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Old 09-22-2013, 05:56 PM   #76
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You're friends with Kyle shanahan?
He just sleeps with him for money, trick would be more accurate.

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Old 09-22-2013, 05:57 PM   #77
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Absolutely in the sense he's the HC and it falls on him. Buck stops with him. And Kyle has to go. Love him to death. Tremendous person. Good friend, don't want him here anymore
Not sure if the offense has grown stale or the league knows how to play them or what. I am not a fan of not being able to go "hurry-up" as a change of pace, why the spread offense is not used more when it is so effective on the first two downs. Also, can not seem to understand why they want to pass so much out of the pistol, with the lines inability to pass protect, why would you want to pass 3 to 4 yrds from the line of scrimmage, that was a big problem against the Packers. Kyle and/or the script needs to go away. Has anyone else noticed that after the scripted plays are done, then and only then can they move the ball?
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Old 09-22-2013, 05:58 PM   #78
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I still think Rak could be so much more effective as a 4-3 end.
Ageed. Put Kerrigan on the other end and move current DE's to DT.
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Old 09-22-2013, 05:58 PM   #79
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Right, but the team we were in the early goings of the playoff game against Seattle could challenge just about anyone. The question is, can we get back to that?
You're absolutely rite about that. Thats why i am having such a tough time digesting this.
On another optimistic note, the giants are crap, the eagles are one game up on us and we play them again, and the cowboys are two games up on us and we play them twice.
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Old 09-22-2013, 05:59 PM   #80
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Sorry but you guys need to calm down , look at the Giants it should make you happy that you can at least score ,we can't do crap .


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Old 09-22-2013, 06:02 PM   #81
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:03 PM   #82
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It's funny how people only remember the bad.

If that play is called a TD.. This whole forum board is speaking another tune.
There was still plenty of time for Detriot to score and they most likely would have. Robinson did not control the ball.
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:03 PM   #83
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Fitting to say the least.
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:04 PM   #84
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Absolutely in the sense he's the HC and it falls on him. Buck stops with him. And Kyle has to go. Love him to death. Tremendous person. Good friend, don't want him here anymore
When the calm sense of reason on the WP is calling for heads, its time for changes.
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:04 PM   #85
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I haven't been impressed with him or Kerrigan.
Kerrigan was never supposed to be the mega stud that Rak was hyped to be coming out of college bench pressing a truck.
Kerrigan at least had more interceptions in his 1st game vs Raks total career. and has played every snap as a skin. Durability is an ability that gets overlooked too much.

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The Rams are loving us right now. They have a decent chance at Clowney.
Yeah, they are going to get good return on passing on a player they couldn't draft anyhow b/c of what Bradford is owed. we screwed up.

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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.
then we would be 4-12 for the year and out of the playoffs. division wins only matter in tie breaker scenarios in the division

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in any case at least our guy is stepping in his throws again.

We're still in contention because of the Giants
Yeah but, who is going to stop Dez Bryant and Murray from gauging our defense? I'll wait

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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.
B/c the whole team was carried on RG3's back. He shouldn't have been forced to do that, he was, he was hurt, still hasn't gotten back to full self, and the team is god damn awful

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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.
B/c the whole team was carried on RG3's back. He shouldn't have been forced to do that, he was, he was hurt, still hasn't gotten back to full self, and the team is god damn awful
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Giantone in past years when i expected the season to be over mid October it gave me great pain or comfort depending on whether or not we were better than the giants. All my friends are Giants fans. This year i had high hopes. It isnt helping that you guys look worse.
Ok, fine it's helping alittle.
Ok its helping alot.
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Sorry but you guys need to calm down , look at the Giants it should make you happy that you can at least score ,we can't do crap .


Perspective gentlemen, perspective .
Easy to say, you've won more titles this millennium than this team has games in 9 months.
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:06 PM   #88
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In all seriousness, we were 3-6 last year, and look at where we ended up. Even IF we end up 0-4 going into the bye, I just won't be able to give up on this team until we have 8 losses.
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Sorry but you guys need to calm down , look at the Giants it should make you happy that you can at least score ,we can't do crap .


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Giants have completely quit on Coughlin.
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Fitting to say the least.
Now I know why Native Americans feel offended and want us to change our name, its b/c we f'n suck.
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