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newton says shula called unbelievable game

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I agree, cant remember the last time a team had stellar game against Seattle. I expected it to be like this, its hard to complain if we dont light one of the best D's in the league up the only thing about it is the mistakes have to be minimized and we didnt do that.

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There were only minor issues I had with Shula today, overall he called a good game. Certainly well enough to win. Those drops killed us early on. Fumbles were the nail in the coffin. Not to mention those penalties.

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Olsen was really pissing me off at the beginning of the game, he has just looked lost and half dead since the season started.

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You believe beta and alpha males exists outside of the animal kingdom and that's hilarious alone.

But I guess the players can't hold any accountability. No him and Steve secretly hate their oc and are currently planning their escape to Dallas.

Uhhh. You do realize humans are animals, right? Lol Christ. I'm done. I can't. The rest of your moronic rambling, speaks volumes for itself.

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Just air it out against Seattle I mean Sherman has the most ints out of any player the past 2 years and Earl Thomas is one of the best FS in the league I mean what could go wrong. 

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Uhhh. You do realize humans are animals, right? Lol Christ. I'm done. I can't. The rest of your moronic rambling, speaks volumes for itself.

 

YES, WE ARE WILD ANIMALS AND NOT COMPLETELY SENTIENT BEINGS WITH FREE WILL, EXACTLY AND ALPHA AND BETA MALES ARE DECIDED  BY HOW YOU THINK AND NOT ANIMAL HIERARCHY, YOU ARE CLEARLY AN EXPERT ON THIS SUBJECT.

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Shula was not the problem. there were a couple of things I wold have liked to have seen different, but scapegoating Shula is just trying to lay blame on someone.

Who do you blame 49 offensive plays on? We had an advantage in TOP up until the fumble so that's not excuse.

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What killed our drives today wasn't anything that can be coached.

Drops, fumbles and holding penalties isn't on the coaching staff.

Or is it Shula's fault D-lo fumbled? It's Shula's fault Olsen had those early, drive killing drops?

Actually, as far as penalties go. Yes, it is Rivera's fault because we have a culture of lacking accountability.

Was it Rivera's fault we left a gunner out there that shouldn't be on the team in the first place after grape stomping some guy's balls and has no idea what the rules are regarding his job on STs?

Was it Rivera's fault we lost to Atlanta last season when Nakamura sucked ass?

Was it Rivera's fault we tried to sit on a 7-3 lead and went into cruise control, putting all the pressure on the defense to keep playing at a ridiculous level?

Players make mistakes, it takes a coaching staff firm in accountability and resolve that permeates the culture of their team to win in spite if those.

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disagree.  too conservative.  that second and 2 on the 38 i think.  deangelo got the ball both times and couldn't pick up the yards, meanwhile we have two GREAT short yardage backs in cam and tolbert.  neither got a touch, the hell was up with that?  only 3 designed runs for cam?  i know you need to protect your qb, but your best rb needs more than 3 designed runs

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Yep, Olsen was uncharacteristically poor today.

Yup and you're right about one thing.. Cam's drastic improvement he showed today in the short, timing based pass game shouldn't go ignored.

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