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  1. Absolutely no excuse to not come away without any points when the balls on the Pat's 22. Field goal ices the game there. Taking a knee would've been better than what Ryan did by losing field position on three consecutive plays.
  2. Defense roll over? They couldn't get off of the field because of all the three and outs, sacks, turnovers, and holding penalties in the 4th quarter under the supreme generalship of Ryan. (I guess now is when you totally exonerate Ryan by blaming Shanahan... Go ahead, I'm waiting) You know there is no way Brees blows that. None.
  3. Wonder if Brees would've allowed his team to lose a 28-3 lead....
  4. Besides winning a Super Bowl? If that was the ONLY thing he ever did, that would still be better than Ryan.
  5. So what? I'd still take Brees. And prolly 90% of gm's would also...
  6. Winning the SB gives you a ton of capital and street cred regarding high picks that didn't turn out . i.e... Beasley , Peria Jerry, Baker, Weatherspoon... However, losing the most winnable SB game in history puts you on the hook for those disastrous picks.
  7. What astounds me is that Philly has a QB in Wentz who is 27. In the prime of his career. Whose arrow is pointing up. And is, when healthy, a legitimate mvp candidate. In spite of that, they draft Hurts. This team, run by a bunch of numbnuts, drafts marginal players, who if everything goes right, might contribute. One glaring potential problem might be with an aging QB who is 35... Whose arrow is pointing down... Whose best years are behind him... And is in the final years of his career. Despite this, these bunch of yahoos don't even think of drafting Hurts. Not even a thought. But Philly who has an MVP caliber QB in his prime draft Hurts. Makes you wonder...
  8. ---He was the best corner available--- Does the fact that you were the smartest kid in summer school make you a Rhodes Scholar?
  9. Oh you mean like Rodgers going 25th? Got it. It all makes sense now. Thanks for the clarification.
  10. Known as a "high floor, low ceiling" talent. That says what you see is what you have. Not going to get much better.
  11. ---He's not bad at all. He gets beat deep. --- Just what you want to hear about a corner you drafted. It's like telling your wife you love her, but can't stand any 'effin thing she does.
  12. Yeah... Sounds like a plan. That's what you'd normally do with your 1st round pick. Don't bruise his confidence. Bring him along slowly. Ease him in, so maybe by game 10 he can play on special teams... Yeah... I think Carolina has the same plans for Brown.
  13. That whole meaningless run at the end = Terrell. Meanwhile, if you did it right like Carolina, you would've gotten a difference maker in Brown who will be pancaking our offensive linemen for years to come and creating havoc and disruption. Way to go guys!
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