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Old 11-06-2020, 10:07 AM   #16
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Totally agree but man they have not done their best to give him what he deserves.
Oh for sure, they could have helped him more
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Old 11-06-2020, 11:53 AM   #17
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Aaron Rodgers, out of his 364 touchdown passes, only one of them was caught by a player taken in the first round. That came during the 2019 season. The player who caught the ball, tight end Marcedes Lewis, wasnít even drafted by the Packers.
You mean 2; Lewis caught one last night too.
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Old 11-06-2020, 11:55 AM   #18
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Bears and WFT love making bad decisions in drafting QBs. I would even say it is kind of our jam.
I would say there are plenty of examples across the years where just about every team got QB wrong. But yes, we do seem to have a penchant for it.
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I would say there are plenty of examples across the years where just about every team got QB wrong. But yes, we do seem to have a penchant for it.
Your comment reminds me of the country song title, "You can't even do wrong right". That song should be Dan Snyder's walkup music.
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Old 11-06-2020, 08:58 PM   #20
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Wow...ton of positive covid test across the league. I think itís fatigue, people just living life.
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Old 11-08-2020, 08:39 PM   #21
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My guy Tua is 2-0
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Old 11-09-2020, 09:22 AM   #22
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Cowboys QB Garrett Gilbert is way more talented than Alex Smith And Haskins

Let that sink in
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Old 11-09-2020, 10:00 AM   #23
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Cowboys QB Garrett Gilbert is way more talented than Alex Smith And Haskins

Let that sink in
Capable and talented are 2 different things. Smith is far more talented than either but is currently (and maybe now never) incapable of performing on the level he once was. Maybe a full week or 2 with 1st team reps will improve things, but I'd say we're stuck with him as #1 the rest of the way and Haskins likely as #2, disgruntled or not. Maybe Haskins gets the wake up call that this is an opportunity but I doubt it.

I have a feeling we could be seeing a whole new QB room by camp next year...
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Cowboys QB Garrett Gilbert is way more talented than Alex Smith And Haskins

Let that sink in
LOL, let's not get ahead of ourselves. It was one game against an undefeated team whose games have almost all been one score victories. Gilbert did aight.

I'll give Dallas credit for bouncing back after being humiliated last week, that's about it.
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LOL, let's not get ahead of ourselves. It was one game against an undefeated team whose games have almost all been one score victories. Gilbert did aight.

I'll give Dallas credit for bouncing back after being humiliated last week, that's about it.
I watched half the game, I came away impressed. Lotta fight and toughness and he looked good.

Alex Smith one TD was all Terry, wasnít even a good throw. The ints were really bad. Alex did what he does best, check down.
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I disagree. He had a nice game, got the ball down the field more than we've seen in a couple years. The first INT was not his fault as the RB fell down. The last two were terrible for sure. That's someone trying to be a hero...Funny thing is he's not ever been known for making dumb mistakes like that. I chalk it up to being out for two years, and just pressing way too much at the end of the game.
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Old 11-09-2020, 10:13 AM   #27
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Alex was slinging it and not always checking down, I think that's what got him in trouble with the INT's he started feeling it and was letting it fly. He probably knew he had to be aggressive if they were going to pull it out. I don't really fault him. The early turnovers are what did us in, again. Bad teams fall behind early and often and that's where we're at right now.
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Yep, with the exception of the Dallas game, the slow starts are a weekly trend.
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3 ints...donít fucking sugar coat shit. Pathetic

Terrible trade and worst contract. I knew it when Bruce did it
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3 ints...donít fucking sugar coat shit. Pathetic

Terrible trade and worst contract. I knew it when Bruce did it
They tried to save face for letting KC walk... It didn't pan out like usual in Washington...
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