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  • We need Eli to step up

    Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

    His rating (averaged) is 53.5. He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's. His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

    I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.





    Torque it till it breaks, then back off a 1/4 turn.

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    [quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

    His rating (averaged) is 53.5. He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's. His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

    I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.

    [/quote]




    Totally agree. Eli and the offense have taken enought time off. Its time for them to get back in sync and play a good game. Romo's stats for the last 10 games are something like 22 TDs vs 4 picks.




    I only bring that up because I want Eli to ****ing protect the ****ing ball!! 16 picks is bull****!!!




    Would also like to see the game plan geared towards short easy passes when its 3rd and short or 3rd and managable. Screw the deep pass in those situations especially since they are out of sync right now. What dumbass play calling the last few weeks especially. Move the freakin chains and get a fresh set of downs....

    "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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    • #3
      Re: We need Eli to step up

      [quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

      His rating (averaged) is 53.5.* He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's.* His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

      I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.





      [/quote]

      If we could get Manningham and Ballard back that would help Eli a lot....worse case scenerio one of them back....

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      • #4
        Re: We need Eli to step up

        [quote user="GameTime"]

        [quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

        His rating (averaged) is 53.5. He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's. His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

        I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.

        [/quote]




        Totally agree. Eli and the offense have taken enought time off. Its time for them to get back in sync and play a good game. Romo's stats for the last 10 games are something like 22 TDs vs 4 picks.




        I only bring that up because I want Eli to ****ing protect the ****ing ball!! 16 picks is bull****!!!




        Would also like to see the game plan geared towards short easy passes when its 3rd and short or 3rd and managable. Screw the deep pass in those situations especially since they are out of sync right now. What dumbass play calling the last few weeks especially. Move the freakin chains and get a fresh set of downs....

        [/quote]

        Oh man you are preaching to the choir.

        Jacobs runs for 9 on 2nd down and is all pumped up.

        Then he gets yanked on 3rd down - you can literally see and feel his disappointment that the coaches are not feeding off his performance.

        So in comes Ware on 3rd and 1.

        Eli goes long and it's not even close.

        And that's why they invented alcohol.
        Torque it till it breaks, then back off a 1/4 turn.

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        • #5
          Re: We need Eli to step up

          [quote user="TheReal_LT"][quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

          His rating (averaged) is 53.5. He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's. His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

          I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.





          [/quote]

          If we could get Manningham and Ballard back that would help Eli a lot....worse case scenerio one of them back....[/quote]

          Good point. Let's keep our fingers crossed we have them both back Sunday night.
          Torque it till it breaks, then back off a 1/4 turn.

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          • #6
            Re: We need Eli to step up

            [quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

            His rating (averaged) is 53.5.* He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's.* His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

            I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.





            [/quote]Heres a better idea... Maybe that "top notch" WR, Nicks should not drop 3 TDs in two games. The WRs have been flat out awful!!!!! Running the wrong routes, dropping passes, dropping TDs, cutting off their routes that cause INTS. Eli has not played great, but no one is helping him out. VC was good against the Jets but he continued to cut his routes short. The WRs need to step it up.
            sigpic"Remain in what you are, the center of your life
            You made it to this point no one can tell you how..." Gojira-Vacuity

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            • #7
              Re: We need Eli to step up

              [quote user="Roosevelt"][quote user="TheReal_LT"][quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

              His rating (averaged) is 53.5.* He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's.* His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

              I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.





              [/quote]

              If we could get Manningham and Ballard back that would help Eli a lot....worse case scenerio one of them back....[/quote]

              Good point.* Let's keep our fingers crossed we have them both back Sunday night.
              [/quote]

              I have both my fingers and toes crossed...

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              • #8
                Re: We need Eli to step up

                [quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

                His rating (averaged) is 53.5. He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's. His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

                I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.





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                No he hasn't, his receivers have played VERY poorly. Eli won us the Cowboys game & played well against the jets despite the drops, wrote routes & penalties.. also not having Manningham or Ballard.

                None of our receivers were fighting for position... it was pathetic

                Not to mention the O-line was once again swish cheese
                "Once a Giant, ALWAYS, a Giant."

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                • #9
                  Re: We need Eli to step up

                  "Not to mention the O-line was swiss cheese once again"

                  Yeah i thought it was a dumb move juggling the O-line around when we started having a semblance of a running game and Eli was getting better protection

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                  • #10
                    Re: We need Eli to step up



                    [quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"][quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

                    His rating (averaged) is 53.5. He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's. His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

                    I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.





                    [/quote]

                    No he hasn't, his receivers have played VERY poorly. Eli won us the Cowboys game & played well against the jets despite the drops, wrote routes & penalties.. also not having Manningham or Ballard.

                    None of our receivers were fighting for position... it was pathetic

                    Not to mention the O-line was once again swish cheese
                    [/quote]




                    come on...Eli has been sucking right along with the recievers. I like Eli a whole bunch but I dont make excuses for him. he has been off and to make things worse there have been drops too.




                    Its a package deal and right now the package isnt clicking.

                    "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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                    • #11
                      Re: We need Eli to step up

                      [quote user="Down-lifer"][quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

                      His rating (averaged) is 53.5. He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's. His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

                      I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.





                      [/quote]Heres a better idea... Maybe that "top notch" WR, Nicks should not drop 3 TDs in two games. The WRs have been flat out awful!!!!! Running the wrong routes, dropping passes, dropping TDs, cutting off their routes that cause INTS. Eli has not played great, but no one is helping him out. VC was good against the Jets but he continued to cut his routes short. The WRs need to step it up.[/quote]

                      To say no one is helping him out is just not true. Cruz took his 11 yard pass and turned it into a 99 yard TD - the longest in team history. We gained more yards on that play then the 25 plays before that combined.

                      The problem IMO is Gilbride's system. What other team has as many communication issues between QB and WR's? This has been an ongoing problem ever since Eli and Gilbride have been together.

                      Granted, Nicks has not played great the last 2 weeks, but he doesn't have the ball in his hands every play which is why I'm calling on Eli. That long pass play was brutal against the Skins, but it's obvious he didn't see the pass because of the sun.

                      The pass to Beckum as an example was a terribly thrown pass - you can't fire it at a guy who's just a couple yards off the LOS. You have to have some touch.

                      This isn't an anti-Eli thread by any means. This is a thread is about wanting the very best from him to lead us into the playoffs.
                      Torque it till it breaks, then back off a 1/4 turn.

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                      • #12
                        Re: We need Eli to step up

                        [quote user="NYG4lifeNYK"][quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

                        His rating (averaged) is 53.5. He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's. His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

                        I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.





                        [/quote]

                        No he hasn't, his receivers have played VERY poorly. Eli won us the Cowboys game & played well against the jets despite the drops, wrote routes & penalties.. also not having Manningham or Ballard.

                        None of our receivers were fighting for position... it was pathetic

                        Not to mention the O-line was once again swish cheese
                        [/quote]

                        Swish cheese? lol.

                        Holes at the line are what we looking for.
                        Torque it till it breaks, then back off a 1/4 turn.

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                        • #13
                          Re: We need Eli to step up

                          I'm not knocking Eli because he WAS carrying us early on but I'm starting to think that some of this miscommunication with the wideouts is on him. Not all the time but he does have a deep southern accent... maybe it be throwing guys off... probably don't be understanding what he's saying half the time.

                          Besides that, he gets way too many delay of game penalties for me to think otherwise. Hopefully they can step it up as a unit because we're defintely gonna need em.

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                          • #14
                            Re: We need Eli to step up

                            [quote user="TheReal_LT"]"Not to mention the O-line was swiss cheese once again"

                            Yeah i thought it was a dumb move juggling the O-line around when we started having a semblance of a running game and Eli was getting better protection[/quote]

                            I agree. I would have changed a thing.

                            1st half we couldn't run the ball. 2nd half we could but Eli and Gilbride "knew better".
                            Torque it till it breaks, then back off a 1/4 turn.

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                            • #15
                              Re: We need Eli to step up



                              [quote user="Roosevelt"][quote user="Down-lifer"][quote user="Roosevelt"]Eli has played pretty poorly for the last 2 weeks.

                              His rating (averaged) is 53.5. He's thrown 1 TD vs 4 INT's. His completion verses the Jets was 33%.

                              I believe this team has a chance to make some noise if our defense can build off the Jets game and Eli and our offense can return to form.





                              [/quote]Heres a better idea... Maybe that "top notch" WR, Nicks should not drop 3 TDs in two games. The WRs have been flat out awful!!!!! Running the wrong routes, dropping passes, dropping TDs, cutting off their routes that cause INTS. Eli has not played great, but no one is helping him out. VC was good against the Jets but he continued to cut his routes short. The WRs need to step it up.[/quote]

                              To say no one is helping him out is just not true. Cruz took his 11 yard pass and turned it into a 99 yard TD - the longest in team history. We gained more yards on that play then the 25 plays before that combined.

                              The problem IMO is Gilbride's system. What other team has as many communication issues between QB and WR's? This has been an ongoing problem ever since Eli and Gilbride have been together.

                              Granted, Nicks has not played great the last 2 weeks, but he doesn't have the ball in his hands every play which is why I'm calling on Eli. That long pass play was brutal against the Skins, but it's obvious he didn't see the pass because of the sun.

                              The pass to Beckum as an example was a terribly thrown pass - you can't fire it at a guy who's just a couple yards off the LOS. You have to have some touch.

                              This isn't an anti-Eli thread by any means. This is a thread is about wanting the very best from him to lead us into the playoffs.
                              [/quote]




                              bingo....




                              I had mentioned too in another thread. He is forcing the ball. He doesnt need too. He is pushing and he doesnt need too. He needs to take a step back and get it all togther.




                              Vs the Jets he throws to Barden with Revis on him.....dumb. He whips the ball at Beckum....dumb. He tries to force the ball to Thomas who has seen what...like 10 passes all year. He is making bad decisions at the moment. Not knocking him but I am just seeing what he is doing. The drops and play calling isnt helping either.




                              Lets Go Eli and lets go offense.

                              "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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