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GoBigBlue88 12-02-2018 08:18 PM

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Originally Posted by Racehorse (Post 95770)
#7: Swoope would have been a better option as an eligible receiver, because they would have to play the pass in addition to the run.

Yes, would MUCH rather have had Swoope in than Haeg.

But I also wonder if Swoope was on a snap count and not anywhere near 100%.

Butter 12-02-2018 08:38 PM

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Originally Posted by GoBigBlue88 (Post 95772)
You're saying that with hindsight though.

I guess the way I look at it is: they were 6 inches away from winning the game.

1st half 0-0 I'd go for it there every time.

YDFL Commish 12-02-2018 08:47 PM

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Originally Posted by GoBigBlue88 (Post 95772)
You're saying that with hindsight though.

I guess the way I look at it is: they were 6 inches away from winning the game.

Hindsight and forsight. Dingy could predict what was needed during a game (Ravens 06 playoffs).

I'm not down on Reich. I just want him to own this.

Racehorse 12-02-2018 08:50 PM

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Originally Posted by YDFL Commish (Post 95783)
Hindsight and forsight. Dingy could predict what was needed during a game (Ravens 06 playoffs).

I'm not down on Reich. I just want him to own this.

I would guess that he would. Seems a high character guy, unlike McDouche

YDFL Commish 12-02-2018 09:12 PM

A couple of other points:

Luck is rolling right too much, therefor cutting off half the field. It's making it too easy on defenses to defend.

A little less roll right and an occasional roll left would help.

Eberflus was stunting like crazy during pre-season. I may be wrong, but he hasn't been stunting the DL much. I would like to see him mix that in a little more.

Brylok 12-02-2018 09:23 PM

First game I've missed all year. Good for me...

Thorgrim 12-02-2018 09:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Indiana V2 (Post 95769)
I did not want Leveon Bell before, but now I'm thinking we take a run at him, Mack is not the answer for our RB1.

Iím warming to it.

ChoppedWood 12-02-2018 11:48 PM

One of the shittiest coached games in the history of the NFL and Luck, shit, that's exactly what he was, shit.

I was talking to a friend pre-game and said this game presented this exact risk. We're the cock of the walk going up against a dumpster fire- NO ONE HAD TO PREP HARD FOR THIS ONE, go down to JAX, have fun, pick up a win, come home and be the darlings of ESPN Sunday night...

Very disappointing, very.

Dewey 5 12-02-2018 11:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Indiana V2 (Post 95769)
I did not want Leveon Bell before, but now I'm thinking we take a run at him, Mack is not the answer for our RB1.

I know it's not popular but now I'm all in for Bell.

Wyatt 12-03-2018 10:30 AM

ugly game yesterday, but I still think the future is bright. With as young of a team as we have, with a rookie coach, and young GM, we're going to be inconsistent and have some growing pains.

We really missed Kelly and Doyle, but we have got to figure out how to plan around that, no team, this late in the season will have an entirely healthy roster, we've actually been pretty fortunate this season other than a few games early on.

Agreed with most of what GBB and Omaha observed, and I fully support Reich's call from the 1 to go for the TD. Reich and Ballard have shown that they will take ownership in mistakes unlike the last regime.


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