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    why cant we just admit sometimes the coaches get beat???


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    you guys know that when a qb does that option bs, he's fair game whether he keeps it or not right? NE kept on hitting Tebow and only tebow to punish him for the option.

    our guys wanted to sing rg3 sonnets and send him flowers...complete joke. kiwi and canty played hard imo. tuck, osi and sadly jpp...did not esp tuck and osi

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    Nah......it was the offense that blew it no question. The gamplan was poorly executed by the offense. The coaching staff already knew we had no answer for thier run game.
    And now, in the interest of equal time, here is a message from the National Institute of Pancakes: It reads, and I quote, **** waffles.......G Carlin

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantsfan420 View Post
    you guys know that when a qb does that option bs, he's fair game whether he keeps it or not right? NE kept on hitting Tebow and only tebow to punish him for the option.

    our guys wanted to sing rg3 sonnets and send him flowers...complete joke. kiwi and canty played hard imo. tuck, osi and sadly jpp...did not esp tuck and osi
    osi kept looking for the strip sack as he does he would run around the RB


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    And when teams run on you like that and kill time, it makes it so much harder.
    They did run well in the second half but they only scored 1 TD. The problem is the offense didn't score enough points when they had the ball in scoring position. All those running numbers and 1 TD should not have sunk this team with all the time they had the ball in the first half and all their chances in scoring position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harooni View Post
    why cant we just admit sometimes the coaches get beat???
    The coaches get treated like Gods around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudyy View Post
    The coaches get treated like Gods around here.
    You can question the play calling, but the coaches didn't get called for a single penalty last night. Not taking a dig at Eli but he missed his WR's a couple of times last night for plays that could have gone the distance. For a team that struggles in the red zone those where huge plays. He did play well but he probably knew he just missed.

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    the offense didnt fumble the ball nor throw an int. in fact the running game was good oline and eli was good and bennett cruz and nicks were good. so we only scored 16 points why??? well look at the guy calling the plays there is no one left to blame


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    No, they committed penalties when they had first downs in scoring position for in them into a 1st and 15 and a 2nd and 20. Even the TD they did score showed it to be an 85 yards drive but in reality was more like 105 because of penalties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy333 View Post
    You can question the play calling, but the coaches didn't get called for a single penalty last night. Not taking a dig at Eli but he missed his WR's a couple of times last night for plays that could have gone the distance. For a team that struggles in the red zone those where huge plays. He did play well but he probably knew he just missed.
    Our playcalling has been shaky the past few weeks minus the Green Bay game.

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