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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

Lots of 'panic tackling'   diving and falling for every fake

Calm down

 

Yeah it reminds me of the Colts D a couple years/few years back.  

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The one thing I hate bout this style of D is if u get no pressure from the front 4 they make every qb look like he belongs in the hall of fame. Got to have pressure on on Eli and he is sitting back their picking the D apart 

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Just now, GwinnettColt said:

That ref reminds me of Lou Diamond Phillips. 

Very true.

Kinda' slow on the movie front for him.  This is his sideline gig.

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1 minute ago, Moosejawcolt said:

The one thing I hate bout this style of D is if u get no pressure from the front 4 they make every qb look like he belongs in the hall of fame. Got to have pressure on on Eli and he is sitting back their picking the D apart 

 

Yeah they have a bunch of work to do on the D side of the ball.  CBs, pass rush, players need to drastically improve.  It's just too young.  

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I’ve been saying for 3 weeks now that this was the trap game. This was the game this 2018 team was most likely to come out and lose. 

 

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Our young guys needed this. This will humble them for next year and teach them a lesson. Playoffs just aren’t in the cards this year. There is no evidence that our defense is going to turn up and stop them.

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Leonard - if you want to make a Pro Bowl argument, then alter this game!  Tipped ball, strip sack, something!

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The blitzes are not working. It’s not getting any real kind of pressure, and Manning knows where to go when they come. 

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if they score here this will be the 2nd most points they have gotten this season, and still most of the 4th quarter left.

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Just now, ColtStrong2013 said:

WHAT IS FRANK DOING. short. 4th down... that was a Pagano move.

 

 Nah too close to challenge. Need to keep the TO

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3 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

Our young guys needed this. This will humble them for next year and teach them a lesson. Playoffs just aren’t in the cards this year. There is no evidence that our defense is going to turn up and stop them.

Plus I just don’t see them winning a playoff game.

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The good and bad with our defense:

 

1. It's a simple defense that allows our players to read/react and play fast.

 

2. It's effective against bad QBs, however, it's simple for veteran QBs to figure out. 30 points given up against Eli.

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