The guy who throws everyone under the bus to defend the indefensible worst statistical starter since Jamarcus accusing others of making excuses is the epitome of cluelessness (or homerism and puppy love) . You can't make this stuff up
Just hope he's as right about Geno as everyone with any vestige of objectivity realizes how cluelessly wrong he is about The Butt Taco!
Stafford went down, it happens. He led us back from 10 pts down w/ 4 mins left.
our kicker missed THREE FGs, a couple of chip shot ones at Cleveland. I am not sure where luck played a role, that game never should have made it to OT.
I guarantee you if you look at any playoff team you will see multiple games they won where it was supposedly a gift. Good teams find ways to win those games, bad teams don't.
Cumberland 1st year starting seeing playing time in 2012
Gates isn't very good but we just picked him up in 2012- no offseason or preseason
Kerley is good but as a 3rd option type of guy while he was our #1 most of 2012.
we had Winslow that night too who has been huge for Geno.
we also had our full compliment of RBs in Atl w/ Ivory, Powell and Goodson. Unfortunately Goodson is now out
last week was the first week the talent was getting close to what mark had to work with in 2012 and Geno struggled. Holmes is his best WR and was out and Winslow his security blanket(leading receiver) was out.
... Actually, "Geno" is better than both of them.
1) Win the next game.
2) See goal #1
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missed kicks are part of the game and since when is a 58 yarder a makeable kick? I didn't make excuses like you I simply countered an incorrect point that said we were lucky- how is missing 3 kicks including a 24 yarder lucky?
kaeding was a horrible postseason kicker, missed a big kick against us in '04, missed a big win against NE in '06 then missed a couple makeable ones against us. Our K missed 2 in Indy in the title game, it's part of the game.