really well designed game plan on both sides of the ball and like Shanny has been saying since TC, if we can establish the run early we will be in games. Im glad they stuck with the run game.

and did we have 32 firstdowns? wow
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Old 11-22-2010, 01:21 PM   #53
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8/16 on 3rd downs... where has that been all year?!
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8/16 on 3rd downs... where has that been all year?!
Killed by the insistence of not playing out of the shotgun on 3rd downs. I'm glad that they've remedied this (hopefully long term), now they need to figure out how to score on the redzone.
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Shotgun on 3rd down should be automatic, especially with how many times McNabb has gotten tripped up by the OL this year.
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Old 11-22-2010, 01:30 PM   #56
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id give it to the coaching staff as well. really well designed game plan on both sides of the ball and like Shanny has been saying since TC, if we can establish the run early we will be in games. Im glad they stuck with the run game.

and did we have 32 firstdowns? wow
Yeah, I couldnt believe it when i read the boxscore this morning. Good job playcalling for Kyle this game...only one call i hated: running Sellers on 3rd and goal in the first half. Thats 1st or 2nd down call, not 3rd down.
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Old 11-22-2010, 01:59 PM   #57
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Yeah, I couldnt believe it when i read the boxscore this morning. Good job playcalling for Kyle this game...only one call i hated: running Sellers on 3rd and goal in the first half. Thats 1st or 2nd down call, not 3rd down.
More like never, IMO. Sellers may be a punishing blocker, but he gives way too much area to hit as a running back and doesn't power through people like Peterson and other real power runners.
As a receiver, he's decent IF he catches it though.
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Old 11-22-2010, 02:04 PM   #58
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More like never, IMO. Sellers may be a punishing blocker, but he gives way too much area to hit as a running back and doesn't power through people like Peterson and other real power runners.
As a receiver, he's decent IF he catches it though.
Your probably right, i was giving Kyle the benifit. Sellers running the ball is a clusterf*ck, you could see immediately that play was going nowhere fast
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Your probably right, i was giving Kyle the benifit. Sellers running the ball is a clusterf*ck, you could see immediately that play was going nowhere fast
Well, the Bungles 2008 game where he fumbled on the goal line is still a painful memory.
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As critical as I've been of Shanny, he and his staff were masterful and engaged coaching through so many injuries.
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