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Old 09-22-2013, 05:01 PM   #31
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How would a 4-3 help with tackling?
I don't think it would help with tackling as much as it would help with pressure. I think pressure would help on the back end.
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Old 09-22-2013, 05:01 PM   #32
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This is what bad teams do....beat themselves....turnovers, penalties, dropped to passes, shitty tackling.
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I'll pass on that bad game next week, I'm going to be using my days off to actually do something now. For years I've wasted my time on wkends for this
Yeah. There are six games on the schedule i think we can win.
Giants
Giants
Vikings
Raiders
Eagles
Chargers.
Of those six exactly none of them are sure things.
If we lose next week there is a realistic chance we go 0-16? I think im going to start winterizing my yard on sundays. Maybe ill get so drunk on saturday nites that i just sleep through the games?
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Old 09-22-2013, 05:02 PM   #34
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Trade value for who? Fred? Trade him now then.
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Yeah. There are six games on the schedule i think we can win.
Giants
Giants
Vikings
Raiders
Eagles
Chargers.
Of those six exactly none of them are sure things.
If we lose next week there is a realistic chance we go 0-16? I think im going to start winterizing my yard on sundays. Maybe ill get so drunk on saturday nites that i just sleep through the games?
I don't think we will go 0-16 because of the sheer parity of the league. Considering that only two teams in Pro Football History have ever had a winless season (Bucs and Lions), i could see winning only 1, or maybe 2 games, if it continues to be this bad. But i don't think we will go winless.
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Old 09-22-2013, 05:04 PM   #36
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Guess what win 3 of those games and split 2 (philly and dallas) of them and you are 4-2 in the division.
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Orakpo hasn't been very effective this year for us at all. He can't cover or tackle apparently. Would it be worth it to trade him for a corner or safety that isn't terrible?
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Old 09-22-2013, 05:04 PM   #38
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I mean, I literally don't see a winnable game on the schedule going forward with the team I have seen on the field these first three games...maybe the Raiders after a short week for them...maybe the G-men at home, that's about it unless we fix the turnovers, penalties and piss poor D.

Oh, and RGIII couldn't have handed the ball to Robinson any better. He has to hold on to that one...period.
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Old 09-22-2013, 05:05 PM   #39
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I fail to see how a team keeps the majority of its starters from the year before and regresses. Defensively I get it, we have two rookies I the back field not getting it done as well as we would like, piss poor tackling, and the DL.... it looks like our opponents would prefer us to blitz cause that opens up the middle of the field for slant routes which our back field is not covering well.
Team has no heart. Bunch of gutless warm bodies out there.

Seems like a bunch of guys out there working. Like, literally doing a job because that's what they're paid to do. Rarely does it look like they're enjoying it or that they're motivated; they just look like they showed up because they had no other choice.

There are players who exceptions to this, of course. But these dudes are just f'ing sloppy. Penalties, drops, sloppy ass tackling; you're losing and you're laughing on the sidelines? Come on, man.
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Orakpo hasn't been very effective this year for us at all. He can't cover or tackle apparently. Would it be worth it to trade him for a corner or safety that isn't terrible?
I still think Rak could be so much more effective as a 4-3 end.
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We will find a way to beat Oakland, Turn RGIII loose next week have him hold on that ball
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0-16 lmao... You guys are ridiculous
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Games are one or lost on 2-3 plays per game. Robinson not finishing the play on the TD, and RG3 not being able to slide without coughing the ball up were those plays today.
I'd argue Robinsons play was a TD and still do. The ball was caught cleanly, tucked cleanly (per video), WR took two steps after catching it (left foot, then right foot), and the ball was in control as it was taken over the goal line. The ball only came loose after the player went to the ground. In any other play mid field the ground can't cause a fumble.

Refs had the call wrong and the nit wit head ref tries to defend a bad call. I really hope that it's shown when the ball was moving in his hands cause I didn't see it until after the player hit the ground.

My second argument is a RB can run the ball and dive for the goal line and the ball come out of his hands after he hits the ground and it's considered a score. Our WR took two steps prior to entering the end zone, he is now a runner and the ball went over the goal line. score. Different story if WR caught the ball in the air and came down in the end zone and bobbled the ball after hitting the ground however I'd argue he was down by contact in the end zone. TD.
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The Rams are loving us right now. They have a decent chance at Clowney.
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0-16 lmao... You guys are ridiculous

This team is ridiculous right now.

0-16 is not likely, but less than four wins is pretty realistic with the product I have seen on display since the season started.
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