Demeco mic'd up. He cares, but he needs help...

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  1. DexmanC

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    good stuff
     
  3. WesmanTexanfan

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    nice find! Although, this just makes me think about that poster a couple days ago who claimed that we as fans care more about the game than the players. I think the example was Schaub, but regardless, it should be evident that winning the game is incredibly important to them.
     
  5. m5kwatts

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    Anyone who thinks Schaub doesn't care about winning as much as fans do is just dead wrong.
     
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    the sad thing is that when he was talking noone else was talking or seemed fired up other than Cushing, could have been an editing job but man it seems like he's the only one out there talking and working.
     
  7. DexmanC

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    It should also be noted, that the footage was taken BEFORE Pollard joined the
    team. So, we have 3 definite leaders into the future: Pollard, Cushing, Demeco.
    Once Mario gets his motor up, he'll be unstoppable. The possession the Colts
    had immediately following Schaub's first pick, Mario dominated on all three
    downs. I haven't seen an effort like that all season.
     
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    Nice, he's like a mini-Ray Lewis.
     


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    "I can't really talk to ya because your mic'd up" :lol:
     
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    Once Mario gets his motor up? Shouldn't that already be done? I agree Pollard is a talker and seems to be doing a good job, so now all we need is this on offense.
     
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    Please please please please please re-sign this guy already. :heh:


    Edit:
    Please?
     
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  12. Goatcheese

    Goatcheese Nightmare Over

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    You've got to love Ryans' heart. I wish we had this kind of leader in the secondary, like Aaron Glenn was. I remember him repositioning our young players so they wouldn't get beat, telling them what they did wrong when they did, and making sure they corrected it for the next play.
     
  13. No More 8-8's

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    If Colt McCoy was available in the second round of the NFL draft, would you take him?
     
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    Yes. Just not in thee first. Maybe if we traded back to 30 ish and picked up extra picks.
     
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    Hell no.

    NOthing against Colt.. but Schaub will never have a fair chance.


    Unless you're saying it's time for Matt to shape up or....

    you know.
     
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    All depends. Are we looking at a new staff being brought in? Do they like what they have in Schaub? Do we like what we have behind Schaub and is Rex willing to stick around as a backup?

    IMO Schaub has had an up and down year. His numbers look good and he might throw for over 4,000 yards, but is he the kind of QB who you can say he can lead us to a SB? I think he could be serviceable but we'd have to build up the defense, because he can't carry the offense himself. He's also made some pick 6s that have been real costly.
     
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    Thats the same thing I noticed. It was like he was talking to a bunch of zombies out there.
     
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    COlt is a top 15 pick IMO he will not be on the board by the time we pick
     
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    Save that talking energy for the field maybe there in beast mode and there is nothing to say only to stay focused
     
  20. Ryan

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    There are so many things wrong in this statement. Colt's hardly in the top 15QB's in the draft(he is) much less being one of the top 15 players. I say late 2nd/early 3rd at best.
     

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