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On 11/9/2019 at 12:22 PM, Chloe6124 said:

Omg stop with the Kelly stuff. We can’t lose this game and we have no idea what Kelly can do. That’s is a dumb comment. Hoyer is a veteran who had won games in this league.

BrIaN HoYeR iS sO mUcH gOoDeR tHaN cHaD kElLy

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Just now, Lucky1 said:

BrIaN HoYeR iS sO mUcH gOoDeR tHaN cHaD kElLy


You forgot to use crayon!

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1 minute ago, MPStack said:


You forgot to use crayon!

Wish that was an option, gotta love when posters who don't know what they are talking about get exposed, and the dolphins are the one who helped expose them bahahaha

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Just now, Lucky1 said:

Wish that was an option, gotta love when posters who don't know what they are talking about get exposed, and the dolphins are the one who helped expose them bahahaha


I like when I smell Troll! And you definitely smell like one. 

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No, a troll is calling someone dumb for suggesting starting a different quarterback, I'm exposing the troll in this case

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Just now, Lucky1 said:

No, a troll is calling someone dumb for suggesting starting a different quarterback, I'm exposing the troll in this case


Oh, please enlighten us troll buster! 
 

 

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1 minute ago, MPStack said:


Oh, please enlighten us troll buster! 
 

 

What's really funny is nobody pulled your chain and yet here you are

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Just now, Lucky1 said:

What's really funny is nobody pulled your chain and yet here you are


Present your 

 

evidence GIF

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17 hours ago, NewColtsFan said:

 

Only you would call “thinking you know more than Reich/Ballard” silly personal rhetoric.    Because you know it closes down some of the sillier posts that are made.   And you’d know this because you’ve made some of those silly posts.   You’re dismissive of anything you don’t agree with.

 

Everyone is entitled to your opinion.  

Those are two separate things. Your personal rhetoric is your frequent drama filled put downs of other posters whom views you dismiss. 

 

I'm more than happy to debate with facts/stats. When folks fall back on the same old "xxx" and anecdotal stuff in the face of facts/stats, I really don't need to be dismissive...

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12 hours ago, Chloe6124 said:

Do you ever stop and think Zach’s job was to block and he wasn’t part of the passing game plan to start the season.  Then when he had the game against Atlanta and TY went out he showed what he can do and since then they have made him the focal point of the offense. Get over it Denver has a great secondary. We weren’t going to do much in the passing game. 

I'm not talking about plays that he stayed in to block. We're talking about passing route plays (for Pascal). Denver does have a good secondary, but there were plenty of guys open that weren't seen. It's that simple.

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11 hours ago, shastamasta said:

 

In the ATL game, on both of Pascal's catches...he was the first read...so of course JB saw him...because he was starting at him (and he was wide open).

 

Those were great play calls from Reich that took advantage of ATL's weaknesses...and great execution from JB and Pascal. But ATL's pass defense is atrocious...so it's not always going to be that easy.

On the TD to the right, pretty sure the shallow sideline was his first read. I give him props for seeing Pascal, but it was punch-you-in-nose obvious blown coverage. The 35 yarder I do think was the first read, but was also blown coverage. And yes, ATL was horrible. 

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On 11/9/2019 at 12:22 PM, Chloe6124 said:

Omg stop with the Kelly stuff. We can’t lose this game and we have no idea what Kelly can do. That’s is a dumb comment. Hoyer is a veteran who had won games in this league.

read this 11-10 sunday night

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1 hour ago, EastStreet said:

On the TD to the right, pretty sure the shallow sideline was his first read. I give him props for seeing Pascal, but it was punch-you-in-nose obvious blown coverage. The 35 yarder I do think was the first read, but was also blown coverage. And yes, ATL was horrible. 

 

Just IMO...but pump-faking to the shallow sideline was an intentional move to get the LB to bite and then throw it over his head to Pascal...who was the first read. It was a great playcall by Reich...and ran perfectly.

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2 hours ago, Smoke317 said:

Did Marcus Johnson do anything today that justified waiving Cain for him???

The better question is did Cain do anything in 8 weeks to suggest that shouldn’t see what they have in Johnson?

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4 minutes ago, GoColts8818 said:

The better question is did Cain do anything in 8 weeks to suggest that shouldn’t see what they have in Johnson?

What has hoyer done besides  throw ints.

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Just now, Stephen said:

What has hoyer done besides  throw ints.

What on earth does Hoyer have to do with Cain and Johnson?

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5 minutes ago, GoColts8818 said:

What on earth does Hoyer have to do with Cain and Johnson?


Honestly, I been wondering the same thing. 

 

However, the nut jobs come out in full force when the Colts lose. 
 

 

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Cain, who was considered partly a "deep specialist" (and also not great at possession type routes) in college, would have probably helped in today's Reich Air Raid game plan.

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10 hours ago, EastStreet said:

Cain, who was considered partly a "deep specialist" (and also not great at possession type routes) in college, would have probably helped in today's Reich Air Raid game plan.

That was my point.  You got Hoyer out here spraying passes (& interceptions) all over the field...  Maybe you should have kept the big bodied receiver if you're gonna have Hoyer just throwing deep shots all game.  But Johnson caught 1 catch: which shamefully is probably just as many catches as Cain has had the last month...

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2 hours ago, rockywoj said:

Did Cain clear waivers?  Added to the practice squad?

 

Not yet

 

There's a little bit of noise connecting him to the Eagles...

 

Stay tuned, folks

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1 minute ago, BigQungus said:

 

Not yet

 

There's a little bit of noise connecting him to the Eagles...

 

Stay tuned, folks


Stay tuned for what? 

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55 minutes ago, BigQungus said:

 

Not yet

 

There's a little bit of noise connecting him to the Eagles...

 

Stay tuned, folks

Please Eagles take him.

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14 minutes ago, Blueblood23 said:

Please Eagles take him.

 

I mean I didn't say that like it would be just the worst thing if they took him, but we need a deep threat right now, and we don't have any outside of Rodgers so......

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16 minutes ago, Blueblood23 said:

Please Eagles take him.


To elaborate the Eagles comment from previous poster. A beat writer suggested the Eagles sign him, not that the Eagles are showing interest. The comment was misleading.

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I wonder if the reasoning to waive Cain and being up Johnson was because hoyer had been throwing to Johnson in practice.

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14 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

I wonder if the reasoning to waive Cain and being up Johnson was because hoyer had been throwing to Johnson in practice.

If it was, they need more practice.

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1 minute ago, Franklin County said:

If it was, they need more practice.

 

1 minute ago, Franklin County said:

If it was, they need more practice.

True very true.

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5 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

 

Figured this would happen.  It's where he needs to be if he's not ready.

Same place where Fountain was for most of last year.  Hopefully he puts

it all together enough to get back on the regular roster. 

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32 minutes ago, richard pallo said:

Ho Hum.  That says a lot. 

 

What says a lot to me is they waive him to activate Marcus Johnson. They had to feel he was not developed enough to contribute to their or another teams 53. Also seems to say they would not be too "upset" if they did lose him.

 

I mean this is different than something like having 2 safeties hurt and needing to add another to play the game. But they swapped him out for another WR that is at best a fringe player.

 

BTW... I am glad he is back on our PS . It wouldn't be crazy if he developed into a good 3# WR.

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