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Commieniko

Member Since 30 Jul 2011
Offline Last Active Aug 15 2013 02:12 AM
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In Topic: Gotta love NFL Network

11 August 2013 - 03:59 PM

- Cutler has just as much to pove as Cam... if he struggle he's gone.

- Josh Norman is not currently a starter and he was a 5th round draft pick from an FCS school.

- Jon Bostic was drafted out of Florida and in the second round. Your info is also incorrect, D.J. Williams was brought in to be Urlacher's replacement. Williams was out due to a calf injury.

- An interception by a backup who was a 5th round pick from an FCS school (who was benched for his poor play last year) on Cutler's first pass vs. an int pick six by a 2nd round pick out of Flordia who had nothing but green grass ahead of him on that pick six... seems like a push.

- Preseason: You play to win the game, just watch Steve Smith's post game interview.

- Anymore stupid comments?

 

- Not even slightly. people except wya way more from Cam than Cutler. Tons of bears fans are indifferent towards cutler/wont be that sad when he goes. Cam has a vehement fan base behind him.

 

-Ok so he's not a starter anymore. if anything it makes it less relevent.

 

- The Bears drafted a highly touted MLB prospect for no reason then? No. DJ Williams was insurance in the event that they don't get a guy they actually want to play MLB. there's no way Williams starts over Bostic, especially now.

 

-That is not a push..how could you even say that. You're making the case about how irrelevant Norman is and yet his less impressive pick is somehow equal to the very relevant Bostic's pick six.

 

-Smith can say that all he wants...but you watch the games and you know it's not the case.

 

Pitiful little homer you are.


In Topic: Gotta love NFL Network

11 August 2013 - 03:38 PM

Are you guys god damn serious

 

you don't understand why they would show Cam's pick?

 

lets consider a few things

 

1.The QB. Cam is a QB on an up and coming team with a lot to prove. All eyes are on him. Cutler may be in a contract year, but people know what to expect from him anyway.

 

2. The Defender- John Norman is a second year starter out of CCU. Wasn't hyped in college. hasn't played well enough to get hyped up in the NFL. Jon Bostic is a ROOKIE out of UF who was drafted SPECIFICALLY to replace Bears legend and potential Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher. So again, all eyes are Bostic, whereas no eyes are on Norman (and deservingly so)

 

3. The Play- This is simple enough. 11 yard INT return by Norman. FIFTY-ONE yard PICK SIX by Bostic

 

4. The Game- It's preseason. No one cares who won the game in preseason. It's all about the individual performances. In the regular season, both picks probably would be shown, but this is the Preseason so the 51 yard pick 6 by Brian urlachers sucessor is going to get the attention.

 

you guys are so deluded with this us-againt-the-world attitude


In Topic: Ginn gets another chance

02 June 2013 - 01:37 PM

You might as well save your breath defending Ginn Jr. Those folks with their preconceived notions of his ineptitude are never going to change their minds.

Even if Ginn Jr. has a productive year, they will spin it out as luck, or scheme, or even Cam that made him have a good year. To the haters it will be any reason but, he put in the work needed to be productive.

He signed here because they are giving him an opportunity to make plays in the passing game. It is up to him to earn the opportunities. If he can be productive, we are a better team for it. I can live with that.

Oh, and the 9ers signed him as a return man. They never gave him an opportunity to show what he can do in the passing game. Spin that.

 

Lmao im not some blind hater. Ive watched ginn his entire career. Dude has nothing as a receiver. Saying that he didnt get a chance in san fran just isnt true. In 2011, Crabtree was the ONLY 49ers WR to play more snaps than Ginn. Ginn just did nothing with his snaps just like he's done his entire career.

 

Ginn played with Pennington in 08 and Henne is 09. Pennington didnt throw deep often but he was accurate when he did so. Pennington was accurate on 20 of his 37 deep balls in 2008..54%. Meanwhile Ginn only caught 41% of his deep targets that year. Henne was a less accurate 29.8% and yet Ginn could only haul in 14% of his deep targets. His Qbs were always better off throwing deep to to ANYONE ELSE.


In Topic: Pro Football Weekly bites the dust

02 June 2013 - 12:14 PM

Nawrocki was right about Geno tho


In Topic: Matt Ryan knows who's boss

02 June 2013 - 11:55 AM

They both went to Boston College

 

dont see the big deal


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