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  1. Will Armah Be Active On Sunday?

    You don't think Manhertz will take snaps in the backfield like Dickson did do you?
  2. Didn't want to make a thread on this but it is pretty interesting... Here's the defense rankings so far this year, sorted by yards allowed/game: 1 Carolina 393 196.5 273 136.5 120 60.0 6 3.0 2 Buffalo 469 234.5 354 177.0 115 57.5 21 10.5 3 Pittsburgh 474 237.0 326 163.0 148 74.0 27 13.5 4 Denver 517 258.5 413 206.5 104 52.0 38 19.0 5 Cincinnati 534 267.0 209 104.5 325 162.5 33 16.5 6 Houston 575 287.5 338 169.0 237 118.5 38 19.0 7 Detroit 578 289.0 471 235.5 107 53.5 33 16.5 8 Green Bay 589 294.5 358 179.0 231 115.5 43 21.5 9 Jacksonville 593 296.5 321 160.5 272 136.0 44 22.0 10 San Francisco 599 299.5 352 176.0 247 123.5 35 17.5 11 Baltimore 607 303.5 437 218.5 170 85.0 10 5.0 12 Philadelphia 608 304.0 432 216.0 176 88.0 44 22.0 13 LA Rams 610 305.0 306 153.0 304 152.0 36 18.0 14 Dallas 613 306.5 400 200.0 213 106.5 45 22.5 15 Seattle 618 309.0 375 187.5 243 121.5 26 13.0 16 Tampa Bay 310 310.0 290 290.0 20 20.0 7 7.0 17 Oakland 621 310.5 400 200.0 221 110.5 36 18.0 18 Cleveland 627 313.5 456 228.0 171 85.5 45 22.5 19 Arizona 633 316.5 475 237.5 158 79.0 48 24.0 20 NY Giants 649 324.5 382 191.0 267 133.5 43 21.5 21 LA Chargers 657 328.5 406 203.0 251 125.5 43 21.5 22 Atlanta 668 334.0 484 242.0 184 92.0 40 20.0 23 Tennessee 669 334.5 461 230.5 208 104.0 42 21.0 24 Minnesota 679 339.5 517 258.5 162 81.0 45 22.5 25 Chicago 683 341.5 502 251.0 181 90.5 52 26.0 26 Washington 688 344.0 538 269.0 150 75.0 50 25.0 27 Miami 367 367.0 323 323.0 44 44.0 17 17.0 28 Indianapolis 762 381.0 616 308.0 146 73.0 62 31.0 29 Kansas City 777 388.5 546 273.0 231 115.5 47 23.5 30 NY Jets 818 409.0 448 224.0 370 185.0 66 33.0 31 New England 966 483.0 700 350.0 266 133.0 62 31.0 32 New Orleans 1025 512.5 777 388.5 248 124.0 65 32.5 Obviously a small sample size with only 2 weeks and other teams haven't played the Niners and Bills, but there are 3 outliers. One is us allowing under 200 yards per game. The other two? Our next two opponents, on the opposite end of the spectrum, both allowing around 500 yards per game, with the other closest team the Jets at closer to 400 yards per game... Early to be looking at these and making much of them but it is pretty interesting. Figured I'd add it in here.
  3. So now that he's up on the 53 the question is will he be active on gameday or not? Here are the last week's inactives with everyone healthy: RB Cameron Artis-Payne DE Daeshon Hall LB Jeremy Cash C Greg Van Roten OT John Theus QB Brad Kaaya CB LaDarius Gunter Honestly, can't see why any of these guys would be active over Armah, after bringing him up this week. CAP clearly not going to be active with Stew, McC and Fozzy all healthy, considering he was never active last year when Stew was healthy when we didn't have McC. Hall unlikely to be up as our DL depth is wholesome without him. Likely a redshirt year for him if no injuries, which is just fine. Cash already has Norris ahead of him so probably not. Van Roten, maybe if Kalil can't go but in that case Kalil would take this inactive spot. Theus, no need for more depth active on the OL. Kaaya, no. Gunter, likely not as we already have a fair amount of depth at corner active. So I think he'll almost certainly be active, and evidence also seems to point to him actually contributing on offense. Dickson had been playing the FB position for us but now he'll be taking over Olsen's role so those snaps are up for grabs, and they aren't going to Manhertz... Big opportunity for the kid, hoping he takes advantage and shows something in pass pro, lead blocking and even the receiving game or short yardage runs. Thoughts on Armah's role this weekend and going forward?
  4. Both; there's no other choice.
  5. Kalil Not Practicing

    Norwell dominated week 1. Didn't notice him this past week, but the pressure was coming from the edges, not the middle.
  6. Kalil Not Practicing

    He could play without practicing, I won't be worried unless someone actually says he may not play.
  7. Peanut Tillman

    He's going to come back here like Peppers, only sooner instead of a stop like Pep's in GB in between.
  8. Would love him here as a coach, but it seems he has a new, much different calling... http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/football/bears/ct-charles-tillman-fbi-training-20170919-story.html Wish him the best of luck, and I'm sure he'd be a great FBI agent. Would rather he come coach up Bradberry and Worley in the Peanut Punch, but gotta do what you gotta do. Pretty interesting.
  9. Armah promoted to the team

    @Jeremy Igo and I:
  10. 13 points tops for your O. Could be enough to win against our poo O though...
  11. WP - Power Ranking

    Them and the refs against the Packers without both starting OTs and their all-pro wideout does not mean their defense is stout. Bears moved the ball against them with Mike Glennon and zero wide receivers... They are extremely overrated already this year. Packers defense is terrible too, easy to score on (except maybe for us). Not worried at all about the Falcons based on what I've seen the first two games.
  12. @thebigcat wanna go to the game together? you get the tickets I'll get the beers, that's probably about even.
  13. Do you have any clue what you're talking about? Last year the Bills built their run game around the FB position and their OL lead blocking for McCoy in a power run game. Not much has changed this year under McD. They signed DiMarco away from the Falcons specifically for this purpose. We don't have a fullback so we use a fullback 0% of the time. The Bills, and a handful of other teams, still utilize a fullback and in week one it was a part of their offense and McCoy's success.
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