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Old 05-01-2009, 07:17 PM   #25
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Good job here RDNK

Very good!
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Old 05-02-2009, 03:25 PM   #26
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Both Moore and Campbell were studs for me, you'll be happy with them. Your OL looks like it need some improvement, but the rest of the team looks solid.
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Old 05-02-2009, 07:27 PM   #27
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Game two was against the Packers. This was an important game for many reasons. First off, it was a test to see if last week was a fluke. Other than that, this was a divisional game, and one of my season goals was to win this game so lets begin...

The Packers won the toss and decided to receive. We kicked it off and Kosta Dickenson stripped the ball and ran it in for a touchdown. I almost **** my pants when this happened. We kicked the extra point and kicked it off again (unfortunately, no fumble this time).

We get them to 3rd and 14-ish and they throw a 20 yard pass. On the next play (a blitz) the QB (Daunte Culpepper) scrambles and get a first down. Finally we force a punt. We get a great return, but there was holding on the play. Kitna throws a 30 yrd bomb and we run and gun till we are about 3 yrds from the goal line. They proceed to stuff 4 times on four different plays (friggen defining moment). The quarter then ends.

The Packers come out guns a blazin' and catch Asomuga sleeping and their reciever runs 50 yards for a touchdown. Score is now 7-7. We run it a bit, then go for a pass at 2nd and 12. Johnson drops the ball. We attempt a 49 yard FG, but the guy is way short. The Packers go 3 and out. We mix it up, and on 3rd and 1, Kitna runs 10 yards for a 1st. We call a time out. We throw it for a 1st down. We move it some more, call our time outs. We fail to make it, spike the ball and settle for a FG to end the half. Score is now 10-7.
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Old 05-02-2009, 07:40 PM   #28
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We get the ball to start out the second half. Calhoun runs ten yards for a 1st down, then he gets stuffed, then runs outside for 4 yards, and then we pass action for another 1st. They get us to 3rd and 11, and we go shotgun. Calvin Johnson drops it again and we're forced to punt.

The Packers throw it for two 1sts, until we get smart and start calling nickel and they punt it back. Jones runs it for a first, but then Kitna gets sacked twice and Williams drops the pass on a 3rd and 22. We punt it, they get a first cause a linebacker screwed up the play. We force a punt. We grind a 1st down, then Calhoun runs for 15 yds (Charles has been injured, I think I forgot to say). The pass action works and we are within the 20, when Calhoun fumbles the ball.

We punt and they go 3 and out. We throw it for a 1st and then the 2:00 warning comes. We run it and they call a timeout. They stuff us and call another timeout. We whip out the pass action again and get in within the 20. We run it to about the 8 and they call their final timeout. One play left. Ross runs it in for a touchdown. We kick the extra point. Game over, score is 17-7, Lions are now 2-0.

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Kitna: 228 yards
Calhoun: 70 yards on 20 attempts
Jones: 27 yards on 8 attempts
Ross: 13 yards on 3 attempts, a TD
Williams: 95 yards on 7 completions
Johnson: 66 yards on 5 completions
McDonald: 33 yards on 2 competions
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Old 05-03-2009, 10:31 PM   #29
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Both Moore and Campbell were studs for me, you'll be happy with them. Your OL looks like it need some improvement, but the rest of the team looks solid.
You think my O-line is that bad?(I know it's not great, but still). Where do you think it could be improved. If you have any trade ideas, feel free to post.
And I though my linebackers were the main problem...
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You think my O-line is that bad?(I know it's not great, but still). Where do you think it could be improved. If you have any trade ideas, feel free to post.
And I though my linebackers were the main problem...
It's not that bad, it's good enough to get by. There doesn't seem to be anyone that really stands out as a dominant force.
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Lions, 2-0, what has the world come to.
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Old 05-03-2009, 10:56 PM   #32
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It's not that bad, it's good enough to get by. There doesn't seem to be anyone that really stands out as a dominant force.
Yeah, maybe I'll sign someone in FA or draft a machine.
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Lions, 2-0, what has the world come to.
Lol this is what happens when someone intelligent take the reins. Watch out next year (irl), the Lions are gonna go 14-2 under the new regime.
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