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    Rewatched the game....

    Even though the refs were killing us, I gotta tell you, we got lucky numerous times in that game. There were receivers for GB that were as wide open as they could possibly be and dropped the easiest passes ever. This happened numerous times. Eli also threw a handful of passes that could've easily been picked, we got away with most of them except the one to Clay ofcourse.

    We also got lucky on the Hynoski return where he signaled for a fair catch but still returned it. As per the rule book, what he did was in fact a call for a fair catch and we got 16 free yards.

    Last but not least, they had 2 of their inside LB's out for the game and a pretty terrible defense to begin with, this Dallas game should be a bit of a tougher opponent in terms of running the ball.

    All in all though, I think we obviously gave GB the toughest game of their season and we played one of our best games as well. But there is definitely room for improvement and Dallas won't just be a walk in the park. Our defense needs to be able to generate more pressure on Romo, I can't stress this enough. Rodgers had all day in the pocket on almost all of the 3 man rush plays. We need bring more pressure after Romo or else Witten will be open all day.

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    Re: Rewatched the game....

    [quote user="egyptian420"]Even though the refs were killing us, I gotta tell you, we got lucky numerous times in that game. There were receivers for GB that were as wide open as they could possibly be and dropped the easiest passes ever. This happened numerous times. Eli also threw a handful of passes that could've easily been picked, we got away with most of them except the one to Clay ofcourse.

    We also got lucky on the Hynoski return where he signaled for a fair catch but still returned it. As per the rule book, what he did was in fact a call for a fair catch and we got 16 free yards.

    Last but not least, they had 2 of their inside LB's out for the game and a pretty terrible defense to begin with, this Dallas game should be a bit of a tougher opponent in terms of running the ball.

    All in all though, I think we obviously gave GB the toughest game of their season and we played one of our best games as well. But there is definitely room for improvement and Dallas won't just be a walk in the park. Our defense needs to be able to generate more pressure on Romo, I can't stress this enough. Rodgers had all day in the pocket on almost all of the 3 man rush plays. We need bring more pressure after Romo or else Witten will be open all day.
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    We won't stop,Jason, we never do even when we had great defenses. We need to shut down dez and miles
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    In the midst of this losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    Re: Rewatched the game....

    [quote user="miked1958"][quote user="egyptian420"]Even though the refs were killing us, I gotta tell you, we got lucky numerous times in that game. There were receivers for GB that were as wide open as they could possibly be and dropped the easiest passes ever. This happened numerous times. Eli also threw a handful of passes that could've easily been picked, we got away with most of them except the one to Clay ofcourse.

    We also got lucky on the Hynoski return where he signaled for a fair catch but still returned it. As per the rule book, what he did was in fact a call for a fair catch and we got 16 free yards.

    Last but not least, they had 2 of their inside LB's out for the game and a pretty terrible defense to begin with, this Dallas game should be a bit of a tougher opponent in terms of running the ball.

    All in all though, I think we obviously gave GB the toughest game of their season and we played one of our best games as well. But there is definitely room for improvement and Dallas won't just be a walk in the park. Our defense needs to be able to generate more pressure on Romo, I can't stress this enough. Rodgers had all day in the pocket on almost all of the 3 man rush plays. We need bring more pressure after Romo or else Witten will be open all day.
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    We won't stop,Jason, we never do even when we had great defenses. We need to shut down dez and miles[/quote]
    And that's what bothers me, I feel like we can contain Dez and Miles more so than Witten. We need to bring a 4 man rush at the very least or they'll keep going to Witten like GB kept going to Finley. I'm sick of seeing offenses have all the time in the world. We need to rush them and stop them from moving the damn chains.

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    Re: Rewatched the game....

    [quote user="egyptian420"][quote user="miked1958"][quote user="egyptian420"]Even though the refs were killing us, I gotta tell you, we got lucky numerous times in that game. There were receivers for GB that were as wide open as they could possibly be and dropped the easiest passes ever. This happened numerous times. Eli also threw a handful of passes that could've easily been picked, we got away with most of them except the one to Clay ofcourse.

    We also got lucky on the Hynoski return where he signaled for a fair catch but still returned it. As per the rule book, what he did was in fact a call for a fair catch and we got 16 free yards.

    Last but not least, they had 2 of their inside LB's out for the game and a pretty terrible defense to begin with, this Dallas game should be a bit of a tougher opponent in terms of running the ball.

    All in all though, I think we obviously gave GB the toughest game of their season and we played one of our best games as well. But there is definitely room for improvement and Dallas won't just be a walk in the park. Our defense needs to be able to generate more pressure on Romo, I can't stress this enough. Rodgers had all day in the pocket on almost all of the 3 man rush plays. We need bring more pressure after Romo or else Witten will be open all day.
    [/quote]
    We won't stop,Jason, we never do even when we had great defenses. We need to shut down dez and miles[/quote]
    And that's what bothers me, I feel like we can contain Dez and Miles more so than Witten. We need to bring a 4 man rush at the very least or they'll keep going to Witten like GB kept going to Finley. I'm sick of seeing offenses have all the time in the world. We need to rush them and stop them from moving the damn chains.
    [/quote]
    Easier said then done
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    In the midst of this losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    Re: Rewatched the game....

    [quote user="egyptian420"][quote user="miked1958"][quote user="egyptian420"]Even though the refs were killing us, I gotta tell you, we got lucky numerous times in that game. There were receivers for GB that were as wide open as they could possibly be and dropped the easiest passes ever. This happened numerous times. Eli also threw a handful of passes that could've easily been picked, we got away with most of them except the one to Clay ofcourse.

    We also got lucky on the Hynoski return where he signaled for a fair catch but still returned it. As per the rule book, what he did was in fact a call for a fair catch and we got 16 free yards.

    Last but not least, they had 2 of their inside LB's out for the game and a pretty terrible defense to begin with, this Dallas game should be a bit of a tougher opponent in terms of running the ball.

    All in all though, I think we obviously gave GB the toughest game of their season and we played one of our best games as well. But there is definitely room for improvement and Dallas won't just be a walk in the park. Our defense needs to be able to generate more pressure on Romo, I can't stress this enough. Rodgers had all day in the pocket on almost all of the 3 man rush plays. We need bring more pressure after Romo or else Witten will be open all day.
    [/quote]
    We won't stop,Jason, we never do even when we had great defenses. We need to shut down dez and miles[/quote]
    And that's what bothers me, I feel like we can contain Dez and Miles more so than Witten. We need to bring a 4 man rush at the very least or they'll keep going to Witten like GB kept going to Finley. I'm sick of seeing offenses have all the time in the world. We need to rush them and stop them from moving the damn chains.
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    They need to send 5 a lot, Romo's history againts the Giants rush thru the middle with LBs always has paid good dividens. Saw the replay against the Cards and they also had good success sending 5 or 6 at times mostly colapsing the pocket thru the middle. Like many I like and have seen the Giants match up very well against their O. The X factor this year for them is Murray. Obviously it starts and ends with the run. The Giants must stop the run and then everything will be fine.
    " Success is never final, but failure can be " B.P.

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    Re: Rewatched the game....

    [quote user="G-Men Surg."][quote user="egyptian420"][quote user="miked1958"][quote user="egyptian420"]Even though the refs were killing us, I gotta tell you, we got lucky numerous times in that game. There were receivers for GB that were as wide open as they could possibly be and dropped the easiest passes ever. This happened numerous times. Eli also threw a handful of passes that could've easily been picked, we got away with most of them except the one to Clay ofcourse.

    We also got lucky on the Hynoski return where he signaled for a fair catch but still returned it. As per the rule book, what he did was in fact a call for a fair catch and we got 16 free yards.

    Last but not least, they had 2 of their inside LB's out for the game and a pretty terrible defense to begin with, this Dallas game should be a bit of a tougher opponent in terms of running the ball.

    All in all though, I think we obviously gave GB the toughest game of their season and we played one of our best games as well. But there is definitely room for improvement and Dallas won't just be a walk in the park. Our defense needs to be able to generate more pressure on Romo, I can't stress this enough. Rodgers had all day in the pocket on almost all of the 3 man rush plays. We need bring more pressure after Romo or else Witten will be open all day.
    [/quote]
    We won't stop,Jason, we never do even when we had great defenses. We need to shut down dez and miles[/quote]
    And that's what bothers me, I feel like we can contain Dez and Miles more so than Witten. We need to bring a 4 man rush at the very least or they'll keep going to Witten like GB kept going to Finley. I'm sick of seeing offenses have all the time in the world. We need to rush them and stop them from moving the damn chains.
    [/quote]

    They need to send 5 a lot, Romo's history againts the Giants rush thru the middle with LBs always has paid good dividens. Saw the replay against the Cards and they also had good success sending 5 or 6 at times mostly colapsing the pocket thru the middle. Like many I like and have seen the Giants match up very well against their O. The X factor this year for them is Murray. Obviously it starts and ends with the run. The Giants must stop the run and then everything will be fine.[/quote]
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