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Old 10-10-2011, 10:40 AM   #151
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Re: Around the NFL Week 5

I dont know how recent this picture is, but doesn't have one here. He sure has enough hair to rock one if he wanted though.

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Old 10-10-2011, 11:04 AM   #152
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SS, can you confirm that John Clayton rocks a long, hidden ponytail? Dan Patrick swears by this on his radio show.

Clayton seem to always be a Shanny supporter.
LMAO! John Clayton partying in the back!!!! Sweet!! But he's all buisness up front when it comes to the NFL!
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Old 10-10-2011, 11:10 AM   #153
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Its really crazy how history repeats itself....The Falcons traded away their stud backup QB and handed Vick a giant contract. The next season he was in prison and the Falcons were in dire straits. Fast forward to last off season. The Eagles traded away their stud backup QB and handed Vick a giant contract. I do not forsee him in prison again anytime soon, but what happens to the Eagles when the man they put all of their faith into lets them down? Looks like Philly will be rebuilding soon and it looks like once again, Vick will be the catalyst for that.
Or.... the team could look to build up it's OL to give Vick decent protection and more time for his WR's to get open. They could hire a DC that will work with what he's got or get more pieces to their puzzle the DC might need to fix his defense.
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Old 10-10-2011, 11:16 AM   #154
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Its really crazy how history repeats itself....The Falcons traded away their stud backup QB and handed Vick a giant contract. The next season he was in prison and the Falcons were in dire straits. Fast forward to last off season. The Eagles traded away their stud backup QB and handed Vick a giant contract. I do not forsee him in prison again anytime soon, but what happens to the Eagles when the man they put all of their faith into lets them down? Looks like Philly will be rebuilding soon and it looks like once again, Vick will be the catalyst for that.
I wouldn't necessarily call Kolb a stud though, but other than that you're right on the money. Not to mention that Reid has been right down Vinny-esque with his offseason moves.
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Old 10-10-2011, 11:23 AM   #155
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From my understanding, the 49ers use 'Los in more zone coverages than he was used in here. Don't want to make any conclusions, but perhaps that has helped him with the INTs.

Can't rule out good fortune, low sample size and playing better either.
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They totally WON the off-season.....

As we have seen it's hard to break the "joke of the offseason" team, with all the yrs we spent and thought we'd take the division. But.... it's nice to see another team having done what we did with great disapointment as well. lol.

I'm not sure what's funnier the fact the team is doing so bad or the fact everyone to include the fans and media thought this was their year, the "dream team" and it was a failure (buying a championship) like it has been for the Skins for 10 yrs.
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Old 10-10-2011, 11:26 AM   #157
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From my understanding, the 49ers use 'Los in more zone coverages than he was used in here. Don't want to make any conclusions, but perhaps that has helped him with the INTs.

Can't rule out good fortune, low sample size and playing better either.
I don't know I always thought he was good Man-to-Man but sucked in Zone coverage which is where he would get beat every other play. Hall is more of a Zone coverage player but sucks Man-to-Man.
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Sure, he is a better man corner, but perhaps being in zone more reduces variables for Los so he can focus more on the ball when it comes his way?
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I wouldn't necessarily call Kolb a stud though, but other than that you're right on the money. Not to mention that Reid has been right down Vinny-esque with his offseason moves.
Wouldnt call Schaub a stud either...I am using that word out of context. How about this, they are both QBs that the Falcons and Eagles are/were going to miss and perhaps cause/caused the fanbase to second guess front office moves.

And since I live in CO I feel the need say something about Tebow. The fans here are like rabid minks wanting Tebow to start. Orton is the butt of all the jokes, and if Jesus Christ himself were to walk on and go under center, he would be booed. Tebow has big play ability but lacks fundamentals. Remind you of anyone? *cough*Tony Romo*cough*. I forsee the Broncos winning some good games on some insane plays. The thing to watch, however, will be whether or not he revels in it and accepts his role, or commits to the film room and being a better QB.
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Maybe the Falcons shoulda drafted defense instead spending all their picks on Julio Jones
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The Pack has been shredding everyone's D.
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Old 10-10-2011, 11:42 AM   #162
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Maybe the Falcons shoulda drafted defense instead spending all their picks on Julio Jones
You'd think that'd be the logic after getting blown out by GB in the playoffs and giving up 48 points, but their line of thinking went

"If only we had another wideout, that way we could score more points against elite teams."

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"Boy we just gave up 48 points in the playoffs, maybe we should invest in defense."
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I hope Roman Harper gets a ginormous fine for his bush league hit.
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^me too. Really bad sportsmanship to take a cheap shot after your team got beat.
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I hope Roman Harper gets a ginormous fine for his bush league hit.
I'm going to "third" this. I don't know wtf he was thinking. A just punishment would be to lock him in a room with Steve Smith for 20 minutes. Dude obliterates teammates, can only imagine what he'd do with Harper's punk ass.
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