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    Re: The Thanksgiving Day Game(s) Thread



    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Did Schwartz really attempt a 47 yard kick on 3rd and 11?
    Unreal. Fuck that little worm and fuck Detroit.




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    I have a feeling that the Skins are going to get pwnd in this game.
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    Schwartz needs to be fired, been saying it for awhile. This game summarizes his tenure perfectly. Flashes of great play followed by undisciplined bone headed plays, topped of with mental mistakes and lapses in judgement that cost them the game.
    “Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.”

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    Re: The Thanksgiving Day Game(s) Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by akashicrecorder View Post
    Whatever, dude. I am growing an ardent dislike for that team.
    I'm feeling the same pain you are right now. It's another game this season that a team can claim as a victory, but they had too much help getting there. Granted the Texans are a good, resilient team, but they had the benefit of a free touchdown. The game should never have gone to overtime. Even though the refs ruled correctly, according to the present rules, the Lions were robbed. OK, give a 15-yard penalty, but don't take away the ability to review the play and make it right on the field. That's horrible.

    Say one thing, say another, the Texans have the look of a Super Bowl team, not only because of their play, but because they're getting all the breaks and all the bounces. That happened to us in 2000 as well. We would not have made it to the SB had it not been for Al Del Greco missing two kicks in one game against us. Unfortunately for us, these Texans have that look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyMRaven View Post
    Granted the Texans are a good, resilient team, but they had the benefit of a free touchdown. The game should never have gone to overtime. The Lions were robbed. Say one thing, say another, the Texans have the look of a Super Bowl team, not only because of their play, but because they're getting all the breaks and all the bounces. That happened to us in 2000 as well. We would not have made it to the SB had it not been for Al Del Greco missing two kicks in one game against us. These Texans have that look.
    They've won against two losing teams. Lets not crown them champs yet


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    Re: The Thanksgiving Day Game(s) Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Did Schwartz really attempt a 47 yard kick on 3rd and 11?
    If you bobble the snap or whatever at least you get another go




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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyMRaven View Post
    I'm feeling the same pain you are right now. It's another game this season that a team can claim as a victory, but they had too much help getting there. Granted the Texans are a good, resilient team, but they had the benefit of a free touchdown. The game should never have gone to overtime. Even though the refs ruled correctly, according to the present rules, the Lions were robbed. OK, give a 15-yard penalty, but don't take away the ability to review the play and make it right on the field. That's horrible.

    Say one thing, say another, the Texans have the look of a Super Bowl team, not only because of their play, but because they're getting all the breaks and all the bounces. That happened to us in 2000 as well. We would not have made it to the SB had it not been for Al Del Greco missing two kicks in one game against us. Unfortunately for us, these Texans have that look.
    I'm not so sure. Firstly, every team has had their breaks including us. If Dallas weren't so idiotic, we would have lost that game. We had some scary moments, like when Cleveland had scored touchdown that was called back because of a penalty. Yes, we've been on the receiving end too, like in Philly.

    The one thing to take from it is that Houston aren't getting better. Their competitors, including us, are.




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    Re: The Thanksgiving Day Game(s) Thread

    Rg3 has the bet play action in the league.




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    Ah Josh Wilson

    He had a nice spell here even if it was very short




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    Morris is a very very good runner. Hard to bring down, reminds me of lynch.




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    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Rg3 has the bet play action in the league.
    Agreed. I don't know if he was taught that by Shanahan or not, but he's good. He's also more accurate than I thought, especially from the pocket. I'm mildly surprised at how good he is. I figured he was more hype than substance.




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    RG III is killing them. Wow.




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    The Cowboys need to fire their GM ... Oh wait ....
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    Re: The Thanksgiving Day Game(s) Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I have a feeling that the Skins are going to get pwnd in this game.
    Want to make any changes to that statement?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpsfan82 View Post
    Agreed. I don't know if he was taught that by Shanahan or not, but he's good. He's also more accurate than I thought, especially from the pocket. I'm mildly surprised at how good he is. I figured he was more hype than substance.
    I tought he'd better better than luck initially, you know that unpredictability, but I ultimately thought luck would have the better career, now I'm not sure. Whatever it is, rg3 has it. I never thought highly of Newton yet everyone crowned him, so next year will be the huge test. I just can't see him falling off the cliff though




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