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Ray Rice Wins Appeal; Immediately Eligible

28 November 2014 - 02:53 PM

Not sure, if this has any impact on Hardy and his situation since he has yet to go to trial.  Figured it may in the future at least.


It still kills me how Rice directly impacted Hardy, and to this day I refuse to knowingly click on a TMZ link....seriously



Josh Norman: Munnerlyn Never Helped Me

23 November 2014 - 09:01 PM

“I’m bigger than him. I think I’m better than him. He knew it,” said Norman, who is 6-feet and 195 pounds. “The craziest part about it was he’d try to find little things to get in my head. It was like, ‘Man, we’re on the same team. You should want to help us out.’

Kudos To The.....Offensive Line

16 November 2014 - 04:50 PM

For the first time in what seems like forever our QB was not sitting on his butt all game.  After the first (penalized) play I thought....Here we go again. 


They gave Cam a pretty good pocket today even if it is against a Falcons team.  Hopefully they can build on this. If only all cylinders would have been clicking like they did on the last 3 drives.

Watch The Broncos/Patriots Game In Comparison.

02 November 2014 - 05:20 PM

I truly debated making this thread because I can see it easily getting closed. After much deliberation I had to at least make the attempt.  Our game is over anyway if that means anything.


Today is a once in a generation matchup where you all can see two of the best go at it, the same two that everyone here wants Cam to become.  In watching this game you see a beautiful  (  <shaped pocket for the two QB's every play. You also see the receivers coming up with the plays that ours can not.  I believe we are so used to watching only our Offense that we forget what a true playbook looks like in comparison.



That is all.

Topsy Turvy Team

26 October 2014 - 03:43 PM

This isn't an over reaction thread, nor a knee jerk reaction thread just an observation.


  I've believed strongly for a while now that one side of the ball normally plays down to the level that the other side is playing up.

I mentioned it to a friend of mine and he agreed. This theory definitely has been reflected this week.  Last year we had arguably the #1 Defense, but our Offense struggled to truly put up big points (but we found a way to win when needed which is ultimately what matters.)


Now this is in contrast to the year before in which we had Chud at the helm.  While people and even players despise him here he clearly offered us with a top ranked offense only to be let down by the Defense. We were doing to Defenses what Offenses have done to us this year.


Bring on this year as I stated in another thread, NO ONE in their right mind would have told you that between the offense and the defense our offense would be the one carrying our team.  Now when the D finally digs deep the O can't come up with points and have miscues where it truly matters.


Is this a result of us trying to stack one side year after year and neglecting? Or just a simple Murphy's Law taking effect on our team?