Last edited by repeatchamps; 10-02-2012 at 04:23 PM.
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Last edited by repeatchamps; 10-02-2012 at 04:32 PM.
Great players make great plays no matter where they are on the field. Period. They have a presence. Despite how the fans may feel about Tuck and Osi at the moment I'd be willing to bet most LBs would love to play behind the Giants D-Line. A good D-Line can take the pressure off your backers. You could argue that San Fransico's D-line is comperable to the Giants, perhaps a little better, and Patrick Willis and Navorro Bowman make plays. Lots of them. Been doing it for years. Part of that may be scheme, but those two linebackers would make plays on ANY defense.
He was the Achilles heel on Sunday night. Credit the Eagles for attacking it, time after time.
Not sure what Fewell was watching, but I would have yanked Osi's *** after the 4th or 5th blown assignment.
As far as Willis and Bowman, I have no problem admitting they are better than Kiwi-Boley but that doesn't really say very much. No tandem anywhere in the NFL is as good as those two. Doesn't mean Kiwi is not doing his job as is needed while only getting help from Boley and JPP when JPP is not triple teamed.
Last edited by repeatchamps; 10-02-2012 at 04:52 PM.