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Old 09-23-2013, 10:07 PM   #1
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Has accounted for 1 turnover already...This guy needs to be able to effectively pass block.
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Old 09-23-2013, 10:08 PM   #2
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Manning was sacked once tonight. Not every tackle is Ryan Clady. Clark played well enough otherwise.


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Get the **** out of here with this stupid ass thread. He had one mistake. The rest of the game was solid.

Jesus.
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Clark played well tonight. His mistake was not just holding the guy and take the penalty since he was beat. I actually feel a lot better after seeing him.

This is his first start, and it was against a pretty good DE in Houston, he will only get better.
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Old 09-23-2013, 10:13 PM   #5
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Get the **** out of here with this stupid ass thread. He had one mistake. The rest of the game was solid.

Jesus.
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Old 09-23-2013, 10:16 PM   #6
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Like a day without sunshine.....a OM poster with yet another "we're doomed" thread.
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Well a couple things to point out on that play.
Empty backfield, 5 potential WR's. This formation you probably should expect to throw the ball fast. Manning didn't.
I highly doubt we go out in that formation very much, we don't really need to in order to exploit mismatches.
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Considering how many sacks Oakland had coming into the game, felt like he did okay. One holding penalty, and one sack. He can improve but it was a decent game.

More concerned with the fumble by Ball
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It could've been worse considering.
That was a learning experience for him.
That was just one time he got beat, and while it resulted in a turnover, it wasn't as bad. Normally under thses same circumnstances, the QB is in for a long night.
Clark did as good as he could've done, not perfect, but he gets a passing grade...
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Old 09-23-2013, 10:36 PM   #10
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Get the **** out of here with this stupid ass thread. He had one mistake. The rest of the game was solid.

Jesus.
Eggshells damnit!

Watch the film again...then we talk about how well Clark did.
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Eggshells damnit!

Watch the film again...then we talk about how well Clark did.
Like I said, get the **** out of here with this lame ****. But clearly, you have to know what you are watching.........
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Chris Clark turns in a damn fine performance overall and vegas_bronco decides to make this thread. What a dip****.
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With the exception of the one play that was the best performance by a backup left tackle I've seen.
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With the exception of the one play that was the best performance by a backup left tackle I've seen.
Watch the film again, then apparently something will show up that isn't there. WATCH THE FILM
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Old 09-23-2013, 10:48 PM   #15
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Well a couple things to point out on that play.
Empty backfield, 5 potential WR's. This formation you probably should expect to throw the ball fast. Manning didn't.
I highly doubt we go out in that formation very much, we don't really need to in order to exploit mismatches.
Good point. And at that point in the game, and at that place of the field, more conservative play calling there was probably warranted. A pass is OK, but protection of Manning should have taken priority.
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Good point. And at that point in the game, and at that place of the field, more conservative play calling there was probably warranted. A pass is OK, but protection of Manning should have taken priority.
Watch the film...... ok. Just watch the film.
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With the exception of the one play that was the best performance by a backup left tackle I've seen.
I honestly didn't even notice a dropoff other than on that one play. I can see why they extended the guy.
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Watch the film...... ok. Just watch the film.
OK. But the film tonight showed that Clark played well tonight, and I don't think it will show anything different the 2nd time, but I'll give it a try.
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OK. But the film tonight showed that Clark played well tonight, and I don't think it will show anything different the 2nd time, but I'll give it a try.
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Eggshells damnit!

Watch the film again...then we talk about how well Clark did.
Clark was the player I was watching the most. Was most interested to see how he would perform. He's not Clady, but he's at least a serviceable starting LT. Other then Manning, might be the most important player on our team. If he gets hurt, there would be some major shuffling of our line.

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I honestly didn't even notice a dropoff other than on that one play. I can see why they extended the guy.
It's worth noting that apparently they agreed on the extension on the Friday before the game; but he didn't sign it until the Monday after. In other words, they knew what they had before the injury. Smart FO, imo.
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OK, just finished watching the film and it was in fact the worst performance by a backup left tackle I've ever seen. sorry for the confusion.
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OK, just finished watching the film and it was in fact the worst performance by a backup left tackle I've ever seen. sorry for the confusion.
Phew, thank you. I totally watched the film again as well. Man he stunk, I mean he led to at least 5 of Mannings sacks.
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Phew, thank you. I totally watched the film again as well. Man he stunk, I mean he led to at least 5 of Mannings sacks.
I just watched the film, and this thread still sucks.
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Chris Clark played great other than that sack, oh well he gave a sack to a quality pass rusher get over it

at least he wasn't food all night long

we are fortunate he played good and if he continues to play as well as tonight we should be thankful.
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