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Old 10-22-2012, 04:15 PM   #106
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Agreed. I'd go further than we don't have enough talent to we don't have any talent in the secondary. None of our starters would be starters on a good defense. (Maybe Josh Wilson as a # 2). I mean Victor Cruz just ran straight and got past 2 guys, with Williams literally just staring at him as he ran by. Williams also annoys me because he never plays the ball, always tries for the big hit. There was a play in the game where Manning fired a ball that zipped by Williams but Williams was running at the receiver full speed to try and blow him up. Williams has to go! Rather have Gomes play the rest of the year and see if he can improve or if he also needs to be replaced next year.
I think Gomes time has passed. He had his chances and didn't get it done. Hopefully Merriweather gets in the game and stabilizes a bad situation.
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Old 10-22-2012, 04:38 PM   #109
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I think Gomes time has passed. He had his chances and didn't get it done. Hopefully Merriweather gets in the game and stabilizes a bad situation.
I think that is most likely accurate. But we know for SURE that Williams time has passed. I'd rather let the younger guy play out the year and see if there is any improvement, like as in can he stick on the team next year as a backup/depth guy, or does he also need to be off the team. I'd like to see Meriweather, hopefully when he comes back he skips warmups. No accidents.
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Old 10-22-2012, 05:01 PM   #110
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More like Raheem Morris: Bionic Scientist Assitant to Jim Haslett: Creater of Cyberdine Industries
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I think that is most likely accurate. But we know for SURE that Williams time has passed. I'd rather let the younger guy play out the year and see if there is any improvement, like as in can he stick on the team next year as a backup/depth guy, or does he also need to be off the team. I'd like to see Meriweather, hopefully when he comes back he skips warmups. No accidents.
I hope the scouting department is already looking. I like the free safety from Pitt named Kwan Williams. Sean Taylor/Ed Reed type that stalks the football. Williams would certainly be an upgrade over the Williams we already have.
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Old 10-23-2012, 12:22 AM   #112
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I think the single biggest problem with the passing defense is that Haslett is too predictable. Both Bradford and Dalton had expressed anticipation for attacking any defense that Haslett showed and welcomed the blitze packages that he called. The Giants also were prepared, according to an ESPN breakdown, of the alignment with Cruz in the slot to make it an automatic Go route because Madieu(FS) would take the out and Wilson(CB) the dig. It was a no brainer before the snap.

So while players make the plays or not, the opposition also gameplans the coordinators for situational tendencies. This doesn't absolve the defenders because they know they have to make the adjustments, but it sure seems easier for the opponent when they know what's coming.

Haslett's defenses have consistantly ranked in the bottom half of the league, and typically the longer he stays, the worse his team gets. It's obvious to me that a change is needed, and the sooner the better, before the season completely slips away.

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Old 10-23-2012, 12:39 AM   #113
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I think the single biggest problem with the passing defense is that Haslett is too predictable. Both Bradford and Dalton had expressed anticipation for attacking any defense that Haslett showed and welcomed the blitze packages that he called. The Giants also were prepared, according to an ESPN breakdown, of the alignment with Cruz in the slot to make it an automatic Go route because Madieu(FS) would take the out and Wilson(CB) the dig. It was a no brainer before the snap.

So while players make the plays or not, the opposition also gameplans the coordinators for situational tendencies. This doesn't absolve the defenders because they know they have to make the adjustments, but it sure seems easier for the opponent when they know what's coming.

Haslett's defenses have consistantly ranked in the bottom half of the league, and typically the longer he stays, the worse his team gets. It's obvious to me that a change is needed, and the sooner the better, before the season completely slips away.
Another solid post jdc. There's no doubt Eli to Cruz is one of the better pairs in pro football. Who's to say Williams would have made the play had he been positioned correctly before the snap? At least he'd have the chance...

But it was the offense that really lost this game. What comes next there?
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Another solid post jdc. There's no doubt Eli to Cruz is one of the better pairs in pro football. Who's to say Williams would have made the play had he been positioned correctly before the snap? At least he'd have the chance...

But it was the offense that really lost this game. What comes next there?
I have come to the conclusion that you are the worse poster here.

The setup before the snap was a organized double team to anticipate the option route. The Giants ran the option route, and the play call for the defense was perfect. If you watch the play.. Williams was stoned and his feet flat. So Cruz ran right by him..
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How did the offense lose the game? lol
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How did the offense lose the game? lol
They didn't score enough points .
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How did the offense lose the game? lol
The defense lost the game by giving up a 77 yd TD to Cruz. The offense contributed to this by turning the ball over 3 times, going 0-2 in the red zone, only getting three points off turnovers, and not scoring any points in the 3rd quarter.
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Another solid post jdc. There's no doubt Eli to Cruz is one of the better pairs in pro football. Who's to say Williams would have made the play had he been positioned correctly before the snap? At least he'd have the chance...

But it was the offense that really lost this game. What comes next there?
Sorry, "What comes next there?". Hopefully, more of the same minus the turnovers and a return to the red zone efficiency they have shown all year.

You complained that they were not protecting RGIII: Adjustments were made to create less exposure for him and he is learning to protect himself.

You complained they weren't converting on third downs: Last two weeks have seen substantial improvements in the percentages.

You complain, consistently, that they are predictable. That predictability has led to one of the most prolific offenses in the NFL this year.

I have yet, and maybe I missed it, to see some acknowledgement of the vast improvement this offense has made from last year to this and, if you assert that the improvement is due to RGIII, an acknowledgement of the schematic adjustments that were made to take advantage of RGIII's rare abilities and skills.

I have never "ignored" anyone, but your pedantic criticism is really making me rethink that policy.
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