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Just now, threeflight said:

Another thing I commented on  mid season.  

 

Yes he is a good player but I think he has been fortunate at times this year getting some fluke plays in.

 

He is not Mack as LB.  Unless he gains 30 pounds he never will be.

 

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

Guys..there's nobody open....

they are rushing a 4 and dropping 7 and we are losing the battle down field

We didn’t need to throw on third down. We picked up yards running on first and second we could of ran on third down and got it.

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1 minute ago, threeflight said:

Another thing I commented on  mid season.  

 

Yes he is a good player but I think he has been fortunate at times this year getting some fluke plays in.

 

He is not Mack as LB.  Unless he gains 30 pounds he never will be.

 

Nor is he meant to be Mack in our system...

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3 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

What sort of defense do you think we play? Because it's been pretty good on the back end of the season. 

 

 

 

This is the curse of the cover 2. Anyone remember those Dungy years?

 

Once you get up against the best QBs in the playoffs they KNOW exactly how to beat it. 

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4 minutes ago, DraftMaster said:

Trolls are back I see...

Not at all.

 

Been a great year.

 

Next year I think they have a great shot at the SB.

 

But they need more talent.  Especially at the LB position and on offense.

 

Tbh the only players I think are worthing keeping on O outside of the offensive line are Luck, Hilton, Doyle, Ebron/Doyle, and maybe Mack.

 

But if you can get Bell?  You get him.  If you can get AB?  You get him.

 

This is an offensive league now and you aren't going to win with the players have on O right now.

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1 minute ago, John Waylon said:

 

This is the curse of the cover 2. Anyone remember those Dungy years?

 

Once you get up against the best QBs in the playoffs they KNOW exactly how to beat it. 

 

If it was that cut and dried then no team in the league would play it surely? 

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

WE hjave to get close to Patrick....we are simply not getting there

We require containing him.  He's getting pressure but he has an escape avenue.  He's most dangerous when he's scrambling.  He had time a couple of plays ago and threw a bad pass.

Gotta keep him in the pocket.

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They are eating up the zone just like everyone said. If we are going to win in the future with this team we are going to have to make some changes to this zone.

Plus Luck has to learn to play in cold weather. Everyone wanted this game but look it’s the same old colts.  They are about to score 21 in one quarter.

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4 minutes ago, threeflight said:

Another thing I commented on  mid season.  

 

Yes he is a good player but I think he has been fortunate at times this year getting some fluke plays in.

 

He is not Mack as LB.  Unless he gains 30 pounds he never will be.

 

 

He was great during the season. But he's been absolute trash the playoff games. Just do your freaking job. Quit running yourself out of plays. Every single big play the chiefs make it's on Leonard. He's again the worst player on the defense for a 2nd game in a row.

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Just now, threeflight said:

Not at all.

 

Been a great year.

 

Next year I think they have a great shot at the SB.

 

But they need more talent.  Especially at the LB position and on offense.

 

Tbh the only players I think are worthing keeping on O outside of the offensive line are Luck, Hilton, Doyle, Ebron, and maybe Mack.

 

But if you can get Bell?  You get him.  If you can get AB?  You get him.

 

This is an offensive league now and you aren't going to win with the players have on O right now.

I agree, I think we are playing with house money. I really didnt think they we would be in the playoffs let alone win a playoff game this year.

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