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  • #46
    Originally posted by OmegaBronco13 View Post
    Our D sucks besides Chubb, Jackson and Simmons. I can now see why Elway wanted to pay Jackson more than Harris.
    ?? Harris gave up like 1 catch yesterday.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by 2KBack View Post

      It it a totally logical plan, even if it is one you don't like. Trade for a former SB MVP who has experience in the system you want to bring in on offense, and draft a young talent. Get rid of the guy who has zero support left from the fans or new coaching staff. It's a sound plan, even if you don't like the players.
      You act like I have some personal vendetta lol. Flacco is a one-year rental who will accomplish nothing for our favorite team. True or false?

      Any rational fan sees that we are the Giants of the west, looking behind and not ahead.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by jmz313 View Post

        ?? Harris gave up like 1 catch yesterday.
        Clean uniform and a holding call

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        • #49
          Sanders was clutch. He deserves the praise.

          Flacco looked good on 2 drives, one of which ended with an INT on the goal line. That's not enough in my book...he's as clutch (for nutting up for 1 final drive) as he is elite (for getting hot in one post-season).

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          • #50
            And anyone bagging on Harris needs new eyeballs. Harris, Sanders, Simmons, and Freeman had good games...the rest sucked rocks.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Brohemoth View Post

              You act like I have some personal vendetta lol. Flacco is a one-year rental who will accomplish nothing for our favorite team. True or false?

              Any rational fan sees that we are the Giants of the west, looking behind and not ahead.
              Yet to be seen.

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              • #52
                When Flacco needed to come up big, he came up big, same with the raiders game. This offense simply needs to learn how to NOT get behind in games and play catch up. That's a process they are still learning as the offense becomes more efficient. The defense on the other hand has been disappointing in that they are not making big plays when they really need big plays (outside of Simmons who had some nice plays yesterday).

                It's not like the defense is giving up 30 points a game or anything, its that they struggle to get off the field on 3rd downs and they have not pushed opposing QBs to throw INTs or force fumbles, etc.

                Also the penalties have been pretty bad, but again, these issues are fixable (except maybe for Bolles).

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                • #53
                  Flacco's been excellent. Its great to see a QB actually play fearless in the pocket and step up rather than Keenum and Siemian doing the moonwalk 15 yards behind the LOS. On a new team with a first time OC and playcaller with a young roster that lacks depth Flacco has really stepped up and played winning football the first 2 weeks. He was let down by Hamilton and Sanders footing against Oakland. He would have tossed at least 2tds in that game and apart from the high throw on the pick yesterday he played very well against a defense that could easily send 7 or 8 players to the pro bowl and with the holding penalties we are behind the 8 ball in a lot of our drives. If Flacco continues to plays at this level Lock wont be seeing the field. Flacco is the least of our problems at the moment we need to clean up our discipline and get Todd Davis and Callahan back on the field.

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