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Thread: Brady (terrible receivers) vs Culpepper (great receivers)

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    Brady (terrible receivers) vs Culpepper (great receivers)

    BRADY STILL WINS......Im so confused about the dolphins right now. What a terrible morning. I wish i had the coaches tape so we could see what the heck is going on with the passing game!!!!!
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    Brady = Good O-Line

    Culpepper = Terrible O-Line


    Simple as that, no tape needed
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    Personally, after seeing the Bills defense against the Pats last week, I was not taking this game for granted. I was worried about it, and rightly so, it appears. I'm concerned, but not panicked at this point. I'd also like to see film of the game. Playcalling, our o-line and our secondary are concerns as well. Something needs to gel pretty quickly though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex44
    Brady = Good O-Line

    Culpepper = Terrible O-Line


    Simple as that, no tape needed
    HE HAD LOTS OF TIME TO THROW THE BALL ON MANY OCCASSIONS. EITHER THE RECIEVERS ARE NOT OPEN OR CULPEPPER HAS LOST IT
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    Quote Originally Posted by njfinfan
    Personally, after seeing the Bills defense against the Pats last week, I was not taking this game for granted. I was worried about it, and rightly so, it appears. I'm concerned, but not panicked at this point. I'd also like to see film of the game. Playcalling, our o-line and our secondary are concerns as well. Something needs to gel pretty quickly though.
    Dont forget receivers....we give them to much credit, we never really see whats going on because the camera is always on the quarterback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mariocarciero
    HE HAD LOTS OF TIME TO THROW THE BALL ON MANY OCCASSIONS. EITHER THE RECIEVERS ARE NOT OPEN OR CULPEPPER HAS LOST IT


    Cant even respond to that, watch the game again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mariocarciero
    HE HAD LOTS OF TIME TO THROW THE BALL ON MANY OCCASSIONS. EITHER THE RECIEVERS ARE NOT OPEN OR CULPEPPER HAS LOST IT
    Chill mario, take a breather.

    There were a couple times when Culpepper held onto the ball too long, but to sum the 7 sacks up the way you just did is to unjustly promote solid play by our pass protection, which played like a bunch of High Schoolers.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex44


    Cant even respond to that, watch the game again.
    Trust me , i watched it. I dont know what you were watching.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex44


    Cant even respond to that, watch the game again.
    Do you have a visual impairment, Alex? Because he DID have time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkapePhin
    Do you have a visual impairment, Alex? Because he DID have time.
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