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How about "Too Soon?"

I now expect zero sacks, the next three weeks. 

This thread makes me crave some White Castle.........  

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Yes I am the * that started this thread! I was excited to see the D line perform the way they did in the first 2 games. It has now turned into a ridiculous nightmare. I am certain the entire organization at the top is as dazed and confused as we all are. Here’s my dilemma - we re-signed great character guys

Kenny Moore

Margus Hunt

Pierre Desir

Signed Justin Houston 

And Drafted Speed players on the defensive side of the ball. 

I would say 1/4 way through the season the top 4 have not delivered. Hunt is actually embarrassing.

too early for the draft picks to grade yet, but Willis stands out as the top pick so far. 

This has been the best disappearing act I have ever seen. Big o-lines, fast QB release, Wr running free all over the field, I like all of our players, I just don’t like there performance. Team Reich and Ballard and Eberflus, get this fixed please!!

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On 9/17/2019 at 3:38 PM, MPStack said:

I now expect zero sacks, the next three weeks. :facepalm:

 

Then it would have to be-

 

"Nap Sack"

 

On 9/17/2019 at 4:06 PM, TrueBlue4ever said:

Secondary could be “The No Fly Zone”

 

Between the LB's and safety's, the

 

"Demilitarized Zone" or DMZ

 

because no defense takes place there...

 

 

 

 

 

 

:sarcasm:

 

 

 

 

 

maybe...

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Communication:

DLine: Coach, You told us to  “demonstrate” and then “suck”. 

Eberflus: No, I said “penetrate” and then “sack”. 

Ballard: Look, you are doing a great job, Matt.

Eberflus: No, I said “raise”, not “praise”.

Jacoby: Coach, here is that bottled water you wanted.

Reich: No, I said I want a “leader”, not a “liter”. 

 

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On 10/5/2019 at 5:07 PM, coltsva said:

I am hijacking this thread and turning it into a Patrick Mahomes nickname thread. Maybe it will slow him down like it did our Dline.

 

I'll start: Mahomes sweet Mahomes.

You're welcome everyone.

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21 minutes ago, coltsva said:

You're welcome everyone.

Yes I appreciate it! Not sure if it was my thread or MP Stack saying we wouldn’t have any sacks in our next 3 games.  

 

Anyways, a lot less stunting last night and a much more speed, bull rush. They all used there hands much better too. Let’s get the Maniac back healthy and see if the pressure can continue. Nice to see Moore get home last night off the edge. Go Blue!!

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