12-03-2012, 12:42 PM #13
12-03-2012, 12:52 PM #14Regular 1st Stringer
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While I agree on most of what you said- the part about Leech couldn't *be* more off (Thank you Chandler Bing). He was open for big yards (5-15 every time we ran it- and got at least 2 first downs on the play) how do you pick that to knock?
That had a great game plan- and beyond divising that new play for Leech (which looks like the *only* thing they did this week- it didn't seem like we really prepared for much- except for expecting Batch and the Steelers to fold.
Joe played poorly yesterday- Forcing too many balls, and not running or getting rid of the ball when he could have. No Sugar Huddle? It didn't look like we blitzed all game- there were many reasons why we could have won, and reasons we should have gotten beaten worse. Too many things to overcome this year- but I still think we will win 1 home playoff game- and lose on the road.
It just doesn't seem like our coaches ever come up with enough new wrinkles to keep up with what the other teams are doing.
12-03-2012, 01:37 PM #15
Watched the Philly Dallas Game last night. Both Teams killing each other over the middle. With a Rookie QB and ROMOception.
Last night you could see where the middle of the field was the ABYSS once again. Last week on 1 Winnnig Drive. The best line all year was Boldin to CAM. You know the middle is wide open?. Cam responds REALLY?. That in itself explains it in a Nutshell.
Send CAM CAM upstairs so he can see the freaking middle. Or some new glasses.
WTB. SENSE OF URGENCY!!!!!!
12-03-2012, 01:39 PM #16
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