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GmcFWA

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  1. JBs qb rating goes down as the game goes along. He's in the 100s in the 1st quarter and by the 4th he's in the 70s. It a problem. Just doesn't do enough to keep the chains moving.
  2. Some valid pts, but JB still mediocre. His accuracy is bad, he has poor clock/time management skill (tried to call 2 timeouts back to back no joke), just doesn't keep the chains moving when needed. And his 4th quarter qb rating the entire season is like 75, which is his lowest of all 4 quarters. Can't have that.
  3. This whole organization, top to bottom and including most fans, only want nice, boy scout players. Well, this is the result, soft and mediocre. No one willing to get in anyone's face, no killer instinct.
  4. The stadium "sound" seems to cater to 50+ yr olds that go to wineries on Fri nights and wipe the handles of the shopping cart down when they go to the grocery. Why are we hearing "Bang the drum all day" after scores? Is there a more lame song that they've overlooked? I just feel like the atmosphere with the music cut ins and whatnot does not lend to the crowd getting pumped. I'm not asking for hip hop of rap, I'm in my 40s and that's not my thing. But the entire soundtrack of the stadium is taken from q95, stuck in a time warp of classic rock.
  5. I've been thinking the same about Dez. Seen several articles about teams he could go to and the Colts are nowhere on those lists. As bad as we need a WR why not bring him in for a workout?
  6. Then you don't know the rule. On a catch you have to maintain possession as you are going to the ground. It's not like a run where you break the plane with the nose of the ball and it gets punched out immediately, it's still a TD. Here is a direct quote from the rule: If a player, who satisfied (a) and (b), but has not satisfied (c), contacts the ground and loses control of the ball, it is an incomplete pass if the ball hits the ground before he regains control, or if he regains control out of bounds A = secure control B = 2 feet down C = the ever popular football move He did A, he did B, but not C. The ball "contacts the ground and loses control of the ball, it's incomplete"... Or in the case of Ebron the defender gained control before the ball hit the ground, therefore interception.
  7. You have to control the ball going to the ground on a catch. He didn't. It was the right call.
  8. Gotta let him walk. No sense in "who is better" talk. At this point no one would be worse.
  9. Who cares who it is. A high schooler, a middle schooler, that girl from the US Soccer team. Anyone at this point would be more reliable than Vinny.
  10. Doesn't matter who you replace him with. I find is hard to believe any kicker that they bring in would miss 11 kicks over the next 8 games.
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