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  1. The Patriots were third in scoring offense that year at 27.6 points per game, fourth in yards, and Blount had 18 rushing touchdowns. He definitely had some help.
  2. Jeff Ulbrich calling plays instead of Quinn, defense got 6 sacks and 15+ pressures. Offense had several long, methodical drives reminiscent of the Michael Turner days to chew some clock. Saints had a lot of penalties as well. Great win!
  3. Nothing but garbage time points. Isn't that what you always say when we're down? Can't have it both ways
  4. Oliver lined up on him at the snap, Oliver gave him a little push and let him go. Kazee lined up behind as well, neither followed Metcalf
  5. Our special teams unit, specifically our kick and punt return teams, was one of the worst in the league under his tenure in my opinion. Remember when Andre Roberts went to the Jets in 2018? He was named All-Pro as a kick returner. He averaged 29.4 yards per kick return. (Source: https://jetswire.usatoday.com/2019/01/04/jets-andre-roberts-ap-all-pro-first-team-jamal-adams-second-team/) With the Falcons in 2017, Roberts averaged 22.6 yards per kick return. It also seemed like he would often take the kick out of the endzone, foregoing a touchback, and end up short of the 25 yard line. This points to blocking scheme on kick returns, and coaching. Source on stats: http://www.nfl.com/player/andreroberts/497320/careerstats
  6. Abraham getting hurt in a meaningless week 17 game ruined that . Played on a sprained ankle
  7. The most frustrating part about that game is that Rodgers should have been sacked at least 6-7 times. It seemed like someone would get there and they would either fail to wrap up and bounce off of him, or Rodgers would escape and make some play downfield.
  8. Maybe not the Vikings game with the turnovers/short fields for their offense, but the Colts game? They drove 88 and 89 yards on back-to-back possessions and took almost 13 minutes off the clock. Offense and defense, coaching, discipline; it all needs to improve.
  9. Jordan Miller, he's listed as our 5th/6th cornerback along with Sheffield. I had to look it up
  10. One touchdown in 2008 and 3 in 2010; I forgot he played in 2010 honestly. http://www.nfl.com/player/brianfinneran/2500634/profile
  11. With you 100% there, KOG! I've grown tired of all of the OC changes every couple of years. Ryan and the offense would benefit greatly from stability.
  12. Drove down from NC with my Dad and brother, I'll never forget that game. Electric atmosphere, rode that Super bowl bound high all the way back up I-85
  13. Thanks for the memories Rocky! I'll never forget that Superbowl pick and the pure jubilation I felt immediately after. Best of luck going forward
  14. Thanks for the memories Tandy! Watched that game with a Ravens fan buddy of mine, and he couldn't believe it either. Then throwing the game winner to Roddy! What a game
  15. I definitely let out a loud "WOOOOO" after that kick. Felt the same as a Falcons W
  16. Joined in 2007, rarely post though. Mostly just lurk and read all the arguments and debates
  17. I can relate to that. Stomach issues for months from the stress. On the bright side I learned to not be as emotionally invested in things outside of my control.
  18. 10 to Julio in 2012 and 10 to Roddy in 2010 I believe
  19. Also the Bengals would have had to use their final timeout, the play reversal was a complete momentum swing.
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