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Old 09-17-2021, 12:13 AM   #31
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So many things to be mad about but a w is a w. I am pounding a beer, taking two sleeping pills and going to bed.
I'm starting to move over to your side about Chase. He better start going nuts immediately.
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Old 09-17-2021, 12:13 AM   #32
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So far I'm not impressed with William Jackson, St. Juste was better, Fuller had some bad moments.
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Old 09-17-2021, 12:14 AM   #33
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I think Heinecke will work if Scott doesn't go pass happy.

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Old 09-17-2021, 12:14 AM   #34
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I don’t think it was a phantom holding call, but regardless how many times have we been on the opposite side with our team making the losing plays. Sometimes, when a team is getting its legs under it, they need those luck moments we got today.

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Exactly! It's still far too early in the season to say which way things are gonna go. We could potentially hit our stride in another month or so and become a formidable opponent each and every outing.

We'll eventually see how things goes.
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Old 09-17-2021, 12:15 AM   #35
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Things change weekly in the nfl. Who knows

Maybe Heineken stays healthy and Turner figures things out. Maybe our D took them for granted. Maybe JDR and RR lose their manginas. Maybe that win will spark some confidence and life into em. Or maybe we got real lucky at home against a bad team and when we play real teams we lose. Who knows?
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Old 09-17-2021, 12:16 AM   #36
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Never been so down after a W.

This D sucks. Plain and simple.

We may not win another one before the Panthers week 11.

Next week gonna be as ugly as it gets.

Still hoping for some Heinicke fun along the way, but we're drafting high next year.
they are just flat out bad. bottom tier defense.
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Living in Jersey i know a ton of Gints fans. Just got a text from one who said he is physically ill. Haha.
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So far I'm not impressed with William Jackson, St. Juste was better, Fuller had some bad moments.
When the Bengals make no attempt to resign you then something's up.
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Old 09-17-2021, 12:17 AM   #39
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We will beat the Falcons. Excited to have the offense show a spark. Gotta believe the defense will get on track at some point.

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I hope they do. But I won't believe it before they show it to me. They've been crowned a good defense before actually delivering. I'll wait and see now.

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My TH optimism was always based on the Defense hype I believed.. we were supposed to have this top D that would shut them down.. I never thought Taylor could take this team on his back .. for him to succeed we need Running game and strong D… with those things yes I believe he could lead this team …
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I'm starting to move over to your side about Chase. He better start going nuts immediately.
I watched him closely, nothing zero nothing.
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Old 09-17-2021, 12:36 AM   #42
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Re: Giants postgame

Interesting take by the big ole white dude in the post game show, that is a former player, but I can't think of his name.

He was talking about Barkley and about how much time you can wait for him to get comfortable. And he was emphasizing the new rules where physical practice is way more limited, etc. Knocking rust off needs a lot more actual game plays. Basically, it's way harder to hit the ground running nowadays, coming off a major injury.

I understand limiting offseason practice, etc., but there are 2 sides to every coin.
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I watched him closely, nothing zero nothing.
CY did make some plays, but not enough. As this D as a whole. The thing is I don't want to hear neither them or anybody else talk about the potential of nor the expectations for this D. Shut up and show it to us. They've been saying way too much for way too long.

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Living in Jersey i know a ton of Gints fans. Just got a text from one who said he is physically ill. Haha.
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My TH optimism was always based on the Defense hype I believed.. we were supposed to have this top D that would shut them down.. I never thought Taylor could take this team on his back .. for him to succeed we need Running game and strong D… with those things yes I believe he could lead this team …
The thing is we have the horses to have a strong running game, especially to set up the pass. I just dont understand why the obsession of going pass crazy.

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