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Sadly it have been locked already Crying or Very sad
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I think a mod didn't want a Freddie Mitchell debate going on.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Brown working on ball security:
http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/news/article-1/Brown-Working-Hard-On-Protection/4fa3e82e-b8df-4d04-bec0-bcf5c21c8854

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"We're doing a lot of stuff at practice, scout guys are going after it a lot more, trying to game-simulate it because we don't really do contact (in practice)," Brown said Wednesday. "It's making me work a lot harder, too.

"They almost got two (fumbles today), but we're over-emphasizing high and tight, keeping it real tucked. They didn't get me."


But then Shady Laughing

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"I talked with him a little bit today," Brown said of McCoy, "He thinks I'm going very well. He told me, 'Don't change a thing, keep playing with confidence and don't pay attention to what everybody else is saying. Play your game and keep doing what you're doing.' Protecting the ball and things like that, that'll come."

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Dammit Shady, that's not what we want him learning! Laughing
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SWAG SWAG SWAG

"Don't worry bro, I barely hold the ball and I've only fumbled a few times"

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"Works for me!"
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"Protecting the ball and things like that, that'll come."


Shady want that top pick
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If Bryce Brown could just keep hold of the ball he would be dangerous. He rushed for 7 yards per carry, forced five missed tackles, made 91 of those yards after contact, but fumbled away the ball at the worst possible time.


I don't think I've seen the words forced missed tackles and an eagles skill player in the same sentence for a long time!

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/12/04/refo-eagles-cowboys-week-13/
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I don't think I've seen the words forced missed tackles and an eagles skill player in the same sentence for a long time!
You mean other than Jason Avant and Jeremy Yaclin, yes? Laughing
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Jaremy Yaclin is the most physical receiver in the league
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Jaremy Yaclin is the most physical receiver in the league


More physical than Freddie Mitchell!?
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If Bryce Brown could just keep hold of the ball he would be dangerous. He rushed for 7 yards per carry, forced five missed tackles, made 91 of those yards after contact, but fumbled away the ball at the worst possible time.


I don't think I've seen the words forced missed tackles and an eagles skill player in the same sentence for a long time!

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/12/04/refo-eagles-cowboys-week-13/


Can you define this for me? First time I've encountered such a thing.
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marky_b27 wrote:
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If Bryce Brown could just keep hold of the ball he would be dangerous. He rushed for 7 yards per carry, forced five missed tackles, made 91 of those yards after contact, but fumbled away the ball at the worst possible time.


I don't think I've seen the words forced missed tackles and an eagles skill player in the same sentence for a long time!

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/12/04/refo-eagles-cowboys-week-13/


Can you define this for me? First time I've encountered such a thing.


ProFootballFocus doesn't count broken tackles as broken tackles, they count them as forced missed tackles. They also do not count jukes as tackles eluded, they count them as forced missed tackles. Combine the two and you get their "Forced Missed Tackles" count that they eventual turn into their "elusive" rating that ends up having guys like Lagarette Blount as the most elusive runner in the NFL. It's another thing PFF does that is stupid. Make that a missed tackle rate or something, bowling over a guy doesn't make you elusive.
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Meco wrote:
Phire wrote:
marky_b27 wrote:
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If Bryce Brown could just keep hold of the ball he would be dangerous. He rushed for 7 yards per carry, forced five missed tackles, made 91 of those yards after contact, but fumbled away the ball at the worst possible time.


I don't think I've seen the words forced missed tackles and an eagles skill player in the same sentence for a long time!

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/12/04/refo-eagles-cowboys-week-13/


Can you define this for me? First time I've encountered such a thing.


ProFootballFocus doesn't count broken tackles as broken tackles, they count them as forced missed tackles. They also do not count jukes as tackles eluded, they count them as forced missed tackles. Combine the two and you get their "Forced Missed Tackles" count that they eventual turn into their "elusive" rating that ends up having guys like Lagarette Blount as the most elusive runner in the NFL. It's another thing PFF does that is stupid. Make that a missed tackle rate or something, bowling over a guy doesn't make you elusive.


Running over guys makes you look cool and terrifying. If I was in Earl Campbell's way, i'd be scared that he would run me over. Not get me to break my ankle like Shady.
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Phire wrote:
marky_b27 wrote:
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If Bryce Brown could just keep hold of the ball he would be dangerous. He rushed for 7 yards per carry, forced five missed tackles, made 91 of those yards after contact, but fumbled away the ball at the worst possible time.


I don't think I've seen the words forced missed tackles and an eagles skill player in the same sentence for a long time!

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/12/04/refo-eagles-cowboys-week-13/


Can you define this for me? First time I've encountered such a thing.


ProFootballFocus doesn't count broken tackles as broken tackles, they count them as forced missed tackles. They also do not count jukes as tackles eluded, they count them as forced missed tackles. Combine the two and you get their "Forced Missed Tackles" count that they eventual turn into their "elusive" rating that ends up having guys like Lagarette Blount as the most elusive runner in the NFL. It's another thing PFF does that is stupid. Make that a missed tackle rate or something, bowling over a guy doesn't make you elusive.


Woah there, you're using big words for an Eagles fan Laughing
Let's start with the basics, what in the deepest bowels of hell are "broken tackles"??????????
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