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Winners & Losers Of Tonights Game (?)

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Thomas was really the one that got beat on that TD pass and made a ST gaffe or two that I can remember, but he looked as good or better than you'd hope for your last string CB when he was playing defense (other than the long TD). I wouldn't call him a winner or loser of the game. I thought Clausen looked better than usual, but still got scared with any kind of pressure and threw the ball away too quick. Both the RBs were winners, they both looked really good. Medlock is the biggest loser of this game, but as a young guy he'll be excused for the (brief) time being for buckling under pressure.

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I wouldn't put Medlock on this list.

He hit the FG that was expected. At Heinz you flip a coin over 50 yards...it landed on tails twice. It's ok

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Thomas was really the one that got beat on that TD pass and made a ST gaffe or two that I can remember, but he looked as good or better than you'd hope for your last string CB when he was playing defense (other than the long TD). I wouldn't call him a winner or loser of the game. I thought Clausen looked better than usual, but still got scared with any kind of pressure and threw the ball away too quick. Both the RBs were winners, they both looked really good. Medlock is the biggest loser of this game, but as a young guy he'll be excused for the (brief) time being for buckling under pressure.

Ok, I remember the ST play now.

But on the TD toss, I have a hard time laying blame on anyone. It really looked like he and Smith were both in good position, but it was a perfect throw and an equally impressive catch.

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Some people on here tried to explain that there is a reason that Medlock hasbounced aroudn and even been cut by Canadian Football League teams.

He has a big leg but is very inconsistent. He is what he is.

The humoroushing about this situation is that the Huddle was proclaming him a stud last week and now wants him run out of town We are classic.

Now for Murphy.....he can catch the next Greyhound bus out of Charlotte. His ST units are absolutely pathetic and have een so for several seasons. Watchig their coverage schemes is laughable.....Keystone Cops kind of funny.

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TuTu was yanked from the game after his drop during the the first series. He's finished

Eactly. I would actually rather keep Armanti on this sqad than TuTu.

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I hope coach goes with youth and keeps A. Smith, T. Poole, J. Green, and L. Bryant. Poole to Practice Squad

Cut A. Edwards, J. Clausen, J. Vaughn (can't remember if cut already) and S. Tutu,

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Winners: Murphy, Pilares, Smith, Bryant, Nortman, Green, RJ Stanford, Clausen, Jason Williams, Reggie Smith

Losers: Tutu, Armanti, Van Bergen, Medlock, Senn

Although most of you won't, I added Reggie Smith to the winners list. I know he got beat for the TD, but he was in good position, and seems to play the ball pretty well. I do think he's more of a free safety though.

Loser: The Panthers if they keep Clausen around. Clausen's problems (weak arm and PANICKING at the first sign of any pressure) cannot be fixed. Not once did he complete a pass with pressure coming. He completely fell apart.

I'm sick of seeing it.

And yes, the pass to Bryant was under thrown.

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Eactly. I would actually rather keep Armanti on this sqad than TuTu.

Would rather have Green and Bryant. Need at least one big WR, and one super fast one.

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