Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by BrAinPaiNt, Nov 18, 2012.
The NFL is amazing. Every team wins games they shouldn't....and loses games they shouldn't.
I think its fair to say that the injuries at least exacerbated the point you made, certainly they would have been better off (while still lacking) had they had Costa & T Smith and no Parnell + Dockery. By all accounts, there is a benefit to having continuity along the line regardless of the level of talent. This team needs every edge they can grab, even if that edge is not being as bad as they could be.
Maybe you need to see another replay. Austin was shuffling the ball around while running. He never had it.
when this defense is healthy, it has enough playmakers to hang with playoff-caliber offenses.
but this offensive line, even when it is healthy, is second-rate. when it's hurt, it's downright frightening.
Yeah I cannot figure out what has taken so long to get ogletree out of here. The only problem I have is I feel like Harris could have muscled better on the deep pass that was called PI.
Nope: as per board culture, any and all sacks/fumbles/hits/knockdowns/INT are the fault of the OL (/sarcasm)
Get in the playoffs and see what happens, how many times have we laughed at the giants only for them to squeak in the playoffs and win the superbowl?
This is a 7 or 8 win team at the most.
It was a PI... not sure what that means.
They were, but they weren't THAT bad before injuries.
The play we witnessed today was about the worst I've seen in the last 30 years of watching football.
Especially when your QB was getting whacked all game long. JG has no game awareness.
Gave up 7 sacks and countless hurries.
When will OL become a priority ??
There's a lot of people here that don't know how tough the Browns have been this season...
Dez had one of his best games as a Cowboy (except for the bizzare business decision he made in the first half). Romo did a good job playing through the pressure, but he has to learn ball security. I am not sure that is going to happen at this point in his career.
What I'm saying is if we want to stop seeing this type of team every week, we need a major overhaul of the offensive line. None of this "get by" mentality. It's too important.
I'm arguing this same thing on another board. I don't know what people saw.
the Tree needs to be planted SOMEWHERE else than here
Yeah, he just looked reliable out there, way more than you-know-who.
And that punt return...after a few people were somehow criticizing his touchdown last week for being "too easy"...well, that was pretty nifty, he even showed a little speed getting around the corner after reversing field.
Never as long as Jerry runs the show.