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  1. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by jason View Post
    I'm not even surprised by the Overreaction lol
    I know it was only preseason, but we made Goff look like Montana. He was 16-20 in that game. Cupp looked like a white Jerry Rice.

    We couldn't stop a backup vs Dallas, too.

    I fully expect a curb stomping. I think our defense is too much a liability. Carr can't continually rally the troops. Sooner or later, those passes get tipped and intercepted.



    Who's with me on the Vita Vea draft train?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogdaddy View Post
    Points allowed in 2016


    1. New England - 15.6

    16. Tennessee - 23.6

    20. Oakland - 24.1

    27. Atlanta - 25.4
    2017 - New England is dead last with giving up 42 points a game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N. Cog Neato View Post
    I know it was only preseason, but we made Goff look like Montana. He was 16-20 in that game. Cupp looked like a white Jerry Rice.

    We couldn't stop a backup vs Dallas, too.

    I fully expect a curb stomping. I think our defense is too much a liability. Carr can't continually rally the troops. Sooner or later, those passes get tipped and intercepted.
    It's really weird writing this, but Al got it correct by playing man - bump and run coverage. It gave our past DL/LB pass rush time to get to the QB because the QB could not release the ball after 2 seconds. Our problem is that we do not have CB's anywhere near good enough to play a bump and run scheme lol that is why the base coverage in our seconday is a cover 2, to give extra help over the top to our CB's to prevent any big plays because our CB's are crap lol. We tend to give 10 yards of a cushion, which makes for an easy pitch and catch. If this is the base defense and what we will see for the season then there is no point in having a Khalil Mack because he will be a non factor in games. People moan about our LB's, but tell me you have confidence in this :-

    LCB David Amerson Gareon Conley Dexter McDonald
    RCB Sean Smith/TJ Carrie Antonio Hamilton


    lol our starters aren't great players, but if one gets hurt we are screwed with the back ups we have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogdaddy View Post
    2017 - New England is dead last with giving up 42 points a game.
    Woke up this morning to quite a surprise. Last I saw, Gronkowski just caught a ridiculous TD pass to put them up 2 scores early. Lol, I turned my TV off.

    Surprise, surprise.

    I'd love to believe the Pats era is done.

    Chiefs are good, we need to return serve.

    -Stork
    "Win some games, make the playoffs and show me you got some balls under the bright lights"

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    I wouldn't take much into last nights game, The Pats had a long day of celebration and events. I have to say, I seen this coming. This makes it very important for us to beat the Titans this weekend.

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    I despise both teams, but without a doubt I had to root for the Pats since KC is an AFC west opponent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by themadstork View Post
    Woke up this morning to quite a surprise. Last I saw, Gronkowski just caught a ridiculous TD pass to put them up 2 scores early. Lol, I turned my TV off.

    Surprise, surprise.

    I'd love to believe the Pats era is done.

    Chiefs are good, we need to return serve.

    -Stork
    Hunt will need alot of attention this year. 3 down back with tons of energy in the 4th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash47 View Post
    I despise both teams, but without a doubt I had to root for the Pats since KC is an AFC west opponent.
    Me too. However, home field advantage was in the back of my mind. Not too surprised of the outcome. Kinda figured the Pats would have a letdown. I hate to say it, but they'll be back.
    Too soon to tell, but, it looks like the Chiefs will be in our face this year.

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    I bet we split with the Chiefs.......if not sweep their *****

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash47 View Post
    I bet we split with the Chiefs.......if not sweep their *****
    At this moment, I'll feel better with a win in Tenn. It's s good thing we don't play them soon. Our D needs time

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    Well, after the Chiefs won, we have to beat the Titans

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    A lot of key casualties for both teams last night, that cliche' about winning the battle but losing the war comes to mind....
    "..When you have great coaches, then after you have great coaches you get great players, you have a great organization, and you tell them one thing-

    Just win baby"

    ~ Al Davis ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogdaddy View Post
    2017 - New England is dead last with giving up 42 points a game.
    Biggest point total given up in the Belichik era last night....
    "..When you have great coaches, then after you have great coaches you get great players, you have a great organization, and you tell them one thing-

    Just win baby"

    ~ Al Davis ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by corralski View Post
    A lot of key casualties for both teams last night, that cliche' about winning the battle but losing the war comes to mind....
    Losing Berry, for what looks like the season, will hurt that D big time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by corralski View Post
    Biggest point total given up in the Belichik era last night....
    Lets not over look the fact that Alex Smith, yes Alex Smith torched them for 350 and 4 TDs

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