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About JawnyBlaze

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  1. Offensive Tackles cost us the game.

    I'm hoping Daryl Williams is ready to take over RT next year.  Oher was fine this year.  Not great in the SB, but he wasn't a major part of the problem.  The issues with blocking last night were mostly Remmers, Remmers, RBs and TEs not picking up blitzes, and Remmers.  I think Oher got a false start or two, but didn't give up as much pressure as the others.
  2. lol I'd love to resign Hardy.  But you know it'll never happen.
  3. When Did You Realize They Weren't Winning?

    me too.  up to that point we were only down 6 points and plenty of time to come back.  when it became a 2 score game with like 3 or so minutes left, I knew it was pretty much over.
  4. Ealy made Super Bowl History

    Good post, didn't know he had set records.  He's gonna be a good one if we can just keep him on the field and stop this vet privilege nonsense.
  5. Remmers

    Remmers was the worst player on the field yesterday and our worst OLman all year.  I don't have anywhere near a Bell level of animosity toward him, but he doesn't need to be starting.  He can serve as an adequate backup.
  6. Super Bowl 51 Is Ours

    Lol some things never change. I used to think you were just incredibly dumb, but no one is that damn dumb. I am now more convinced than ever you are nothing but a petulant troll. 
  7. Yea I said in another thread RT needs to be a high pick this year cuz Remmers has been our weakest link on the line all year and yesterday he was the worst player on the field but I had forgotten about Daryl Williams. Hopefully he can take that spot next year and we can focus on DE, CB and S in the draft. I'm not too concerned about WR with KB coming back. I think we'll be fine with KB, Ginn, Funch and Philly. Maybe draft a mid to late round "return guy with potential" like Lockett was for Seattle this year but no need to invest a significant pick on the position unless there's a guy too good to pass up available. 
  8. he ACTUALLY said that poo?  forget what I said in the other thread.  fug that fuger and fire his candy bitch ass tonight.  leave him in SF.
  9. Cam backing away from the ball...

    smart move or not, it wasn't an issue of willingness or cowardice.
  10. Cam backing away from the ball...

    there's a gif in another thread of it.  he obviously didn't just run away and try to avoid getting hit or something, he was trying to reposition to make a play on it.  he couldn't bend over and get to it faster than the guy that was already on the ground, so the hop back was his way of trying to flop on it.
  11. Cam pouting at the podium

    I don't blame him.  He was probably too emotional to properly communicate with them anyway.
  12. Key Factors in the Loss

    Yea, no doubt.  Philly made a few plays without any major f-ups like all the other WRs, so he definitely was the best out there. 
  13. I think our offense wasn't a mirage at all, but it was allowed to breathe when Shula tightened his death grip on it.  We have the players to make plays when allowed to.  Sure, short fields helped, and we didn't have many more defensive scores than most.  Two pick sixes by Norman, two by Luke in the playoffs.  I don't remember any others.  Maybe one by Coleman, but I can't remember for sure.  When we needed to drive the field, we often did throughout the season.  If we were to just let Shula create the plays and have input on the gameplan before the game, but just let Cam make the decisions on what plays to run on the field I think we can return to this year's level of performance.
  14. Key Factors in the Loss

    Yea, I mostly agree with you.  Ginn should have caught that INT, that was a f-up.  And Ginn has always been quick to hop out of bounds, he's so slight of frame he's scared of taking big hits.  That's just what you get with Ginn.  I definitely said right after that play that if he had just cut right he would have had a free lane to the end zone.  Both defenders were facing the sideline and wouldn't have been able to react in time.  But still, for a while there he was the only receiver catching the damn ball and moving the chains, so that's why imo it was a slight net positive for him on the night.
  15. I'm not saying we should, as is obvious by my post you quoted.  But if we did it would be because our offense obviously improved the LESS he had to do with it in-game.