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Old 12-30-2006, 11:54 PM   #209
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We'll we did our part, even though it was UGLY... I swear Tim Lewis has gotta go @ season's end... This Zone Defense he just continues to play is killing-us. To make it worse we can't even get a Pass Rush on LAY-A-WAY right. Which makes that Zone Defense soooooooo vulnerable...

The O-LINE was dominate tonight. Gilbride call a good-game. There was some suspect calls, but all-in-all he called a good-game. Tiki did what he was supposed to do. Run all over that bad Skins "D"..

We'll barring a MIRACLE, looks like a Good O'l Fashion NFC East Showdown next week..
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Old 12-31-2006, 12:02 AM   #210
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**** the Redskins. You guys suck.
If your Panthers hadn't lost to the Redskins, none of this would have mattered; Panthers would have controlled their own destiny.
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Old 12-31-2006, 12:15 AM   #211
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If your Panthers hadn't lost to the Redskins, none of this would have mattered; Panthers would have controlled their own destiny.
What level of sarcasm is this? It's gotta be up there.

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Old 12-31-2006, 02:15 AM   #212
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We'll we did our part, even though it was UGLY... I swear Tim Lewis has gotta go @ season's end... This Zone Defense he just continues to play is killing-us. To make it worse we can't even get a Pass Rush on LAY-A-WAY right. Which makes that Zone Defense soooooooo vulnerable...

The O-LINE was dominate tonight. Gilbride call a good-game. There was some suspect calls, but all-in-all he called a good-game. Tiki did what he was supposed to do. Run all over that bad Skins "D"..

We'll barring a MIRACLE, looks like a Good O'l Fashion NFC East Showdown next week..
I hope they do this same type of play calling next week, it would especially work against the Cowboys. Eli was so bad tonight. This was the 5th time this year that he's thrown for under 50 percent, and 7th time he's thrown for under 52 percent. I don't understand what's going on because at times he has been a lot more accurate than he has been over the last games. I don't know if it's the loss of Amani and this week Shockey or what but he looks like a coward with no guts.

Negatives: Needs further lower-body development (slender legs and thin ankles) … While he can hit the targets over the middle, if he is pressured, he shows inconsistencies in the intermediate range (needs to take some off the ball) … Tries too hard to make things happen, resulting in him not always locating his secondary target … Made improvements in this area, but will get flustered when pressured in the pocket, which causes him to force the ball into traffic … Needs to show better ball security (carries the ball too loose, resulting in a high amount of fumbles) … His passes tend to sail when he is hurried … Has shorter than ideal arms.

Has a very fluid, natural delivery, setting his feet properly and throwing a tight spiral … Puts good zip on the ball over the middle … Tough under pressure, standing tall and taking shots until he can find his target
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Old 12-31-2006, 02:32 AM   #213
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I hope they do this same type of play calling next week, it would especially work against the Cowboys. Eli was so bad tonight. This was the 5th time this year that he's thrown for under 50 percent, and 7th time he's thrown for under 52 percent. I don't understand what's going on because at times he has been a lot more accurate than he has been over the last games. I don't know if it's the loss of Amani and this week Shockey or what but he looks like a coward with no guts.

Negatives: Needs further lower-body development (slender legs and thin ankles) … While he can hit the targets over the middle, if he is pressured, he shows inconsistencies in the intermediate range (needs to take some off the ball) … Tries too hard to make things happen, resulting in him not always locating his secondary target … Made improvements in this area, but will get flustered when pressured in the pocket, which causes him to force the ball into traffic … Needs to show better ball security (carries the ball too loose, resulting in a high amount of fumbles) … His passes tend to sail when he is hurried … Has shorter than ideal arms.

Has a very fluid, natural delivery, setting his feet properly and throwing a tight spiral … Puts good zip on the ball over the middle … Tough under pressure, standing tall and taking shots until he can find his target
That breakdown of him is 3 years old, and still appears to be pretty accurate.
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Old 12-31-2006, 03:03 AM   #214
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The Packers need all of this plus a win over the Bears to make the playoffs...

-Arizona Cardinals beat San Diego Chargers
-Detroit Lions beat Dallas Cowboys
-Miami Dolphins beat Indianapolis Colts
-Minnesota Vikings beat St. Louis Rams
-San Francisco 49ers beat Denver Broncos
-New Orleans Saints beat Carolina Panthers
-Cleveland Browns beat Houston Texans
-Seattle Seahawks beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers
If you really look at it, all of those could possibly happen. It sucks that all we(the Packers) had to do was manage one more win and that could've easily happened against Buffalo. If it wasn't for that pic 6 and 2 redzone fumbles, the Packers could be at 8-7 w/ a playoff berth all but locked.
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Old 12-31-2006, 04:35 AM   #215
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If you really look at it, all of those could possibly happen.
You must be looking real hard then.

I don't know the exact mathematical probability but I believe I heard somewhere it was .0002% of that scenario happening...needless to say I'd probably sever off an arm if that happened tomorrow. Heck the Lions alone winning is a long shot.
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Old 12-31-2006, 04:52 AM   #216
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Sigh, I guess this means the Rams are done.
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