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  • Birthday 02/29/1984

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  1. 100%. In the modern NFL, with the way Pass Interference is being called there is zero excuse not to take a long shot at least once per quarter. I get the pass rush thing but after it was clear that Boas and Thomas were out there was no adjustment. Also, in the pressers after the game , Gase keeps mentioning that the "defense dictated" X,Y,Z. As far as I know, there are times where the OFFENSE can dictate things as well. The defense should be reactive not the other way around. Bottom line is Gase has ZERO balls because even in games we are "supposed" to lose, he still is only concerned with limiting damage.
  2. Whoever notes drops needs to be fired then. There were 2 alone in week 1. Unless the tab hasn't been updated from yesterdays games until after tonight?
  3. This pains me far more than I'd like to admit typing this because I was one of Schotty's harshest critics but that Christopher Johnson quote about "coaching to where the game is going" could really apply here. At the time, I hated all of the pre-snap shifts and sometimes odd lineups that we would throw out there because they seemed to cause a lot of false starts and illegal formation penalties but look at what a lot of other teams are doing now? The play last night where he had the WR in the backfield directly led to that wide open receiver and first down to chew up game clock. When was the last time Gase drew up a play that led a WR to be wide open?
  4. I believe the players were saying the field felt "sticky". You can imagine that if a players cleats are getting stuck in the field while they are getting pushed down it could lead to a lot of twisting force on the knees and ankles.
  5. Cams gotta run this in. Bet he trucks Jamal. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  6. Newton’s learning to attack Adam’s in coverage Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  7. We will see if CJ truly learned from hanging on to Macc too long like he says he has. I’m sure he would solicit JD’s opinion though. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  8. Basically just answered every question with “I don’t know, we need to go back and look at the tape.” It was like Marshawn Lynch style. Immature, yes, but at least it proves at lest some players are pissed at what’s going on. We only get like one more season of losing before he turned into the next Sheldon or Jamal. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  9. I’ve seen a couple of posters point out “poor pocket awareness” and to be honest I don’t see it. He isn’t running straight backwards as he routinely did in year 1. He is stepping up into the pocket and has routinely slid away from pressure in the last two games. Part of the reason he was rightly vilified in game 1 was because after escaping pressure he failed to make a couple throws on the run. Plenty of things to criticize Darnold on but I don’t buy pocket awareness as one of them. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  10. If I remember correctly, there were no players directly over the Center either!
  11. Darnold had his usual non-descript press conference which is whatever but when asked if he has the ability to audible to a QB sneak on that 4th and 1 play or had to stick with the play called, he answered "stick with the play". It's year 3 and year 2 with Gase. Gase has got to go! Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  12. Yeah, good point. Totally wouldn't trade our RB's for the Bengals, or their WR's, or their OL. The only group that MIGHT be a wash is their TE's. Sorry but that's a garbage take. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  13. For the last time JD cannot fire Gase because Gase doesn't report to him. Only CJ can fire Gase. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  14. Darnold was way more accurate than last week. He took off a couple of times and ran for a first. He escaped pressure and threw the ball well on the run. He can only control so much, he's working with practice squad receivers. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app

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