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Old 09-27-2011, 12:43 AM   #16
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Orakpo/Kerrigan- Pressured Romo the whole game

Gano- Made all his kicks

Landry- played with passion, didn't miss a beat

Hightower- (didn't run well, but T'd off on#43 made a nice catch on 3rd and 5, and caught our only TD.)

Rocca- Botched hold, but he pinned Dallas back in all of his punts.
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Old 09-27-2011, 12:48 AM   #17
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London Fletcher. Because how are you even in this game without London Fletcher. Where would this franchise be without London Fletcher?

Actually, don't answer that.
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Cooley shaping back into form. Folks have already mentioned the others.
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Cooley shaping back into form. Folks have already mentioned the others.
It was good to see this, but I don't understand why Cooley and Davis both can't be productive in one game.
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London Fletcher. Because how are you even in this game without London Fletcher. Where would this franchise be without London Fletcher?

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I don't know, but god I hope our next mike 'backer is as good as he is. Fletcher is the model of consistency, and I don't even understand why the Bills released him back in the day. I just wish Fletcher had plenty more seasons left under his belt.
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Old 09-27-2011, 01:07 AM   #21
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Here's a Kyle Shanahan positive tonight: zero free runs on Grossman by a Rob Ryan defense that is infamous for creating free runs on the QB.

The in game playcalling was suspect, but there is no doubt the Redskins game in prepared.
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Old 09-27-2011, 01:09 AM   #22
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I don't know, but god I hope our next mike 'backer is as good as he is. Fletcher is the model of consistency, and I don't even understand why the Bills released him back in the day. I just wish Fletcher had plenty more seasons left under his belt.
Well, speaking generally, eight figures to a 32 year old linebacker is a bad idea. But eight figures to a 32 year old London Fletcher was a great idea.

Gregg Williams is the gift that keeps on giving. Still six defensive contributors around from the 2007 team and that doesn't even include Sean's freak passing.
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Fletcher is so good and consistent he's taken for granted. He is a BEAST.
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I don't know, but god I hope our next mike 'backer is as good as he is. Fletcher is the model of consistency, and I don't even understand why the Bills released him back in the day. I just wish Fletcher had plenty more seasons left under his belt.
Actually ask the St. Louis Rams why they let him go to Buffalo? I loved Fletcher then and now, he should have more than 2 pro-bowls.
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Well, speaking generally, eight figures to a 32 year old linebacker is a bad idea. But eight figures to a 32 year old London Fletcher was a great idea.

Gregg Williams is the gift that keeps on giving. Still six defensive contributors around from the 2007 team and that doesn't even include Sean's freak passing.
Generally speaking, indeed. But 32 year old London Fletcher is not your average middle linebacker. He's the one "over-the-hill" player we've paid millions to that has panned out in the long run.
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LANDRY! Beast

Rak - Kerrigan, they got pressure

T.W, thats my dude!

Wilson- good game

Haslett- can't blame him for Hall's mistake
Oh yes we can.
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Generally speaking, indeed. But 32 year old London Fletcher is not your average middle linebacker. He's the one "over-the-hill" player we've paid millions to that has panned out in the long run.
Had to hit one sometime.

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Oh yes we can.
I'm not as upset about Haslett as some on here are, because even though one bad call can trump a game full of good calls in the eyes of the fans, I don't necessarily fall in line with that line of thinking. But Haslett was wrong to leave Bryant one on one with Hall on that all out blitz.

I understand he was just playing the odds, Dallas' wideouts weren't having a good game etc., but in an one on one situation Bryant vs. Hall, I don't like those odds. I like Hall, think his positives are just as much as his negatives, but the only corners you leave one on one with playmakers, even injured playmakers, are shutdown corners or even above average cover corners, which Hall is not. Haslett shouldn't have put Hall in that situation to begin with.
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LL is a difference maker on D. Case closed on that for anyone who had any doubts.
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Williams was a beast for them last night. He was taking on Ware single handed most of the night. The damage came when he lined up against JB.

I am not too worried about this loss. Our D still looked good and that is the strength of our team. We were one stupid bad snap on a FG attempt away from winning that game last night.
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