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Old 01-05-2013, 10:17 PM
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I guess Sims injury last year wasn't why the Texans ran on us.

While our Lbs were getting driven back our defensive line was owned today. There were huge holes for Foster.
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:17 PM
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I guess Sims injury last year wasn't why the Texans ran on us.

While our Lbs were getting driven back our defensive line was owned today. There were huge holes for Foster.
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:19 PM
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The entire D-Line ******.

Peko actually made a couple plays. But he was the only one.
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:20 PM
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Burfict was just as bad. Rey was horrible in coverage. The entire front 7 got owned.
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:23 PM
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I guess Sims injury last year wasn't why the Texans ran on us.

While our Lbs were getting driven back our defensive line was owned today. There were huge holes for Foster.
Foster averaged 6.4 YPC in the playoff game last year with 2 TDs

Today he averaged 4.4 YPC with1 TD

Where is the myth?
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:25 PM
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Foster averaged 6.4 YPC in the playoff game last year with 2 TDs

Today he averaged 4.4 YPC with1 TD

Where is the myth?
I guess the myth would be the Defense holding the Texans to 4 field goals and one touch down. Could have been 35 to 10.

Oh wait not a myth.

D got it done. Plain and simple.

Not railing on you Bfine just all the dumbarses that think defense was an issue
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:27 PM
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Rey is bad. I had a friend who was watching who I told watch every time somebody look at the uniform number. We have number 58 time and again, winner winner, chicken dinner. Rey couldn't cover a plate at Golden Corral
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:28 PM
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What my drunk fingers meant was I told him to watch every time somebody gets burned is watch who it is
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:58 PM
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Stop confusing him with facts and Stats.

The defense played a very good game today, against a good team.

The coaches let the team down with a horrible game plan, keyed on Gresham.
AJ Green is our best player, and every offense game plan should be keyed on him.

Pats Sims and the D did a good job holding the Texans in check.

The offense did not do it's part, because of poor coaching. Partly in game planning, and partly in putting Cook at Center.
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Old 01-05-2013, 11:00 PM
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The offense couldn't sustain a drive during the entire game. The defense held up considering the circumstances. Look at the time if possession difference.
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Old 01-05-2013, 11:18 PM
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Yes holding the Texans to their final score was good. Offense underperformed. But to say Defense played a very good game....with no mention of Rey? He was used and abused. They should have put Lamar in his place after first quarter to at least help on pass...maybe on run defense too.
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Old 01-05-2013, 11:22 PM
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The defense didn't even come close to losing us this game. Having said that Rey Maualuga is a huge liability ! HUGE
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Old 01-05-2013, 11:27 PM
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Foster averaged 6.4 YPC in the playoff game last year with 2 TDs

Today he averaged 4.4 YPC with1 TD

Where is the myth?
LMAO. ...yeah he was flat shut down.
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Old 01-05-2013, 11:35 PM
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I guess Sims injury last year wasn't why the Texans ran on us.

While our Lbs were getting driven back our defensive line was owned today. There were huge holes for Foster.
yeah because it was on the field the whole 1st half ...And alot of the 2nd half and still only gave up 19 points and scored 6.....The retarts keep putting gathers and gillberry down at the d tackle spot on 3rd down and we get no pressure ...And drives stay alive .....Some of the **** they do is just dumb ....But trust me where a better team with sims in there....Rey just didnt look like himself today ...Looked real slow....What ever who cares this seasons over ...next year we will have the 2 new Dtackles in there
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Old 01-06-2013, 03:10 AM
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Our D gave up 19 points but gave us a pick six. If our offense could just get a fg a quarter we could have forced ot. Can't fault the defense.
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Old 01-06-2013, 03:13 AM
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The Defense was fine, including Pat Sims. It was the Offense that lost this game.....specifically the bad play calling.
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Old 01-06-2013, 06:53 AM
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Defense was not good. Houston moved the ball at will. We couldn't stop the run, and they played simple pitch and catch in the passing game. Receievers wers running free all day. No pressure on Schaub. He had all day to throw. Not a single sack against an immobile statue at QB. And the defense was not able to get a stop at the end of the game when they needed to.

Everyone knew the game was over and the bengals would not be the ball back because the D was not capable of forcing a three and out.

Yes, the offense was putrid. But the defense wasn't very good either.
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Old 01-06-2013, 06:58 AM
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With our two young guys, I do not think he is coming back next year anyway.
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:59 AM
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Stop confusing him with facts and Stats.

The defense played a very good game today, against a good team.

The coaches let the team down with a horrible game plan, keyed on Gresham.
AJ Green is our best player, and every offense game plan should be keyed on him.

Pats Sims and the D did a good job holding the Texans in check.

The offense did not do it's part, because of poor coaching. Partly in game planning, and partly in putting Cook at Center.
Yep, we wanted to beat them with our TE and got beat by their TE (again).
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:11 AM
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Defense was not good. Houston moved the ball at will. We couldn't stop the run, and they played simple pitch and catch in the passing game. Receievers wers running free all day. No pressure on Schaub. He had all day to throw. Not a single sack against an immobile statue at QB. And the defense was not able to get a stop at the end of the game when they needed to.

Everyone knew the game was over and the bengals would not be the ball back because the D was not capable of forcing a three and out.

Yes, the offense was putrid. But the defense wasn't very good either.
Defense wasn't good? Really?

They scored a TD and held them to 19 points all while being on the field the entire game.


I swear, some of you people wouldn't be able to tell your foot from your face.
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:18 AM
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Defense wasn't good? Really?

They scored a TD and held them to 19 points all while being on the field the entire game.


I swear, some of you people wouldn't be able to tell your foot from your face.
They only scored 19 points because they only needed to score 19 points. They drove up and down the field at will. They ran at will. They passed at will. Their QB completed about 75% of his passes and the defense didn't lay a hand on him all day. And the defense couldn't get a stop when they needed it.

I don't care if they only scored 19 points. They only needed 14. They could have scored 35 if they needed it. Only one three and out the entire game. Our defense was on he field a lot for two reasons... Our offense couldn't move the ball, and because the defense couldn't stop the other team from moving he ball.

In what aspect of the game did they play well.
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:24 AM
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Defense wasn't good? Really?

They scored a TD and held them to 19 points all while being on the field the entire game.


I swear, some of you people wouldn't be able to tell your foot from your face.
Johnson dropped that TD in the end zone. Daniels had a drop on 3rd down.

We got 0 pressure on Schaub and the coverage wasn't particularly tight. In their losses the last 4 games, he was sacked a lot.

I'd say they stopped themselves more with mistakes than we did with pass rush and coverage.

How many times did they punt?
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:32 AM
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They only scored 19 points because they only needed to score 19 points. They drove up and down the field at will. They ran at will. They passed at will. Their QB completed about 75% of his passes and the defense didn't lay a hand on him all day. And the defense couldn't get a stop when they needed it.

I don't care if they only scored 19 points. They only needed 14. They could have scored 35 if they needed it. Only one three and out the entire game. Our defense was on he field a lot for two reasons... Our offense couldn't move the ball, and because the defense couldn't stop the other team from moving he ball.

In what aspect of the game did they play well.
1 for 4 in the redzone, 8 for 17 on third down, all despite being on the field for 38:49. The Bengals had 10 drives, but 6 of them had the offense on the field for 4 snaps or less. For the most part, what the defense did was miraculous. Other defensive units would have given up several scores long TDs under those conditions.
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:35 AM
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1 for 4 in the redzone, 8 for 17 on third down, all despite being on the field for 38:49. The Bengals had 10 drives, but 6 of them had the offense on the field for 4 snaps or less. For the most part, what the defense did was miraculous. Other defensive units would have given up several scores long TDs under those conditions.
Again, they were on the field for almost 40 minutes because they couldn't stop Houston's offense from moving the ball. That was because of bad defense.
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:37 AM
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Maybe you are confused. Houston's defense is the one that played well. Our defense wasn't even close to that level.
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