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Old 09-24-2012, 10:34 PM   #616
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Their mods were talking like it was a pre-arranged thing. It most definitely made me ponder it for a second. Either way, smack talking in general is weak. Especially when it's between two shitty teams.
My trolling career is over but me and air coryell did have fun posting really big pictures of pirates over there.
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Old 09-24-2012, 10:34 PM   #617
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Not at all.
I really did think it might be serious lol, especially because one of their mods over there got into the act. Either way, it's dead now.
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Old 09-24-2012, 10:36 PM   #618
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My trolling career is over but me and air coryell did have fun posting really big pictures of pirates over there.
That's probably a good thing. Back in the day there were games where I liked to go to opposing teams' boards and mess around while getting the general idea of what their teams were like (similar to the scouting threads JoeRedskin started this year) but I hadn't done it in a while. Definitely thought about doing it this time though.
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Old 09-24-2012, 10:43 PM   #619
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Their mods were talking like it was a pre-arranged thing. It most definitely made me ponder it for a second. Either way, smack talking in general is weak. Especially when it's between two shitty teams.
Well, at least those Bucs mods were keeping it classy.
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Old 09-24-2012, 10:58 PM   #620
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And no, it's not a regular occurrence. I can't remember the last time it happened, although it's certainly happened before. The way they were talking over there though, reminded me of when we were a forum that had a network linking other teams' forums to ours. I really did think for a minute that maybe two boards decided to go through with this, even though it's definitely not our style.
Were u on tbaybus.com or the other one?
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Old 09-24-2012, 11:05 PM   #621
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he'll get hurt taking hits like that
You mean like the hits Mike Vick took vs the Cardinals on Sunday
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Old 09-24-2012, 11:14 PM   #622
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I did not see the 1st half of the Bengals game but when I saw that score 24-10 I was like what the heck. When the 2nd half started we went to work on offense and scored 2 TD's and tied the game up. I'm still pissed at the blown fumble call that called back Josh Wilson's fumble return TD. No way he was down by contact from a Bengals player. That TD would have put us ahead 31-24. Yes we did get the fumble recovery but a fumble recovery and return TD would have gave our defense more confidence. Turns out we had to punt and went down by 14 points. Get rid of these in over their heads replacement REFS. Like the way our team did not quit and played hard until the end. HTTR
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RGIII is the Truth
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RGIII is the Truth
Even though were 1-2 I cannot wait for Sunday just to watch him play. i hope we start coming out on the winning end of these shoot outs - he deserves some w's
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Yes, this is true. Alfred Morris is also the truth. So is Pierre Garcon and Hankerson whenever he can hold on to a pass. I wish they would play Dezmon Briscoe.
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Old 09-25-2012, 06:06 AM   #626
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Briscoe played, but yeah it'd be nice to see him targeted
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You mean like the hits Mike Vick took vs the Cardinals on Sunday
I would rather see RG3 get it running than standing in that dangerous pocket.

1. Aaron Rodgers got hit a lot in the pocket Monday night.
2. Romo got put to sleep.
3. Vick got way layed.
4. Schaub lost a piece of ear.
5. Brady is beginning to look like a prize fighter in every post game interview.

The pocket is just not a safe place to be so far in the 2012 season. Could it be ref related?
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The pocket is just not a safe place to be so far in the 2012 season. Could it be ref related?

Listened to Tony Dungy on 106.5 yesterday talk about how defenses were ahead of offenses at this point. The past year the lockout hurt defenses, but allowed the offenses to still gel during that time. He said the offenses will catch up, and most likely we won't be seeing these types of hits on their franchise QB as the season progresses.
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Listened to Tony Dungy on 106.5 yesterday talk about how defenses were ahead of offenses at this point. The past year the lockout hurt defenses, but allowed the offenses to still gel during that time. He said the offenses will catch up, and most likely we won't be seeing these types of hits on their franchise QB as the season progresses.
Unless your team runs the triple option.
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:39 AM   #630
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I thought Kyle's actions were embarrassing.

I don't think playcalling was the problem in the 1st half; I think execution was the problem.
We couldn't get anything going in the first half because of several factors.
Jordan Black played his role, as did Tyler Polumbus, Hankerson had a 3rd down drop, Griffin's fumble, Morris/Griffin miscommunication on a packaged play read, Aldrick Robinson missing a block on screen pass, Morris missing some holes and Griffin missing some reads both in the passing game(can't confirm without the all 22 tho) and in the option.

On the whole the offense isn't the problem.
Although, I think its already passed time to transition into the next phase of the offense which imo should be less reliant on read option and more reliant on spread passing.
And if this offense is based on Baylor's offense that was also the progression of Baylor's offense.
It became less reliant on read option and more spread passing based w/ read option as an important piece but not the driving force.
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