2021 NFL Week 3

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  1. Bucky

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    Clutch kick from Crosby!
     
  2. Warhawk_46

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    49ers need to get Kyle more involved earlier in games. There is no way he should not be getting 100 carries and another 50 receptions each year; far too talented.
     
  3. Jerry Reb

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    That SNF game was all about clutch performances by white players on both teams.

    Jimmy G needs the backing of coaching and management to say that he's the unquestioned starter.
     
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    JR, the other noteworthy item from this game, when looking at the Dolphins, was that Zach Sieler was their leading tackler with 9 total. Sieler is a DE/DT! How often do you see that? White men are tackling machines, no matter their position.
     
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    I wasn’t being hyperbolic when I said this earlier. The statistics support my statement.

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    I had to look Chicago Bears up,, and apparently it sucked for 13 years. But Trump, who was president, gives us a penis.

    (I made this comment at 4am extremely drunk, worth noting. I'd delete it but I think it's funny)
     
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    Watched some of GB-SF. Rodgers rocking the longer hair. Looks good. He just puts on a clinic when he's on. Knows where everyone on the field is the entire play. Just playing catch with his receivers.

    With a better D he has at least two more rings.
     
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    Watched the Packers' highlights, better then I expected, Rogers to Adams is something, but they could use another big bodied threat but hey the GM had a case of Casteitist.
    And the Packers dressed 4 white D players with Summers getting quite a bit of time on the field for one reason or another, I don't follow it close enough to know why.
     
  9. Bucky

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    It was nice to see Summers out there. He finished with 3 solo tackles. Lowry and Lancaster had 2tkls each.
     
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    Yeah I browse the PDF game summary for those tidbits, it complements the game highlights very well. What do you think of the O-line?
     
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    Thought they held up well for being a young group.. Have 3 rookies on that interior OL and had their 3rd string LT out there last night.

    Only gripe, more targets for Tonyan. Not sold on Dillon yet either. He looks slow and plodding at his size.
     
  12. Jerry Reb

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    Same thing with Harrison Smith. He's been on top of the Vikings' defensive stat sheet many a time. Rare for a safety but just another Sunday for Harrison.
     
  13. Leonardfan

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    Overall week 3 was a good week for our guys.
     
  14. Warhawk_46

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    Blake Martinez tears his ACL... our guys can’t catch a break.
     
  15. Leonardfan

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    The Bears offensive performance this year under Nagy should also help the reputation of Trubisky who was disrespected and had to sign as a backup with Buffalo. A year behind Josh Allen and under the tutelage of Brian Daboll may allow for Mitch to enjoy a Tannehill like resurgence next season.

    I’ll admit that it’s hypocritical to a point to put the blame all on Fields for the performance yesterday as he is playing in the same trash system, surrounded by an inept offensive line, average skill position players. On the other hand I very much enjoyed this wake up call for the DWFs, talking heads and “experts” who think Fields is the automatic answer in Chicago. I for one hope he gets scrutinized and knit picked just like Trubisky did.
     
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    Hell, I expect Nagy to be canned ASAP. He might be the worst head coach in a long, long time. Who knows, the next guy might want to install a power running game and Ryan Nall might be called into action.
     
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    It’s to bad the 49er’s defense couldn’t hold the packers for 37 seconds, Juice would have been the hero of the weekend.
     
  18. Jerry Reb

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    Worst non-Rooney Ruler, anyway. Worst overall would have to be "Clueless" Hue Jackson. 3-36-1 says it all.

    Nagy absolutely deserves to be fired. Bears DWFs blamed Trubisky for all their team's problems. Now Trubisky has been vindicated and Nagy and the DWFs have been exposed as the fools they are.
     
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    True I had forgot about Clueless Hue haha!

    Honestly it amazes me how horrible some coaches are... and they are getting paid like royalty.
     
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    sucks cause our guys don’t get injured at a higher rate (at least I don’t think so) but when you’re numbers are few they really stand out
     
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    It's too bad Nall will never get the opportunity Dillon is getting.
     
  22. Jerry Reb

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    I watched highlights (should be lowlights) of the Bears-Browns game and the Bears' offensive line put in one of the worst performances I've ever seen. (The Browns OL wasn't much better, and their game was far less dominant than the 26-6 final score indicated). But anyway, that Bears OL was laughably bad. 4/5 sumo, Cody Whitehair is the only whitey.

    Out of curiosity I looked up their weights and this is what I got from the official stats:

    Germain Ifedi RT 344 lbs.
    Sam Mustipher C 332 lbs.
    Jason Peters LT 328 lbs.
    James Daniels RG 327 lbs.
    Cody Whitehair LG 316 lbs.

    But the heaviest sumos make the best linemen, according to "experts" like weenieworld, Uncle Al, and Aunt Crissie. LOL
     
  23. Bucky

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    No kidding! Good Apples to Apples comparison.
     
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    We have been railing against the Bears sumo o-line for a few years. I was one of the biggest Trubisky fans and saw enough Bears games under the Rodent to know Mitch was not the reason for the failures of the Chicago offense. Ryan Pace and Nagy are both incompetent. Nagy is back to saying "nothing is off the table" in terms of who is playcalling - the same nonsense that played out last year with Trubisky.
     
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    Goedert had a 38yd reception, showed off his speed.

    Hurts follows it up with a poorly, underthrown INT on a fade route.

    Dak outdoes him with a fumble in the end zone.
     

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