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Why? It's because he listened to the T-Rich interview. T-Rich said he is playing well, so Donald's view on what is good play is totally skewed now.....5 seasons or so undone with one interview.

There you go again... so much hate for one man. Your commentary from game to game never changes. Mind boggled.

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It's can't be just their fault when we lose, and no credit when we beat great teams. That makes no sense.

It's not the coach letting these WRs run free. Or dropping balls. Or turning the ball over.

This team, top to bottom, is just wildly inconsistent.

Right because David Reed's stellar play is keeping him in games.

Players that have been playing poorly recently need correcting/COACHING up. If they can't turn it around then they have to switch it up. Coaches need to be there for these situations otherwise what's their job.

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I gotta question the coaching decisions.

 

1. Brown had a great game last week, so they make sure he cuts that out. We don't need first downs and hard running. Let's make sure we keep 2.8 YPA guy in there all game.

 

2.Whalen is placed on the practice squad, Rogers is inactive when we clearly need receiver help. But hey, at least we have 10 TEs. I expect we will look to add a few more.

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