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#37 CRA

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 03:56 PM

I like Norman. No idea why we played our corners so deep against the giants. Nakamura(safety) seemed to be lined up almost 30 yards from the line on some plays and that's just way too deep.(twss)

Norman is a feisty player who obviously loves the game, would love to see us run more bump and run with he and Gamble.

No question Luke needs to be playing inside. He is covering more field than Beason, and I don't want to see Phillips at all if possible.


I don't dislike Norman. Put is he is playing off it takes away from what he does well. Also, it would help if Martin could give him S help over Nakamura. Norman can get physical at the line....and Martin has the talent to cover the homerun ball. Nakamura has to play 60 yards off just in case a team gambles. The positioning off him shows their lack of faith in him having the talent to get there

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 03:58 PM

I like Norman. No idea why we played our corners so deep against the giants. Nakamura(safety) seemed to be lined up almost 30 yards from the line on some plays and that's just way too deep.(twss)

Norman is a feisty player who obviously loves the game, would love to see us run more bump and run with he and Gamble.

No question Luke needs to be playing inside. He is covering more field than Beason, and I don't want to see Phillips at all if possible.


Speaking if Nakamura, Rivera's comments on why he was playing deep had me scratching my head. He said something to the point of "he's used to lining up deep because he did in Baltimore." Well coach his ass up then, Ron. Tell his ass to move up. We were trying to from section 529 but he couldn't hear us over the giants fans.

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 04:01 PM

Speaking if Nakamura, Rivera's comments on why he was playing deep had me scratching my head. He said something to the point of "he's used to lining up deep because he did in Baltimore." Well coach his ass up then, Ron. Tell his ass to move up. We were trying to from section 529 but he couldn't hear us over the giants fans.

I think McD is limited there. Nakamura just doesn't have the talent to come down and cover the field on deep passes.

I am pretty sure he didn't line up that way in Baltimore and here bc he simply decided on his own to do it.

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 04:08 PM

Speaking if Nakamura, Rivera's comments on why he was playing deep had me scratching my head. He said something to the point of "he's used to lining up deep because he did in Baltimore." Well coach his ass up then, Ron. Tell his ass to move up. We were trying to from section 529 but he couldn't hear us over the giants fans.


He keeps talking like he's not in charge of all these things. Raising a lot of eyebrows.

All I know is, his football team better not lay another egg on sunday.

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 04:14 PM

I like Norman. No idea why we played our corners so deep against the giants. Nakamura(safety) seemed to be lined up almost 30 yards from the line on some plays and that's just way too deep.(twss)

Norman is a feisty player who obviously loves the game, would love to see us run more bump and run with he and Gamble.

No question Luke needs to be playing inside. He is covering more field than Beason, and I don't want to see Phillips at all if possible.



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Posted 26 September 2012 - 04:16 PM

Not Sure of your problem with Phillips. At least he is healthy and not like Beast or Luke are setting the world on fire.

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 04:17 PM

Keuchly's long term projection was always MLB in my opinion. It's time to make the move. Sorry Beason huggers.

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 04:29 PM

I argued against it all offseason, but it looks like it's time to give Kuechly reps at MLB to prepare for the inevitable.

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 04:38 PM

Give him 10 more million....

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 04:42 PM

Rivera said that they are trying to find an "identity"on both sides of the ball... he said when the defense plays soft, they struggle...when they play downhill, they play well... guess this means the corners should be on the LOS

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Posted 26 September 2012 - 04:47 PM

trade Luke for picks asap