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phan1
09-26-2004, 05:34 PM
Hey, I'm very happy we won, but we always have to evaluate what was good and what was bad. Our O-line got their hands full against the Kansas City D! :hmmm: That doesn't looks too good. Hopefully we'll do better on that next game. Carr had a whole lot of pressure on him and DD had no-where to run. I'm very glad our skill players were able to make due and get the job done. Carr finally shows us that he can make big plays when we need them! :headbang:

profan
09-26-2004, 05:50 PM
Oline play was really dissapointing. KC's defense has been under a lot of pressure this past week and really stepped up. DC had no time. What a difference between the two offensive lines. We need alot of work before Jacksonville comes to town.

Marcus
09-26-2004, 06:02 PM
I thought that Steve McKinney played an absolutely horrible game. Fred Weary clearly showed why he doesn't deserve to be a starter. All in all, they are not playing well as a cohesive unit, and I'm frankly getting tired of Carr not being given a chance to read the field as much as the other QB.

I'm hoping they show improvement as more game are played, but right now, they are not getting it done.

phan1
09-26-2004, 06:08 PM
Oline play was really dissapointing. KC's defense has been under a lot of pressure this past week and really stepped up. DC had no time. What a difference between the two offensive lines. We need alot of work before Jacksonville comes to town.

Yeah, when you looked at our O-line versus KC's O-line, the difference is like night and day. Looks like we're still stuck trying to find some O-lineman like we always have been.

Keldar
09-26-2004, 06:16 PM
I thought that Steve McKinney played an absolutely horrible game.

That is happening more times than not. Instead of drafting TE's and QB's we should have been drafting his replacement.


Fred Weary clearly showed why he doesn't deserve to be a starter. All in all, they are not playing well as a cohesive unit, and I'm frankly getting tired of Carr not being given a chance to read the field as much as the other QB.

Agreed!!!!!

I'm hoping they show improvement as more game are played, but right now, they are not getting it done.

The Jacksonville D-line is gonna stomp their heads in if they don't wipe the drool off their chins and get to work. :thumbdown

utahmark
09-26-2004, 06:57 PM
That is happening more times than not. Instead of drafting TE's and QB's we should have been drafting his replacement.


he is talking about mckinney. and he is right. thats the way the oilers were rebuilt in the 80's. they drafted o linemen. and those guys made mid level receivers look great. by giving a quarterback time. offensive lineman can make the skill player better than they really are, but the opposite is not true no matter how good those skill players are if they dont have time they look like sh**.

the texans tried to start the franchise concentrating on the oline but boselli and that right tackle(cant remember his name) didnt pan out. since then the offensive line has been an afterthought. hope that changes or carr is in for a long career.