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Old 11-13-2005   #161
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Our DLine is playing really well, Dunta is playing really well, the rest of the defense? Not so much.
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Pitts looked horrible on that play.
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u have to admit the Texans defense is the most prolific defense to score on
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It doesnt seem like anyones open.
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Pitts looked horrible on that play.
Freeney will do that to you from time to time.
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interesting
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Carr looks frustrated. He isn't exactly exuding confidence.
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nice throw to the waterboy. time to punt
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This should be a game you come out firing and have some fun. What do you have to loose. So we loose by 50 or 70, but may be learn something. May be we learn how to stretch the field. This game is meaningless other than it could be a great learning experience. What is there to fear?
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Old 11-13-2005   #170
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He doesn't have his accuracy today. Some of those throws could have been a little more precise to make the play.
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We did open it up and go deep to AJ earlier, the corner was much closer to making the catch than AJ.
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This should be a game you come out firing and have some fun. What do you have to loose. So we loose by 50 or 70, but may be learn something. May be we learn how to stretch the field. This game is meaningless other than it could be a great learning experience. What is there to fear?

I agree. Run a flee-flicker or something. We lost anyway so might as well make it interesting.
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This game will simply be a showcase for Manning to get his numbers up.
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He doesn't have his accuracy today. Some of those throws could have been a little more precise to make the play.
That is certainly an understatement. At least he is trying to throw the ball instead of running all of the time?:brickwall
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LOL!! Coleman sucks. :brickwall
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Now, why do you think that capers has that very conservative style of play, because he knows that he can not put the game on his QB shoulders because he is not enough good, he hasn't enough accuary
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Please defense, just one stop. I know its the Colts, but I believe you can get it done.
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Yeah, that 2nd and 8 throw he had to AJ should have hit him for a 4 yard gain. Then you're in 3rd and 4 instead of 3rd and 8 (which against our pass rush is a world of difference...)
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Coleman comes into a stumbling Edge and still gets knocked on his a**.
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He doesn't have his accuracy today. Some of those throws could have been a little more precise to make the play.
To gain accuracy if you have to throw it at various distances, not the same distance all the time. Again, they need to open it up and have fun and see what happens.
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