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    Re: The Good And The Bad (Week 4)



    On a side note, I think it's time Heap puts the Boller bashing to bed. Every week he's running his mouth about how great it is to have a great quarterback. The reality is, at some point this season Heap may have to play with Boller again so continually pounding on him isn't helpful. He made his point, he doesn't like Boller but as of now Boller is the second string guy so he should just shut his mouth.
    You do know Heap and Boller are tight friends on the team right? After the TD, who do you think Heap was standing with on the sidelines? I don't think by talking about McNair he's "pounding" on Boller.





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    Re: The Good And The Bad (Week 4)

    Just because McNair is a better leader at this point (e.g., co-MVP, went to the Super Bowl) doesn't make Kyle a worse player. There's no question that the team's confidence is tremendously higher at thats a good thing.

    My hope is that Kyle learns from this. If he is going to learn, this is as good a way as any. I'm sure we'll have to depend on him at some point during the season.

    Remember, Grossman was picked lower than Boller in the same first round and Chicago fans were out for his head last year. Suddenly he's on top of the world.




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    Re: The Good And The Bad (Week 4)

    "The good- Mike Carry didnt flag anyone for "malice in their hearts".


    Screw 'em all

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    When I saw that Carey was ref AND he's from San Diego, I thought for sure we were doomed.




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    Re: The Good And The Bad (Week 4)

    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    You do know Heap and Boller are tight friends on the team right? After the TD, who do you think Heap was standing with on the sidelines? I don't think by talking about McNair he's "pounding" on Boller.
    No, I wasn't aware they were friends and you certainly wouldn't know it by the way Heap is blasting him every week. Maybe Boller needs to pick his "friends more carefully, because with friends like that he doesn't need any more enemies.




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    No, I wasn't aware they were friends and you certainly wouldn't know it by the way Heap is blasting him every week
    AZ I've been reading some, and unfortunately I don't have any quotes of Heap calling Boller anything. In fact, I don't have any quotes from Heap mentioning Boller's name. Can you hit me with that link so I can see it myself?




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    Re: The Good And The Bad (Week 4)

    The ugly for Week 4: We lost Mulitalo for the year. Hopefully Brown is able to at least do halfway decent in his place, but regardless, this will hurt the team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    AZ I've been reading some, and unfortunately I don't have any quotes of Heap calling Boller anything. In fact, I don't have any quotes from Heap mentioning Boller's name. Can you hit me with that link so I can see it myself?
    Sting, I think AZ was referring to Heap praising McNair's leadership and experience, and was interpreting those comments as a subtle slap at Boller. I don't think Heap meant it that way at all -- every compliment of McNair isn't necessarily an insult to Boller (although I can see why one might infer that).

    The only comment I have heard from Heap about Boller was very complimentary, about how well Boller was taking his second-string status after always being a starter. "He's taking it like a man" is the quote I remember.




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    Re: The Good And The Bad (Week 4)

    Quote Originally Posted by AZRAVEN View Post
    No, I wasn't aware they were friends and you certainly wouldn't know it by the way Heap is blasting him every week. Maybe Boller needs to pick his "friends more carefully, because with friends like that he doesn't need any more enemies.
    He isn't blasting him. People keep asking Todd how it is to play with McNair - he's supposed to lavish praise. He isn't saying anything about Boller.




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    The Good? a "W" of course
    Bart Scott?? insane!!

    Bad??? Much has been mentioned but let me add/ask?

    Would someone please explain to me, or the guilty parties involved that gaining control/possesion of a fumble FIRST could NOT be the main priority, NOT reaching down to pick up then ending up kicking it and NOT recovering the ball??
    Especially in heavy traffic??
    Jump on the damn Ball!
    I was pissed at that, one of several blunders that luckly didn't end up biting us in the ass!




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    Re: The Good And The Bad (Week 4)

    the Ravens actually coulda taken over this game, between the Wilcox fumble, the one Ed Reed kicked, the lost-it-in-the-sun...coulda been, say, 20-13?
    of course, if SD doesn't miss a 40-yarder, maybe it goes the other way.
    to me the turning point was when the Chargers had it 3rd and short, after running the ball up the gut all day, and Marty calls...an overhand lateral for a four-yard loss. (anyone else old enough to remember the 'Stagger Lee' play?)
    that, boys and girls, is why Marty Schottenheimer has never and will never get to a Super Bowl. the man has won a hundred+ games and taken three teams to the playoffs (and would been 4 if that idiot Snyder hadn't fired him from DC, ha ha ha)...but the poor guy always blows it on the edge of success. I might hire him for a quick fix / turnaround, but wouldn't keep him long term.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohlieve View Post
    The good- Mike Carry didnt flag anyone for "malice in their hearts".
    Anyone else surprised they sent this guy into Baltimore?
    I'm surprised Mike Carry accepted the assignment! There may have been malice in Sugg's heart, on that infamous call in Detroit, but what I saw was DEATHLY FEAR in Mike Carry's eyes!




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