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Greg Little sucked and Kyle with a clean pocket

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The only thing that has remained consistent is the coaching, it has always sucked. At some point you have to realize it. It does not matter who we put on the field MoRon has AT LEAST one of these games every year.

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Yes, he sucked but both of those sacks were at least partially on Allen. On both of those plays, he had a ton of room to either step up in the pocket or roll out to his right. Instead, for some reason he chose to try to roll out to his left both toward the pressure and away from his throwing hand and directly into the arms of the defender.

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Whoever played QB behind that line yesterday would have been dead meat. 

They were approaching the game with a "Do what you want to the girl, just leave me alone" mentality. 

Kyle didn't do them many favors, but  sheesh, the only o-lineman that seemed even unembarrassing that day was GVR, the guy that has traditionally been labelled as the weak link on the line. Even Turner sucked. Paradis was completely washed out. Moton was giving up pressures and sacks like he had lead shoes on. And Concussion King looked like he was still blinking away the cobwebs. 

 

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Honestly, this team needs to tank let the rentals go and finally go ALL in on the offensive side of the ball for once this offseason. 

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Just now, rico6 said:

Honestly, this team needs to tank let the rentals go and finally go ALL in on the offensive side of the ball for once this offseason. 

Tough to go all in on offense when your defense sucks too.

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I really couldn't believe what I was watching with Little dropping straight back on his pass blocks and giving his rusher a shorter path to the quarterback.

That's not a rookie mistake. They teach you to take an outside rusher wide in college. Hell, even a high school tackle should know that.

 

 

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12 hours ago, mc52beast said:

 

Weren’t we just saying cam had shell shock from so many pressures that when he actually did have time he panicked?

im pretty sure that was a thing on the huddle the last 8 years

I’m not saying he didn’t make poor choices but just because he has a couple clean pockets in a 14 pressure 7 sack game doesn’t mean to quickly add up the rating for those plays and try and narrate some sort of agenda give me a break. The oline has been straight trash

 

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8 minutes ago, onmyown said:

Weren’t we just saying cam had shell shock from so many pressures that when he actually did have time he panicked?

im pretty sure that was a thing on the huddle the last 8 years

I’m not saying he didn’t make poor choices but just because he has a couple clean pockets in a 14 pressure 7 sack game doesn’t mean to quickly add up the rating for those plays and try and narrate some sort of agenda give me a break. The oline has been straight trash

Double edged sword.

The line was awful yesterday. Don't see how anybody can deny that. I wouldn't have bet on Peyton Manning playing behind that swiss cheese protection.

With that said, one of the things that has been so good about Allen is his ability to stay even keeled even under duress. Yesterday, that wasn't there.

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33 minutes ago, onmyown said:

Weren’t we just saying cam had shell shock from so many pressures that when he actually did have time he panicked?

im pretty sure that was a thing on the huddle the last 8 years

I’m not saying he didn’t make poor choices but just because he has a couple clean pockets in a 14 pressure 7 sack game doesn’t mean to quickly add up the rating for those plays and try and narrate some sort of agenda give me a break. The oline has been straight trash

 

Only Newton always gets the built in excuse of a bad offensive line.  

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13 hours ago, *FreeFua* said:

Allen now may be statistically the worst QB stats wise with a clean pocket. He was one of the worst going into this week. 
 

Not to mention a lot of times he’s quick to bail on a clean pocket and create some of these pressures himself.

But hey! He’s got “moxie”

Damn, I've been spelling "moxy" wrong this whole time

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3 hours ago, Moo Daeng said:

Only Newton always gets the built in excuse of a bad offensive line.  

Because he’s proven with a clean pocket he can be elite.

Allen, has not. 
 

It is really quite simple.

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