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Old 11-03-2021, 07:34 PM   #1
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WFT vs. the bye week thread

https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/...iss-next-month

WFT already losing the bye week with this news.

I'm just wondering how he broke his jaw. Did he land jaw first on the field? Was it an o-lineman that hit him wrong?

Get well soon - I think we can readjust our already low expectations for CY99 with Sweat out for a month.
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Old 11-03-2021, 07:39 PM   #2
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Re: WFT vs. the bye week thread

It's fine, that just helps the cause of getting a top 5 pick.. No shot they beat Tampa, Panthers is winnable but we'll prob lose since its on the road. 2-8 with Russell Wilson most likely coming back means 2-9 lol. I Don't see how this team wins 4 games total right now
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It's fine, that just helps the cause of getting a top 5 pick.. No shot they beat Tampa, Panthers is winnable but we'll prob lose since its on the road. 2-8 with Russell Wilson most likely coming back means 2-9 lol. I Don't see how this team wins 4 games total right now
I doubt they do. My buddy at week (eagles fan...eagles country where I live...) said he thinks we'll split. I said no way...after them running the score on detroit...I think we lose both those games. Only other winnable game is ny...and I think they take the dub. I can see us being 2-15. Maybe we randomly take one somewhere. But 3-14 is our ceiling.
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Old 11-03-2021, 08:57 PM   #4
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It's fine, that just helps the cause of getting a top 5 pick.. No shot they beat Tampa, Panthers is winnable but we'll prob lose since its on the road. 2-8 with Russell Wilson most likely coming back means 2-9 lol. I Don't see how this team wins 4 games total right now
*One of the least unlikely that we somehow have a shot (and still end up blowing it anyway)

But the Panthers as it stands are better than us. 4-4 team including a win against the Saints. Way better than us.
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Old 11-03-2021, 09:15 PM   #5
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https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/...iss-next-month

WFT already losing the bye week with this news.

I'm just wondering how he broke his jaw. Did he land jaw first on the field? Was it an o-lineman that hit him wrong?

Get well soon - I think we can readjust our already low expectations for CY99 with Sweat out for a month.
Wondering the same, didn't remember him getting hurt... Anyway that sucks.

Any word on our O-linemen ?
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Re: WFT vs. the bye week thread

How he broke his jaw explained here:

https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/w...re-per-report/
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Old 11-03-2021, 09:35 PM   #7
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Wondering the same, didn't remember him getting hurt... Anyway that sucks.



Any word on our O-linemen ?
Chase R is on IR.

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Old 11-03-2021, 09:41 PM   #8
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Re: WFT vs. the bye week thread

I heard he was standing there on sideline and blewitt was practicing his kicks and the next thing he knew he was seeing stars…
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How he broke his jaw explained here:



https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/w...re-per-report/
Thanks !

Really sucks for Roullier. He has been so reliable so far.
From what I read nothing too serious for Ereck Flowers.

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Re: WFT vs. the bye week thread

A few things. Rivera's decision not to bring in kickers over the bye week is incomprehensible.

J Davis played in 79% of the defensive snaps. I think that's huge. I know some was due to injuries but hopefully he is gaining confidence on the field. I have seen some plays where he flashed.

CY99 had over 90 in pff for running defense. That is where he shined last year too. He was in the 50s on pass plays. That's terrible, and with Sweat out I think he will be exposed even more.


Finally, how are we 2-6, and not seeing substantial changes over the bye. I really think Ron has decided to tank, even if he can't admit it.

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Thanks !

Really sucks for Roullier. He has been so reliable so far.
From what I read nothing too serious for Ereck Flowers.

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Weird, from the endzone angle you can't really see any direct contact to the jaw... Maybe he got injured on a previous play and this is when the pain kicked in...



EDIT: (can't find anything significant before that on the same drive...)
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Old 11-04-2021, 03:55 AM   #13
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Re: WFT vs. the bye week thread

Ok, busy week, slow day, I went back I watched the All 22 of our defense in this game.

Here are some random plays I thought were interesting, quite a lof of them are good plays, but I don't think this was an overall very good performance.
FYI, the Broncos went:
- 13 plays 42 yards Punt (drive derailed by a penalty, a sack, and another penalty)
- 7 p 38 y FG
- 9 p 75 y TD
- 8 p 19 y P
- 4 p 5 y P
- 12 p 30 y missed FG (drive stumbled after a lucky sack when Bridgewater was tripped by his center)
- 9 p 63 y TD (D went full creamy Brillat Savarin mode on this drive)
- 3 p 1 y Fumble

That's 2 legit dominant stops on 7 meaningful possession. Not good enough.

1) Nice play by Curl against the run




2) Nice penetration by Allen, nice tackle by Collins




3) So our hybrid LB Hudson can't cover a RB ? And wouldn't you like better effort by St Juste on this one (the DB getting blocked in the endzone by a WR having his back turned) ?




4) Love this play by Danny Johnson




5) Penetration by James Smith-Williams, good play by Jamin Davis minus the missed tackle, good pursuit, nice shed by Curl




6) Nice play by CY agains the run, but he's 1 on 1 vs a TE, as he was very often during this game




7) Why the F was CY covering on this 3rd and long ?! This is embarrassing, stop doing that to him and to us !

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Old 11-04-2021, 08:10 AM   #14
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Weird, from the endzone angle you can't really see any direct contact to the jaw... Maybe he got injured on a previous play and this is when the pain kicked in...



EDIT: (can't find anything significant before that on the same drive...)
Judging by the reaction, I suspect the block pushed his shoulder pad into his jaw, under his helmet. Had similar when a hit pushed mine into my neck, but just caused bruising. Looks like a really unlucky contact, not hands to the face.
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