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Old 10-04-2013, 10:24 AM   #91
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Jim Haslett: Barry Cofield establishing himself as best nose tackle in the NFL
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Old 10-04-2013, 10:31 AM   #92
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Great win by Cleveland last night. After everything those fans have been through, they deserve a winner. Sucks that Hoyer got hurt though....

And the brown was so ugly that in kinda looked cool. But I prefer the orange pants with the brown top.
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^ Yeah, poor Brian Hoyer. He finally gets his chance and makes good on it...and then gets hurt. That would suck.
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Did not hear how bad Hoyer's injury was. Is he expected to be out for any extended time?
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Did not hear how bad Hoyer's injury was. Is he expected to be out for any extended time?
I don't think they know yet but it looked ugly when it happened.
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browns people expect a ACL.
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EJ Manuel's injury looked pretty bad as well , I bet he has a torn MCL or something (of course I'm really DR Andrews in disguise)
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Looks like an ACL for Hoyer
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I click on this thread and I see JoeRedskin quoting Shakespeare so I think to myself, "Wow! This is really becoming a classy site".

Then, in the very next post, CB59 quotes Bill Engvall and I think to myself, "Nevermind".
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He is the best 3-4 NT in the NFL. Althought Dontari Poe and Phil Taylor are great as well. I'm going to wait until the end of the season to see if I'd still have him as the best 3-4 NT, because Poe probably will be by seasons end. Hell he is now but I want to see him keep it going.

Also, was last game Barry's first without the cast? Or was it off against Detroit?
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Because you often "make things up".


The Browns are looking great somehow. Too bad about Hoyer, ACL. Hopefully Campbell will get a shot because we know Weeden is not the answer. McGahee looks good too.

The monochrome brown may have worked if the pants had stripes. They looked like brown yoga pants, especially since they wore solid brown socks too. Bad look. The Ravens do this with all black too...makes them look like they're ballet dancers.


So both QBs went down with knee injuries last night. Still the fault of the read option? A QB can get hurt regardless of the offense his team is running, so that provides more support that we should NOT abandon the read option and keep doing whatever plays to Griffin's talent...running, when we're sure he's healthy enough to resume it. He didn't get hurt on an option run, it was a scramble just like Hoyer. Even Tom Brady had the same injury and he was standing still like a statue. Running with a QB will not get him injured if he does it intelligently. So far this year, Griffin is doing that. He's getting out of bounds and giving up the run to save his body instead of always trying to run around, up and over or through every defender.
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He is the best 3-4 NT in the NFL. Althought Dontari Poe and Phil Taylor are great as well. I'm going to wait until the end of the season to see if I'd still have him as the best 3-4 NT, because Poe probably will be by seasons end. Hell he is now but I want to see him keep it going.

Also, was last game Barry's first without the cast? Or was it off against Detroit?

The Redskins DL is going to have to really get after people the rest of the year to be effective. The Redskins cant really stop anyone, but with sacks and turnovers they can turn games around. I think a 4 game sample is enough to realize that they are going to give up yardage by the 10s-20s, but when they can win the turnover battle, they might have a chance of beating people.

Now if the offense can just start converting 3rd downs, they will be in business again.
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Rob Chudzinski just confirmed to reporters in Cleveland that Brian Hoyer has a torn ACL, and will undergo season-ending surgery.
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Here we go, Cowboys fans at work saying "dont cry when we shock the world on Sunday."
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