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  1. Yes, that's what Ryan is doing or attempting to do, he just can't pull the trigger. He looked like shat as always. You're an apologist and a really good one.😆
  2. You can shave a second off the time, that doesn't change the fact the there were options on this play and options all day. Ryan froze up in the pocket. I posted the video, you ignored the fact that he could have thrown the ball to any one of those receivers breaking out of their routes and didn't. Ridley had 2 steps on the DB running away.
  3. This play is just one example where he had 5 seconds before getting sacked. Receivers are breaking out of their routes with separation and defenders trailing. They are open by any standard. Ryan is suppose to be cerebral. He cant walk to the line and determine the defense he's facing? His best option for a completion? Come on! Anyone can play this lousy ..and do it for Waaay less money. 3rd and 11 or 12 on this play. Count with me. 1/1000..2/1000...3/1000..4/1000 he has almost 5 seconds.
  4. There seems to be no cohesion..after all these years. This Qb and these receivers.. at times look like they've never played together. Where is the got to play..the sure route..any rhythum?
  5. Yep, Let the excuses begin. New uniforms, same low tempo and bland play calling.
  6. He watched the target the whole way(as he often does) and his wind up and release is slower than Molasses.
  7. Take off your rose colored glasses kid. You're trying to defend the indefensible. Matt is garbage.. along with many other aspects of this team. You should probably go back and read your analysis of a 3-7 team. It's laughable
  8. Troll? Surely you can do better than that. I bet I've been a fan longer than you've been alive.
  9. Declining in 1 game? Seriously? Are you Neo?...trying to bend reality to suit a perspective that isn't real? Everyone here understands progressions, blocking schemes, route depth. We also understand interceptions, fumbles, poor decision making, holding the ball too long, fear of pulling the trigger. We are at the bottom of the league ..and you want people to see how bad it can get? WE ARE THERE! why do you think we are complaining? Stop making excuses and assign the blame to Matt that he deserves. BTW. Julio played last week against Tampa and this same QB and the offense mus
  10. There are routes on almost every play that develop in 3 seconds or less. There were more than a few examples posted by the thread starter. Ryan had 3 turnovers..and he blew the throw on 4th down at the goal line. It was a pick play..Ridley was open for the score and Matt blew it. He was not under duress. On another play, Ridley got behind double coverage and was open for the score. A 25 yard pass and Matt threw the ball 5 yards too short. Ridley had to slow down and come back. We got a Pass interference when we should have had a TD. He was not under pressure. This happen all night.
  11. This has been the issue for a while. He is supposed to be a cerebral QB and this is his second tour in this offense. These players are all familiar to him. Drew Brees said, "The entire left side of My O-line is new. I'm going to shorten the clock in my head...I'll make it a point to get the ball out in 2.5 seconds." With Matt, almost ever throw was LATE and MANY OFF target. I lost count of how many times I yellED at the TV. "THROW THE '______' BALL!! 2 leaders of their teams...2 different approaches on how to prepare and how to lead.
  12. I don't baby my kids. I'm not going to baby a **** football team that's playing below sub-par. No one here is going to change teams. We are going to demand Better. Don't makes excuses for the QB who had 3 turnovers and a blown read to a wipe open Ridley on the goaline. Half of these sacks were on him. He simply will not pull the trigger. The guys covering the game pointed this out multiple times on multiple drives. Poor decisions, late throws. ****, on one play he threw a pass for negative 7 yards.
  13. I remember there only being around 1500 or so members back then in 99/2000.
  14. This D did not play soft. What I see is that Shaub was a better passer and more effective once he got the rust off and got into rhythm. Standing tall in the pocket, he made quick decisions and delivered a scrips clean ball with velocity. None of this odd leaning posture and long drawn out patting/tapping of the ball before throwing. No slow moving lolly-pops passes. The tempo was different today...better, even though we still lost.
  15. Yes, and what was his reward for playing the position so well. Move him to linebacker. This staff has slowly sucked the desire and talent out of these players.
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