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Old 10-03-2021, 07:47 PM   #31
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ATL is really bad. Like that is a really bad defense. Worse than ours. But a win is a win, especially on the road. That POS call against Chase could have cost us the game. Luckily we were playing the Falcons.
This is why I don't understand why they played their last possession, before we took the lead, so conservatively. Their offense was kicking our defenses ass all game and their defense wasn't really stopping us at all. Why would they neuter their offense that was dominating, to trust their defense, that was not? Coaches just love playing it safe even if the whole game says otherwise.
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Old 10-03-2021, 07:51 PM   #32
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To me it looks like he gets a forearm up in the neck face area and it looks like he sort of throws it up that way. It wasnít necessary at all. I do not think the call was nearly as egregious as everyone else on here does. Maybe I gotta watch it again but got a couple pretty good looks on red zone.

Our D needs to have a players only meeting. Our offense is somehow, im honestly not sure how, scoring enough to win. Chase needs to go full animal starting this week and leave it all on the field. He has to be getting annoyed.
I think the refs saw Ryan's head kick up and called it. Was a bad call, but even a worse choice by Chase. He could have wrapped Ryan up rather than the forearm, or he could have used open palms and pushed Ryan out/down. Either way he set himself up for the penalty with the elbow placement.

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JamFwe need another GIF from you!!
Itís ugly but itís a win.
We take what we can get.

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Win is a win but I'm over JDR and Turner. Unfortunately though it also starts at the top with Ron. I'm mainly over the fucking play calling and scheme on both sides of the ball
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I think the refs saw Ryan's head kick up and called it. Was a bad call, but even a worse choice by Chase. He could have wrapped Ryan up rather than the forearm, or he could have used open palms and pushed Ryan out/down. Either way he set himself up for the penalty with the elbow placement.

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Honestly, and i said this live, I'm really not sure what he was even trying to do or thinking here.
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Old 10-03-2021, 07:55 PM   #36
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Sign me up for 2-2 right now with both wins NFC and both losses AFC
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Old 10-03-2021, 08:08 PM   #37
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To me it looks like he gets a forearm up in the neck face area and it looks like he sort of throws it up that way. It wasnít necessary at all. I do not think the call was nearly as egregious as everyone else on here does. Maybe I gotta watch it again but got a couple pretty good looks on red zone.

Our D needs to have a players only meeting. Our offense is somehow, im honestly not sure how, scoring enough to win. Chase needs to go full animal starting this week and leave it all on the field. He has to be getting annoyed.
I agree, I wish he had actually gone for the arm/ball maybe have caused a fumble and who know what, there was no one between Ryan and their end zone
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McKissic is one of the most unknown really good football players in the NFL. He is an absolute stud for us. Give that man an extension.
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I agree, I wish he had actually gone for the arm/ball maybe have caused a fumble and who know what, there was no one between Ryan and their end zone
This is why it seems like CY just isn't in the same mental space as last year. I think he would have had that strip fumble last year.

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McKissic is one of the most unknown really good football players in the NFL. He is an absolute stud for us. Give that man an extension.
We owe both wins to a big play from him.

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McKissic is one of the most unknown really good football players in the NFL. He is an absolute stud for us. Give that man an extension.

He is the x factor. Came up huge last year too. Always in big spots. McKissic is an absolute gamer.
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Old 10-03-2021, 08:38 PM   #42
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I think the refs saw Ryan's head kick up and called it. Was a bad call, but even a worse choice by Chase. He could have wrapped Ryan up rather than the forearm, or he could have used open palms and pushed Ryan out/down. Either way he set himself up for the penalty with the elbow placement.

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100 percent he did. And if you watch again he thrusts it in that direction- also agree last year he would have made a big play there perhaps a strip sack. He is not the same. When someone like that is this far off and consistently for four games it is a code red problemo. Someone has to work with him to fix him and if that someone isnít on the staff well than adjustments have to be made to the staff.
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Sign me up for 2-2 right now with both wins NFC and both losses AFC
This is a good point TBH
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Old 10-03-2021, 09:25 PM   #44
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I see we had 6 penalties for 85 yards. Geez thatís a bad ratio. The replay on Chaseís penalty is unreal - the league should be shamed of itself for that one.


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Well I'd say at least 3 of the penalties were bad calls. The first 2 long pass interference calls and Chase's sack were bad calls. (Ironically the pass interference late in the game that they picked up flag on probably shouldn't have been picked up).
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I cant believe that call man, and it was late as fuck. It was almost like the league did that on purpose
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