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Old 04-08-2005, 02:23 AM   #106
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i was sitting here w/ someone and i was trying to show them how good this sight was and i came up on this discusion about taylor costing us games?

Wow i am sure that if he weren't on the field we would have won more games?

i just don't understand how we get these ideas, he played great he is great. we are comparing him with darell green! lets compare ramsey w/ baugh, and gardner w/ monk. it makes very little sense. portis w/ riggins. springs w/ green, smoot w/ green, jimoh w/ green

how can we say he lost us games, look at the plays he made in his video, he can develope. how can we complare him w/ the best players. he was first alternate to the probowl...... as a rookie. wtf more do we want. he played consitant and i remeber feeling that springs should have done something in the second game against the cow-girls. i think i repressed the play in my memory but from what i can see in my head i remeber that many reporters said that Springs ALSO messed up. he played inside and should have pushed the WR closer inside, springs let him get outside and that pushed him to far away. regardless we didn't lose the game b/c of taylor, one play that took 10 seconds of a 60 minute game.

i just thought i could show a friend how good this sight was and now i am trying to defend it.
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Old 04-08-2005, 02:35 AM   #107
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I take offense... I DO bone my sean taylor bobble head, and I AM an ass clown. And in that goddamn dallas II game, we couldnt get the pressure we usually got, we couldnt run the ball, but our short passing game was killing them. So, when we have the ball close to midfield and are forcing them to use their timeouts and we come to 3rd and 8, we shouldve stuck with what worked and kept their offense on the bench and put them away. Offense is the difference maker in the fourth quarter, you cant put all the pressure on your defense that late in the game. Especially not when you've got their backs against a wall.

I played alot of defense and its much more difficult... you have to be near perfect at least 3 times to accomplish what you set out to do. on offense you get 3+ tries to accomplish and you only have to hit once. Sean Taylor did not lose that game. Joe Gibbs lost that game.
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Old 04-08-2005, 01:42 PM   #108
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When I saw the draft day shot of Taylor at home after he was picked, my very first impression was this guy was going to be a pain in ass, though he may be a good player.
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Old 04-09-2005, 12:35 AM   #109
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i bet gibbs can't be too happy with either one of them.if these guys really want to win and not be a couple of really rich losers,listening to gibbs and removing their heads from their asses would be a step in the right direction.
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Old 04-09-2005, 12:13 PM   #110
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[QUOTE=sportscurmudgeon]He doesn't get credit for an INT in the Chicago game as a game-winner because Chicago was not actually in any danger of scoring at that point. Only a breakdown by the defense would have given them a score. Hmmm... That's sort fo what happened in the Dallas II game. The Cowboys were in no danger of scoring with about 60 yards to go and Vinny T under center unless there was a defensive breakdown. How'd that happen again?



that might possibly be the most retarded thing you have ever written sc. let me get this straight, your saying the only time an offense scores is when the defense has a breakdown ? every time the colts score on the chiefs it's because the chiefs' defense had a breakdown, it has nothing to do with the colts having a good offense....right ? even if they are 60 yards away. a offense has the potential to score every time it gets the ball.
maybe, just maybe, your the real meathead.
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