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Old 09-11-2013, 02:44 PM   #51
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as great as DRC was in man coverage, he blew two plays in zone

One in the first quarter I think when Torrey Smith caught a ball for a first down and Chris Harris tackled him
Harris was PO'd at DRC

The other when DRC let Torrey Smith get behind him and he was wide open

That was the play when we blitzed and Flacco didnt see him
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Old 09-11-2013, 03:00 PM   #52
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I stand by wat i said and have thought this everytime i seen him play.
 
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My internet has been a b**** lately. Connects for a minute, disconnects for three. Its an issue with Centurylink. All I can basically do about it is reset the modem and wait. So far today it's been alright. I will be on the podcast next week.

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Khan's mormanswers are some of the funniest **** I is ever hoird.
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as great as DRC was in man coverage, he blew two plays in zone

One in the first quarter I think when Torrey Smith caught a ball for a first down and Chris Harris tackled him
Harris was PO'd at DRC

The other when DRC let Torrey Smith get behind him and he was wide open

That was the play when we blitzed and Flacco didnt see him
Harris got really mad. Shows he knows not only what he is doing but what others should be doing.

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Old 09-11-2013, 04:04 PM   #58
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Really appreciate the effort guys. This is easily my favorite thing about the Mane.
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JT is nothing more than the black jacob tamme
 
Old 09-11-2013, 04:27 PM   #60
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Am i the only person who doesnt think orange julius is this athletic tight end. I mean he makes some one handed catches but who doesnt in the nfl. When he gets the ball in his hands he doesnt make 'football moves' . For example when he caught that short comeback route and turned it up for like 20 yards orw.e he ran in a circle to get away from the defender. He just does **** ive never seen before
Uhmm . . . Yes you could put it that way. Or you could see it as a TE making a catch with his back to the defender and end zone with the sideline to his right so he could either crash out of bounds or turn left and head upfield.

He chose correctly and snapped his hips, got his feet right and in a couple of steps ran by the safety who tried but failed to horse collar him. That kind of athletic move is rare for a 250 lb guy.

Welker kind of did the same thing on his first (?) touchdown when he used the defender as a shield and then spun around him by changing his direction and momentum as he turned very quickly.

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I think Shannon Sharpe said it best in an interview when he said something along the lines of Modern TEs are usually good pass catchers, they have to be, but the elite ones have the flexibility/fluidity to catch the ball and at the same time get their feet/hip set to turn upfield for a big play and yards after the catch.

Maybe I'm wrong, but I see that from Julius. Didn't see it from Tamme/Dressen/Green last year.
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Uhmm . . . Yes you could put it that way. Or you could see it as a TE making a catch with his back to the defender and end zone with the sideline to his right so he could either crash out of bounds or turn left and head upfield.

He chose right and snapped his hips, got his feet right and in a couple of steps ran by the safety who tried but failed to horse collar him. That kind of athletic move is rare for a 250 lb guy.

Welker kind of did the same thing on his first (?) touchdown when he used the defender as a shield and then spun around him by changing his direction and momentum as he turned very quickly.
Ok we can settle this easiely.

Whats bmore manning got to say about JT
 
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Last season I was sitting listening to this in an office in New York, now I'm doing it in my Berlin apartment. The podcast remains the same. YOSSSSSSS!
Last Season I was listening to this in England. This year I am listening to it in Virginia. Meh. I'd rather be in England, however, I too am glad that the awesomeness that is the podcast remains awesome. If anything I might like it better.

Great job everyone, particularly Rev., but props also to my faux Mormon Husband #2 Khan and TJ owner of the best Broncos board full of weirdos and meltdowns on the web. And to all, DO NOT WEAR KHAN's UNDERWEAR. I know where it's been and it's, well it's gotten around so yeah, don't do it, unless you like weird scratchy blotchy rashes in uncomfortable places.
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JT is nothing more than the black jacob tamme
Except Julius is bigger and much more agile and also is too fast for linebackers.

He's a basketball player, he's not stiff.

You can question his football skill, but his athletic skill? Youre wrong.
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Than you gentlemen that was beautiful.
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I don't remember if I saw this on the Mane, or if someone tld me this, but Tony Dungy apparently said it would take Peyton 2 quarters to figure out Baltimores new players tendencies and from there he would start picking apart the Ravens defense. That may have contributed to the slow start.
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Ok we can settle this easiely.

Whats bmore manning got to say about JT
Whatever he says, it'll be less retarded than the **** that you say.
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Old 09-12-2013, 05:38 AM   #68
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I don't remember if I saw this on the Mane, or if someone tld me this, but Tony Dungy apparently said it would take Peyton 2 quarters to figure out Baltimores new players tendencies and from there he would start picking apart the Ravens defense. That may have contributed to the slow start.
I still think if the refs call that 3rd down pi on the first drive there's no 'slow start' being discussed
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Hey pod cast gang, Good job! Really enjoyed it. Love the listener question segment. You guys are having fun and it shows. Who wouldn't be with this team, though. Ammirite?

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I still think if the refs call that 3rd down pi on the first drive there's no 'slow start' being discussed
Definitely agree. A lot of PI, got no calls around the league this week. Just finished watching the last of all NFL games this week. Something I have not done in 2 years. I will break down DEN Tomorrow if I can.

For all the interesting Offensive performances I saw, the one shift I have seen around the league is that DL's are dominating OL more than ever. And, that PI was rarely called all over the league and there were some real obvious ones being let go on third downs....
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Definitely agree. A lot of PI, got no calls around the league this week. Just finished watching the last of all NFL games this week. Something I have not done in 2 years. I will break down DEN Tomorrow if I can.

For all the interesting Offensive performances I saw, the one shift I have seen around the league is that DL's are dominating OL more than ever. And, that PI was rarely called all over the league and there were some real obvious ones being let go on third downs....
The little known Richard Sherman effect.
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Personally, I'm all for allowing the defenders to get away with some more physicality.

Rev, you're a big DB guy, what do you make of Tony Carter? Showed some "flashes" last year, but gets quite a bit of grief on the forum I've noticed. To me he seems like excellent depth for right now, but do you think he could ever be a legit quality starter?
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Personally, I'm all for allowing the defenders to get away with some more physicality.

Rev, you're a big DB guy, what do you make of Tony Carter? Showed some "flashes" last year, but gets quite a bit of grief on the forum I've noticed. To me he seems like excellent depth for right now, but do you think he could ever be a legit quality starter?
He's a clone of Tramon Williams. They play exactly alike.
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I stand by wat i said and have thought this everytime i seen him play.
If you saw Thomas in his street Swag you would totally see him as an athletic TE.
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Love the podcast. Finally got to listen to the whole thing at the kids soccer practice tonight.

Here is a story that may come back to haunt me. When Kahn got to the Mormon underpants part I laughed hard enough that I tooted, thing was I had the ear buds in and was not sure if other parents sitting near me heard said toot. It was a toot, not a rip and there was a good 10 yards between the other closest group of parents. No one got up and moved but I do now have the doubt for the next year that I will be labeled and known as the dude who tooted while giggling to his iphone, sitting watching soccer practice.
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