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Old 01-13-2013, 05:30 PM  
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Russell Wilson

I am so proud of this dude, so close to winning his first 2 playoff games. He is going to win us a Superbowl someday. What a rollercoaster of a game today.. JFC!
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Old 01-13-2013, 07:53 PM   #121
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Old 01-13-2013, 07:54 PM   #122
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Alfred Morris forced more missed tackles than everyone except Adrian Peterson and Marshawn Lynch.

He's kickass.

Lynch and Morris are pretty ****ing awesome...and Luck's RBs are garbage.
Can you attribute any of those missed tackles to a tired defense that has to chase RGIII around?
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Old 01-13-2013, 07:54 PM   #123
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Not sure what your point is. They are a lot better than Vick Ballard. You don't force that many guys to miss tackles without being a badass.
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Old 01-13-2013, 07:54 PM   #124
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Can you attribute any of those missed tackles to a tired defense that has to chase RGIII around?
No, but at this point RGIII and Russell Wilson are already going in the Hootie Hall of Fame so why bother arguing.
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Old 01-13-2013, 07:55 PM   #125
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Seattle double whammied us. Not only did I want Russell Wilson to be drafted by us instead of Donald Stephenson, but they snaked James Turbin in the fourth right ahead of us, as well.

In all reality, even if Pioli would have pulled the trigger on Wilson, he likely wouldn't have even made the active roster with us. He would have ended up on the practice squad only to be pilfered by another team that could actually see talent.
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Old 01-13-2013, 07:59 PM   #126
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all I'm saying is

we see these system backs in good systems come from nowhere and I don't consider them elite

Alfred Morris is a nice story but if he was on the Chiefs is he any better than Shaun ****ing Draughn? I'm not sure. I doubt it.
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Old 01-13-2013, 07:59 PM   #127
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I was called reactionary today but I simply believe Wilson is better than Luck. I'd honestly take Wilson over every QB in the NFL right now. Him or Rodgers. That's who I'd build a franchise around if I was given that luxury.

can't say enough about him, the Seahawks and Pete Carrol. That was the most impressive loss I've seen in recent history.
Yeah, that was me and I think that's obvious now. Your jaws HAVE to be sore as shit right now. Seriously, you've been fellating this guy for the past 7 hours..

Wilson over Rodgers for one game? Come on, man. I could understand if you were staring a franchise because Wilson's like 6 years his junior, but he's NOT better than Rodgers right now.

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Did you see what russell wilson did today with most would consider inferior talent?

I would take the packers' supporting cast over what russell wilson has to work with.

I think its a fair point, though I don't exactly agree.
What? The Packers have a shit team outside of Rodgers and those receivers (one could make the argument that Rodgers makes them look better than they are).

Their run game is non-existant and the defense might as well lay down on every drive. Meanwhile, Wilson was blessed with the best defense in the league and one of the better RBs. His receivers are below average, in my opinion, but they're serviceable.
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:00 PM   #128
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Yep,

If he made it to training camp and blew a hole in the ozone, the Chiefs brass would have started Cassel anyway.
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:07 PM   #129
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all I'm saying is

we see these system backs in good systems come from nowhere and I don't consider them elite

Alfred Morris is a nice story but if he was on the Chiefs is he any better than Shaun ****ing Draughn? I'm not sure. I doubt it.
Shaun Draughn made 3 guys miss all year and was one of the worst RBs in the league by PFF metrics....yet you think Alfred Morris is no better.

C'mon, man.
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:09 PM   #130
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Yeah, that was me and I think that's obvious now. Your jaws HAVE to be sore as shit right now. Seriously, you've been fellating this guy for the past 7 hours..

Wilson over Rodgers for one game? Come on, man. I could understand if you were staring a franchise because Wilson's like 6 years his junior, but he's NOT better than Rodgers right now.



What? The Packers have a shit team outside of Rodgers and those receivers (one could make the argument that Rodgers makes them look better than they are).

Their run game is non-existant and the defense might as well lay down on every drive. Meanwhile, Wilson was blessed with the best defense in the league and one of the better RBs. His receivers are below average, in my opinion, but they're serviceable.
I was just talking offense. You're right, the packers defense is terrible. But those receivers made some great plays last night, as they always do. And the newfound running game almost seemed to hurt Rodgers' game than enhance it.

I still would take the Packers receivers(Greg Jennings, James Jones, Jordy Nelson, Jermichael Finley) over what seattle has (Sidney Rice, Golden Tate, Zach Miller). And I'd take Mccarthy whoever Seattle has. Fact is, Matt ****ing Flynn looked like an all-pro with the same supporting cast, and that has to count for something.

Maybe it's just the fact that I've been studying for 10 hours and I'm going a little insane.
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:10 PM   #131
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he might be a bit better, but how would he have performed in KC assuming we didn't have Charles

1600+ yards?

those kinds of RB's are simply plug and play

the best thing about Morris was he appeared to be quite durable.
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:13 PM   #132
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:14 PM   #133
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I really like him a lot. Wish we hade a QB like him here..... oh, wait... we CAN, if we draft Geno Smith!
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:16 PM   #134
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I am so proud of this dude, so close to winning his first 2 playoff games. He is going to win us a Superbowl someday. What a rollercoaster of a game today.. JFC!
Not very accurate and wants to run before pass. I watched him pass up touchdown passes to run twenty yards and he'd over throw receivers by ten yards against the redskins. Defenses will adjust to his shtick if he doesn't start to throw the ball better. Kapernick and RGIII can make throw's he can't come close to replicating.
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:26 PM   #135
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Not very accurate and wants to run before pass. I watched him pass up touchdown passes to run twenty yards and he'd over throw receivers by ten yards against the redskins. Defenses will adjust to his shtick if he doesn't start to throw the ball better. Kapernick and RGIII can make throw's he can't come close to replicating.
Hmmm, Not sure how much you have seen him play this year, but what you are describing is not the same Russel Wilson I've watched all year (Season ticket holder).

I am extremely proud of RW3 and the rest of our team. Should have had that one today..
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