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  1. #16
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    Re: Sat. night QB accuracy



    Rice and the defence don't go up and come down with balls in double, or even triple coverage. Megatron is a freak of nature. White and Jones open up all sorts of options between them. In terms of receiving options Ryan as a deeper group, Stafford has been average at best this year but Megatron catches everything in sight.




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    Re: Sat. night QB accuracy

    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Van Cleef View Post
    Rice and the defence don't go up and come down with balls in double, or even triple coverage. Megatron is a freak of nature. White and Jones open up all sorts of options between them. In terms of receiving options Ryan as a deeper group, Stafford has been average at best this year but Megatron catches everything in sight.
    You missed the point. No one said Rice and the defense do what Megatron does. And therefore I won't point out the obvious and say Megatron doesn't intercept opposing QBs the play after Stafford throws a costly pick thereby giving Stafford another chance to be a hero. Yes, Megatron is a freak of nature.




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    Give credit where it's due, Ryan was a machine last night and Stafford was sharp. But they do have great receivers and those weren't worldbeating defenses
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlar View Post
    How many times did we hear how Boller would have been great if he only had a line?

    No, he wouldn't have.
    In no way am I comparing Flacco to Boller...but OriAl went down swinging with Boller and that "if Boller had an OL" stuff all the way until he left as a free agent.
    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlar View Post
    How many times did we hear how Boller would have been great if he only had a line?

    No, he wouldn't have.
    He'd have been better with better pass blocking, and more than one reliable receiver. Flacco, who is better than Boller, would be better than he's been with better protection. Tom Brady wouldn't be as good as he is without the protection he gets.
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    Give flacco the falcons oline and see what happens


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    Re: Sat. night QB accuracy

    Joe can stop the insanity today with a good game. That is all it will take.




  8. #23

    Re: Sat. night QB accuracy

    Quote Originally Posted by houstonravensfan View Post
    Joe can stop the insanity today with a good game. That is all it will take.
    No it won't. It will be the receivers or rice that gets credit. Bank on it.




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    Re: Sat. night QB accuracy

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlar View Post
    How many times did we hear how Boller would have been great if he only had a line?

    No, he wouldn't have.
    He probably wouldn't have been great, but he had a number of games where he had better protection and did quite well.

    The problem with Boller was Billick deciding he could take a raw talent and just shove it under center.




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    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    No it won't. It will be the receivers or rice that gets credit. Bank on it.
    Word.

    Joe is the red headed step child to some fans. No matter how little help he gets, he's the reason we fail. No matter how well he plays, his team is the reason we win.

    Dude deserves better treatment frankly, but for some reason, they're loathe to give him the respect he's earned.
    My motto was always to keep swinging. Whether I was in a slump or feeling badly or having trouble off the field, the only thing to do was keep swinging. -Hank Aaron




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    Re: Sat. night QB accuracy

    Quote Originally Posted by ActualSpamBot View Post
    Word.

    Joe is the red headed step child to some fans. No matter how little help he gets, he's the reason we fail. No matter how well he plays, his team is the reason we win.

    Dude deserves better treatment frankly, but for some reason, they're loathe to give him the respect he's earned.
    Which makes even less sense after the cadre of crap QB's we've had in the carousel for years. Someone actually found a way to downplay even that! It's amazing.




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    Re: Sat. night QB accuracy

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlar View Post
    Except for the pro bowls, rookie of the year who knows what this year, maybe MVP.
    Hear me well. Matt Ryan is a pud-wacking, panty-wearing, poodle walking suck-ass douchebag who needs 3 all pro receivers (Jones, White and Gonzalez), a dome, and a division full of shitty defenses to look good.

    He has yet to do one good thing in a single NFL game that actually MATTERS.

    Get him outside against a decent defense and watch him curl up like a worm in a bonfire.

    Give me Flacco 100 times out of 100!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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