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  1. #49
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    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%



    Quote Originally Posted by webbrick2007 View Post
    Because he is 5'6" and one of the slowest (non offensive lineman) players in the NFL

    We should IR him for the season and bring in someone that can run under a 5 second 40.

    Someone know when we can cut him and get back some salary cap.
    He's vested. His salary counts against the cap if he's cut.
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    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    I don't want to hear the cliche "execution" comments we always hear. It isn't execution. Looks more like lack of effort. Looks more like "I have $40M and a SB ring".

    I want to hear a player say I am not playing well right now and I will do everything I can to fix it. I am tired of the cliche scripted responses.

    I want real accountability.

    Pierce seems like he doesn't even exist right now. Maybe if he were doing something Rice would feel more fire.

    I would love to see Bernard Scott get the start at RB next week.




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    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    I think the fumbles from last years playoffs are haunting Ray more than he wants to admit. Two of those fumbles for sure came on plays where he was trying to get past a guy and get extra yards. He is playing scared.




  4. #52

    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    I'm still trying to figure out what he was doing on the last play.
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    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    I think the fumbles from last years playoffs are haunting Ray more than he wants to admit. Two of those fumbles for sure came on plays where he was trying to get past a guy and get extra yards. He is playing scared.
    He's playing slow.

    Both he and Pierce aren't hitting the right holes. I can't tell you how many times this season I've seen both Rice and Pierce completely whiff on cut-back opportunities by trying to bounce it outside.

    That is coaching all day.

    You can get 1,000 yard rushers every season just by simply following blocks. Mike Shanahan did it practically every year in Denver.
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  6. #54

    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    I think the fumbles from last years playoffs are haunting Ray more than he wants to admit. Two of those fumbles for sure came on plays where he was trying to get past a guy and get extra yards. He is playing scared.
    Hes playing fat and slow and old.




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    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    Rice wasn't 100% today. Look who had the most rushing yardage.

    Our old pal Willis bested all of them.


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    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    Quote Originally Posted by webbrick2007 View Post
    Because he is 5'6" and one of the slowest (non offensive lineman) players in the NFL

    We should IR him for the season and bring in someone that can run under a 5 second 40.

    Someone know when we can cut him and get back some salary cap.

    He is 5'8 not 5'6"




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    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    what the hell was he doing on the last play at least try to lateral it or pitch it or something, the fat turd just fell down and gave up
    But he sprung right back up to give the guy who tackled him a congratulatory hug.

    He showed more burst, quickness, and effort to get back up than he has all season.




  10. #58

    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    Hope Rice is watching the MNF game. The running backs on both teams are doing well. Chicago is torching the packers, something rice couldn't do. Maybe Ray will give some of that money he's being paid back. Hope Flacco is watching too, backup QBs playing a whole lot better then Flacco has done this year.




  11. #59

    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    It looks like he is just too big. Rice runs a couple of plays then asks to come out the game. He clearly is not in shape. To be a skilled position player and have to come out as often as he does is ridiculous. Look at Torrey. He plays the entire game, sugar huddle and everything and most of the time he is running deep routes. Rice just doesn't want it.

    Then in the one game we get penalties all the way down the field and he scores from 1yd out and has the nerve to do his flex celebration. GTFOH




  12. #60

    Re: Ray Rice is finally 100%

    Wow, nothing like watching a real offenses. RR can't hold Lacys or Fortes jock. No comparison healthy or not. Fast and strong runners must be nice.




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