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What's with Mccarthy? Cardinal rule in sports is you put the opposing team away EARLY, especially when you're playing on their turf. Bad coaching, pure and simple! Rodgers (and most of the team) played too well to lose like that.
Posted by: Jeffrey
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This Giant fan who loves Green Bay when were out could not believe Coach would not go for it on 4th and goal,unbelievable !
Posted by: Brian
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NFC championship game. 4th down on the one. Go for it. Twice. NO? Why not? Weak coaching. Oh, let's not forget the taunting call that forced the Packers back from the three yard line which led them to kick a FG. Winners score TD's. Losers kick Field Goals. Packers defense in the last five minutes reminded me of the San Diego Chargers defensive backfield: a matador defense, waving runners and receivers towards the goal line. Ole! What a sieve! What a choke.
Posted by: Mark
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It boils down to finishing ...managing and protecting the ball.The Packer offense went south in the 4th qtr..no 1st downs...couldn't open a hole for Lacy to put the game away and eat the clock...this did them in with out a doubt and they(players) know it ....Rodgers on down. They have to live with this as they were on the field in battle and to stay focused by finishing off the Sea hawks,. As fans on the sidelines, we never have full control but to only watch. • Team is young with talent and can do it 'right' next year... that's the only way we as Packer fans can look at it optimistically. As a fan I enjoyed the ride this year.
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Posted by: Jim
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Mike McChoke and his entire staff needs to go. A Corporal in the military has more guts and killer instinct than this joker. By the way a corporal is usually less tha 20 years old
Posted by: Ken
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From here in Seattle I think the prevailing opinion is that Green Bay is a class organization with a great QB. Glad we won but that's different than being happy GB lost. One observation is that the GB sideline looked like the win celebration started with 5 minutes left. Seahawks are too good to lose focus with time left.
Posted by: Scott
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Good analysis. At least Bostick was man enough to admit he made a mistake. No such apology from McCarthy who needed more runs to meet his 'game plan,statistics for the second half. You can't draw up a statisical goal the day before and insist on adhering to it with more futile runs 'up the middle' that have not worked all day. The coach seems so attached to his colorful play chart, and hiding his words to the mike so no one can 'spy', instead of watching the game like the other coaches do and then responding as necessary, game plan statistics, and run v. pass data, be damned. Sometimes teams win in spite of coaching instead of because of it.
Posted by: Darold
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I think near the end of the game when the Packers were up 19-7, they began "playing not to lose" as opposed to "playing to win." I recall our high school track coach emphasizing the need to run through the tape....not up to it. Simply stated, during the four quarters of regulation time, the Packers played 56 minutes of a 60 minute game....and it cost them a trip to the Super Bowl.
Posted by: Allan
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Sorry, Mike, but Bostick's flub of the onsides kick was a mental error. He said he was explicitly told that his job was to block the nearest Seahawk player and to not catch the ball. Does he follow his instructions? No, he chooses not to. Watch the replay and you'll see Jordy right there to catch the ball. Jordy seems to say something to Bostick as the play is blown dead. Pure and simple, it was a mental error on Bostick's part. There's a reason Bostick has only caught 2 balls in his two years with the Packers: he doesn't have real good hands. It wasn't the fatal blow to the Packers but it was a big one.
Posted by: Kim
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Notre Dame going to the ACC would be the worst thing for the University
Posted by: C
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whats the stand
Posted by: Marty
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Patriots are going to kill the little fishies
Posted by: Andrew
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Where is everyone?
Posted by: Casey
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The Peyton people can't have it both ways. You can't say he is an offensive genius who controls everything and then start blaming Fox for the pathetic play calling.
Posted by: Bigasquam
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that was a dump by the entire broncos team top to bottom. their kicker, a hero from last year, swings and almost misses? the head coach calls a kneeldown with :31 left and two time outs? A safety in a prevent defense lets someone get behind him? the QB throws back across his body for an INT in OT? what an epic meltdown.
Posted by: Washhightsboy3
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If Manning couldnt throw a completed pass 20 yards in a 7 minute drive what makes you think all of a sudden the offense will be able to in 30 second?
Posted by: Bmoresportfan52
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31 sec and 2 timeouts! Its time to drive....nope...lets go to overtime....fail
Posted by: Mutigerfan4eva
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Peyton Playoff Choker Manning, No One is surprised by the result of this game.
Posted by: OttoisOrange5
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Again the Broncos have not beat that many good teams. They have a great winning streak but against who? Their best win is against a dying Baltimore team today. Only other above .500 team is Cincy when they were 3-5.
Posted by: Blackhaw66
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Wow, the that the Patriots lost, they have suddenly become the worst playoff team. Let me give you five good reasons why they aren't: 1. Tom Brady 2. Bill Belichick 3. Playoff experience 4. Number 1 offense 5. Improved Defense (considerably)
Posted by: Royh1058
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COWBOY FANS! All dallas has to do make the playoffs and win the division is beat washington in week 17 (so dallas could lose to new orleans and be fine)and have the giants lose one of there final two games to either Bmore or Philly, Or of course win both games. We will hold tie breakers over gaints and redskins at 9-7.
Posted by: Nick170202
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Unless the Seahawks beat the 49ers which would give the Packers the ability to slip past them and win the #2 seed. That would be an amusing development.
Posted by: SirLadette
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Amazing how one play over 10 weeks ago can lead to so many haters claiming Seattle is not a legitimate contender to make a playoff run! The Seahawks played excellent to be in that position win or loss! Every loss has been by seven or less! The doubters change their story every week as why the Seahawks are not legit and regardless of what the hawks do to prove them wrong, they still hold their ridiculous pacific northwest bias! "They have no offense or they can't win on the road!" To put up 50 points against any NFL team is a powerful statement! I think any team playing the Seahawks away or at home should be frightened of the electric play on both sides of the ball!
Posted by: Duhas\
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Manning DID NOT outplay Brady, What game where you watching?? This game was 31-7 at one point!!! You Bronco fans amaze me, haven't we outscored you by over 100 points in the last 3 games? This was as dominant win, Peyton's won one Super Bowl against a bad Bears team, otherwise he would be in the same group as Jim Kelly. He's not a post-season QB.
Posted by: The Truth
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Good game Pats fans. You got the better of us again. Manning outplayed Brady, but in the end it didn't matter because of our defensive incompetence.
Posted by: Denverboi1993
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the pats couldve thrown up 45 but they took their foot off the gas
Posted by: Blake8396
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remember when the ravens were up 21-7 in that AFC title game….you know that game where an elite quarterback is suppose to prove his eliteness……well FROM WHAT I REMEMBER Roethlisberger brought us back….but Joe Flacco is definitely like still so elite WAYYYY more clutch than Roethlisberger thats why Flacco has come up SOOOOO BIGG in the postseason right??………oh wait..??
Posted by: Ernz93
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I am a bears fan so should we follow the Philidelphia formula and take Matt Forte and put him under center and just call him a quarterback because that is basically what mike vick is a running back who has to throw once in a while the funny thing is matt orte and michael vick probably know the same amount about reading a defense
Posted by: Jimanbm1
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The ONLY WAY any school from the Weak-10 plays in a meaningful bowl game is if the SEC schools beat up on each other and hand each other losses, cuz' they won't lose to any of the other JV conferences. That means YOU OREGON!
Posted by: SECular Rule
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Nice highlight of the OSU/Mich State game Smacchat! Ok, as much as it pains me congratulations to the Buckeyes, you were the better team yesterday and the scoreboard at the end of the game proves that. I'm not gonna blame the refs, but I will blame our players and coaches for not taking advantage of the opportunities to score more or make big plays and win this game. A dropped INT, a dropped catch inside the 10 yard, dumb penalties when we were driving. It's our own fault and any MSU fan saying otherwise is FULL of it. I think our team showed great improvement yesterday and will continue to do so. Enjoy your win OSU and stay classy.. Good luck the rest of the way and beat scUM
Posted by: Wtfgreenygreen777
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I'm so sick of people bashing Ohio State. Meyer will use the bowl season to recruit his @$$ off and we'll be back in the hunt next year. Ohio State is 6-3 in bcs bowl games. won a national championship and every sason with the exception of 2004, 2011 was a 10-12 win season that resulted in a top 10 finish and a bcs bowl. 3 national championship appearances, and the first team ever to go 14-0.
Posted by: BuckeyeTommyP
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Question: who to start... Chris Johnson or Pierre Thomas. Also RG3 or Tom Brady?
Posted by: Marco17857
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Should I start Roddy White or Dez Bryant in my final receiver spot this week?
Posted by: Ahj2222
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Hey I got a question, For a flex position: Celek vs. Arizona, Steven Jackson vs. Chicago, Crabtree vs. Minnesota or Vincent Jackson vs. Dallas??? Need some help here
Posted by: Teach212220
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Penn St. is done for a decade.. Just forget 'bout it
Posted by: Steve
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Funny how we have to hear that his is an upset because the media has an opioun ans since their opions mean something this is an upset. Cards had won 3 in a row if it were sc that had won 3 in a row and beat them for a 4 time it would have been what they thought should happen. Early poles and rankings are pointless. Now the cards jump 35 spots in the polls because? Wait for it? They were all wrong. Really?
Posted by: Mcclungcmac
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Good news: USC will indeed win the PAC-12 South. Bad news: That just means 2 more loss's. 1 to Oregon, then another 1 to Oregon in Conference title game...
Posted by: DucksflyinPAC
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So USC, claim you are the best and than choke away a game that you shouldve won. Over Rated . . . enjoy the extra year of college Barkley, no NC and NO Heisman . . . oops
Posted by: WhySoSerious
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We are back! The best team ever put together. That is all I have heard. Go Pac 12, but USC fans need to relax on the running of the mouth. Congrats to Stanford. They came to play!
Posted by: Joh nyBGood
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USC week 1. #1 week 2. #2 week 3. #13 This fan likes.
Posted by: Tybee69
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Keep your heads up T-rojans. All you have to do is beat Oregon nov 3. That should just about secure an Undefeated FSU team the national championship. Only 2 teams Im worried about in all FBS is Oregon and Alabama. Won't see them till the national championship though. Goog luck with your lives
Posted by: Gruntskill
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4 straight losses to Stanford....ouch
Posted by: 2006NationalChampions2007
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Kiffen is basically the same type of coach as Mark Richt. They have all talent in the world on their teams but are terrible coaches and will never be the reason for their teams getting to that next level to win a championship. Have you ever seen 2 coaches do less with talent?
Posted by: Maijinservo
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I told all of those USC fanatics that their time at #2 would be short lived...all they had to do was win 2 games - Stanford and Oregon - the rest of the season was filled with cupcake games and they would walk to the Natl Champ...Now WHERE ARE THEY AT????? It's a beautiful day in Palo Alto - congratulations Stanford! Not only are you light years ahead of USC academically, but that mental toughness really translated well in the game this weekend - BRAVO! USC - my suggestion is recruit the right players (not the greedy ones), hire the right coach (not the yellow ones) and look at the world for what it is (not the fantasy hollywood land that you all live in) and you might be able to step up and play a Man's Game. In otherwords, you get 0 respect until you make a cultural shift - Lane Kiffin can't do that for ya, the dude ran away from the SEC...
Posted by: Gbboone2
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I would like to congratulate Stanford on a win very well deserved...My hat off to you!! I thought USC was better than this but I guess i was wrong. I thought Lane Kiffin should have let Barkley throw the ball more. Why in the world did he kept trying to run the ball....Didn't he see those huge $@% D.line from Stanford. and again Congrants Stanford at least you move up in the polls and not out. that still makes 4 in the rankings.
Posted by: Prioximo68
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Here's the problem for Kiffin.......he was hired by Mike Garrett, the former slime bag AD who, along with Carroll, bent the rules, looked the other way and created the dynasty of the last decade....Kiffin was a part of that scam too as OC....so Kiffin thought wow, back to USC and Garrett will continue to bend the rules and look the other way......WRONG !!!!!!! Much to the horror of Kiffy, Garret is fired and boy scout Pat Haden is now running the show.....Kiffy was must had a private meltdown when heard the news....NOW, Kiffy has to play by the rules and is on a very short leash held by Haden.....It won't be long before Lane chokes on his own leash and is fired or quits....he will be exposed........it won't be long now.....USC and their alumni, fans deserve better....
Posted by: Bwing57
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USC- Over-rated and overhyped for way too long!! SEC will again be in the NCG, whether its my Tigers or Bama!!
Posted by: Tiger-Cat 69
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Nice butt kicking Stanford. Hopefully you'll do the same to Oregon on 11/17 and we can meet again this year. Fight on!
Posted by: Coltsdad726
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Great Call on CJ Spiller last week, any pearls of wisdom for week 3?
Posted by: Colbert
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if you think RG3 will have a better week the Romo! Romo had a much better week against a much tougher def then the Seahawks! Romo has better players around him then RG3.
Posted by: Tom
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Who should I start at my flex position? Antonio Gates, Decker, Mathews, Burlson, or Britt
Posted by: Buzzer 2008
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Any Ideas what we should do with Wes Welker this week? I read on the Patriots site that they are NOT phasing him out but he wasn't a focus of the offense last week? Should I start him or have him as a #3?
Posted by: Omar
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Go Alabama!
Posted by: Robert
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RG Pretty much couldn't have done any better. In fact, that could describe the whole team today. It's the most fun I've had watching a Skins game in as long as I can remember. Bring on DALLAS!
Posted by: Paul
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After so much pain watching the skins over the past several years,....this was incredible - it also looks like the Shanahans may actually get to have fun game planning for RGIII- it was certainly fun to watch and didn't look like traditional "football" - very finesse oriented. We'll see how the rest of the league starts to defend the Redskins, particularly the better defenses. That will be the true test.
Posted by: Mforma1
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I have enjoyed watching RG3 play here in Texas. The Redskins fans get to see what we had the pleasure to watch while he was at Baylor and to me it looked Art Briles gave the Shanahans some pointers. So if the Shanahans don't mess it up, wait until you see him run the no huddle.... A+ because he's a rookie......
Posted by: Lotsoflaughter
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Just an outstanding game overall and for Robert I gave him an "A". He not only "did well for a rookie" as someone wrote but RG3 did well for a veteran. I also give a lot of credit to the coaching staff for a fine game plan and getting the team so well prepared for this tough opener. The offensive line did a good job and overall the defense was outstanding against a point-scoring machine. It has been a long time since I have seen a Redskins team play like they did today. I am proud of all the guys.
Posted by: 4nohype99
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Griffin was outstanding in his rookie debut, but a tip of the hat should also go to Kyle Shannahan. He kept Griffin in a comfort zone and he never let the Saints defense settle in to one the whole game. That was an outstanding job of calling a game, QB and coordinator seemed to be on the same page though out game, and Kyle never once put RGIII in a bad place with a risky call. Kyle's taken a lot of heat around here for not forming a working bond with McNabb, and for thinking he could turn Rex and Beck into NFL QB's capable of leading the team, but the Shannahan's now seem to be putting the players in place to run their offense. QB Grade A Play calling A
Posted by: Flohrtv
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Hey, RGIII a rookie, no big mistakes, he made some plays. and they won. The fact that is a rookie overrides the fact that the Saints were not 100%. Also, the office line gets a big star for they play.
Posted by: Chendo1
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Pretty impressive first outing for RG3. He didn't make big mistakes and as a rookie played better than expected. Great start to hopefully a long career with the Skins. I'm hoping the O-line can stay healthy and offer consistent protection.
Posted by: Jotas
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If RG3 continues like this through the season, he will be the most complete Redskin QB since Sammy Baugh and that is saying something.
Posted by: Agrimech
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I'd mostly agree with you, except for an incomplete pass into the end zone on a roll out to the right that could have been picked off. There were about 5 defenders covering 2 receivers, and it was a significant judgement error to have even thrown the pass. A throwaway was called for. I expect he'll learn from that, but in my book very few QBs (even future HOFers) ever have A+ games.
Posted by: Pyrotech
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He has looked better then all four spots in front of him, in Arizona both QB's have stunk this pre-season, Locker has looked average at best, Weedon hasn't done anything, and the only reason Tannehill is starting is because Garrard is hurt. I am a bit of a homer as a Jags fan but Gabbert has looked very sharp so far this pre-season and throughout camp.
Posted by: Wangs334
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Idk about a Vince Young comparison but in the last half of the season he had 10 tds with 8 ints while completing 56% of his passes. People seem to have forgotten about his 2nd half regression which may be attributed to the defense having a better idea of what they are up against.
Posted by: Clark0610
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Everyone thinks Cam Newton is going to be so good. I think he's just another Vince Young. He's going to run too much and get hurt and be a backup somewhere. I don't see him being elite ever.
Posted by: Packerfanted
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if Cam Newton took the worst Offense to the best offense, he didnt make the play-offs, so he hasn't proven he can win big time games yet. Same goes for Stafford, It helps having Calvin on his team!
Posted by: Prunn83
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her's my order, 1st year starters and rookies automatically went to the bottom untill I see more evidence. 1.Aaron Rodgers 2.Tom Brady 3.Drew Brees 4.Eli Manning 5.Matthew Stafford 6.Peyton Manning 7.Ben Roethlisberger
Posted by: Steve85168
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For everyone saying Cam Newton and Matthew Stafford should be in the elite list is wrong. You should have at least 2 elite seasons to even be considered.
Posted by: Kingsoffia
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These nfl players need to stay home and not drink and fight dogs.
Posted by: Robert
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