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Jon Beason.

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Really had a bad game last night, he was the one who over shot the like 50 yard run play in OT. You think it's because he was sick?

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He overran a lot of stuff up the field. Maybe he was trying to compensate for the DT's. But he would start running upfield though one gap and the RB would just hit the next gap and Beason would have to start backpeddling.

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stop blaming Beason

he either does that or gets molested by an olinemen and then has ZERO chance

if our DT's would occupy blockers like they are supposed to, we would be fine

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last night showed how important kemo is to beason's effectiveness. hope he'll be back for the playoffs.

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stop blaming Beason

he either does that or gets molested by an olinemen and then has ZERO chance

if our DT's would occupy blockers like they are supposed to, we would be fine

God, my IQ lowers with each of your posts. I did not ever blame Beason, attempt to make use of your little brain before you type your filth into my threads next time.

thanks.

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Beason doesn't tackle as well with a Guard pushing him out of the play.

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I agree that Beason had an off night. The one short-yardage touchdown across the middle, Beason looked like a deer in headlights...frozen. He should have been in coverage. Before you jump me, NOBODY has been geeked about Beason the way I have; I think he's great!! Just had an off night is all...it happens. I don't blame any ONE for the loss. Both teams left a few plays on the field. The Gmen made a few more when they had too, that's all.

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Really had a bad game last night, he was the one who over shot the like 50 yard run play in OT. You think it's because he was sick?

Combination of illness and missing Kemoeatu.

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I don't think his illness had anything to do with his play. Considering Beason was getting blocked all the time by linemen cause Kemo wasn't in there to keep them off Beason...Beason still played a good game all things considering.

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The biggest thing I remember was that ball bouncing off Jon's hands, INT would have hopefully sealed the game.

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