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Old 09-28-2020, 08:15 AM   #61
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Re: Punch's Post-Game Thread

People seem to forget that Rivera was almost run out of town in Carolina for being ultra conservative.

He didn't become "Riverboat Ron" out of choice, he did it to keep his job.

I think what we are seeing now is the real Rivera.
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Old 09-28-2020, 08:18 AM   #62
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Idk Dallas may have the same record but lost two close games to two very good teams. They are a ten win team no doubt. We are going to be lucky to win 5. I donít think we have a chance in hell to win it....

Yeah, I thought we might be a .500 team, but now I agree that weíll be lucky to win 4-6 games. Mostly against anemic teams in the NFC East. A team is heavily dependent on good or great QB play. Haskinís is playing in a highly inconsistent mode, but near the bottom of the NFL QBís. If he improves we may have a chance to win a couple games. But teamís know his Achilleís Heal - he occasionally reverts to starring down his WR or throwing high. Theyíll have a high DB and looking for his stare downs. Unless he improves quickly, heís going to get a couple INT per game..


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Old 09-28-2020, 08:34 AM   #63
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Re: Punch's Post-Game Thread

Couple things about the game not named Haskins

1. I thought Oline was better as a unit, didnít miss Schreff. Geron gave up strip sack and Roullier, Martin got blown up 1 or twice, but saw improvement.

2. Isiah Wright flashed. Gibson flashed.

3. Payne, Sweat, Jonathan Allen and Settle were good up front.
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Old 09-28-2020, 08:35 AM   #64
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Re: Punch's Post-Game Thread

Sweat looked really good
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Old 09-28-2020, 08:40 AM   #65
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Couple things about the game not named Haskins



1. I thought Oline was better as a unit, didnít miss Schreff. Geron gave up strip sack and Roullier, Martin got blown up 1 or twice, but saw improvement.



2. Isiah Wright flashed. Gibson flashed.



3. Payne, Sweat, Jonathan Allen and Settle were good up front.
Agreed, Schweitzer looked good too IMO.

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Oline being overall decent, Schweitzer looking good
Dline
Coverage throughout the game was good, couple of coverage sacks
Wright
Inman
Run blocking by the receivers
McKissick
Turner's playcalling

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Apke still is taking awful angles
Some missed tackles
Haskins made too much mistakes for this team to overcome, despite making some nice plays too

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Old 09-28-2020, 08:41 AM   #66
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Let's not get carried away with Sweat's performance against a rookie LT.

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Sweat looked really good

Sweat looked GREAT after Young left with a groin injury. Payne and Allen had some exciting moments. When Young is back in, the defense will improve. Big problem was the defense was on the field far too long.


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Old 09-28-2020, 09:19 AM   #68
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Re: Punch's Post-Game Thread

Grades are in from yesterday.

Few notable ones to mention.

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3 O lineman were in the top 5 of grades.

Terry had a 76 Overall grade again in the top 5 as usual.

Wright had a good day as well.

Haskins had the worst game of his career, finishing with a 29.2 overall grade and 33 passing grade.. BRUTAL

On DEFENSE

Apke had his best game with a 71.1 grade good for 5th on the defense yesterday.

Sweat , Allen , Curl and Settle were the other 4 in the top 5.

Curl is good
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Old 09-28-2020, 09:22 AM   #69
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Let's not get carried away with Sweat's performance against a rookie LT.

It's not just yesterday he's looked much improved this season overall
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Re: Punch's Post-Game Thread

I dont care what the numbers say, our D gave up 34 points to the freakin Browns. By comparison Baltimore (a real D) held them to 6, and Cincy gave up the same. Is anyone else concerned that our problem lies on both sides of the ball?
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For the season so far, Sweat has been solid and improved from last yr
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Tim Settle is a highly underrated player. When he plays, u see his impact. He was playing in the backfield whenever he was in.

Curl is having a great start
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I dont care what the numbers say, our D gave up 34 points to the freakin Browns. By comparison Baltimore (a real D) held them to 6, and Cincy gave up the same. Is anyone else concerned that our problem lies on both sides of the ball?
Short fields and the offense canít stay in the field
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You can't blame the D when your QB gives them 3 possessions inside the 50
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Old 09-28-2020, 09:32 AM   #75
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So itís fair to say that by giving up with 5 minutes to go .. that every single player out there is being disrespected.. if I were a player I would go to RR and demand a legit reason for this line of thinking and if coach told me itís to protect from injuries then I would look him in the eye and say what about my career and my risk being out there and you the head coach are giving up ...
I was a huge supporter of the Hire but now I believe that Ron should take a leave and deal with his health issues and JDR should step into head coach role .. Down 11 with 5 minutes to go and let the clock run out ??? In a pro league thatís unacceptable.. you will lose the team quick this way .. I predicted a 2 -14 season and itís looking damn good chance thatís where we are headed .. itís even worse than I thought it would be ..now the head coach is a issue .. I pray for RR to be healthy and his health is more important than his job situation.. take care of that first ! There are a lot of people who are saying the treatment he is receiving (chemotherapy) can have bad side effects that cloud your thinking .. experts agree to this .. something is wrong ..
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