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Old 12-12-2011, 01:04 AM   #181
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Just saw Texans-Cini highlights for the first time today. TJ Yates- wow. Good for him. Looked great.
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Old 12-12-2011, 01:10 AM   #182
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Just saw Texans-Cini highlights for the first time today. TJ Yates- wow. Good for him. Looked great.
What was he, a fifth rounder?
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Old 12-12-2011, 01:16 AM   #183
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What was he, a fifth rounder?
Yeah, late 5th if I'm not mistaken.
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Giants have come back to take the lead. But their D is also Swiss cheese.

...that's becuase the're all on IR.
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I went to bed with 5 minutes left with dallas up 34-22,cant believe they blew that.How come that icing the kicker think never works for us? I hate that it worked for the gmen cause now shanahan will keep doing it,I hate that play
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Old 12-12-2011, 07:55 AM   #186
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Well, when you can can shut off gravity anytime you want its easy to win.

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No Kyle Shanahan...I kid, I kid. I was very surprised at Houston's success with their switch to the 3-4. But I guess you can take that gamble when you have a potent offense. Still, to lose your starting QB and your Pro Bowl WR and still win, that is commendable.
haha,say what? Or your coach is a dumbass who wants to switch a top 5 4-3 defense to 3-4 for no reason,what a douche.Then theres Wade,a guy everyone on this forum made fun of,who took a last place Texans defense and switched with no offseason and has them #1,what has Haslet done?
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I had the unfortunate misfortune of watching the Titan/Saints game, inwhich there were 16 penalties called in the first half(most were overofficous ref calls). I guess the refs saw what an embarassment it was and only called 3 in the 2nd half.
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...that's becuase the're all on IR.
Congrads, Ill take my hat off to Tom C. Just about the time when everyone thinks he down for the count he get his team up off the mat, injuries and all. He can get his team to show some backbone, that showed last week against the Pack. But im sure they'l lay an egg this week,:cheeky-sm
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haha,say what? Or your coach is a dumbass who wants to switch a top 5 4-3 defense to 3-4 for no reason,what a douche.Then theres Wade,a guy everyone on this forum made fun of,who took a last place Texans defense and switched with no offseason and has them #1,what has Haslet done?
Wait, so Shanahan is a douche for switching an aging 4-3 defense to a young 3-4 defense as part of an overall rebuilding process...yet Kubiak isn't one for switching a young 4-3 to a 3-4?
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I had the unfortunate misfortune of watching the Titan/Saints game, inwhich there were 16 penalties called in the first half(most were overofficous ref calls). I guess the refs saw what an embarassment it was and only called 3 in the 2nd half.
16 in one half? wow.
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as someone else mentioned, gotta give coughlin some props. but damn the guy looks like a miserable bastard!
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haha,say what? Or your coach is a dumbass who wants to switch a top 5 4-3 defense to 3-4 for no reason,what a douche.Then theres Wade,a guy everyone on this forum made fun of,who took a last place Texans defense and switched with no offseason and has them #1,what has Haslet done?
One, said coach has never done well in fielding his 4-3s in Denver during his last 4 years there(injuries did not help, either, but w/e).

Two, we're still in the top 10 in terms of yards given up even after the last game.
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One, said coach has never done well in fielding his 4-3s in Denver during his last 4 years there(injuries did not help, either, but w/e).

Two, we're still in the top 10 in terms of yards given up even after the last game.
I think the Patriots are a good example of how irrelevant defensive rankings are in the NFL. They may give up a ton of yards, but they have a lot of takeways and their defense is good at stopping opposing teams score in the redzone. Our defense needs a lot of work, but as I have repeatedly said, they need to use what they have and make it work.
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I think the Patriots are a good example of how irrelevant defensive rankings are in the NFL. They may give up a ton of yards, but they have a lot of takeways and their defense is good at stopping opposing teams score in the redzone. Our defense needs a lot of work, but as I have repeatedly said, they need to use what they have and make it work.
One, Yards/G is a shitty stat, but people keep citing it when they say "top 10 defense". Our other categories are out of the top 10, except for our first downs given up per game().

EVEN SO, having their elite O is masking their glaring deficiencies(partly due to injuries wreaking thier secondary). Should Tom Brady have another 2007 Super Bowl moment and be tamed, this D of theirs will not pick up the slack.
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