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  1. #193
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    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two



    Where's the helmet-to-helmet against Carr??

    LOL

    This game is sad. I can't watch another Colts game in my life




  2. #194
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    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    we didn't get the memo, teams are actually allowed to "knock our blocks off". We're just not allowed to touch their helmets...AT ALL. Like if you help a guy up after a 1st down and pat his head, that's a 15 yard penalty for helmet to helmet. Because obviously we confused our hand with our head.


    LOL




  3. #195

    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    Quote Originally Posted by darb72 View Post
    We don't throw on first down. We don't throw more than six yards down field. We rarely play-action. Our offense is just way to plain and it's always been that way.
    Well, and the reason is very clear. When you have basically one decent receiver on the field at all times, and nothing else, how can you? We have changed OC's, we have a young rocket armed QB, and a running back that can help sell the play-action. But no one to get open to throw to.




  4. #196

    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    Hey look. Run on 1st down.

    I bet they do it again next time!




  5. #197

    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    Why didn't Ngata fall on Manning, like Siragusa did on Rich Gannon? Just because the QB falls to the ground doesn't mean the play is dead. A defender has to touch him, right?




  6. #198

    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    Well, and the reason is very clear. When you have basically one decent receiver on the field at all times, and nothing else, how can you? We have changed OC's, we have a young rocket armed QB, and a running back that can help sell the play-action. But no one to get open to throw to.
    An excellent point. However, my counter argument was just displayed to a national audience. 2nd and one, Colts load up to stop the run. Why do we not at least attempt a play-action?
    This is a novel I was asked to proofread. The author is giving 10% of the profits to kidney research, which is a big deal in the Darb household. Fair warning; it's a fantasy novel, and the main characters are lesbians. It's three bucks on kindle from Amazon.http://www.amazon.com/WINDOWS-BROKEN...ken+fairy+tale




  7. #199
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    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    I really want to see the whole book throw at the Colts now......I don't give a fuck anymore! There is no NEXT WEEK! We've got nothing to lose at this point!!




  8. #200
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    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    Quote Originally Posted by ravenwoman View Post
    Why didn't Ngata fall on Manning, like Siragusa did on Rich Gannon? Just because the QB falls to the ground doesn't mean the play is dead. A defender has to touch him, right?
    you kidding me? The refs might actually just call a no-name penalty on us...

    They'll just say "Penalty, Ravens...whatever you want it to be...15 yards, 1st down"




  9. #201

    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    God damn Gaither!




  10. #202

    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    Mother fucker. Gaither is not having a good game here.




  11. #203
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    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    Damn it...




  12. #204
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    Re: Game Thread - Playoffs-Round Two

    WTF??? It's like they want to lose
    "This has got to be the longest quarter EVER for New England"




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