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I understand it's the last game of the season, but I think we need to up the intensity given what happened last week.  If we come out like this in the playoffs, we can count on a one-and-done playoffs for us

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No.  Stop giving me commands and I'll stop quoting you.

I mean if it is going to continue making you this upset then I kind of want to keep giving you commands (which I wasn't btw). I told you to do something, I couldn't care less if you did or didn't do it. You could block me, that wouldn't hurt my feelings.

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Well Trent didn't get speed for Christmas. At least it was for a gain.

 

No.  Stop giving me commands and I'll stop quoting you.

Let's try to settle down here, guys

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Richardson is slow as molasses. He always gets dragged down from behind. He had some space out in front of him.

Then he needs to be a FB or he's released. He would make a great FB.

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I understand it's the last game of the season, but I think we need to up the intensity given what happened last week.  If we come out like this in the playoffs, we can count on a one-and-done playoffs for us

This is as intense as they can get buddy. Lol

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This is as intense as they can get buddy. Lol

I understand being conservative in your gameplan and not showing the defense too much or not wanting to risk bad plays or injuries, but this is brutal.

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Those pitch runs to Richardson look like they could have some potential

Trent just needs to pick up the pace.

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Those pitch runs to Richardson look like they could have some potential

I thought that the pitch plays were, relatively speaking, one of their better running plays.

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too close to overturn that!  :popcorn:

I agree. The NFL seriously needs to invest in goal line hard cameras. Four go pros could take care of that.

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Lance Louis has been impressive today opening a couple running lanes and a good pancake block on the TD Pass if his pass protection is more consistent and less like the game against the giants i like him as our full time starter at RG. I don't understand all the hate on Louis, throughout the year he's improved and has outperformed Thornton in my opinion.

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I agree. The NFL seriously needs to invest in goal line hard cameras. Four go pros could take care of that.

with technology as small andas cheap as it is, there is no reason to not have more cameras on the field

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