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So, is Washington that bad or the eagles that good? (both?)
That's about as dominant a half as possible.
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AKRNA wrote:
So, is Washington that bad or the eagles that good? (both?)
That's about as dominant a half as possible.


Washington is playing horrible, lack of focus and tired from fast paced offense from Eagles. As for the Eagles, they are as advertised, very fast machine but not running smooth consistently to be a threat. Also, Redskins have given the Eagles really good field position.
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Friend just text me: "RG3 looks like he's RG1's age right now."
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I think Kelly is going to quickly learn that NFL players are not replaceable parts like college kids. It's fun to watch the pace, but it's not sustainable or conducive to winning in the playoffs.
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BroncoBruin wrote:
I think Kelly is going to quickly learn that NFL players are not replaceable parts like college kids. It's fun to watch the pace, but it's not sustainable or conducive to winning in the playoffs.


I agree with this.


I have no idea why I picked the Texans to win, in my money pick-em league at work I picked the Chargers to win.

Mike McCoy might get his first win!
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iLikeDefense wrote:
BroncoBruin wrote:
I think Kelly is going to quickly learn that NFL players are not replaceable parts like college kids. It's fun to watch the pace, but it's not sustainable or conducive to winning in the playoffs.


I agree with this.


I have no idea why I picked the Texans to win, in my money pick-em league at work I picked the Chargers to win.

Mike McCoy might get his first win!


28-28 buddy!
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hibdib31 wrote:
Laughing Philip Rivers Amazon Page

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That's brilliant Laughing
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iLikeDefense wrote:
BroncoBruin wrote:
I think Kelly is going to quickly learn that NFL players are not replaceable parts like college kids. It's fun to watch the pace, but it's not sustainable or conducive to winning in the playoffs.


I agree with this.


I have no idea why I picked the Texans to win, in my money pick-em league at work I picked the Chargers to win.

Mike McCoy might get his first win!


28-28 buddy!


Wow, Chargers let that one go big time. Royal with his drops!!
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BroncoinGermany wrote:
hibdib31 wrote:
Laughing Philip Rivers Amazon Page

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That's brilliant Laughing


He is a cool dude, but i couldn't help but laugh a bit. Poor guy!
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BroncoinGermany wrote:
hibdib31 wrote:
Laughing Philip Rivers Amazon Page

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That's brilliant Laughing


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BroncoBruin wrote:
I think Kelly is going to quickly learn that NFL players are not replaceable parts like college kids. It's fun to watch the pace, but it's not sustainable or conducive to winning in the playoffs.

I had my doubts about Chip Kelly. I figured he was going to be the next Nick Saban/Steve Spurrier rather than the next Pete Carroll or Jim Harbaugh, given the latter pair's prior experience in the NFL and former's lack thereof.

I thought Kelly was over-hyped, but last night went a little ways towards changing my mind. Not all the way and I agree Kelly's system still has some flaws, as you mention, and I think NFL DCs will adapt to it now that they have an idea what to expect. Last night Mike and Jim Haslett had no idea what to expect, that won't be the case for Philly in weeks and months ahead.
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champ+jay+al=SB wrote:
BroncoinGermany wrote:
hibdib31 wrote:
Laughing Philip Rivers Amazon Page

http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2013/0906/grantland_privazon_1152.jpg


That's brilliant Laughing


[MOD EDIT] - no political references allowed.


Champ, please, a bit more class. Thank you.

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AnAngryAmerican wrote:
BroncoBruin wrote:
I think Kelly is going to quickly learn that NFL players are not replaceable parts like college kids. It's fun to watch the pace, but it's not sustainable or conducive to winning in the playoffs.

I had my doubts about Chip Kelly. I figured he was going to be the next Nick Saban/Steve Spurrier rather than the next Pete Carroll or Jim Harbaugh, given the latter pair's prior experience in the NFL and former's lack thereof.

I thought Kelly was over-hyped, but last night went a little ways towards changing my mind. Not all the way and I agree Kelly's system still has some flaws, as you mention, and I think NFL DCs will adapt to it now that they have an idea what to expect. Last night Mike and Jim Haslett had no idea what to expect, that won't be the case for Philly in weeks and months ahead.


What if they already knew what to expect but just did not have the personnel to defend it? I do not quite see how this system, outside of injuries or sloppy execution, can be stopped on a week to week basis.
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BroncoinGermany wrote:
AnAngryAmerican wrote:
BroncoBruin wrote:
I think Kelly is going to quickly learn that NFL players are not replaceable parts like college kids. It's fun to watch the pace, but it's not sustainable or conducive to winning in the playoffs.

I had my doubts about Chip Kelly. I figured he was going to be the next Nick Saban/Steve Spurrier rather than the next Pete Carroll or Jim Harbaugh, given the latter pair's prior experience in the NFL and former's lack thereof.

I thought Kelly was over-hyped, but last night went a little ways towards changing my mind. Not all the way and I agree Kelly's system still has some flaws, as you mention, and I think NFL DCs will adapt to it now that they have an idea what to expect. Last night Mike and Jim Haslett had no idea what to expect, that won't be the case for Philly in weeks and months ahead.


What if they already knew what to expect but just did not have the personnel to defend it? I do not quite see how this system, outside of injuries or sloppy execution, can be stopped on a week to week basis.


I look at the Eagles having such an adv. at field position as a big reason why they scored so much. Vick barely made any down field throws, this team will not be able to comeback if they're down by 14+ points. Shady is legit though, he's so quick and shifty. Djax looked good too but I don't think Kelly's offense will last or be consistent enough.
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