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Old 10-16-2011, 04:28 PM   #1
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Scud's Studs (Week 6 vs. Eagles)

Well, not a lot of love to throw around today, so I'll get my short list out of the way.

Graham Gano: I'm glad we stuck with this guy. 2-2 today including a 50 yarder, and every kickoff was a touchback if I'm not mistaken.

Sav Rocca: Continues to be a great special teams weapon, as he continues to league the NFL in punts inside the opponent's 20.

John Beck: Welcome to the starting lineup. Did a good job for the most part, had a few off target throws, but had a few really good throws too. Also showed us flashes of what his mobility brings to the table.

2nd Half Defense: I was disappointed with our inability to stop the run overall, but we pitched a shutout in the 2nd half despite Grossman's repeated turnovers setting up shorter fields for Philly. After a few bad 1st half series, the D did enough to keep us in it.
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Old 10-16-2011, 04:33 PM   #2
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Re: Scud's Studs (Week 6 vs. Eagles)

Beck doesn't play with the first team O all week, and comes in looking better then Grossman did all day. He practices with the first team this week and makes some of those under throws.

He just looks so much more poised. Grossman looks like he's about to get sniped by some hidden sniper out on the field. Beck looked like he's been doing it his whole life.
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Old 10-16-2011, 04:33 PM   #3
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Should probably add Fred Davis to that list?
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Old 10-16-2011, 04:35 PM   #4
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Yeah D tightened up real well. 20 pts is low for the Eagles.
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Yeah Gano is looking good this season. I kind of wish we let him kick that 55-56 yarder after the delay of game.
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Fred Davis, Gano, Beck,

Davis has officially taken over Cooleys starting spot. Cooleys done. He looks slower and like he doesn't want to play.
I dunno if he's done, but he's not playing with the high motor anymore. Shanhan said Cooley's gonna require surgery on his hand, so he's probably not going to be playing or a few weeks anyway.
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Fred Davis, Gano, Beck,

Davis has officially taken over Cooleys starting spot. Cooleys done. He looks slower and like he doesn't want to play.
Cooley has been hurt since day one yet he's still out there.
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I hope we can get a 3rd for him
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where is the smackdown? good list Scud. D was gud, Gano and Sav were mvps on offense
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where is the smackdown? good list Scud. D was gud, Gano and Sav were mvps on offense
Smoot's busy writing a novel. Fingers can be pointed all around.
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beck did good, and the defense did very good with what was given to them. to hold that team to 20 points after 4 turnovers, that is a feat in itself. Our defense is for real, our offense is for ill.
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Re: Scud's Studs (Week 6 vs. Eagles)

Cofield had some excellent rushes where he collapsed the pocket.

Josh Wilson had some nice plays, although a couple of them occurred when he was covering for someone else's mistake.

Atogwe also had some solid plays including a nice sack.

Rak did a good job of bringing pressure although he needed to finish better.
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Re: Scud's Studs (Week 6 vs. Eagles)

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Fred Davis, Gano, Beck,

Davis has officially taken over Cooleys starting spot. Cooleys done. He looks slower and like he doesn't want to play.
You are right Davis have taken over the position, but Cooley isn't done though. He's playing hurt, and now with the broken index. We probably should not expect much from Cooley this year; however our offense can be potent with healthy Cooley, assuming we resign or extend Davis's contract soon. Cooley can play both TE and FB, he's versatility and Shanny loves versatility players. And not to mention, Davis can line up as WR. We must use all weapons we have on the field.

Davis played great today, although I think he could have prevent Rexy's int if he would reached for it.

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beck did good, and the defense did very good with what was given to them. to hold that team to 20 points after 4 turnovers, that is a feat in itself. Our defense is for real, our offense is for ill.
Indeed but we must stay away from penalties, it cost us the game. The momentum for Eagles began after that roughing passer penalty by Orakpo IMO.
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Indeed but we must stay away from penalties, it cost us the game. The momentum for Eagles began after that roughing passer penalty by Orakpo IMO.
Ok so there were a few penalties. How about the offense sucking the entire game? The penalty was questionable IMO and really is the last thing the D should be worried about. If anything, they should look at the issues they had with the big runs.

Great game by the D overall. I can't believe people are dogging them.
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