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Offline Zero2Cool  
#21 Posted : Thursday, September 18, 2008 11:09:34 PM(UTC)
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I just hope that TO doesn't treat Al Harris like the bitch that Plaxico treated him like last year... :crybaby:


I'd have hoped you actually watched the game. You'd see that yes Plaxico had the upper hand, but when you're six inches plus more than the the defender. It's easy to do that. It also doesn't hurt that when the defender is on the left the ball is thrown to the upper right way out of his reach. Hardly a complete ownage like some people who didn't pay attention to WHY Plaxico racked up a lot of yards in the first half of the game.

Plaxico had something like four catches for 42 yards in the second half. Obviously he was adjusted for and I don't think he even scored a TD in that game.
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Offline FloridaPacker88  
#22 Posted : Thursday, September 18, 2008 11:16:53 PM(UTC)
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Remember last season Woodson and KGB were both absent, and they're both intricate parts of our pass Defense. Romo seems to cave under pressure so we need to bring it early and often. Dallas O-line is one of monsters but they struggle against pure speed rushers, I recall Trent Cole who is much smaller than even KGB beating Flozell adams on several accounts throughout last season, i didn't pay much attention to him on MNF though (to focused on the fire works!). I think our Dline may be in for a feast.

This will all help Harris and the others in coverage as Dallas very much so neutralized our Pass rush last year.

Another big help will be Woodson being in the line up, His Ballhawking abillity will prompt them to throw away from him which could very much so allow us to double T.O. If they put Owens into Motion it wont be Jarrett Bush and Tramon Williams out there this year, as if they move him into the slot its usually Mr. Woodson covering the slot man in Nickel Packages, so in order to neutralize Harris' Press Coverage their gonna have to shift him to other side of the field were Tramon WIlliams is. If He moves to that side they should slide the coverage over there, or even have Harris follow him.

We need to play to our strengths this game, changing our scheme only benifits them more as seen last season. We need to be physical every down, we may and probably will give up some big plays, but at least were gonna make em work for it.
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Offline Greg C.  
#23 Posted : Thursday, September 18, 2008 11:32:27 PM(UTC)
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Hes almost surely the best receiver on the Packers regular-season schedule this year and might be one of the three or four best receivers in the game.
im sorry but i thought we have to play indy with Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne and lets not forget Andre Johnson


Do you honestly believe that any of those guys are better than Owens?
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Offline FloridaPacker88  
#24 Posted : Thursday, September 18, 2008 11:34:52 PM(UTC)
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Harrison has seen better days as a Wideout but he's still very capable. He's def not a T.O. though. Andre Johnson when Healthy can much so be brought into the conversation if its about pure skill and talent. Wayne is an excellent wideout but he's a much different mold of wideout.
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