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Old 09-23-2018, 05:32 PM   #1
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Post game Packers

AP...run the ball we win

I donít know but this defense came to play. Holding that team to those yards and points...thatís a big win.

Oline got it going today
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Old 09-23-2018, 05:39 PM   #2
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Re: Post game Packers

Another game were we got lots of breaks, Iím not used to it. My concern just like the AZ game, great 1st half, nothing on the second half.
I think our OL is better without Lauvao, with Roullier at LG and Bergstrom at C.

Game balls to:

Peterson
Allen
Ionnadis
Payne
Richardson
Hopkins

Negatives:

Nsekhe 3 holding penalties
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Old 09-23-2018, 05:45 PM   #3
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Another game were we got lots of breaks, Iím not used to it. My concern just like the AZ game, great 1st half, nothing on the second half.
I think our OL is better without Lauvao, with Roullier at LG and Bergstrom at C.

Game balls to:

Peterson
Allen
Ionnadis
Payne
Richardson
Hopkins

Negatives:

Nsekhe 3 holding penalties

Yeah...think you could be right..but I did see a number of times running the ball that side roullier getting pushed back.
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Old 09-23-2018, 05:48 PM   #4
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Re: Post game Packers

This defense may be legit. Payne and Allen coming into there own out there today. If they continue to develop on the front seven, this will be a playoff team.

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Old 09-23-2018, 05:51 PM   #5
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Re: Post game Packers

Positives - game ball to Gruden. Every unit was flying around.

Negatives - we won by less than a million.

That game was great on every level. They were fast and they let the opponent make the mistakes.

Might be revisionist history, but hat tip to Jay. As El Capitan, one of his better jobs in his career here. That aboy Jay.

Alex Smith is a fucking leader, I just trust that dude.

AP, you balled out today, fun to watch. So glad we brought him in, well done FO.
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Old 09-23-2018, 05:58 PM   #6
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Re: Post game Packers

Positives:

We showed up to play today. Inspiring start from the offense, kept it going until we had the 28-10 lead.

Negatives: 2nd half momentum lost? We still did a great job keeping them off the board after their first 2nd half drive.

Indifference: Seems like the game could've been closer, if the Packers didn't commit as many penalties and drop that many crucial passes.

Also shout out to the garbage roughing the passer penalty on Matthews, the NFL gave us a present on that one. Let's call that one what it is: the furthering pussification of football. The fact that they immediately stood by the call tells me they are basically trying to remove hard hits from the game. I don't like it.

Also 2nd shout out to Jay Gruden for challenging the 4th down catch. From my tv, it looked like a catch to me, Cobb sold it well. If they hadn't been paying attention, we could be talking a different ending.
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Old 09-23-2018, 06:03 PM   #7
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Positives:

We showed up to play today. Inspiring start from the offense, kept it going until we had the 28-10 lead.

Negatives: 2nd half momentum lost? We still did a great job keeping them off the board after their first 2nd half drive.

Indifference: Seems like the game could've been closer, if the Packers didn't commit as many penalties and drop that many crucial passes.

Also shout out to the garbage roughing the passer penalty on Matthews, the NFL gave us a present on that one. Let's call that one what it is: the furthering pussification of football. The fact that they immediately stood by the call tells me they are basically trying to remove hard hits from the game. I don't like it.

Also 2nd shout out to Jay Gruden for challenging the 4th down catch. From my tv, it looked like a catch to me, Cobb sold it well. If they hadn't been paying attention, we could be talking a different ending.
First, I totally agree with what your saying with the Matthews hit...it a terrible call.

The irony is Matthews is being flagged for a rule that was created because of the Barr hit on Rodgers last year.
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Old 09-23-2018, 06:02 PM   #8
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Also that sack of Rodgers where Ioannidis? took down Bulaga and Rodgers was the stuff of legends. What a stud.
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Also that sack of Rodgers where Ioannidis? took down Bulaga and Rodgers was the stuff of legends. What a stud.
That was an amazing bullrush. He just pushed the tackle back like a blocking sled
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Also that sack of Rodgers where Ioannidis? took down Bulaga and Rodgers was the stuff of legends. What a stud.


That was my favorite play of the game. He literally sacked them both.
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That was my favorite play of the game. He literally sacked them both.
It was weird and awesome. Had to see a replay to make sure I wasn't imagining things. He was an absolute fantastic draft pick and that play was badass.
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Re: Post game Packers

Kerrigan is playing bad. Teams run right at him, they know they can kick him out and run right under him, he cant squeeze the block.
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Old 09-23-2018, 06:05 PM   #13
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This defense is a top 10 D if healthy. We saw flashes last year until allen went down. That guy is a machine. Payne was solid, Matt I is awesome. RK and PS were better

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Old 09-23-2018, 06:18 PM   #14
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Our O isn't pretty like we have said before, it's not going to "light it up" but if we can manage the game, limit TOs and score in the RZ we will be fine

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