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Old 12-27-2021, 11:07 AM   #46
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Doesn't matter who you have at QB as long as you have that turnstile OL that gives the QB 0.2 seconds to throw the ball.
Yeah, that's tough when you're on your fourth center and your third option at RG. The O-line have been pretty solid for the most part, but injuries are definitely catching up to them.

Heinicke wasn't under duress when he threw the ball right into Demarcus Lawrence's hands though, and with the first interception, he had time - just a bad throw to the inside - the only place the DB could have made a play.
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Old 12-27-2021, 11:13 AM   #47
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The OL has been top 10 all season.. Up until the last 2 weeks
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Old 12-27-2021, 11:19 AM   #48
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His play calling is limited because of what he has at QB.
This is something a lot of folks don't understand. Play Calling is all on the personnel you have.. We have a weak inaccurate throwing QB with really only 1 true WR1.. The TE1 has been out all season and now your best pass catching RB is out. What else can Turner really do?
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Old 12-27-2021, 11:27 AM   #49
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Im not going to make too many long term observations from the past 3 games. Roster issues everywhere and no regimented practice or study time.

This team isnt this bad.

Boys stacked the box a lot, seemed like they were just trying to shoot gaps vs playing any run D.

This week should be our first "normal practice schedule" week since the 3 game losing streak started.

Finish the season competent. Call it a year.
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Old 12-27-2021, 11:30 AM   #50
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Im not going to make too many long term observations from the past 3 games. Roster issues everywhere and no regimented practice or study time.

This team isnt this bad.

Boys stacked the box a lot, seemed like they were just trying to shoot gaps vs playing any run D.

This week should be our first "normal practice schedule" week since the 3 game losing streak started.

Finish the season competent. Call it a year.
I want to lose both games, no point in finishing 8-9.. 6-11 will get us a top 6 pick
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Old 12-27-2021, 11:35 AM   #51
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I want to lose both games, no point in finishing 8-9.. 6-11 will get us a top 6 pick
Agreed ... but id like to see some healing out there.

Been a tough off field, injury, covid season. Glad we experienced some highs after that 2-6 start.

Perfect storm of fuckery.



^^ my MVP. Glad he got some big Ws in during that 4 game win streak bc being there last night must have been brutal.
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Old 12-27-2021, 12:15 PM   #52
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His play calling is limited because of what he has at QB.
His options are run the ball with a RB leading the league in fumbles or a turnover prone limp noodle arm QB. It sounds like he picked his poison here
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I don't believe that Diggs can literally shut down McLaurin. This is 100% on Turner - his playcalling is terrible and predictable. This issue has a direct impact on McLaurin and the offense.
McLaurin has beaten Diggs on a few plays this season, but our QB play is hindering McLaurin. Not to mention, I, similarly to yourself, isn't much of a fan of Turner.

First things first, put a solid QB with McLaurin and you'd see he would give Diggs crazy fits.
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His options are run the ball with a RB leading the league in fumbles or a turnover prone limp noodle arm QB. It sounds like he picked his poison here

Yeah it’s not really easy to move the ball with that… and our offense shows. It’s one of the worst in football
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McLaurin has beaten Diggs on a few plays this season, but our QB play is hindering McLaurin. Not to mention, I, similarly to yourself, isn't much of a fan of Turner.

First things first, put a solid QB with McLaurin and you'd see he would give Diggs crazy fits.
It's hard to judge Turner when he's got limp wrist Heinicke throwing the ball and Fumbly Gibson running the ball. I know Gibby has fans here but I'm not one of them.
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His options are run the ball with a RB leading the league in fumbles or a turnover prone limp noodle arm QB. It sounds like he picked his poison here
Yep. It's all poison. But it begins and ends with the QB. There's no reason for teams to fear him whatsoever.
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Terry isn’t a True #1 WR. Even in college he was their #2 . He’s a great route runner and will go up and moss some folks but is he a consistent 8 catch a game guy? Like Adams, Cooper , Kupp etc? Probably not


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Old 12-27-2021, 02:32 PM   #58
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McLaurin has beaten Diggs on a few plays this season, but our QB play is hindering McLaurin. Not to mention, I, similarly to yourself, isn't much of a fan of Turner.

First things first, put a solid QB with McLaurin and you'd see he would give Diggs crazy fits.

Diggs isn’t a lockdown corner, he’s just a great athlete that could probably play WR too.
That pick last night was right in his hands, the ball has to be on the outside but again TH doesn’t have the arm to get it there.
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Terry isn’t a True #1 WR. Even in college he was their #2 . He’s a great route runner and will go up and moss some folks but is he a consistent 8 catch a game guy? Like Adams, Cooper , Kupp etc? Probably not


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I don't like the way Turner is using him. If he is having some trouble w/ Diggs, which he was in the first game, then you put him on the move, give him some switch releases. Turner isn't doing any of that. Hell line him up in the back field and let him run some routes out of that kind of formation. Be creative. Turner isn't doing any of that stuff.

Yeah we were outmanned yesterday, but I thought Turner and Del Rio were just flat out garbage. Did Del Rio send any pressure? If you are outmanned then you come into that game and you throw everything you have at the other team. What do you have to lose? Instead they just sat there and got horse fucked. I didn't like what I saw at all from either coordinator. And Ron doesn't do shit except sit there w/ his arms folded.
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This is something a lot of folks don't understand. Play Calling is all on the personnel you have.. We have a weak inaccurate throwing QB with really only 1 true WR1.. The TE1 has been out all season and now your best pass catching RB is out. What else can Turner really do?
He can stop running short yardage plays out of shotgun!
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