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#16 FearTheCats

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 04:44 PM

On the bright side if the Jets pick him up I doubt they go receiver at 18.

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#17 TheRed

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 04:44 PM

Please Proudiddy for the sake of your online family and those of us that enjoy your message board company, let the Gettlehate go.

 

Proudiddy says silly things sometimes, usually out of emotion, but I really don't think he hates the guy. I am a Gettleman supporter, I haven't agreed with him about everything, but I like him. Quite frankly this "us against them" mentality about him lately is getting tiring.



#18 Semaj

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 04:47 PM

I disagree. I think that they will go defense. But hey, what do I know?

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#19 thomas96

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 06:09 PM

But the Eagles were 28th in time of possession and won their division.

They're not in the NFC West man. Their division's almost as bad as the AFC North.

AND they had a cake schedule as a result of their bad record the year before

#20 BlackCnqstdr

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 06:24 PM

They're not in the NFC West man. Their division's almost as bad as the AFC North.

AND they had a cake schedule as a result of their bad record the year before

 

i was wrong they were last not 28th.  They averaged 27 points a game, 33 when Foles played the whole game.  Why does it matter how long they hold onto the ball again?



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Posted 28 March 2014 - 06:27 PM

i can see them going defense, but i know chip will be slobbering if Cooks or Beckham are still on the board when their pick comes up. no way he passes on one of those guys.



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Posted 28 March 2014 - 06:28 PM

I've never seen Proudiddy this frustrated over things he can't control. lol. Relax bro.

#23 thomas96

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 06:56 PM

i was wrong they were last not 28th.  They averaged 27 points a game, 33 when Foles played the whole game.  Why does it matter how long they hold onto the ball again?

 

Do you have any idea what the elite teams' philosophy has been through the history of the NFL? Run the ball, control the clock, and keep the other team's offense off the field. Helps to have a great/elite defense. If the Eagles had their offense on the field MORE, then the other team's offense would be on the field less and it wouldn't even matter much that their defense sucks. How do you think we did so well against teams with QBs like Drew Brees, Matt Ryan, and Tom Brady? We kept them off the field.

 

Do you also happen to remember the Chargers beating the Broncos late in the season??? If you watched that game you would remember barely ever seeing Peyton Manning because they kept him off the field. They have a good offense and a bad defense and won that game through clock control. They made the playoffs doing that same thing, by controlling the clock every game.



#24 ajax4132

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 07:09 PM

Chip is a fool



#25 BlackCnqstdr

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 07:12 PM

Do you have any idea what the elite teams' philosophy has been through the history of the NFL? Run the ball, control the clock, and keep the other team's offense off the field. Helps to have a great/elite defense. If the Eagles had their offense on the field MORE, then the other team's offense would be on the field less and it wouldn't even matter much that their defense sucks. How do you think we did so well against teams with QBs like Drew Brees, Matt Ryan, and Tom Brady? We kept them off the field.

 

Do you also happen to remember the Chargers beating the Broncos late in the season??? If you watched that game you would remember barely ever seeing Peyton Manning because they kept him off the field. They have a good offense and a bad defense and won that game through clock control. They made the playoffs doing that same thing, by controlling the clock every game.

 

I know that the two teams in the super bowl this year were 14th and 15th in time of possession. I know that Baltimore last year was 29th in time of possession, the giants who won it the year before that were 23rd.  Ball control is A strategy not THE ONLY strategy.



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Posted 28 March 2014 - 07:24 PM

I know that the two teams in the super bowl this year were 14th and 15th in time of possession. I know that Baltimore last year was 29th in time of possession, the giants who won it the year before that were 23rd.  Ball control is A strategy not THE ONLY strategy.

 

You're selectively looking at regular season ToP for teams that didn't have great regular season records (aside from the Hawks and Broncos, but those two each had eliteness on one side of the ball which is uncommon). Look at the ToP stats in the playoff games and the SBs themselves.  If the Eagles had an elite defense they could get away with it, but they have a sh(tty defense. And their offense is not even that great. Wait 'til you see what happens after a year of teams seeing it and losing Jackson... And if McCoy gets hurt again.... They would be lucky to score 10pts/game.  It's not "a strategy" or "the only strategy." It is a part of winning football games. Not the only thing, but it's important to every single team.



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Posted 28 March 2014 - 07:32 PM

You're saying go look at the ToP for one game but I'M selectively looking at stats? Got it.  Yea they both won ToP in the super bowl, but Baltimore lost ToP against Denver and got DESTROYED in ToP by the Colts so according to you they shouldn't have even been in the super bowl to begin with

 

So to recap Baltimore didn't have a great record (10-6) weren't elite on either side of the ball, lost ToP in two out of the 4 playoff games and still won the super bowl.

 

It doesn't have to work for everyone if it works for your team, and it worked for the Eagles.



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Posted 28 March 2014 - 07:48 PM

On the bright side if the Jets pick him up I doubt they go receiver at 18.

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#29 Panthro

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 07:50 PM

There is not a net gain or loss with DJax hitting FA. Philly just resigned Maclin and Cooper and might take a guy later. It actually may be a gin if a team that was ahead of us signs him letting another WR drop



#30 Panthers8969

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Posted 28 March 2014 - 08:35 PM

Anyone see the jets taking lee? I really hope they do bc I want cooks


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