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#391 jayflip

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Posted 04 December 2013 - 02:33 PM

Last week CJ was out and we sacked Glennon 5 times. Much better performance.


And vs the Phins, lots if pressure was applied to Tannehill. Just not too many sacks. But Fat is correct in it's statement about CJ being a big factor in our DLine's performance....but that's what marquee players are...big factors.

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Posted 04 December 2013 - 02:34 PM

Our motorgraders are fueled and ready to smooth out the Breesway



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Posted 04 December 2013 - 02:35 PM

Pass rush is night and day difference without him. Dolphins have a patchwork Oline giving up the most sacks in the entire league and without CJ, the pass rush was pretty nonexistent most of the game. It actually was quite surprising to see one guy out make such a big difference.

Post like this all the time and people here won't think you're a POS. 

 

However, if you saw what Wes Horton did against the Bucs, you should be worried for Brees regardless if Charles Johnson is in or not.



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Posted 04 December 2013 - 02:39 PM

It actually was quite surprising to see one guy out make such a big difference.

 

Take Brees out of NO and see what happens...or take you away from the buffet line, for that matter.  Then you'll really see the affect one person can have.



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Posted 04 December 2013 - 02:44 PM

Take Brees out of NO and see what happens...or take you away from the buffet line, for that matter. Then you'll really see the affect one person can have.


Fat has thick skin. Nothing we say can phase him. Fat, thick greasy skin. Much like a rhino with acne. A fatter version of a rhino though, because typically, a rhinoceros is built like a tank, while Alejandro is built like a Michelin Man filled with mayonnaise.

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Posted 04 December 2013 - 02:53 PM

this riley character is trolling the fug outta people dressed up as a Panthers fan.  anyone on Brees' nuts like this is Stains fan.  he isn't even worth replying to.



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Posted 04 December 2013 - 03:02 PM

Post like this all the time and people here won't think you're a POS.

However, if you saw what Wes Horton did against the Bucs, you should be worried for Brees regardless if Charles Johnson is in or not.

Wes Horton has been horrible, he has just those 2 sacks against the Bucs and zero pressures the entire season. He has played a total of 139 snaps and has just 2 sacks with -9.7 PFF grade.

In that Bucs game, they had a total of 4 sacks and 16 pressures, yet only 3 sacks and 3 pressures came from the Dline, the remaining sack and 13 pressure LBs and secondary, they missed CJ. If I had to guess, they were manufacturing pressure with blitzes which left less people in coverage which is why Tannehill had open guys to throw to most of the game. Panthers defense is predicated on pressure from just front 4 to be at its best, the same thing that hurt them against Pats. Brady drove down to redzone on 6 of his 7 drives and the only drove that was stopped was the first drive where Vereen dropped a perfect first down pass, Brady scored on 4 of those 6 drives with one ending in a fumble at 13 yards line and other ending the game with a picked up PI call, but Brady had zero issues moving the ball down the field.

Now in dolphins game there were 22 pressures and 4 sacks but the impressive guy was Mario Addison, in 35 snaps he had 9 pressures and a sack all by himself. Although aside from that monster game, he has been pretty mediocre, just 1 pressure against Bucs in 21 snaps.

Bottom line, the numbers drop off a good bit without CJ, so lucky for Panthers he's back and rested this week,

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Posted 04 December 2013 - 03:15 PM

dont watch, dont know, just look up stats and feel like a genius!  Saints are lucky Brees' neck didnt turn into a slinky after the Brooks hit



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Posted 04 December 2013 - 03:17 PM

Poor Brees.



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Posted 04 December 2013 - 03:18 PM

Hey Fat, I am interested in knowing your fabulous opinion on why the Stains are only an average team on the road this year





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