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  1. #46

    Re: 486 Yards of Offense



    ...was not the reason we lost. Under the current rules, that Eagles offense is built almost perfectly. They are fast everywhere and have a mobile QB. The defense did a good job to hold them to 24 points.
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  2. #47

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    When is the last time a Ravens defense allowed almost 500 yards of offense against them?
    Wait until next week when Pees rushes 3 against Brady and gives him all day to find an open receiver. We'll wish it was only 500 yards given up.




  3. #48

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    My guess would be the Jets game the final week in 2000, where they got over 500 yards, but we won because Vinnie threw, I think, 4 interceptions, and Jermain Lewis ran back 2 punts for TDs.

    That was a great game because we had nothing at stake with the #4 seed wrapped up, but the Jets needed to win to make the playoffs.




  4. #49

    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Bengals last season, 483.




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlar View Post
    Bengals last season, 483.
    Good point.




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Pees gotta go




  7. #52

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelerhater View Post
    Wait until next week when Pees rushes 3 against Brady and gives him all day to find an open receiver. We'll wish it was only 500 yards given up.
    There are times you can do that to him as the rush of Ngata, McPhee and the OLB will get to him after 4 seconds and he cant extend the play to 5-7 seconds and run around till someone comes open like Vick can. We did this at times to him and it has worked it just cant be done inside the 10 as that is where he does damage with the 3 man rush but that may be different with Hernandez out.




  8. #53

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    Pees gotta go
    After one bad game of bad play calling he has to go. No make it one half.

    He called a heck of a game last week and a great 1st half. Its his first year here, give him a break after one half. Come on.

    He had the wrong game plan for when we are playing with a lead yesterday as that is when the 3 man rush started. He will learn and it wont happen again.




  9. #54

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    Pees did not Give Philly the ball on our 10 yard line or at mid field or even cause the misscomunication on the TD...


    He is at fault for rushing 3 at a QB who can extend the play and allow time for WRs to break coverage.




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Benny8444 View Post
    After one bad game of bad play calling he has to go. No make it one half.

    He called a heck of a game last week and a great 1st half. Its his first year here, give him a break after one half. Come on.

    He had the wrong game plan for when we are playing with a lead yesterday as that is when the 3 man rush started. He will learn and it wont happen again.
    did you see the bengals game? We gave up some serious yardage in that game too and couldn't get off the field, they converted damn near every 4th and 1, the offense kept the foot on the gas that masked alot of the problems on D.




  11. #56

    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Terrell Suggs is really good...




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Benny8444 View Post
    Pees did not Give Philly the ball on our 10 yard line or at mid field or even cause the misscomunication on the TD...


    He is at fault for rushing 3 at a QB who can extend the play and allow time for WRs to break coverage.
    Cam isn't the one that kept calling plays to extend phillys offense drive, the 3 man rush on 3rd downs was killer, and every team in the league knows we are soft to give up 4th down. might as well give teams the first downs, when they are 4th and 1.




  13. #58

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Hopefully we see a lot of pressure against Brady. If you stand around he's going to shed the defense.
    Not sure if anyone noted this, but Brady is no Vick. Upshaw was chasing Vick across the field on numerous occasions yesterday after beating his man. I hope he has similar success this Sunday.
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  14. Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Corvo View Post
    It's flacco's fault!!!!




  15. #60

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    I think some people are really in denial here.

    I'm not saying this is going to be a bad defense, but this is not going to be the defense we have grown accustomed to over the last 13 years.

    In a league that has moved to probably a 70-30 pass ratio for most teams with rules that make throwing the ball incredibly easy...we have zero pass rush, a DC who doesn't really bring the house with creative blitzes unless the game is out of hand, 2 of our 3 CB's are really struggling, and we don't have a single LB who is a plus in pass coverage.

    We are really going to struggle against really good QB's in the passing game.




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