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There is alot of small changes we need to make...that'll be a start

-Alexander needs to be a starter. Dunno how Applewhite got the start...but that's bs. Also, Keiser needs more playing time.

-Kuechly needs more playing time in obvious passing situations even though he's struggling as well...T.Davis, more playing time in general

-Pilares needs to handle KR/PR duties and needs more playing time.

-Way more aggressive D, even if it bites us in the ass later.

And I'm sure there are way more things we can do like making AE inactive and bringing up Fua to give us more bodies at DT. We gotta do better though

Agree, I would rather see us get burned playing more aggressive D then see us get burned playing a soft zone coverage with no pass rush.

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Lol never thought I'd get flamed on a FAN board for staying committed to my team. That's a new level of BS right there. You guys can keep whining all you want, but I see the good on this team. If you don't, maybe you shouldn't be here.

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Write it down, we're beating Atlanta. And Seattle, because I'm going to that game and will get down there on the field and start busting heads if we don't.

yeah okay, sure. I bet you'll be one of the fans leaving halfway through the 3rd

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