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  • Tough to be a homer

    After watching yesterday it is becoming harder and harder to find the "positive" spin on this team. I agree with about every negative thread on this team right now. We have way too much talent on this team to look this pedestrian. Philbin made a fatal mistake keeping Coyle. If Suh is already free-lansing as they are saying it would suggest the scheme does not fit his strengths. Unfortunately we also know Philbin will keep the status quo and not make a change until it is too late.

    The only positive thing I can come up with is we're 2 games into the season. We've started hot and collapsed late. My only hope is at some point coaches, players, etc. figure out how to start playing to our potential and we have a strong November and December. I fully expect us to be 1 and 2 after next week because unlike Miami, Buffalo actually shows a pulse.

  • #2
    My condolences for you, Homer. I really wanted to eat that gigantic plate of Crow you are saving for me in your freezer but after two games that just isn't going to happen. Tannehill does NOT look like a 4th year player out there. Yes, he can look sharp from time to time but for the most part he looks like a rookie with potential, after 3 plus seasons in the NFL.

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    • #3
      We are all in the same boat but it's harder for you cause your stance is always looking at the good we accomplish. Wish we were all this way but individual is the ingredient that adds spice. I'm still hopeful we pick up a winning steak big time.
      The deeper the roots, the higher the reach.

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      • #4
        I hear ya Ted... but I think once again bad luck and Injuries have really sapped this team. I know that's an excuse as the Jags had their own share of injuries, but we lack quality depth and have even less quality coaching. If we were healthy, this would have been the win we expected.

        I was traveling and didn't get to watch anything live, but from what I have gathered from reading reports and posts:

        - We played the entire 2nd half without Wake.

        - Walt Aikens is learning OTJ and was getting torched with mental mistakes.

        - Albert got hurt and we now have the worst left side of an OL in the NFL and maybe the worst overall OL at this point.

        - Sims was out and his blocking clearing missed.

        - Jordan Cameron got a groin injury at a crucial moment in the game and was lost.

        - Brice McCain got a lower leg injury early in the game and he was hobbling the remainder of the game.

        - OV was already dinged up with an ankle injury and the coached played him even though he was ineffective all game.

        - Reshad Jones wasn't even supposed to play, but he did and played well enough even though he was less than 100%.

        - Tannehill took an ankle injury. He clearly wasn't 100% when it came to crunch time and was needing scores in critical moments.

        - Miller took an injury as well and was also unavailable during critical parts of the game.

        For all those injuries and having even worst OL play than last game, we only lost by a field goal on the road.

        I expected a beat down of the Jags, but with our injuries, they were able to hang with us and steal a win.

        Let's just hope things start to look better on the injury front and that the coaches get their heads out of their collective asses.

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        • #5
          I hear ya Ted... but I think once again bad luck and Injuries have really sapped this team. I know that's an excuse as the Jags had their own share of injuries, but we lack quality depth and have even less quality coaching. If we were healthy, this would have been the win we expected.

          I was traveling and didn't get to watch anything live, but from what I have gathered from reading reports and posts:

          - We played the entire 2nd half without Wake. Wake can ONLY do one thing, rush the passer, he couldn't stop RT's grandma on an outside run....

          - Walt Aikens is learning OTJ and was getting torched with mental mistakes. I would cut him today, he was just bad.

          - Albert got hurt and we now have the worst left side of an OL in the NFL and maybe the worst overall OL at this point. Yep, the worse!!!!!

          - Sims was out and his blocking clearing missed.

          - Jordan Cameron got a groin injury at a crucial moment in the game and was lost.

          - Brice McCain got a lower leg injury early in the game and he was hobbling the remainder of the game. Must have been hurt, because he's another player I would've cut today....

          - OV was already dinged up with an ankle injury and the coached played him even though he was ineffective all game. He cost us the game with his stupidity....

          - Reshad Jones wasn't even supposed to play, but he did and played well enough even though he was less than 100%.

          - Tannehill took an ankle injury. He clearly wasn't 100% when it came to crunch time and was needing scores in critical moments.

          - Miller took an injury as well and was also unavailable during critical parts of the game.

          For all those injuries and having even worst OL play than last game, we only lost by a field goal on the road.

          I expected a beat down of the Jags, but with our injuries, they were able to hang with us and steal a win.

          Let's just hope things start to look better on the injury front and that the coaches get their heads out of their collective asses.[/QUOTE]

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          • #6
            And lets not forget just as was common last year with Sturgis, a missed field goal which would of made the game winner a tie ball game and we head to overtime!!

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