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Old 09-23-2012, 11:59 PM   #331
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look to the patriot's ravens game. Baltimore just drove down the field with 2min against the Pats. and are kicking the winning fg

899 yds total offense. That's where the NFL is headed.
Yup. Problem is someone still has to be the worst defense - whether they are all bad or all good. And rite now were making a strong case for it. At the end of the day its a game of points. Lol. Maybe rg3 and the offense will really step it up more when garcon comes back and we can win some of these shootouts. Is there any word on trent williams?
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Old 09-24-2012, 12:05 AM   #332
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Yes. Sorry i didnt read your post clearly. Ks got flagged for being on the field though i thought? Not to many players technically.
I speculate it is what he said to the ref while in the field, not for being on it, since the refs said game over. Ref caught feelings when he realized KS was right and flagged him. That's why KS said he had no balls and was a p*ssy I'm guessing
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look to the patriot's ravens game. Baltimore just drove down the field with 2min against the Pats. and are kicking the winning fg

899 yds total offense. That's where the NFL is headed.
I hear those guys Brady and Flacco are pretty good. Also, they earned those plays. There were no touchdowns because of mental mistakes or freebies given to them. It's Welker, not Amendola.
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Old 09-24-2012, 12:06 AM   #334
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besides the no call on the pass interference, i think the refs were okay today.

our defense though, man... since jim's taken over, it's been bad. can we get blache or grilliams and our 4-3 back? please?

offense looked like it had an off day, but it still put up a ton of points. we're #1 in scoring, #2 in rushing, #5 overall (though baltimore wasn't included, they won't bump us off #1 in scoring). when's the last time that happened?

i can't believe this offense hasn't even hit stride yet. if the first half was like the second, maybe we'd have a W despite the D.

I also think the sample size is getting big enough to say that RG3 really knows what he's doing. It's weird not having to wish your team had a good QB, and it's weird that they can stink it up so royally for an entire half, have the D leave guys wide open all day, and still have a chance to pull it out.

so i'm actually not super mad about the loss, but i'm sorry trent got hurt, and i'm not sure how much better the D can get with it's current roster (which should still be better than what we're seeing on the field).
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besides the no call on the pass interference, i think the refs were okay today.

our defense though, man... since jim's taken over, it's been bad. can we get blache or grilliams and our 4-3 back? please?

offense looked like it had an off day, but it still put up a ton of points. we're #1 in scoring, #2 in rushing, #5 overall (though baltimore wasn't included, they won't bump us off #1 in scoring). when's the last time that happened?

i can't believe this offense hasn't even hit stride yet. if the first half was like the second, maybe we'd have a W despite the D.

I also think the sample size is getting big enough to say that RG3 really knows what he's doing. It's weird not having to wish your team had a good QB, and it's weird that they can stink it up so royally for an entire half, have the D leave guys wide open all day, and still have a chance to pull it out.

so i'm actually not super mad about the loss, but i'm sorry trent got hurt, and i'm not sure how much better the D can get with it's current roster (which should still be better than what we're seeing on the field).
Totally agree with this. Trents health is major. So is garcon. If were gonna win these shootouts we need them both. Even though were 1-2 i will sleep better than normal because after three weeks we are number one in points scored. Its so weird to say that.
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besides the no call on the pass interference, i think the refs were okay today.

our defense though, man... since jim's taken over, it's been bad. can we get blache or grilliams and our 4-3 back? please?

offense looked like it had an off day, but it still put up a ton of points. we're #1 in scoring, #2 in rushing, #5 overall (though baltimore wasn't included, they won't bump us off #1 in scoring). when's the last time that happened?

i can't believe this offense hasn't even hit stride yet. if the first half was like the second, maybe we'd have a W despite the D.

I also think the sample size is getting big enough to say that RG3 really knows what he's doing. It's weird not having to wish your team had a good QB, and it's weird that they can stink it up so royally for an entire half, have the D leave guys wide open all day, and still have a chance to pull it out.

so i'm actually not super mad about the loss, but i'm sorry trent got hurt, and i'm not sure how much better the D can get with it's current roster (which should still be better than what we're seeing on the field).
The refs were okay like being shot in the head is okay.
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The refs were okay like being shot in the head is okay.
Yeah. Well maybe being shot in the ass. Lol. Yes agreed though when i said i totally agree with that post i meant everything except the refs being ok.
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I speculate it is what he said to the ref while in the field, not for being on it, since the refs said game over. Ref caught feelings when he realized KS was right and flagged him. That's why KS said he had no balls and was a p*ssy I'm guessing
Yeah but he called them those things off the field for penalizing him and not the bengals. If he wasnt on the field no penalty. Anyway i think the game was over when that went down barring a small miracle.
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our defense though, man... since jim's taken over, it's been bad. can we get blache or grilliams and our 4-3 back? please?
Not only can I see them doing it, but I can also see a lot of the players like Rak and Fletcher talking about how great it will be going back to the 4-3 and how the 3-4 was okay but at the same time it wasn't right for them. Still I wonder what a 4-3 alignment would look like. Funny to think that Rak was an OLB in the 4-3 as well.

SAM - Orakpo
MLB - Fletcher
WLB - Riley

RDE - Kerrigan
DT - Cofield
DT - Bowen
LDE - Carriker

It's obvious though if they go back now that they don't have the linebackers to make the switch, however they're very deep up front with DT's and DE's.
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Old 09-24-2012, 12:32 AM   #340
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When there's so many things that seem to be wrong with the defense, who do you think is responsible? Haslett gets the blame for all of this because he's responsible for fixing the defensive mess. Who else has the power and experience to change things?

It's not like the defense is completely devoid of talent like some fans would like to believe- Josh Wilson, Kerrigan, Bowen, Cofield, Fletcher. Not to mention the potential that the younger defensive players have and have even shown. Don't tell me that a good defensive coordinator couldn't get way more out of this group than Haslett.
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Not only can I see them doing it, but I can also see a lot of the players like Rak and Fletcher talking about how great it will be going back to the 4-3 and how the 3-4 was okay but at the same time it wasn't right for them. Still I wonder what a 4-3 alignment would look like. Funny to think that Rak was an OLB in the 4-3 as well.

SAM - Orakpo
MLB - Fletcher
WLB - Riley

RDE - Kerrigan
DT - Cofield
DT - Bowen
LDE - Carriker

It's obvious though if they go back now that they don't have the linebackers to make the switch, however they're very deep up front with DT's and DE's.
I would find another SAM and put Orakpo as a DE. Orakpo has no coverage skills to be a LB.
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When there's so many things that seem to be wrong with the defense, who do you think is responsible? Haslett gets the blame for all of this because he's responsible for fixing the defensive mess. Who else has the power and experience to change things?

It's not like the defense is completely devoid of talent like some fans would like to believe- Josh Wilson, Kerrigan, Bowen, Cofield, Fletcher. Not to mention the potential that the younger defensive players have and have even shown. Don't tell me that a good defensive coordinator couldn't get way more out of this group than Haslett.
I agree with you on that. We have talent over there.
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When there's so many things that seem to be wrong with the defense, who do you think is responsible? Haslett gets the blame for all of this because he's responsible for fixing the defensive mess. Who else has the power and experience to change things?

It's not like the defense is completely devoid of talent like some fans would like to believe- Josh Wilson, Kerrigan, Bowen, Cofield, Fletcher. Not to mention the potential that the younger defensive players have and have even shown. Don't tell me that a good defensive coordinator couldn't get way more out of this group than Haslett.
Absolutely they could. Haslettusdownagain must go. I dont know how the hell the guy keeps getting jobs. We are not the least talented group in the league we just play like it. Schemes are all wrong for every situation. This is his last year here and hopefully in the nfl period. Well scratch that maybe dallas will hire him for something.
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DE Rak
DT Cofield
DT Bowen
DE Kerrigan
OLB Riley
MLB Fletcher
OLB Draft pick or FA signing
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DE Rak
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OLB Draft pick or FA signing
That is a beautiful site. Imagine if we could have that. Wait a minute.....
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