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1. If the helmets were completely covered in that matte black, I think they'd be better. At first I though they were awful but after actual seeing them for a whole game, they grew on me.

2. Toss up between Mathis and Davis, but I think I will give the edge to Vontae.

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1. Agree with BigMac, just the matte black would be better, but the two tone helmet meh....

& I don't like the Disneyized logo, but it is seems fitting for the season they are having...

(reminds me of a saying that I find funny & is somehow fitting, "You can polish a turd...")

 

2. Reggie on offense with honorable mention to Fleener, just cause that guy got lots of hate from this board & he is steppin it up... 

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1. Agree with BigMac, just the matte black would be better, but the two tone helmet meh....

& I don't like the Disneyized logo, but it is seems fitting for the season they are having...

(reminds me of a saying that I find funny & is somehow fitting, "You can polish a turd...")

 

2. Reggie on offense with honorable mention to Fleener, just cause that guy got lots of hate from this board & he is steppin it up... 

Fleener will be "off" the board radar when he plays this whole year injury free and is involved in the offense.  You are definitely right on that.

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The best player on the field was Redding. He actually was dominate. Franklin was excellent too. And Moala did a nice job!

The TV coverage was pathetic about following our excellent D-Line play.
They hollered out Angerers name 4 times in the 1st half and he was actually in on one tackle.
 

Vontae did a great job but, who the receiver and QB he was competing against has to be factored in.

For sure, the scheme is working and we are just getting started. Nice!
 

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