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Marguide last won the day on October 29 2012

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  1. What happened to Byron and the Titans? I missed him going to Dallas. So he went from starter for us to 3rd string for Dallas?
  2. There is and has been for many years a strong correlation between sacking the QB on a given drive, and holding the opposing team scoreless on the drive. That's why pass rushers are so well paid. So yeah, the article was doing nothing more than stating the obvious.
  3. Wildcat is a wasted play, simple and plain. You run that when you are down to your 3rd string QB. To run it while Cam is in the game is pure idiocy.
  4. It was a brilliantly designed play. Maybe it came from Chud's book or someone else's, but it doesn't matter. Very few plays are truly original for any given OC. But the OP is correct, it doesn't matter if Cam audibles, Shula deserves credit as well. I thought he called a great game last night.
  5. I tweet very little and if I remember correctly you don't tweet at all, but I'm sure if we put a lot of content out there, occasionally we would say something stupid too. Overall, I think Geoff is better than most.
  6. Lattimore is a great player and would have been a solid pick but we had to load up on some offensive talent. Maybe it works out in the long run, maybe not. But I think most of us were looking to get some weapons for Cam first and foremost. As for Kamara, in college he had a tendency to put the ball on the ground. It takes balls to ignore that trait during the draft. Given a do-over, I would still be comfortable drafting Christian.
  7. Hmm. Who should I believe? Geoff Schwartz, former NFL offensive lineman (who are usually very smart), or random fans on the Huddle? I think I will go with the former.
  8. I would bet that's pretty close to the average 3rd round bust rate league wide. The draft is a crapshoot. Sometimes it seems one could have the same result drawing names out of a hat.
  9. DG in retrospect

    Ahh. That explains a lot.
  10. DG in retrospect

    You mean the guy that could have been our kicker for the next 10-15 years, and who costs a hell of a lot less than Gano? The problem wasn't the wasted pick, it was keeping the wrong guy.
  11. I have to admit that I've never been sold on RR, no matter our record. He's a decent coach that belongs in the league, but he's far from the top tier in the league. What I don't get is how a great defensive mind can be so oblivious when it comes to offense. It seems you couldn't really be great as a d coach unless you fully understood offenses. I think his main fault is his overly conservative approach to the game/roster. That said, I love it when he proves me wrong.
  12. Yeah. But then I'm kinda old, so there are a lot of things that annoy me.
  13. Observations from today

    Enjoy your posts LO. Please keep them coming.
  14. I posted my reply after reading your comment on page 2. The mental midget reference is on page 5 or 6. And although I don't agree with that take, it may or may not have a prejudicial bent to it. Remember what people used to say about Terry Bradshaw? Or how about the QB in Washington who head-butted a wall? Everything is not about race.
  15. You have some serious issues. The vast majority of your posts drag race into the conversation, even when that angle has not been part of the discussion. There is nothing wrong with discussing the merits and faults of our QB or any other player. The only one that seems to see this as something related to the color of the player's skin is you. It might be time to seek some professional help.
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