Post by Supernatural on Oct 16, 2016 13:31:14 GMT -5
Sorry. You just cannot win big with our coaches. I've seen enough. This is who they are as play callers and utilizing talent where needed, and this type of stuff is what holds even the most talented of teams back from going much, much farther in the postseason. Sure, it looks good between the 20s, but I've had enough. They do not appear to have learned anything or grown at all as play callers.
Very happy Jones got the TD, but that doesn't erase the epic horridness of the red zone play calling. Game after game. You cannot make a living with play callers like the ones we have. It may get you through the regular season and set you up year after year for the postseason, but then it cost you big time. Problem is, with regular season success, the play callers won't learn anything and chalk up postseason losses to just not being good enough.
Post by Supernatural on Oct 16, 2016 13:48:17 GMT -5
Yep. You cannot drop to division games at home. Just can't do that. Our road win vs. the Giants would help ease the pain should we lose this game IF we sweep the Giants this year. But we have to win this game, no question.
Just when you thought the Special Teams was starting to become a strength
Davis screwed up with the celebration, but Kowitca compounded the error with one of his own. He tried to get cute with the high, short KO and it came back to bite us. If he had let Hop rip it, it would likely have gotten to the 5 yard line if not the EZ and this isn't an issue. Oh well. We have dominated both sides of the line. And we have a very fresh D to start the second half. Ryan found he likes the taste of Eagle meat, and wants more.
I think I'm coming down with Burgundy and Gold fever [Ker]again. I hope it's not an SDH. I'm Sweating All(en) over. I have Ioannitis in my joints, and the Payne is unbearably .... FANTASTIC!! OK. I need to Settle down. It's not even Training Camp yet.