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Dog River last won the day on August 23 2010

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  1. Ditto...and IMO...really a shame for Andrews as I consider him one of the best NFL rb's I have ever seen play the game. Had the size of Earl Cambell with homerun breakaway speed.
  2. I saw one game of Peter's college career.....his senior season game against UGA. He owned the entire UGA oline and the offensive coaching staff..all by himself on a bad Kentucky defense...all game. I was "All-IN" just on that one game. TD and Smith watched every snap of his college career. Picking Peters in the 3rd was a "No Brainer". Peter's strength isn't physical...He was blessed with an abundance of natural born football intelligence. He didn't need much teaching to transition from NCAA to NFL Dline play. He plays smart. At this point, he has more than earned his 3rd round draft positi
  3. Me too Jbo. Hawley is being groomed to replace McClure, and IMO, has the potential to be much better than McClure. Johnson will replace him at RG after he heals. Personally...I'm good with that.
  4. I agree. When Mularkey was first hired....how many Steeler fans came here and told us "He's good for developing a young qb, but after the third year, everyone knows how to stop him because he gets predictable." They called it on the money. His playcalling this season was atrocious. There was no flow, there was no rythym. I think there was pressure from the top to be more cough, TD, cough, "explosive"....To try and justify the Julio trade. I also think Mularkey's passing offense..his flexibility in route design...or lack thereof...allowed good teams to memorize our route combos. The saints and
  5. Just wondering....What is it about Decoud that makes y'all wanna get rid of him? I mean...he's no superstar...but he did lead the team with 4 int's. This with Moore missing half the season, Grimes missing games, and a pass rush that wiffed more sacks than they got when they did get pressure.
  6. All I know is...in big games the defense would come out blitzing...mixing it up and playing well...then would go vanilla. Same as the offense. Like they were coaching scared and/or trying to justify the Julio trade. I put it on HC Smith. For example: Vs. Greenbay With a nice mix of run/pass the offense put up 14 quick points in the first half. The defense was shutting down the pack. After back to back sacks...the defense gave the o back the ball with 5:26 left till half. Score was 14-3. This is time to run the ball...Right? Turner was gashing the pack to this point. The pack was getting the ba
  7. Don't kid yourself into thinking Peyton hasn't been holding back for us. He's the premier offensive mind in the game right now. There's some formations and route combos they ran last year that they haven't ran yet this year. We will see them. That being said, Smitty and BVG know this offense just as good as the saints.
  8. To those who want to fire Bobo..go ahead..it won't change a thing. Yeah, he's not a good playcaller, but he should've never been doing it in the first place. He's just not qualified. And Richt taking over playcalling isn't gonna help much. We are running his protections, his route combinations, his audibles, his gameplans now. That's the problem. Richt needs to hire a legitimate OC and let him go. Give him your basic scheme and philosophy, then let him go. There's no way Richt can do his job as hc and try to be OC at the same time, and expect to have a chance in heck of beating really good tea
  9. When I say fear...I don't mean I don't think we can lose, I just don't fear them. I think we match up very well with them head to head and I honestly think we have a good chance of beating them Sunday.
  10. I'd say so. Ryan still needs to get the over throwing bug out of him. He got better since the last game, but he won't get away with much of that against the saints secondary. I know the cards are not the same team without Warner, but that defense isn't bad. Mularkey and Ryan attacked that secondary perfectly. Most don't know this about Mularkey, but Mularkey deserves some of the credit for Ryan's low INT's his first season. Mularkey will hold stuff back until later in the year when the players timing is better, because of the risk in the plays. We are not working with a full playbook yet. M
  11. The cardinal front 7 ain't a bad group either. Glad to see the team, but especially the oline, come out and play angry after last week.
  12. To be honest..and I don't mean to sound like I'm talking out my azz because we won big today...I've put a lot of thought and research into this opinion since training camp...but I ain't scared of the saints..at all. Lemme tell ya why. 1. While they are a prolific offense, with some balance in the run game, I believe our defense is optimally built to defend the saints style of offense. With the improvements we made on defense, we will cut down on cheap deep completions, rb's catching the ball out of the backfield and running free, and they will not run the ball on us. Just won't happen. Yes, t
  13. Note to Lombardi: MB posters are not members of the Falcon Organization.
  14. 5. The blue collar guys are either working, or deer hunting. Bow season just opened up, and deer hunting is huge in Georgia. 6. Many of the locals still have a bad taste in their mouths from the strike. Unions are not very popular around here.
  15. We're about to find out what this team is made of by how they respond to this loss. However... Going against lesser defenses.. The vaunted saints only scored 14..at home. The vaunted cowboys only scored 7.
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