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Old 01-18-2015, 08:10 PM   #61 (permalink)
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I played in college with Kirk Ferentz at UCONN.
From everything I understand a hell of a nice guy, but he's pretty much lost the fan base around here. Going on 17 years here. Need a breath of fresh air. I'd give him another 2-3 years before he retires or is fired.
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Old 01-18-2015, 08:30 PM   #62 (permalink)
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The Packers really deserved to win this game but you can't discount the Hawks staying in the game late and making the plays to win the game. That is what champions do. I thought the biggest mistake GB made was thinking the game was over after that last INT. There was almost 5 minutes left.Rodgers is the best QB in the NFL and deserving of the MVP. Back to back SB's!
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Completely outcoached. Better coaches get fired every year, and he gets his contract extended. Second playoff win since their Super Bowl only happened this year. They will not win another Super Bowl under his tenure.
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don't believe what I just saw. fan of neither team but congrats to the Seahawks for making the plays. I think McCarthy got outcoached in this one.
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Old 01-18-2015, 08:37 PM   #64 (permalink)
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2nd down and 31, 3rd down and 19, 4th and 10, oops fake, run when a first down ends the game, you have a MVP quarterback, oh well, you lose. Ugh.
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Forty Whiners ... original. I see that and raise you a Seadderall. So, never heard of the Seattle cut blocks eh? JR Sweezy, or JR Sleazy as he was know after this play. And btw, he got flagged for an illegal cut block in a Sea 49er game earlier this year, almost identical to the one I am quoting below ... except without the season ending injury.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...s-uncalled-for

Nose tackle Ian Williams broke his ankle and could be out long term after going down on a cut block by Seahawks right guard J.R. Sweezy in the first quarter.

In a game two years ago Mario Manningham was put out for the season by a tackle at the knees. ACL and PCL torn.

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/87...-pcl-left-knee

Manningham, already bothered by a shoulder injury previously, limped out of the locker room Monday on crutches. He was scheduled to have an MRI exam on his left knee after he was tackled low by Leroy Hill and fumbled in the third quarter.

Kyle Williams and Delanie Walker KO'ed in 2011, and the Kyle Williams one was as cheap as they come.

http://www.ninersnation.com/2011/12/...delanie-walker

Of certain significance are the injuries to Delanie Walker and Kyle Williams. Both hits were extremely questionable (the guy who kicked Walker in the head was running awfully weird), though the latter was just downright uncalled for. The NFL has been very clear about players who surrender, and you cannot punish a player on the ground. It's just that simple. At the time of writing this, there's nothing new on either, but both concussions and jaw injuries could be in play for both players.

http://www.mercurynews.com/49ers/ci_...-block-tactics

Glenn Dorsey called it the "magic question:" How does he know when the Seattle Seahawks will try cutting his legs from underneath him Sunday?

"You have to move your feet and be aware at all times," Dorsey said Thursday.

Dorsey took over as the 49ers' top nose tackle when the Seahawks broke Ian Williams' ankle on a cut block Sept. 15, when the visiting 49ers fell 29-3.

"It's a part of the game and a part of their scheme," Dorsey added. "You have to be aware and cognizant that someone is coming in to cut block you."


Bowman wrecked his knee against the hawks during the NFCCG last year, although that was friendly fire. Funny how it is always the Hawks though.

Injuries are one thing, but what about the manhandle tactics taught to the secondary. It is the typical Pete Carroll MO. Push the rules until you get caught, and then skip town (USC says hello). Take off the homer glasses, this team is borderline dirty and it starts from the top.

Like I said before, Go Packers for today. Just hope no one gets injured today.
49ers whining as usual. They can't let their play do it so they make up excuses. You forgot about the concussions they have dealt the whiners or is that illegal too. They have earned their nickname for a reason and their window has closed now that you have fired the best coach you ever had. Good luck with another 8-8 seaon as you are no longer a treat to Seattle.
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Hawks are the best team in football and deserve to repeat. They didn't deserve the game today, but they did earn it. The Super Bowl will be as lopsided as last year. After being outplayed for 55 minutes today, they will be dialed in, and be all over the Patriots in two weeks. Its hard to argue against what they've done, making the best of what they have at every position. This was a brutal loss for a Pack fan, but hats off.
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Hawks are the best team in football and deserve to repeat. They didn't deserve the game today, but they did earn it. The Super Bowl will be as lopsided as last year. After being outplayed for 55 minutes today, they will be dialed in, and be all over the Patriots in two weeks. Its hard to argue against what they've done, making the best of what they have at every position. This was a brutal loss for a Pack fan, but hats off.
Think Hawks have a much better defense and Patriots d is susceptible as we saw againstbtge Ravens. But, if the Hawks play like they did today I think the Pats will win. A healthy Tom Brady will make more plays than a banged up Aaron Rodgers did today. And if Seattle turns it over like they did today you can bet Belicheck won't settle for field goals like McCarthy did.

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I thought the biggest mistake GB made was thinking the game was over after that last INT. There was almost 5 minutes left. Rodgers is the best QB in the NFL and deserving of the MVP.
Ditto! And instead of playing for a first down, they hand it off ... and punt. ARRRRRRGGGGHHHHH!!!!!!!!!

But anyway, no one expected GB to make it as interesting as they did. One darn onside kick recovery away from making it ... again ... ARRRRRGGGGHHHH!!!!!!!!

Still plenty to be proud of this season. Undefeated at home, MVP QB, one of the final 4 teams standing ... not bad at all.

Now, I've got to take 2 aspirin and drag myself off to work in the morning

Until summer training camp ... GO PACK!!!!!!
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Of course the player that botched the onside kick will get blame but there were several plays that were puzzlers. Why did the defender just go down on his own after that interception when there was plenty of room to run. That was a puzzler from the very second it happened. Then thatbtwo point conversion was ridiculous. I still cant believe that worked. Defenders should have broken that up in their sleep. Then a field goal would have won it. And of course Mccarthy is way too conservative. Had the Packers been up 24-0 at the half instead of 16-0 might have been different. Above the players mistakes I feel like the Coach ought to take the most blame.

Credit the Seahawks for being opportunistic and making the plays they had to. Still a brutal loss for the Packers.



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Of course the player that botched the onside kick will get blame but there were several plays that were puzzlers.

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And of course Mccarthy is way too conservative.
Totally agree. I guess it's always the big flub that happens closest to the end that winds up sticking in your mind as "the" deciding factor. Plenty of places to point the finger, especially at the guys with the clipboards and headsets on the sidelines.
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There is plenty of finger pointing to go around. In this case it is more like head scratching though. Too many things. As hikeNbike said, for one, what the &%$# was Clinton-Dix doing on that lob pass 2-point conversion? Can anybody explain that?
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Bostick will just be remembered
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Maybe, but those kind of plays happen. I think he was far from the worst offender.
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Of course the player that botched the onside kick will get blame but there were several plays that were puzzlers. Why did the defender just go down on his own after that interception when there was plenty of room to run. That was a puzzler from the very second it happened. Then thatbtwo point conversion was ridiculous. I still cant believe that worked. Defenders should have broken that up in their sleep. Then a field goal would have won it. And of course Mccarthy is way too conservative. Had the Packers been up 24-0 at the half instead of 16-0 might have been different. Above the players mistakes I feel like the Coach ought to take the most blame.

Credit the Seahawks for being opportunistic and making the plays they had to. Still a brutal loss for the Packers.



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