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SnA ExclusiVe


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Is there a better non-Bear CB than Sherman this year?


No. In fact, I'd take him over Jennings and Tillman, but that's me being a homer.

I feel Sherman actually shuts down WR's, whereas Tillman and Jennings just happen to find the ball every so often. But that's just how I feel personally.
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I think they could go into Atlanta, San Francisco, or Green Bay and get a W come January. I don't think they are Super Bowl contenders but with their defense and running game they can spoil some teams chances.
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SnA ExclusiVe wrote:
DirtyDez wrote:
Is there a better non-Bear CB than Sherman this year?


No. In fact, I'd take him over Jennings and Tillman, but that's me being a homer.

I feel Sherman actually shuts down WR's, whereas Tillman and Jennings just happen to find the ball every so often. But that's just how I feel personally.


You didn't see Tillman against Detroit?
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i would embrace a rematch against Seattle at Lambeau this January.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

goldfishwars wrote:
SnA ExclusiVe wrote:
DirtyDez wrote:
Is there a better non-Bear CB than Sherman this year?


No. In fact, I'd take him over Jennings and Tillman, but that's me being a homer.

I feel Sherman actually shuts down WR's, whereas Tillman and Jennings just happen to find the ball every so often. But that's just how I feel personally.


You didn't see Tillman against Detroit?


He didn't. And he didn't see Tillman force 4 fumbles against the Titans. Nor the 2 consecutive weeks where he got pick 6s. Or the fact that Jennings has the lead league in INTs. Sherman is having a good year, but he is playing nothing like Tillman and Jennings.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

incognito_man wrote:
i would embrace a rematch against Seattle at Lambeau this January.


I would love that matchup. I expect the Packers to win that matchup, but man that would be a slugfest.

patsfan25 wrote:
goldfishwars wrote:
SnA ExclusiVe wrote:
DirtyDez wrote:
Is there a better non-Bear CB than Sherman this year?


No. In fact, I'd take him over Jennings and Tillman, but that's me being a homer.

I feel Sherman actually shuts down WR's, whereas Tillman and Jennings just happen to find the ball every so often. But that's just how I feel personally.


You didn't see Tillman against Detroit?


He didn't. And he didn't see Tillman force 4 fumbles against the Titans. Nor the 2 consecutive weeks where he got pick 6s. Or the fact that Jennings has the lead league in INTs. Sherman is having a good year, but he is playing nothing like Tillman and Jennings.


That is codswallop. I've seen some of Jennings INTs, and they are more opportunistic than not. His two picks against the Texans were bad throws by Matt Schaub that went straight to his hands. Any competent CB would have gotten those balls. Jennings has been great this year, but there is no way that you can put a #2CB over a #1 like Sherman, when he has been playing as well as he have. He has been a complete corner, much like Tillman is.

I can see the argument with Charles Tillman, although Richard Sherman has 3 FF himself. I would put them at 1a and 1b.
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Tooki wrote:
incognito_man wrote:
i would embrace a rematch against Seattle at Lambeau this January.


I would love that matchup. I expect the Packers to win that matchup, but man that would be a slugfest.

patsfan25 wrote:
goldfishwars wrote:
SnA ExclusiVe wrote:
DirtyDez wrote:
Is there a better non-Bear CB than Sherman this year?


No. In fact, I'd take him over Jennings and Tillman, but that's me being a homer.

I feel Sherman actually shuts down WR's, whereas Tillman and Jennings just happen to find the ball every so often. But that's just how I feel personally.


You didn't see Tillman against Detroit?


He didn't. And he didn't see Tillman force 4 fumbles against the Titans. Nor the 2 consecutive weeks where he got pick 6s. Or the fact that Jennings has the lead league in INTs. Sherman is having a good year, but he is playing nothing like Tillman and Jennings.


That is codswallop. I've seen some of Jennings INTs, and they are more opportunistic than not. His two picks against the Texans were bad throws by Matt Schaub that went straight to his hands. Any competent CB would have gotten those balls. Jennings has been great this year, but there is no way that you can put a #2CB over a #1 like Sherman, when he has been playing as well as he have. He has been a complete corner, much like Tillman is.

I can see the argument with Charles Tillman, although Richard Sherman has 3 FF himself. I would put them at 1a and 1b.


Jennings has 18 PDs, good for tops in the league as well. I'm gonna give him the benefit of the doubt here.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 10:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That he does, although Richard Sherman has 14 PDs himself. I just can't see how you can put a #2 corner over a #1, who has numbers that are a notch below him.

It could just as easily be the case as it was with Brandon Browner last season, when Richard Sherman was shutting down his man on a consistent basis and forced teams to throw away from him. Browner led the league in PDs, even though Sherman was clearly the better corner.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 10:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

And after tonight, Sherman takes the top spot.
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They're very dangerous in the vein of an upset specialist and a playoff-ruiner, but nothing more. Not much potential for anything else.
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bbllstr22 wrote:
They're very dangerous in the vein of an upset specialist and a playoff-ruiner, but nothing more. Not much potential for anything else.


No. This year? Definitely so, but the potential is there to win a Superbowl, assuming that we draft with the same success as we are as of late and players pan out.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Seattle is real tough at home and that is going to help them down the stretch. I see the Seahawks getting the 6th seed in the playoffs this year.
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Tooki wrote:
bbllstr22 wrote:
They're very dangerous in the vein of an upset specialist and a playoff-ruiner, but nothing more. Not much potential for anything else.


No. This year? Definitely so, but the potential is there to win a Superbowl, assuming that we draft with the same success as we are as of late and players pan out.

Oh totally in the future. I was talking about this season. But in the future, like in 2 seasons, I could definitely see them having a deep playoff run.
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Tooki wrote:
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Dangerous in what way? If they even make it to the playoffs, I really would not take them too seriously. Sure, they can upset a team, but so can every other team in the playoffs. I just don't think they are consistent enough to beat 2 or 3 consecutive playoffs teams.


We have playmakers in the back end who can make something happen in the clutch?

Don't take us seriously, it worked into our favour the first time.


lmao!! comments like this always crack me up. like as if you're a player for them Laughing Laughing
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