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Old 09-09-2013, 11:18 AM   #481
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Dallas got a lot of turnovers and that's what I want out of my defense. Don't care about yardage stats. And WTF is the deal with David Wilson? He just looks like he doesn't belong in the NFL.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:19 AM   #482
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ok, at the end I really wanted the Giants to win, just to break Cowboys fans will and turn their minds to mush. Since I didn't get that, I'll settle for this:


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Old 09-09-2013, 11:20 AM   #483
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How about Terrell Pryor? Pretty good for his first start.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:21 AM   #484
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Dallas got a lot of turnovers and that's what I want out of my defense. Don't care about yardage stats. And WTF is the deal with David Wilson? He just looks like he doesn't belong in the NFL.
Yeah its a balance, force turnovers is great but points scored against ill take over yardage all day.

No matter how many turnovers they got, they left the door open to the Giants all game and couldnt put their passing game away. Gaints were rolling end of 3rd into 4th quarter.

David Wilson big disappointment.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:22 AM   #485
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My take aways from yesterday's action

1. Giants have a ton of issues on offense and defense
2. Kaepernick is about an impressive as any QB in the league. Really impressed by his accuracy and tough throws he makes look super easy.
3. Pittsburg gonna have a long year.
4. Russell Wilson, Jay Cutler and Luck with big throws and run in Luck case to win games.
5. The ending of the Jets vs Tampa was shocking. Tampa really let me down, I thought they would come out and dominant. Josh Freeman is garbage.
Yeah I had the Tampa Bay money line so all those bums had to do was win the game. They just handed it to the Jets. And yes Freeman is just way too inconsistent.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:25 AM   #486
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Brandon Jacobs, Willis McGahee will try out for New York Giants, source says - ESPN New York
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:30 AM   #487
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Desperate!


They'll probably take Jacobs back out of nostalgia but neither one could probably make it through a full game with a RB1 workload.
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It appears that neither Kaepernick nor Wilson is heading for a sophomore slump. Sigh.
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My take from yesterday.

GB Defense is terrible, Mathews is good but that secondary will struggle all year.
Saints and Falcons will both have very good years.
Cam just can't get it done in the 4th QTR
Giants and Steelers runs are over, they both have been really good for about 10 years now but their time has passed, especially Pitt.
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It appears that neither Kaepernick nor Wilson is heading for a sophomore slump. Sigh.
I think Jaws was on to something about Kaepernick . He just dominated the game yesterday.
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It appears that neither Kaepernick nor Wilson is heading for a sophomore slump. Sigh.
Or Luck and after tonight Griff
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:45 AM   #492
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My take from yesterday.

GB Defense is terrible, Mathews is good but that secondary will struggle all year.
Saints and Falcons will both have very good years.
Cam just can't get it done in the 4th QTR
Giants and Steelers runs are over, they both have been really good for about 10 years now but their time has passed, especially Pitt.
Pit is in worst shape than the Giants IMO. Although if the sloppy Cowpukes can beat the Giants, I just don't see them doing that great, unless they have the crazy comeback they have. Even still, their pass rush is horrible.
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My take from yesterday.

GB Defense is terrible, Mathews is good but that secondary will struggle all year.
Saints and Falcons will both have very good years.
Cam just can't get it done in the 4th QTR Giants and Steelers runs are over, they both have been really good for about 10 years now but their time has passed, especially Pitt.
Well to be fair I think it was D Angelo who fumbled away the game in the redzone.

But you can see the difference yesterday in that game between Russel Wilson and Cam...when he had to make a play to put his team ahead late in the fourth, Wilson throws a perfect 40 yard strike...Cam hasnt been able to make that play yet.
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yeah I'm a Cam fan and have been but he just can't seem to make those crucial throws late in games, I agree it was williams fault though.
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Well to be fair I think it was D Angelo who fumbled away the game in the redzone.

But you can see the difference yesterday in that game between Russel Wilson and Cam...when he had to make a play to put his team ahead late in the fourth, Wilson throws a perfect 40 yard strike...Cam hasnt been able to make that play yet.
Seattle has been hyped as a SB contender though, I was surprised to see how they struggled against Carolina.
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