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Old 10-24-2021, 07:52 PM   #16
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If we had Fitz we probably win that game
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If we had Fitz we probably win that game
I have to see Fitz do anything at all with this offense before I agree with that. I do think we win with Tua.

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I have to see Fitz do anything at all with this offense before I agree with that. I do think we win with Tua.

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Taylor just canít push the ball downfield. It sucks but unless they go Allen next week, we probably wonít win that either
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Taylor just canít push the ball downfield. It sucks but unless they go Allen next week, we probably wonít win that either
Didn't Taylor have a 45 yd(plus or minus) td throw to McClaurin?

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Actually not much of the offense was the plan. We are also missing our number 1 RT, RG, and TE. Our 2nd WR has been out.



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Just saying a backup quarterbacks play isnít normally my biggest concern. Ya donít expect your starter to go down in game one. Hard enough to find one serviceable quarterback let alone two. But TH should be better than this - especially today. That was rough.
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Old 10-24-2021, 08:22 PM   #21
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Clearly the best team performance of the season.

Anyone who doesn't recognise that should be watching pro wrestling.

Like I said. Forget about winning. Good losses are winning now.

This is one short post game thread btw. Nobody gives a fuck anymore. Lol.
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Like I said. Forget about winning. Good losses are winning now.

This is one short post game thread btw. Nobody gives a fuck anymore. Lol.
Correct. Dgaf is pretty much the sentiment.

I wouldn't say this was a good team performance, either, as Davy said..
We gave up 24, and only scored 10. If that's what we consider a good team performance....we might as well be watching wrestling..
Th seems pretty inept at this point. That dive to hold a td back was nightmare fuel. Terry dropped too many passes for a number 1 receiver. D played well in the first half....lost momentum.
No matter what happens week to week, we are who we know we are. A bad, bad, bad team.
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Yeah never seen someone slide at the one inch line for no reason. It is just another inexplicable mistake by a member of this team. They happen too often.
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even though i am about ready to lead the mob squad to run Ron outta town, u cant blame him for that ghost TD slide. seriously. smh, stupider than stupider. was a game changer
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Six drives of 45 yards or more. Thatís a boatload better than this offense has been playing.

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Six drives of 45 yards or more. Thatís a boat land better than this offense has been playing.
I agree thatís why the bone head mistakes in the red zone were especially frustrating.

The defense allowing the drive before halftime really hurt, but I think for on the road versus a quality offense with great QB they made some plays to keep us in it until the fourth.

Aggravating blocked kick, the offense doing a 0-3 or 4 on fourth downÖ.the Hiencke slide and Terry drop in the end zoneÖ.the offense needs to execute in the make or break moments, game changing plays. Itís winning football.

I think it was a better all round game from both sides of the ball
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I know we were bad but we must have been really bad if a 24-10 loss is improving. Too much I saw some good stuff today. Has Ron gotten into your heads?
This wasnít a complete game. This was a 24-10 fuckin loss filled with head scratching errors and shotgun formations from the one yard line and missed kicks and all sorts of fuckin garbage. Fuck that. I will never allow myself to get to the point that I am celebrating a fuckin 24-10 loss. This team may have a loser mentality. I dont. Lol. They suck and Ill continue to say they suck until they win more than they lose because it is about wins and losses not playing better than the last ass kicking. It is week 7 and we are excited that they seem to be finding their way for spurts? Wow.

This team is garbage. Hot fuckin garbage.
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Didn't Taylor have a 45 yd(plus or minus) td throw to McClaurin?

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He threw that one up nicely but Iím talking about the level 2 balls (where he has to drive it into tight windows)
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Like I said. Forget about winning. Good losses are winning now.

This is one short post game thread btw. Nobody gives a fuck anymore. Lol.

I was more pumped to see 12 in person and he didnít disappoint. Dude is unreal
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I was more pumped to see 12 in person and he didnít disappoint. Dude is unreal

Yeah man like I said lambeau should be on every football fans bucket list. And seeing Rodgers there is pretty damn iconic. Happy for ya man! Heard the fans there are super cool - like exact opposite of Eagles fans.
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