OffensivelyPC

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  1. OffensivelyPC

    Will you be watching the SB?

    I dont know if I will or not, but it's certainly the first year, pretty much since Peyton Manning came to Indy that I just don't whether or not I watch it.
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    New England (+3) at Kansas City (1-20-19)

    Usually when someone says, "there's always next year," it's because they missed out again, and it's only the fanbase of theindividual team saying that. It's not supposed to be the rest of the country saying that about only one particular team in a league predicated upon parity. I just can't bring myself to watch. If someone were to put Belicheck in a coma or break Brad's throwing arm, I would feel bad, but not bad enough to enjoy watching a gimp Patriots team.
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    Colts want Adam Vinatieri back (Update) (Merge)

    Yup...at this age, he's earned it. Especially having come back from his groin injury and playing back to his usual form.
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    Colts want Adam Vinatieri back (Update) (Merge)

    I said a while back, he's earned enough goodwill in my book, I'd keep him until he proves he doesn't belong. You're playing a little russian roulette the longer you keep him on the field, but still...One of the few guys I've ever said that about and fully acknowledge that's not smart team management. Meh, that's why I'm not in an NFL's FO. Still don't care lol.
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    Rick Venturi on JMV

    I always wondered where that was coming from. I just chalked it up to the fact that I really only heard him on Monday's at 5pm. Thought maybe he said that on other shows. Still, in the back of my mind, I always thought, "Usually, it's the person who doesn't say that who says 'told ya so,' or it's the person that gives 10 different takes and reminds us of the time he did tell us without giving us the context of his other 9 opinions." It wouldn't surprise me at all if he either never said it, or did, but in a very different context than the one he claims in the moment. That doesn't mean he doesn't know what he's talking about or that I still don't enjoy listening at all. But I get the skepticism.
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    Rick Venturi on JMV

    That one guy on Dakich that was talking about the half heated field though was hilariously out of his mind, though.
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    Rick Venturi on JMV

    I disagreed with it but I also did agree a little bit with him. I do think people in general do tend to romanticize it. I remember for years Pats fans would always talk about the next big name free agent, whoever it was, would want to come there and would do it gladly at a discount because of who Bill and Brady are. As if they are doing them a favor by signing them. Team culture is a component of the success of any team - and by extension, what attracts suitors. But like any complex group of people working towards a common goal, you've got to not only function, you've got to function such that you are constantly progressing toward that goal. The ones that get noticed the most are the ones that do it better than everyone else. Just a simple fact of life.
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    Andrew’s poor short throws

    Don't forget, she doesn't know much about football, either. An elite authority on Luck's projecting Luck's health and viability going forward.
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    I believe in Reich but his KC gameplan was terrible

    I don't think anyone can disagree with that. The Colts can play bad, but if the Chiefs are also playing bad, we're in the game. However, the Chiefs capitalized on our mistakes. Credit to them.
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    I believe in Reich but his KC gameplan was terrible

    I could be wrong on that. It's not like drops are defined by the league, so that makes it a subjective stat. Sacks fell into this category for a long time and Tackles were not official stats until 2001. So someone may say 25 drops, and another solid authority might say 10. In any event, everyone can agree that being #1 in the league in drops is a terrible stat to lead the league in.
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    I believe in Reich but his KC gameplan was terrible

    Well, he is good. But the issue with knocks like drops, fumbles, errant throws, yadda yadda, is the timing of them. Out of all Ebron's drops, some of them were easily overcome, and others, like the 3rd down drop Saturday, were more impactful. 3 and out because of a drop is no bueno, especially since you're up against a team where a shootout is very likely.
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    I believe in Reich but his KC gameplan was terrible

    I wasn't making a sweeping judgment. I was responding to someone who said the knock on Ebron was drops - so I mentioned something about his drops.
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    I believe in Reich but his KC gameplan was terrible

    He led the league in dropped passes didn't he? I thought I remember seeing a stat during a regular season game where it was like 25 drops. I could be misremembering the number, but still pretty sure it was the league high. And that was like with a couple weeks to go!
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    I believe in Reich but his KC gameplan was terrible

    Game plan was not the issue. The issue is the Colts looked lethargic on the field. All game long. Execution was terrible. Game plans can't make your guys sustain blocks or throw accurate passes or hit the hole hard. We were down 17-0 in the first. That puts you on the verge of being one dimensional pretty quick. Not only that, we still did mix in the run quite a bit. But playaction is fooling no one when you're in 3rd and long and down 3 scores. That's why we didn't run it alot. We never established the run, and we certainly couldn't demonstrate a viable pass attack. Play action is just wasted motion at that point. Also, we could have run no huddle sooner, but with so many quick 3 and outs, putting your defense back on the field ASAP is not the wisest of risks.
  15. I think the fact that he never responded to your OP is proof that he did ignore.