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trucpfan

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In Topic: THE key to Victory come Saturday night @ Seattle

05 January 2015 - 07:04 AM

The key to this game is for Bersin to stop falling to his knees, praying he will catch the ball.


👆👆👆 this is key éven though its funny he needs to be on his feet for All catches.

In Topic: An important message for Josh Norman doubters....

04 January 2015 - 12:24 PM

Norman told me Roman is is older brother and the wisest guy he knows.


If his impact has been part of the reason that he has turned around his game because we knew it was there but he couldnt seem to put it together I personally think that Harper's contract was worth every damn penny. Even with the somewhat bad play this year helping Josh put it together just put our team into that young but talented at all positions category. Leadership like that is overlooked by us the fans imo. RIP S. S.

In Topic: Norman should be our Sherman

02 January 2015 - 08:54 AM

Doesn't matter. It takes a while to be thought of as a lockdown CB. Then suddenly one day someone goes back and looks at the numbers and "discovers" that someone is a lockdown CB. The will go back and see that Gordon, Julio got locked down. When we go to GB and he locks Jordy down then it's really going to be noticed. However the real recognition won't take place until next year. However coaches already notice. He was mentioned specifically by MIke Smith in his presser.

As far as being a "Sherman". Richard Sherman is a lockdown "scheme" CB. In that cover 3 that Seattle runs so much he is a monster. He doesn't look as comfortable when he is required to move around. Revis is a true lockdown cornerback even now. Josh Norman moves to both sides (he doesn't play the slot in our defense if the best WR goes there).


Yea scheme makes him top itch because he can lock his side down. But I wonder why Norman doesn't follow his man into the slots?

In Topic: Interesting thing I heard on Chicago sports radio

02 January 2015 - 08:35 AM

More likely that he took the job and simply dealt with what he had to work with because at his age he didn't want possibly his last shot at a GM gig to pass him by.



If you wanted a top position in a billion dollar industry but you had to deal with a little adversity, I would jump on it. He probably wanted his own coach but dealt with JR staying loyal to RR.

In Topic: stephen hill won't be activated because...

18 November 2014 - 06:49 PM

Shula: "We try and make long, low percentage pass plays work on 3rd and short in order to increase the quarterback's confidence."
Hill: "I don't understand this system."




This man deserves all the pie I have ever gotten, this has me in tears because it seems so true!!!!