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#2904392 Dave needs to be watching the wavier wire closely.

Posted by fieryprophet on 22 August 2014 - 10:13 PM

The team needs reliable depth on the OL whichever way you spin it.


One guy behind both starters at OT isnt going to cut it.

 

That I strongly agree with, our backups might eventually be good but they are rawer than SuperJ's vadge right now.




#2904387 Dave needs to be watching the wavier wire closely.

Posted by fieryprophet on 22 August 2014 - 10:12 PM

Dude shutup all of them ALL OF THEM ARE BETTER THAN fuging BELL

 

I'd point out how retarded you are but you do such a damn good job of it yourself that I'll leave it to the expert.




#2904379 Dave needs to be watching the wavier wire closely.

Posted by fieryprophet on 22 August 2014 - 10:09 PM

Jammal Brown, hasn't he not played in 3 years?

 

You forced me to PIE Big A, SuperJ. This is how wrong you are. I just PIEd our resident Saints refugee.

 

Only a little disrespect intended, A ;)




#2904375 Dave needs to be watching the wavier wire closely.

Posted by fieryprophet on 22 August 2014 - 10:08 PM

They are already out there as well.

 

 

Jammal Brown

Jared Gaither 

Max Starks 

 

Jammal Brown has been out of the NFL since 2011.

 

Jared Gaither was so lazy he got dumped a year into a four year contract, is a noted locker room cancer, and has been out of football for over a year.

 

Max Starks actually graded worse than Byron Bell and is fighting to keep his career alive.

 

Wow, the fact that these are your answers tells me all I need to know about how little you know about football.




#2904344 An Actual Reaction Thread That's Not Retarded

Posted by fieryprophet on 22 August 2014 - 10:01 PM

Lord, the Huddle is so predictable.

 

1, 1A, 1B, 1C. It's preseason.

 

2. See #1.

 

3. We played our dress rehearsal Sunday against the Chiefs. The Patriots played their dress rehearsal tonight. We did not do much in the way of game-planning, hence the consistent failures on 3rd downs as our base defense held up nicely but succumbed to some well-designed 3rd down plays.

 

4. The Panthers obvious offensive focus was on passing plays no matter the coverage. Cam called no audibles and they did not give him a called running play. He also did fine overall, but was clearly not ready to pull the trigger on receivers other than Benjamin since he seems not to be able to anticipate their breaks. It's all timing that has to be ironed out, and soon.

 

5. Kuechly left the game long before most of the defensive starters, and a lot of the late coverage lapses came when Klein tried to handle the MLB duties on his behalf, including a few blown plays by Klein himself. It happens, but they were clearly trying to get A.J. some more experience at running the defense since he is also the primary backup for Keuchly.

 

6. Chandler Jones is a not a scrub, and Byron Bell only got beat badly by him once on an inside move, and it looks like he was expecting help from Silatolu.

 

7. Our OL depth is just bad; not necessarily from a lack of talent, but just sheer rawness and inexperience.

 

8. Swole Bones continues to make great plays, even when he's chasing down interceptors from half a field away.

 

9. I'm really getting concerned about Cam and Cotchery. They just don't seem to be in the same area code offensively.

 

10. Bersin has to make this team, he's just doing everything the right way. King helped himself again as well.

 

11. Fozzy continued to run hard, but the holes weren't there.

 

12. Philly Brown got a chance to show some moves, even if flags negated the gain.

 

13. Kelvin Benjamin is still beasting, and the Patriots eventually went to rolling coverage to him. This is exactly what we wanted from him; a player that demands double teams and opens things up down the middle for Olsen.

 

14. That Tom Brady guy might actually be pretty good, and we barely squeaked past this team last year when it mattered. We played a good team half-assedly in a meaningless game and the scoreboard reflected that. It hurts the pride but it's irrelevant beyond that.

 

15. Coaches love these kinds of games: much of the scoreline can be attributed to mistakes, not being physically outplayed, and mistakes can be corrected. So in an exhibition you took a quality teams best shots and get lots of film to take back and correct issues, and you get to bust your team's ass a bit in the process.

 

In summary, keep calm and stop Huddling.

 




#2904270 Dave needs to be watching the wavier wire closely.

Posted by fieryprophet on 22 August 2014 - 09:38 PM

Bell's performance tonight was not starting LT material. And he is too comfortable with knowing that nobody can replace him. Hideous run blocking and getting bulled rush is not the way to repeat a 12-4 season.

 

Let's see how smart you really are: who is a player that is starting LT material who will be available on the waiver wire?

 

Name me one player. Just one. If you can't, then shut the hell up.




#2903568 Rhythm of the Defense

Posted by fieryprophet on 22 August 2014 - 08:01 PM

Yes he does, but I think some WR's are struggling to get open.


Patriots are playing a lot of zone, Cam's not pulling the trigger probably because he's not certain of the receivers' breaks yet.


#2903541 Rhythm of the Defense

Posted by fieryprophet on 22 August 2014 - 07:56 PM

Klein kept losing the RB in coverage.

And Chandler Jones is no scrub, Bell can't be perfect. Cam needs to get the ball out quicker.


#2901778 Great Article That We Overlooked

Posted by fieryprophet on 21 August 2014 - 09:07 PM

http://www.redeyechi...2518,full.story

"Watch this footwork," Rivera said.
In team drills, Newton takes a five-step drop and quickly delivers an 18-yard strike to first-round pick Kelvin Benjamin on a deep dig route, hitting the wide receiver on the proper shoulder. Next, Newton takes a five-step drop and goes through his progressions, working right and then all the way back to the far left, hitting Benjamin again on a sideline route. The entire drive is clean and crisp.
"Watch this here," Rivera said as Newton barks for tight end Ed Dickson to shift before the snap. "He's getting the guy lined up. A year ago, he wouldn't have done this.
"But it is his mechanics. They are so much better, his footwork is better and his decision making much better. You sit here and watch him and that is most interesting."


It's a few weeks old but it's a good read.


#2901090 Just Cam Being Cam

Posted by fieryprophet on 21 August 2014 - 12:06 PM

http://auburn.247spo...injury-30463437


#2900560 Dave Newton-Outburst aside...Norman having a great camp

Posted by fieryprophet on 20 August 2014 - 09:26 PM

According to Bill Voth, Norman was far from the doghouse today, and Rivera had some good things to say about him.


#2899362 The Huddle Podcast with special guest Jonathan Jones

Posted by fieryprophet on 20 August 2014 - 01:20 AM

What I learned is that I have similar movie tastes as Jeremy and Jones.


#2899163 Eagles trade for Barner

Posted by fieryprophet on 19 August 2014 - 09:38 PM

with Hurney we were the ones on the other end of these trades, I mean we just couldn't let THE Colin Jones hit the waiver wire

 

glad we have someone that knows what they're doing now

 

Why pick on Colin? He's still here and doing quite well.




#2899095 Eagles trade for Barner

Posted by fieryprophet on 19 August 2014 - 09:18 PM

For everyone saying "at least we got something for him" uh not necessarily. Thus being "conditional"

 

A possible something is more than a guaranteed nothing.




#2899092 Eagles trade for Barner

Posted by fieryprophet on 19 August 2014 - 09:18 PM

It fits him better, I hope the best for him (except for when he plays us ;) )






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