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Old 10-03-2021, 11:15 PM   #61
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Sign me up for 2-2 right now with both wins NFC and both losses AFC

And most of us probably thought weíd lose to the Chargers and the Bills. I know I did.


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Old 10-03-2021, 11:16 PM   #62
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Terry Bradshaw daughters are pretty fuckin hot. I bet their dumb as fuckin rocks tho.
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Old 10-03-2021, 11:20 PM   #63
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The three that really piss me off are Collins, Jackson and McCain, I would seriously put in Reaves and Everett in place.
Everett is a gamer too. I donít get why Everett, Reaves and Curl seem to get the scheme last year and play well. Collins and McCain out there bumping dicks and pointing at one another most the time trying to figure out cover 2.
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Old 10-03-2021, 11:25 PM   #64
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Checking out the film now, that KR was sop sick, great blocking
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Old 10-03-2021, 11:26 PM   #65
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People picking on the int's dropped, I have three thoughts:
1) we have seen lots! of cb's drop ints. As has been said, that's why they are CB's not WR's

2) nearly all of us wanted our qb's the last few years to put the ball up and give our WR's a chance. That's why 50/50 balls are called 50/50 balls.

3) On at least one of the "dropped" ints, McLaurin did the job of a receiver and broke up the int when he couldn't pull it in.

Finally, we had 0 turnovers, no fumbles, no ints. That's the stat that counts, not the almost's or shoulda coulda's
You're right it's not like dropped INTs are a complete fluke or should be considered certainty to go the other way.

I was mentioning it mainly for those saying we were somehow robbed by the Zebras, like we got many breaks too, and also to be aware that Heinicke is playing in an exciting to watch but dangerous way, and in some games those INTs won't get dropped.

We got away a bizarre win, I'll take it as a W, we probably won't get any other type of Ws this season anyway.
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Old 10-03-2021, 11:32 PM   #66
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I really hope Logan is OK. He is a huge part of our offense. Gonna be tough to go without him if he misses a significant amount of time.
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Old 10-03-2021, 11:42 PM   #67
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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
Almost? 😆
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Old 10-03-2021, 11:51 PM   #68
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I really hope Logan is OK. He is a huge part of our offense. Gonna be tough to go without him if he misses a significant amount of time.
Yeah injuries were a major bummer too... Logan, Scherff, Brown... Am I forgetting anybody?
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Seriously, Moreland played a lot better in slot than Fuller.

These dumb fucking coaches. Last year Everett, Curl and Reaves were much better than McCain and Collins at Safety. Itís not a fuckin argument
Not even close !

Front office morons.
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Old 10-03-2021, 11:53 PM   #70
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Yeah injuries were a major bummer too... Logan, Scherff, Brown... Am I forgetting anybody?
McTyer supposedly was carted out at the end of the game.

Keim wrote:

Torry McTyer is writhing on the ground in pain in the end zone.
The cart is coming out for McTyer.
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Old 10-04-2021, 02:06 AM   #71
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Nice road win vs NFC team.

Was it my imagination, or did it sound like there were a ton of Washington fans there?
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Old 10-04-2021, 06:32 AM   #72
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McTyer supposedly was carted out at the end of the game.

Keim wrote:

Torry McTyer is writhing on the ground in pain in the end zone.
The cart is coming out for McTyer.
I didn't see much of the game, watching on Redzone, but was it just me that got the impression the D walked off the field after that play and all but ignored him lying in pain in the EZ? Was it just the way the broadcast focussed on the guys coming off or did guys go back out to check on him?

If they didn't I'm beginning to think there's a culture problem on D (what with the lack of hussle already highlighted).
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Old 10-04-2021, 07:19 AM   #73
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I didn't see much of the game, watching on Redzone, but was it just me that got the impression the D walked off the field after that play and all but ignored him lying in pain in the EZ? Was it just the way the broadcast focussed on the guys coming off or did guys go back out to check on him?

If they didn't I'm beginning to think there's a culture problem on D (what with the lack of hussle already highlighted).
Maybe just in part due to being lost in the moment, don't think they have that kind of culture problem, think you are looking for culture issues where ther are none. There are issues, everyone is baught in apparently and yet the results remain bad, not a case of them not giving a crap about each other though IMO.
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Old 10-04-2021, 07:37 AM   #74
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Everett is a gamer too. I donít get why Everett, Reaves and Curl seem to get the scheme last year and play well. Collins and McCain out there bumping dicks and pointing at one another most the time trying to figure out cover 2.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I remember last year that after Collins went out with his injury is really when our defense started putting the pieces together. I'm sure that's the correlation, and not the causation....but I distinctly remember the units gelling more after he wasn't back there anymore.
The lbs needed help in the off-season, but wasn't addressed. We all knew that. Dl was the strong point, and our secondary got the job done down the stretch last year. On paper we had 1 weak unit.
They have seemed to regress exponentially. It's a real head scratcher.
Offense is producing way better this year. Makes sense with the upgrades, and having a qb that is at least average by nfl standards. Our qb carousel is a joke, but even more so the last 3 years.
This team is really hard to have any kind of expectation for. I thought we would come into the year as 9-8/8-9 +/-. Now I'm afraid we are 3-12 4-13 +/-.
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Old 10-04-2021, 07:37 AM   #75
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I've been critical of Heinicke but his leading that game winning drive was great. Unfortunately the D is still bad and had ATL had 20 more seconds Heinicke's efforts would have been for not.

On a side note, I listened to the broadcast on the radio for the first time in maybe 2 years, it was a tough listen. Julie Donaldson is terrible and MeAngelo Hall isn't much better. This is a far cry from the days of Sonny, Sam, and Frank.
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