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    I have to start with Suh. He said his play was poor, and said that the team giving up the rushing yards last year was embarrassing. After giving up 160 vs Wash, I do not want to be the player or two blocking him this Sunday.

    Tannehill was not as down on himself but, it was close. I expect him to be MUCH better.

    Albert was not himself, which there were valid reasons for. I expect him to be better, and Dallas to do the same on the left side.

    Those 3 make a dramatic difference in a game, which I anticipate happening in a Big Win.

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    I picked Parker last week so I'm still waiting for that to happen and this week I want to see Tannehill look a lot sharper. Throw in our D-line and we should be good.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by So Be View Post
      I have to start with Suh. He said his play was poor, and said that the team giving up the rushing yards last year was embarrassing. After giving up 160 vs Wash, I do not want to be the player or two blocking him this Sunday.

      Tannehill was not as down on himself but, it was close. I expect him to be MUCH better.

      Albert was not himself, which there were valid reasons for. I expect him to be better, and Dallas to do the same on the left side.

      Those 3 make a dramatic difference in a game, which I anticipate happening in a Big Win.
      Good choices, though i'm hoping like hell Coyle doesn't ruin Suh by using him improperly - I've read that Coyle in answer to his defense initially being way too complicated, may have over-simplified it..The Skins had no problems figuring the D out & cut-blocking back on Suh to virtually negate him...

      I expect a big game from Tannehill and might start worrying a bit if he looks as bad as he did against the Skins..

      The OLine really needs to step up, there were times against the Skins where it looked like the nightmare from a few years ago when the pocket collapsed on RT before he even had a chance...

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      • #4
        Albert is going to probably be matched up on Odie, who will be jacked up for this game. Hope Albert is feeling up to snuff.

        Last year Sen'derrick Marks had a great game against us. Glad he's out of this game. Their LT is gimpy, so I'm hoping that OV or Shelby will be able to take advantage. Sucks that Wake and Jones are banged up.

        I'll be traveling to Seattle tomorrow, so will miss the game. Hope Tannehill bounces back. Guy I'm most interested in watching this game is Suh - followed by Jenkins, then Vigil. Hoping the rookie continues to improve and take snaps away from Sheppard.

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        • #5
          J. Taylor: Does he build off of what he did last week and continue to improve/develop.

          The O-line: Yes the ENTIRE O-line needs to continue to gel and keep Tannehill clean but the most important thing I'm watching for is will they play aggressive smash mouth football and open up running lanes.

          The D: Can they stop the run and get off the field to allow the O to put points on the board so they can pin their ears back. I don't want to see this bend but don't break BS allowing the Jags to march down the field. I want to see the Hoover Dam, 3 and out, helmet flying dominant D for ALL 4 quarters.

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