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6 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

No just not a starter

How many RBs do you think we should keep?

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Just now, Fisticuffs111 said:

I don’t agree with Hines’ problems being all mental. Some of it? Sure, but I never saw any some guys were so hyped on him.

I never got the hype either. I was disappointed with the pick at the time and even more so now.

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1 minute ago, Fisticuffs111 said:

I don’t agree with Hines’ problems being all mental. Some of it? Sure, but I never saw why some guys were so hyped on him.

His speed

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2 minutes ago, Fisticuffs111 said:

I don’t agree with Hines’ problems being all mental. Some of it? Sure, but I never saw why some guys were so hyped on him.

The same reason some QB failures were hyped

   Measurables 

R. Travis earning a spot?

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2 minutes ago, Stephen said:

His speed

Exactly and he was supposed to be a weapon in the passing game as well. Thus far we have seen none of that.  

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Sloppy practices have equated to a sloppy game. Good thing this is just preseason game two...

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Just now, BCoop said:

The fact that Michael and Ferguson got all of the 1st team reps is a joke.

 

Its just preseason, Imo they are just trying to ease the rookie RB's into the league a little. LEttign the guys with experience try and prove themselves.

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Just now, bravo4460 said:

 

Its just preseason, Imo they are just trying to ease the rookie RB's into the league a little. LEttign the guys with experience try and prove themselves.

The injuries to the RB and WR corps were a major cause

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Just get Hines out in space. Let him make a couple plays and I think he will settle down. Doesn't mean he won't make another mistake. He's got the talent as a RB WR. I don't think and didn't think punt return was for him. Just keep feeding the guy and I think he will perk up.

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6 minutes ago, Stephen said:

His speed

 

And that’s fine, I was intrigued to watch his tape whenever we drafted him because of his speed too. But when I actually sat down and watched him, I was unimpressed, especially in the run game. The fact that he’s not even showing honk the return game? Not good for him.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, BCoop said:

The fact that Michael and Ferguson got all of the 1st team reps is a joke.

I agree but wilkins has to pass protect better

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6 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

4 Turbin doesn’t count

Who is out?  Fergusen and Oliver?   I may keep either of them over Hines.

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Just now, Fisticuffs111 said:

 

And that’s fine, I was intrigued to watch his tape whenever we drafted him because of his speed too. But when I actually sat down and watched him, I was unimpressed, especially in the run game. The fact that he’s not even showing honk the return game? Not good for him.

 

 

Yea hopefully we turn it around or the 2 game predictions might be right

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1 minute ago, Cynjin said:

Has ESPN lost so many subscribers that they can't afford to show replays?

Get use to it

  NBC, CBS, and Fox will do the same thing

     Not trying to show up Officials 

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Andrew how do you think you played tonight ???   His response "Not very well ".....I agree.

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1 minute ago, Myles said:

Who is out?  Fergusen and Oliver?   I may keep either of them over Hines.

Both Oliver can’t get healthy and Ferguson disappears like a ghost

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Just now, HOF19 said:

Andrew how do you think you played tonight ???   His response "Not very well ".....I agree.

I’m glad he is happy to be back and all but prefer him to be a little more ticked off and not so happy go lucky at times. 

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2 minutes ago, PrincetonTiger said:

Hines will not be “hidden” on the PS

Yea he ain't getting demoted to the practice squad but so far, he is who I thought he was. Too many people on the forum got caught up with his combine numbers. Bottom line, tape doesn't lie.

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1 hour ago, crazycolt1 said:

It is impossible to lower your shoulders to make a hit without lowering your head.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, JlynRN said:

It's raining here, so my directv feed is out, grrrr.  LOL.  Looks like we are on the board tho, wooohooo !!!

I'm laughing with you not at you JRN because whenever it rained my reception went on the fritz too. I won't miss that aggravation anymore since I dropped DTV & went back to Dish Network. Hang in there. I know exactly how frustrating that is. Trust me.

 

I forgot we played on ESPN tonight, but my DVR will record the game tomorrow on NFL Network at 3 PM CST.

 

Not much else to say other than I miss Gruden in the booth. #Spider Y Banana Withdrawal. haha

 

 

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2 minutes ago, strt182 said:

that video sure dont show any "grey" area plays that we are complaining about 

 

 

Grey area will get flags (refs always told err on side of safety), especially in pre-season.  Riveron says the calls may eventually get video review.  That'll lengthen games though...

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Just now, ColtsBlueFL said:

 

Grey area will get flags (refs always told err on side of safety), especially in pre-season.  Riveron says the calls may eventually get video review.  That'll lengthen games though...

The NFL put the cart before the horse

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1 hour ago, crazycolt1 said:

It is impossible to lower your shoulders to make a hit without lowering your head.

They don't mean your head cannot change elevation, they mean your facemask cannot be parellel with the ground.

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