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  1. I probably knew it was not going to happen after the first Von Miller fumble.
  2. WTF was that trick play yesterday?

    I don't think the play was a dumb idea. If it works, the defense all shifts to Ginn and Cam only has to beat one or two guys to get a big gain; if the defense sees it immediately and goes to Cam, Ginn could have room. The problem, in my opinion, was we hadn't really involved Ginn to that point, and that the ball was thrown way too far backwards to fool anyone. If the pass is nearly lateral, it would have had a better chance of working. And if it works, that's a big momentum boost - bigger than the Ted Ginn run against Arizona. It's a high-risk play.
  3. Do you trust Gano?

    Yes, I trust him. He's made far more than he's missed in the clutch - and he's not the first Panthers kicker to blow it in a Super Bowl.
  4. Positions we need to upgrade

    1) Gunner. Teddy Williams is awful and his play cost us at least 3 points. He leads the league in ST penalties. 2) Tackle. Oher is fine but we need competition for Remmers. 3) Corner. This is a depth issue. Not a must-do if Tillman is back.
  5. Maybe we can't pin this loss on just one person.
  6. Cam Post Game Presser

    This was a tough, physical game. His line utterly failed him, his receivers dropped everything, and he had a few fumbles. That's going to make anyone a bit glum. 
  7. We dominated in every phase of the game

    but wait what about Shula? 
  8. Evidently neither passing nor running was working. Every time we got something going, guess what happened? It wasn't a dumb Shula call. That happened at the start of the drive. It was a drop, or a turnover, or a missed field goal.
  9. Because it is OBVIOUSLY Shula's fault we lost, not the fact our receivers dropped eight passes, we turned the ball over four times and forgot how to play special teams. THE ONLY BLAME IS ON SHULA. SHUUUUUUUULLLLLAAAAA!
  10. Once again - playcalling was not ideal. But our execution was terrible. But that's a bit too complicated for you to understand, methinks.
  11. Yep we totally could have overcome four turnovers, eight drops, a missed field goal, and a horrid return game if only Shula called a few more screens and slants! I know this from my vast experience of watching NFL games while inebriated
  12. Doesn't matter what Shula calls. You can't win when you turn the ball over four times, drop the ball eight times, miss a field goal and decide not to tackle on special teams. 
  13. These people have the attention span of a gnat and the reasoning skills of a toddler. Don't think Shula is the worst an question the execution? YOU LOVE SHULA AND HE IS FLAWLESS
  14. Their defense couldn't stop the pass very well all game. We had eight drops. Those drops we far, far more of a factor than a couple of runs.
  15. Our receivers seemed completely unprepared to catch passes.