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Offline nerdmann  
#76 Posted : Monday, November 26, 2012 4:39:45 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Rockmolder Go to Quoted Post
I saw a ton of quick outs, sticks etc. None of our guys where getting any kind of seperation, though. Not that weird when they can constantly rush just four and get to Aaron in a second or three.


I think Greg Jennings might be more valuable than anyone realizes.

But I also don't think Mike McCarthy called the best game yesterday, by his own admission.
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#77 Posted : Monday, November 26, 2012 5:57:00 PM(UTC)
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Micheal Rodney's Twitter:

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It's always a risk playing a rookie, but at least Barclay has a chance to improve. EDS is a journeyman who has maxed out.


He's suggesting giving Barlay a shot over EDS.
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Offline coltonja  
#78 Posted : Monday, November 26, 2012 6:20:14 PM(UTC)
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We have a player who has never started at LG, a short term replacement(hopefully) at LT, and a player that has moved around the line since we brought him here at RT. And we went up against the best d-line in the NFL. Please, let's just throw everyone away. We could probably sign a better OL from the street. We could even bring back Clifton.

The Giants owned us last year when we had our most concrete line for years. Did we really expect to go in and dominate the trenches? There's one way to beat the Giants (and any other D as dominate as them), there must be some form of respect for the run. Balance is fine and dandy against the middle of the pack but having a quality run game is vital against teams like the 9'ers and Giants.

We may not see the Giants again this year. But if we do, I guarantee it will be a different team on our side of things for a couple of reasons-
1) The return of players- including Ced
2) A team that isn't apathetic- I believe our team came out entirely flat and read Randall Cobb said that after the game
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Offline nerdmann  
#79 Posted : Tuesday, November 27, 2012 11:14:13 PM(UTC)
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Pro Football Focus: When Rodgers had 2.6 seconds or more vs. NYG, his QB rating was 125.9. With 2.5 seconds or less, his QB rating was 25.9.
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Offline gbguy20  
#80 Posted : Wednesday, November 28, 2012 10:52:27 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: coltonja Go to Quoted Post
We have a player who has never started at LG, a short term replacement(hopefully) at LT, and a player that has moved around the line since we brought him here at RT. And we went up against the best d-line in the NFL. Please, let's just throw everyone away. We could probably sign a better OL from the street. We could even bring back Clifton.

The Giants owned us last year when we had our most concrete line for years. Did we really expect to go in and dominate the trenches? There's one way to beat the Giants (and any other D as dominate as them), there must be some form of respect for the run. Balance is fine and dandy against the middle of the pack but having a quality run game is vital against teams like the 9'ers and Giants.

We may not see the Giants again this year. But if we do, I guarantee it will be a different team on our side of things for a couple of reasons-
1) The return of players- including Ced
2) A team that isn't apathetic- I believe our team came out entirely flat and read Randall Cobb said that after the game


1) Doesn't sound like Ced is going to be returning.
2) Our team came out flat last year in playoffs. Our team came out flat Sunday in a game that they should have all been pumped for. Why are you sure they won't do the same shit again?
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