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  1. Look, all I am saying is Willis on TG man to man is a mismatch. That's why defenses know better than to do something like that on a consistent basis. In earlier posts it seemed you were trying to say that because TG has lost a step that Willis could guard him man to man without being at any disadvantage which I believe is not true.
  2. The whole point of debating is attacking the points you are trying to make. In one sentence you say TG on Willis man to man isn't a mismatch, and then in another you say Willis doesn't guard TEs in man every play due to scheming. Do you know why? DCs know that while Willis is good in coverage, he is not a lockdown cover line backer who is going to shut down down the opposing TE. Especially a HOF TE like Gonzo.
  3. Once again noone is saying that Willis isn't a great player, but if your coaches decided to put him on Gonzo man to man all game he would have a long day trying to guard a 36 year old TG. Willis would definitely need help.
  4. Who said Willis isn't a great linebacker? If anyone is not accepting someone for being a great player it's you. Tony G is in his 15th year (13 pro bowls) including being voted the "starter" this year over younger explosive TE's like Graham, Witten, and even your Vernon Davis. Come back and talk when Willis even comes close to the kind of career that TG has.
  5. Sorry dude, but back then Gonzo didn't have a Julio Jones and Roddy White on the outside to draw coverage away from him. I'm sure back then teams gameplanned to take Gonzo away by doubling him. You can't do that now, like the poster said earlier there is no linebacker who can cover Gonzo 1 on 1.
  6. This truly made my day. Lol! Keep it up, it may just be some good luck. We are 1-0 after your last vid.
  7. Understand your frustrations but my expectations are still the same for this team. How a three point loss and a loss to the defending SB champs defines us as a team? I don't get that the only loss that I really have a problem with is the TB loss, but hey even the Saints lost to them in Tampa. So my expectations are still the same barring our team taking some drastic downward spiral. If that were to happen then you would definitely have to start questioning the coaching staff, because it would be uncharacteristic of the team to do that.
  8. The actual coaches and players can't look ahead to games in the future, but we as fans can. Its part of what we do. If we are discussing wether or not we can run the table its not going to effect what the players actually do on the field.
  9. Honestly with this rivalry I dont think it really matters. To me it seems like every one of these games we play against each other take on an identity of itself. Its almost like it will ALWAYS come down to who executes and doesn't make mistakes. But back to the OP question, we most definitely can but its all about our teams attitude. One of the best things that I have learned about this team under Mike Smith is that they seem to respond well after tough losses. We shall see.
  10. The best thing we have going for us the next two games are that we're at home. We are still stout against the run and thats what both Tenn and Minn want to do. So I think our chances of winning the next two are very good. With theTexans losing Schaub our chances of winning that game also increase because with Leinart and with him being left handed they have to change the complexity of their offense. They will definitely lean on their running game a lot more but once again thats our defenses strong point. So I think we are very much still in the division race if N.O. stumbles. The only problem
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