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    TC and Killdrive.
    They got too pass happy as usual and paid the price.
    Low % passing game. All or nothing 20 + pass plays.

    Lets think about the mindset of those 2. Eagles D line is pretty tough on QBs bottom line. What was the game plan ? come out with a down field passing game and get eli clobbered early and set the tone. Forget about quick passing/ short passing game or use there aggression against them but we decide to go deep on them and usually at there best CB. I don't mind this strategy if you can block but early on was an indication that we couldn't block there front. Now I ask this question shouldnt you know this already that we couldnt just sit back and throw 30 yards down field. Did we actually think with this o line that we could do this against the eagles front ?. That was my 1st question. I couldn't count how many straight passes we attempted and constantly ignoring the running game and yet putting ourselves in 3 rd and longs. With all this said we could have won this game. With the game on the line the play calling was just low % passing plays all or nothing.

    They handed the game to us on a Silver Platter and are probably shocked that they came out with the win.

    Could have been 3-1 with the Browns at home next week. Could have really put our selves in a good position going forward.

    a lot of people want to blame Webster or this guy or that guy. It all came down to play calling at the end. We were given almost mid field every possession and we couldn't establish any balance or consistency. Ignore the run and throw deep passes.

  • #2
    Stop making excuses. We lost because the Eagles own us.
    Mood: WOOF!

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    • #3
      8 OUT OF 9, REMEMBER THAT BECAUSE PEOPLE JUST DON'T GET IT NOW.

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      • #4
        I bet you the eagles on the sideline were thinking they are going to loose this one. 8 out of 9 or whatever. We should have easily won this game at the end regardless of head to head wins.

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        • #5
          we couldn't stop the run "again" and we couldn't run it ourselves and we couldn't get to Vick thats it in a nutshell...

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          • #6
            TC doesn't call plays. He leaves that to his coordinators and they have the same issues as always. Fewell refuses to have his guys jam at the line and Gilbride gets obsessed with the deep ball and the draw.

            TC made a bad decision at the end of the game by thinking Tynes could hit from 54 on a crappy field. Missing two consecutive kicks is great evidence to that.

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            • #7
              The truth hurts.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by JesseJames View Post
                we couldn't stop the run "again" and we couldn't run it ourselves and we couldn't get to Vick thats it in a nutshell...
                bam....I agree.
                "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
                You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch

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                • #9
                  Everything was bad, it wasn't just one thing.

                  Suddenly, an undersized finesse team can completely protect Vick and still have receivers WIDE OPEN downfield AND run to the edge at will.

                  Namndi was out for a stretch and we didn't capitalize.

                  Not running the ball INTO THE TEETH of an undersized defense. Yes, Philly is fast, I get it. But you have to hit them. Period.

                  The red zone interception? Just killer. Simple as that.

                  And the 2nd down pass when they were in range of a field goal was confusing.....made no sense really.

                  The whole team failed at this and Philly even tried to give the game away and the Giants made enough mistakes to give it back. Next week is a must blow out win, anything less is disappointing.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by JesseJames View Post
                    we couldn't stop the run "again" and we couldn't run it ourselves and we couldn't get to Vick thats it in a nutshell...
                    Finally someone who saw what was really happening.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by JesseJames View Post
                      we couldn't stop the run "again" and we couldn't run it ourselves and we couldn't get to Vick thats it in a nutshell...
                      and with all that, we still came very close to pulling it out in the end

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JesseJames View Post
                        we couldn't stop the run "again" and we couldn't run it ourselves and we couldn't get to Vick thats it in a nutshell...
                        good summation
                        “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

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                        • #13
                          I have a suggestion. Other than the management of the last 15 seconds of the game, why do you blame the coaches for everything else. Players play and coaches coach. The players on offense again took way too long to get going. How about 2 drives started near midfield in the first quarter and no points to show for it? How about Osi dancing around out there over pursuing and playing stupid football. How about Tuck being AWOL? Anyways, I always blame the players more than the coaches because the coaches are not the ones out there playing in the game.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by sheepdip View Post
                            TC and Killdrive.
                            They got too pass happy as usual and paid the price.
                            Low % passing game. All or nothing 20 + pass plays.

                            Lets think about the mindset of those 2. Eagles D line is pretty tough on QBs bottom line. What was the game plan ? come out with a down field passing game and get eli clobbered early and set the tone. Forget about quick passing/ short passing game or use there aggression against them but we decide to go deep on them and usually at there best CB. I don't mind this strategy if you can block but early on was an indication that we couldn't block there front. Now I ask this question shouldnt you know this already that we couldnt just sit back and throw 30 yards down field. Did we actually think with this o line that we could do this against the eagles front ?. That was my 1st question. I couldn't count how many straight passes we attempted and constantly ignoring the running game and yet putting ourselves in 3 rd and longs. With all this said we could have won this game. With the game on the line the play calling was just low % passing plays all or nothing.

                            They handed the game to us on a Silver Platter and are probably shocked that they came out with the win.

                            Could have been 3-1 with the Browns at home next week. Could have really put our selves in a good position going forward.

                            a lot of people want to blame Webster or this guy or that guy. It all came down to play calling at the end. We were given almost mid field every possession and we couldn't establish any balance or consistency. Ignore the run and throw deep passes.
                            Our offense wasn't able to get anything going until Eli started airing it out...

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Dwinsballgames View Post
                              and with all that, we still came very close to pulling it out in the end

                              Yeah, we still had a chance at the end. If we had like 10 more yards. I really thought we were going to pull it off.

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