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Old 10-02-2022, 11:11 PM   #46
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Did you watch the game? He was held over and over and never called.heís been solid this year, despite not having many sacks.
I have just as many sacks as Sweat. No way Iím giving him a long term deal
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Old 10-02-2022, 11:17 PM   #47
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Itís not just this game. Sweat hasnít been good at all this yr. I agree, he wonít get a Lt deal. Heís another Preston smith


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Old 10-02-2022, 11:21 PM   #48
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We have a good group of skill guys and a great interior DL thats it
RBís, TEís.
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I have just as many sacks as Sweat. No way Iím giving him a long term deal
Yeah, DE grow on trees. Itís only game 4 why donít we wait till the end of the season. Keim has been saying heís been solid.
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Lotís of negative vibes for sure. I didnít watch the game but listened for a bit on radio working in woodshop. Most people already hit on the top negative stuff. Penalties were killer so overmatched and undisciplined. Still donít know why Dax Milne has a roster spot. Four games in he has 3 targets all season. A team lacking depth at critical areas feels it worth having a roster spot exclusively for a mediocre returner with questionable decision making abilities. They canít do the small things right how can we expect them to do the big things right?
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RBís, TEís.
RBs are an average group (maybe better with Robinson) TEs are below average IMO. We have a good punter
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Old 10-02-2022, 11:41 PM   #52
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Did you watch the game? He was held over and over and never called.heís been solid this year, despite not having many sacks.

If by solid you mean absolutely invisible then yes he has been solid.
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If by solid you mean absolutely invisible then yes he has been solid.
If you are fed up with this team like you said, why are you still posting? I thought you were through with the team?
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RBís, TEís.

Robinson may be everybodyís hero right now, and deservedly so but we have no idea what kind of pro back he is going to be. Gibson has stopped fumbling but im not sure he is a lead back either. Love McKissic but he is pushing 30. It is hard to tell who is a good back behind this line anyway. TEís same thing. Could be talent there. Hard to tell with this quarterback. Point is we do not necessarily have a stud, or future stud anywhere in those groups.

DT, WR - we have studs / future studs. Nowhere else on the team.
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If you are fed up with this team like you said, why are you still posting? I thought you were through with the team?

Lol. Clearly said i love this board more than this team. Except when people drink too much after a loss and start getting personal. You wanna talk about football im all for it. You wanna be a baby and question why i am posting on this board ill leave you alone until you feel better.
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Robinson may be everybodyís hero right now, and deservedly so but we have no idea what kind of pro back he is going to be. Gibson has stopped fumbling but im not sure he is a lead back either. Love McKissic but he is pushing 30. It is hard to tell who is a good back behind this line anyway. TEís same thing. Could be talent there. Hard to tell with this quarterback. Point is we do not necessarily have a stud, or future stud anywhere in those groups.

DT, WR - we have studs / future studs. Nowhere else on the team.
I guarantee you a QB change and Robinson would fix many things on the O.
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I guarantee you a QB change and Robinson would fix many things on the O.

QB change would be more than welcome by many. Problem is do you roll with Taylor or Sam? Id hate to put the rookie through a beating in year one and ruin his confidence. That being said he has wheels.
This offense and offensive line is just not set up for what Wentz is. Not even close.

Robinson would be a plus just because of his story. If your his teammate and your not inspired by him taking the field just hand in your uniform.
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QB change would be more than welcome by many. Problem is do you roll with Taylor or Sam? Id hate to put the rookie through a beating in year one and ruin his confidence. That being said he has wheels.
This offense and offensive line is just not set up for what Wentz is. Not even close.

Robinson would be a plus just because of his story. If your his teammate and your not inspired by him taking the field just hand in your uniform.
The Steelers pulled Trubisky and put in Pickett today, he threw 3 INTís in relief. I think Howell is much better than Pickett and would do well. I donít see Howell as someone whoís confidence can be shattered heís a gamer like Heinecken. Only way find out is to play him and see what happens. Wentz is shot and either of our backups is better.
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Old 10-03-2022, 12:07 AM   #59
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There is no way Iím giving Montez Sweat a long term deal. Iíd rather pay Payne.

Jackson sucks because he wasnít a fit to the defense, a man corner playing in a zone scheme. Another poor Ron signing.
Jackson isn't a man or zone corner. He is just a bad corner.

I'd take Payne all day over Sweat.
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The Steelers pulled Trubisky and put in Pickett today, he threw 3 INTís in relief. I think Howell is much better than Pickett and would do well. I donít see Howell as someone whoís confidence can be shattered heís a gamer like Heinecken. Only way find out is to play him and see what happens. Wentz is shot and either of our backups is better.

Howell is definitely a gamer. Youíre probably right about his confidence . Listen id be all for starting Howell next week. Or Taylor. I think the switch should have happened against Philly. A change is definitely needed.
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