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Being Richard Marshall:An Intervention


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#11 Montie_0123

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Posted 29 December 2008 - 09:15 PM

Turdo was calling plays the last two seasons. Marshall still made plays and jumped on wideouts and clamped his mitts on the ball when he got to them.

I do not think he is overrated(ie. he has bad passes thrown at him) just like DeAngelo is not Overrated(Foster fans used to say Deangelo had a better YPC cause Foster wore down the defense.) Of course with that said....[B]Marshall is not helping with keeping the secondary from stinking.

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That very much is true as a whole they need come together especially Lucas because out of all of CBs he's the getting picked up these last couple of weeks. But I think coming into to this year we all just had really really high hopes for Marshall. But now that I think about it, it actually worked out for us that he's played the way that he has this year because now we don't have to give him a huge contract to keep him here!!

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Posted 29 December 2008 - 09:33 PM

Since I can't watch most of the games here in KC (Sunday Ticket is not an option at my apartment complex), what changed so drastically after the bye? If I remember right Carolina was somwhere near the top 5 in pass defense for the first half of the year, and then they just started getting torched after the bye. From watching the national games the last couple of weeks it seems that they've been running a lot of zone with the intent of getting interceptions, but 1) our defense can't catch, and 2) it's not working. Any thoughts from those able to follow a little more closely?

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Posted 29 December 2008 - 09:38 PM

Since I can't watch most of the games here in KC (Sunday Ticket is not an option at my apartment complex), what changed so drastically after the bye? If I remember right Carolina was somwhere near the top 5 in pass defense for the first half of the year, and then they just started getting torched after the bye. From watching the national games the last couple of weeks it seems that they've been running a lot of zone with the intent of getting interceptions, but 1) our defense can't catch, and 2) it's not working. Any thoughts from those able to follow a little more closely?


lol yea we need to stop running this zone and play a lil bit more man to man!! I really don't feel that there are many WR's the can beat our CB's one on one. The only team I think can is AZ and we see how things turned out for them Three WR's with a 1000 yds.

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Posted 29 December 2008 - 10:35 PM

I think he's been pretty good on ST this year.

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Posted 29 December 2008 - 11:02 PM

i agree w/ most everybody. the problem is the scheme being used, not marshall himself