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Old 09-18-2017, 07:07 AM   #31
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still got loads of nd ,should find ways to get thompson the ball more.i still think we will not win more than 5 or 6 games.rams missed on big plays other teams won,t.why did we give moses money to stay jere,he is awful.pryor needs to work with cousins more.he just cant click with him.
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Old 09-18-2017, 08:02 AM   #32
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With struggling of our outside WR and Cousins to get on the same page, we must continue to bring those guys along but we must form the passing attack around getting our biggest threats the ball: Thompson, Crowder and Reed. Id like to see all 3 in passing formations going forward
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Old 09-18-2017, 08:35 AM   #33
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Thought it was a great game yesterday. Defense HAS to fix some of those break-downs because otherwise they have been looking really damn good. Running game? Where has THAT been the past few seasons? All RBs ran like they gave an F and it showed. CT especially.

I want to see more of Crowder doing those screens and flare outs, because that's where he thrives.

I'm truly concerned about our WRs though. Doctson has to get his shit together.
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Kirk and TP just need more time, it'll get there eventually.
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Kirk and TP just need more time, it'll get there eventually.
I KNOW! But Kirk's butt is starting to stink.
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With struggling of our outside WR and Cousins to get on the same page, we must continue to bring those guys along but we must form the passing attack around getting our biggest threats the ball: Thompson, Crowder and Reed. Id like to see all 3 in passing formations going forward
Doctson def needs to get his shit together, but we still need guys like Grant/Pryor on the field to pull coverage away from our primaries right now. If nothing else they can be decoys at least. Eventually teams will get wise and throw more coverage to guys like CT and Crowder, and when that happens our other guys are going to have to step up.
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Old 09-18-2017, 10:50 AM   #37
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O line was getting a great surge. Some big holes.

Secondary is a legit strength. Kupp (3 catches - 33 yds), Watkins (2-30), Woods (1-8, Austin (1-5). Except for that 70 yard blown coverage play for TE Everett, secondary is shutting things down.

Zach Brown had 10 tackles. Resign him if he will take reasonable money. Kerrigan made 1 play, the strip sack. Jonathan Allen also was credited with 1 tackle.

Tress Way had 4 punts, 51 yd avg, 2 inside the 20, long of 62. Great job.

I feel like this is 2015 Kirk. Not 100% comfortable yet, trying not to make a mistake vs making a big play. No trust to take down field shots. Great job on the game winning drive. great job to punch it in for a TD. Clutch late.
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Old 09-18-2017, 11:10 AM   #38
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Any win is a good game. With that said:

- We had continuing breakdowns on D at critical moments.

- On offense, it was almost as if said to himself "I'll show them, I'll run the ball every damn down." Look, I am as firm a believer in the run game as the next old fart. However, after running on 1st down every series of the game, somewhere in the 3rd or 4th, a first down play-action would have been nice.

- Our first three trips to the RZ resulted in ONE touchdown. On D, we could not get them off the field consistently. Both sides of the ball kept letting the Rams back into the game.

This game did not need to be this close. It should not have come down to the that last TD. And, before you say "they are pros too," I accept that. However, it was our breakdowns that kept them in the game. Against a better team, this would have been a loss.

Again, any win is a good game. Further, there was some progress and the team showed good fight. The commitment to the running game was great - let's see if Gruden stays committed. Next week is going to be a much much more difficult test offensively and defensively.
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Matt ioannidis and Allen have been the best dlineman so far this year....

Our cb play has been effing great
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I agree with JR. Gruden is either in one extreme or the other. Run or pass to the point of predictability. He just doesn't seem capable of out thinking opposing coaches.
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Our cb play has been effing great


Ioannidis has surprised the shit out of me. Good for him.
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I liked Ionnidis coming out last year. Believed he had potential to develop into an effective NFL lineman.

Of course, I felt the same about Arie Kouandijo.
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I agree with JR. Gruden is either in one extreme or the other. Run or pass to the point of predictability. He just doesn't seem capable of out thinking opposing coaches.
Last week Gruden sd he called some run plays that Cousins checked into pass plays in the 2nd half and he sd he was going to work on it with Cousins. This week, it appears Cousins didnt check out of them.

I think he out thought Wade Phillips yesterday.

This offense seems like a new installment with everyone, including Cousins, learning bit by bit. But I dont see us running the ball 35+ times for over 200 yds any time soon.
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I think yesterday Gruden tried hard to go against his natural tendencies since McVay/Phillips likely knew them very well. It will be interesting to see if he can come to a solid run pass balance.
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Personally I liked the run heavy approach. I was surprised Jay stayed with it, in the past he would have gotten away from it.
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