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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 10:46 pm 
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Dr. Van Nostrand wrote:
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how'd haynesworth do?


not too bad, he had 5 tackles , and looked like he got a little push up the middle. he only had 3 tackles in the 6 games he played with the Pats, so hopefully he can atleast be a usable piece in the D Line

that effort might have tired him out for a while.

don't expect too much.

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that effort might have tired him out for a while.
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his last game as a patriot, actually his last play as a patriot, wasn't quite as bad as that .gif, but it was similar in that he was single blocked and got pushed out of the way for jacobs to run into the endzone.

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I had free tickets to yesterday's game. I'm a Bengals fan so I wasn't rooting for either team, but the team and stadium were about as lifeless as I've ever seen at a pro football game. The Bucs D didn't even look very interested in hitting anybody. Arian Foster just kind of jogged through the D on his 80 yard TD catch. Just terrible. Now I know why the Bucs volunteer to go to London every chance they get.

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Ilium wrote:
I had free tickets to yesterday's game. I'm a Bengals fan so I wasn't rooting for either team, but the team and stadium were about as lifeless as I've ever seen at a pro football game. The Bucs D didn't even look very interested in hitting anybody. Arian Foster just kind of jogged through the D on his 80 yard TD catch. Just terrible. Now I know why the Bucs volunteer to go to London every chance they get.


it certainly looked like that on tv also, this team can be so up and down, i hate to say it because i love the guy, but it may just be that Raheem can get the job done, he is a great motivator, but im not sure if he is doing a good job of preparing them for game time.

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Dr. Van Nostrand wrote:
Ilium wrote:
I had free tickets to yesterday's game. I'm a Bengals fan so I wasn't rooting for either team, but the team and stadium were about as lifeless as I've ever seen at a pro football game. The Bucs D didn't even look very interested in hitting anybody. Arian Foster just kind of jogged through the D on his 80 yard TD catch. Just terrible. Now I know why the Bucs volunteer to go to London every chance they get.


it certainly looked like that on tv also, this team can be so up and down, i hate to say it because i love the guy, but it may just be that Raheem can get the job done, he is a great motivator, but im not sure if he is doing a good job of preparing them for game time.


If they were just jogging around it doesn't sound like they were very motivated.

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Dr. Van Nostrand wrote:
Ilium wrote:
I had free tickets to yesterday's game. I'm a Bengals fan so I wasn't rooting for either team, but the team and stadium were about as lifeless as I've ever seen at a pro football game. The Bucs D didn't even look very interested in hitting anybody. Arian Foster just kind of jogged through the D on his 80 yard TD catch. Just terrible. Now I know why the Bucs volunteer to go to London every chance they get.


it certainly looked like that on tv also, this team can be so up and down, i hate to say it because i love the guy, but it may just be that Raheem can get the job done, he is a great motivator, but im not sure if he is doing a good job of preparing them for game time.


I think the team is just too young to have just an inexperienced coach.

They need an old school, kick you in the ass, style of coach...not a "oh yeah, play hard for me, because I'm your homie" coach.


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ScottZeagle wrote:
Dr. Van Nostrand wrote:
Ilium wrote:
I had free tickets to yesterday's game. I'm a Bengals fan so I wasn't rooting for either team, but the team and stadium were about as lifeless as I've ever seen at a pro football game. The Bucs D didn't even look very interested in hitting anybody. Arian Foster just kind of jogged through the D on his 80 yard TD catch. Just terrible. Now I know why the Bucs volunteer to go to London every chance they get.


it certainly looked like that on tv also, this team can be so up and down, i hate to say it because i love the guy, but it may just be that Raheem can get the job done, he is a great motivator, but im not sure if he is doing a good job of preparing them for game time.


I think the team is just too young to have just an inexperienced coach.

They need an old school, kick you in the ass, style of coach...not a "oh yeah, play hard for me, because I'm your homie" coach.


thats what im coming around on, again, i love Raheems enthusiasm and over all attitude, but i dont think it is the right fit for this team, i hope i wrong, but they have a lot of talent but they arent getting the most out of it.

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It pained me to whip your ass in Fantasy Football this weekend, mainly due to your Bucs logo.

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ScottZeagle wrote:
It pained me to whip your ass in Fantasy Football this weekend, mainly due to your Bucs logo.

:(


LOL, its cool, im still hoping to sneak into the playoffs some how, but even if i do, my team is rough this year. :lol:

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I kind of liked Morris in there, but after 10 in a row, I guess a house-cleaning was in order. Kind of worried about Freeman's INT totals for this year too.

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Morris had to go. The team just looked demotivated when I saw them get reamed by the Falcons. They need someone that will get the most out of the talent every week.


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That Michael Turner probably the slowest starting RB in the NFL with a groin injury no less went untouched on an 80 yard score tells you just how much quit was in that defense. No one wanted any part of tackling Turner.

They didn't just quit they rolled over. Lot of talent on that team too to play like that.

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Just want to go on the record and say I'm not too excited about this hire.

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the Dave Wannstedt coaching tree has done alright...

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dont really know anything about Schiano, but im atleast happy that the search is over and that its not Sherman, lets hope he can put together a decent coaching staff and see what we get next season.

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Just want to go on the record and say I'm not too excited about this hire.


Yeah, I'm pretty unsure myself.

They say he is a disciplinarian, and that's what his young team needs, so I hope it works out.


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I feel like youare following me around in the sports forum and harrassing me, Ellis. Stop it!

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