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Old 11-08-2018, 11:36 AM   #136
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A coach evaluating a player is going to consider how a player's performance impacted the game. Doctson's drops helped the Redskins to a 0-14 hole they are not equipped to dig their way out of. With his small sample he only caught the ball 3 out of his 6 targets and ended up with 30 measly yards, how that is a C+ is beyond crazy. So by Cooley's assessment Doctson played like an above average wide receiver Sunday. That makes no sense.
Cooley plays the nice guy, Doc sucked Sunday and he has all yr. He never gets separation and he drops passes.
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Old 11-08-2018, 11:37 AM   #137
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A coach evaluating a player is going to consider how a player's performance impacted the game. Doctson's drops helped the Redskins to a 0-14 hole they are not equipped to dig their way out of. With his small sample he only caught the ball 3 out of his 6 targets and ended up with 30 measly yards, how that is a C+ is beyond crazy. So by Cooley's assessment Doctson played like an above average wide receiver Sunday. That makes no sense.
Does scoring a TD on a tough catch count? I guess not.
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Old 11-08-2018, 11:59 AM   #138
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A coach evaluating a player is going to consider how a player's performance impacted the game. Doctson's drops helped the Redskins to a 0-14 hole they are not equipped to dig their way out of. With his small sample he only caught the ball 3 out of his 6 targets and ended up with 30 measly yards, how that is a C+ is beyond crazy. So by Cooley's assessment Doctson played like an above average wide receiver Sunday. That makes no sense.
This is were his grades are misleading. In his system, C+ is not above average, I'd say it's slightly below: he has a % grading scale (that he explained in his first podcast episode) where 86% and above is an A, 85% to 76% is B, 75% to 66% is C, 65% to 51% is D, 50% and below is an F.

You expect your average WR to do his job/have a positive impact on more than 70% of the plays, don't you?

And again, I really don't think grades are the best part of his Film Breakdowns, the explanations are. Because he did say Doctson is not getting any separation and he went into details on why his drops were ugly and 100% on him.
So yeah, maybe a C is being too nice, but if you listen to the film breakdown, he's not trying to make you believe Doctson had a solid game.
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Old 11-08-2018, 12:28 PM   #139
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This is were his grades are misleading. In his system, C+ is not above average, I'd say it's slightly below: he has a % grading scale (that he explained in his first podcast episode) where 86% and above is an A, 85% to 76% is B, 75% to 66% is C, 65% to 51% is D, 50% and below is an F.

You expect your average WR to do his job/have a positive impact on more than 70% of the plays, don't you?

And again, I really don't think grades are the best part of his Film Breakdowns, the explanations are. Because he did say Doctson is not getting any separation and he went into details on why his drops were ugly and 100% on him.
So yeah, maybe a C is being too nice, but if you listen to the film breakdown, he's not trying to make you believe Doctson had a solid game.
Unfortunately I am not privy to such information. Cell signals are too weak here for wireless internet, so I have data capped satellite internet. I would use my data up quick if I watched podcasts and the like. Even though I am 80 miles southwest of DC FM stations that carry ESPN radio and other sportstalk are too weak to reach here. My Redskin news comes from catching B-Mitch, Chris and Doc on AM radio like it was the 1970's.
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Unfortunately I am not privy to such information. Cell signals are too weak here for wireless internet, so I have data capped satellite internet. I would use my data up quick if I watched podcasts and the like. Even though I am 80 miles southwest of DC FM stations that carry ESPN radio and other sportstalk are too weak to reach here. My Redskin news comes from catching B-Mitch, Chris and Doc on AM radio like it was the 1970's.
Man on some aspects the US are really hard to wrap your mind around... Even the smallest village lost in the middle of nowhere in France has access to unlimited Wifi for 40 per month max... Granted the territory is much much wider but it's always surprising to me.
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Unfortunately I am not privy to such information. Cell signals are too weak here for wireless internet, so I have data capped satellite internet. I would use my data up quick if I watched podcasts and the like. Even though I am 80 miles southwest of DC FM stations that carry ESPN radio and other sportstalk are too weak to reach here. My Redskin news comes from catching B-Mitch, Chris and Doc on AM radio like it was the 1970's.

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Man on some aspects the US are really hard to wrap your mind around... Even the smallest village lost in the middle of nowhere in France has access to unlimited Wifi for 40 per month max... Granted the territory is much much wider but it's always surprising to me.
It just really depends where you are at in the states. I am not that far out in the woods. I am only 10 miles away from Interstate 95 which runs the whole east coast of the USA and into Canada. The general area I live in is very backward, the bank I use and their website reminds me of the infant years of the internet, a lot of businesses here don't have websites, and advertise in the phone book like it was 30 years ago. I have customers in other states further off the beaten path than I am yet they have WIFI, broadband internet, piped in natural gas and water. I have none of those things.
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It just really depends where you are at in the states. I am not that far out in the woods. I am only 10 miles away from Interstate 95 which runs the whole east coast of the USA and into Canada. The general area I live in is very backward, the bank I use and their website reminds me of the infant years of the internet, a lot of businesses here don't have websites, and advertise in the phone book like it was 30 years ago. I have customers in other states further off the beaten path than I am yet they have WIFI, broadband internet, piped in natural gas and water. I have none of those things.
Growing up in an affluent valley-suburbia of Southern California, it's hard for me to even imagine places like this. You don't have gas and water lines?? Even as I've traveled the country and seen some really run-down areas they still had these provided.
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Old 11-08-2018, 01:51 PM   #143
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It just really depends where you are at in the states. I am not that far out in the woods. I am only 10 miles away from Interstate 95 which runs the whole east coast of the USA and into Canada. The general area I live in is very backward, the bank I use and their website reminds me of the infant years of the internet, a lot of businesses here don't have websites, and advertise in the phone book like it was 30 years ago. I have customers in other states further off the beaten path than I am yet they have WIFI, broadband internet, piped in natural gas and water. I have none of those things.

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Growing up in an affluent valley-suburbia of Southern California, it's hard for me to even imagine places like this. You don't have gas and water lines?? Even as I've traveled the country and seen some really run-down areas they still had these provided.
I lived in Southern California for 50 years! I wanted to live somewhere else for quite awhile, any time I vacationed in another state I did not want to go home. I researched satellite internet and the cell service for this area before moving, two things, both those services have gotten worse since I arrived here and they were worse than expected to begin with. The electric company here is a joke also, very rough on electronics, I must blow up a microwave oven every year.

There are a lot of large farms with big fancy houses including places that breed expensive race horses in this county, yet the infrastructure is a joke.
I have an aunt that lives in a nice house on the beach in Tijuana Mexico, I am sure you are aware of that city, she has better internet and utilities than I have.
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Old 11-08-2018, 01:56 PM   #144
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:23 PM   #145
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Any of you San Diego guys been to the Tijuana lately? I used to spend weekends down at the sportsbooks there during football season when I lived in San Clemente in the 90's.
I heard a lot of the once bustling areas down there are now boarded up and abandoned.
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Any of you San Diego guys been to the Tijuana lately? I used to spend weekends down at the sportsbooks there during football season when I lived in San Clemente in the 90's.
I heard a lot of the once bustling areas down there are now boarded up and abandoned.
Nope, haven't been down there in years. Things in TJ are no good right now. Murders just about every day it seems. The juice just isn't worth the squeeze in my opinion. Sucks because i had good times down there.
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Any of you San Diego guys been to the Tijuana lately? I used to spend weekends down at the sportsbooks there during football season when I lived in San Clemente in the 90's.
I heard a lot of the once bustling areas down there are now boarded up and abandoned.
Yeah, TJ is a no-go for me nowadays. Still some cool spots and isn't as bad as people make it out to be, it's just such a hassle getting through the check and back in. At that point the cons sort of out weight the pros, so i just stay local.
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Yeah, TJ is a no-go for me nowadays. Still some cool spots and isn't as bad as people make it out to be, it's just such a hassle getting through the check and back in. At that point the cons sort of out weight the pros, so i just stay local.
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Yeah, TJ is a no-go for me nowadays. Still some cool spots and isn't as bad as people make it out to be, it's just such a hassle getting through the check and back in. At that point the cons sort of out weight the pros, so i just stay local.
Oh the memories. Back when I went you didn't need a passport. I had went by myself to run bets for myself and friends. I was talking to some guys behind me in line at the USA enterance. I saw a dog wondering around not realizing it was a drug sniffer. The dog alerted on both guys behind me, since I was talking to them we all got put in a room and interrogated. Those guys were scared to death, I was pissed off because I did nothing wrong. I also didn't appreciate being called a liar when I said those guys were strangers to me. The border patrol agent must have been new and dumb as rocks as to him our evidence of being together was we all had Pueblo Amigo betting tickets. At the time all the betting places from TJ to Rosarito sold betting tickets with that printed on them. The guys had no drugs on them, they probably had just smoked a joint recently. The two guys were let go and I was detained even though I neither smelled of drugs or had any on me. They told me as soon as I apologized for my mouthiness they would let me go, I refused. I told them to charge me with something or let me go. I was finally cut lose after 4 hours. I never went back.
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