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Smitty puts the blame yesterday all on the OL


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The interior line is going to be bad regardless, might as well be playing the young guys like Brown and getting them up to speed

Matt Rhule needs to explain why he played both Moton and Brady out of position though. That compounded a weakness and makes no sense. 

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4 minutes ago, ChibCU said:

I see:

- A bad throw

- Moton on skates

- Robbie running a lazy route with no attempt to come back to the ball

It's 1st down. Ian Thomas was open low. Even if Robby comes back toward the ball there are THREE defenders all around him. That was a terrible decision by the qb.

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2 hours ago, Cpt slay a ho said:

He ain’t wrong but any nfl qb can succeed with good oline play, we need a guy who can do that but also not cost us the game whenever the o line is outmatched, drew Brees said it best last night on mnf, can’t turn the ball over that much when the defense is playing at the time lights out, those short fields we kept giving the eagles finally cost us the game, and a fugging punt block in week 5 of the season is inexcusable 

Again he delivered a game winning pass that was dropped. 

 

Robbie dropped the ball.

Robbie dropped the ball 

Our recently extended reciever dropped the ball!!

 

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2 hours ago, Cpt slay a ho said:

He ain’t wrong but any nfl qb can succeed with good oline play, we need a guy who can do that but also not cost us the game whenever the o line is outmatched, drew Brees said it best last night on mnf, can’t turn the ball over that much when the defense is playing at the time lights out, those short fields we kept giving the eagles finally cost us the game, and a fugging punt block in week 5 of the season is inexcusable 

When is the last time a special teams coordinator is fired mid season. Sure is looking that way here. The kicker issues, punts to short/to long.the Bocking on field goals and now punts. The fake field goal touch back. The short kickoffs. It's not looking good

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8 minutes ago, frankw said:

It's 1st down. Ian Thomas was open low. Even if Robby comes back toward the ball there are THREE defenders all around him. That was a terrible decision by the qb.

Never even turned his head. Granted Moton looked like he was on ice being pushed back into him in another half second. Could have very well thought he didn't have time and tried to force it. Should have put it up out of reach. 

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11 minutes ago, Catsfan69 said:

Again he delivered a game winning pass that was dropped. 

 

Robbie dropped the ball.

Robbie dropped the ball 

Our recently extended reciever dropped the ball!!

 

Robby dropping the ball doesn't negate Darnold's poor decision making. 

But yes, Robby has been a huge disappointment this season. 

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30 minutes ago, Cpt slay a ho said:

Than why quote me in the first place ? 
 

you’re just talking to “hear” yourself at this point, I’m sure you probably thought Teddy was going to be all world also 

When they have no legitimate talking points, they cue the personal attacks. I've received a lot of those today from disgruntled fans. Reeks of insecurity, tbh. 

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2 hours ago, CRA said:

Hubbard just needs more reps.  He keeps looking better.  He needs a good offseason to work on his lower body.   CMC went down much easier on first contact his rookie year than year 2 to present day.  Chubba struggling with that first contact right now 

To be fair CMC was 21 when he came into the league Hubbard is 22 he should be a little stronger for a year older.Hubbard ceiling is a good back not elite , him and CMC are pretty equal in straight line speed but CMC you could tell coming out of college has way better change of direction , vision , short area quickness and a better pass catcher that’s why Chubba was still on the board in the 4 th round but he does give us some insurance if CMC goes down but like I’ve said this coaching staff starting with last year needs to quit babying CMC he is paid to play and if he goes down and Chubba is what we think then we keep rolling.

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This past Superbowl

Mahomes was pressured a record 52% of his snaps

 

 

all the talk was the OL set him up for failure.  That was the whole talk.  Chiefs then went out gutted and overhauled the OL making some big splash moves including trading their 1st for the LT.  Making signing the highest paid OG.  Drafting the top Center in the 2nd and so on.  That was after that 52% pressure game.

 

 

yesterday, Sam was pressured 47.5% of the snaps.  There are NFL analysts/former Player pointing the issues to the OL.  And there are still people trying to pin this primarily on the QB.  

Some people just don’t get it.

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8 minutes ago, ncfan said:

This past Superbowl

Mahomes was pressured a record 52% of his snaps

 

 

all the talk was the OL set him up for failure.  That was the whole talk.  Chiefs then went out gutted and overhauled the OL making some big splash moves including trading their 1st for the LT.  Making signing the highest paid OG.  Drafting the top Center in the 2nd and so on.  That was after that 52% pressure game.

 

 

yesterday, Sam was pressured 47.5% of the snaps.  There are NFL analysts/former Player pointing the issues to the OL.  And there are still people trying to pin this primarily on the QB.  

Some people just don’t get it.

Agree sign the best free agent ol then in the draft first round go with best ol even if it’s interior lineman

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2 hours ago, Bigdaddy8523 said:

Damn I noticed nobody attempted to cover Ian Thomas.

That is a good risk to take. You think Ian Thomas is beating anyone?  There is a reason Sam doesn't trust him, he goes down on first contact every time and always runs into tackles. 

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3 hours ago, NorthTryon said:

He had time on all three interceptions. Brady is scheming players wide open and he is missing the throws plain and simple. Every play you scheme isn't going to work, but when they do you have to connect. Also, that is the problem if a QB sees ghosts out there. You only have all day to throw the ball once or twice every now and then. Greg Olsen said it on the broadcast yesterday that Sam missed a lot of throws. Greg knows football too!

Scheming players wide open?  The last 2 weeks dbs from the other team have said they knew the exact routes that were coming on the plays they got their interceptions on...

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