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Posted 12 Sep 2014
Posted 10 Sep 2014good luck to abe in the future. I hope he recovers. he had a great career and was a great jet. I'd rather see him go then keep playing and ruin his life. He has nothing to be ashamed of, time to move on and retire and spend time with the family
Posted 9 Sep 2014My memory is not great but didn't a guy named CURTIS Martin play for us in his prime?
That was halfway between me overlooking Martin but what I was trying to say was about the RB position as a whole not just one guy.
the c-mart and lamont jordan combo was kinda beastly
Posted 8 Sep 2014I agree totally with you here.
Geno showed composure, pocket presence, great ability to read the defense, and most of all very good accuracy. 23/28 is an 82% completion percentage for lack of a better word I find that is literally f*cking amazing and awesome. And a couple of those throws were throw aways. Anyone complaining about that int is a total moron and needs to look at the replay. The pass was a bullet pass and directly on target right to the center of the chest of the receiver. The interception was just a totally amazing play. Most corners would never have got there in time and even if they did very few woukd have intercepted the ball. Woodson was totally flying in the air with his arms completely stretched out and made a miraculous type of catch with his hands.
That is something only the best corners in the league with good hands could ever do. Woodsons best days are behind him but even out of his prime he is better than a lot of starting corners in the league. That play interception should be in the running for the play of the week or month.
As far as the fumble by Geno... Yes it sucked but Geno is not a running back and was trying to make a play and got hit hard.
Sanchez never had that type of completion percentage or showed the pocket presence I saw from Geno in this game.
Geno still has a long way to go and it's only been one game against a team that probably is not very good but Geno is definitely looking like he belongs in the league as a starter.
Geno looks a million times better then last year. The biggest difference i noticed is he looked off the Dbs almost every play. Somehting sanchez never got teh hang of and why he threw too many pics. also something geno didn't do last year. he even looked off woodson that play but woodson got the better of it becuase he's a smart as hell veteran. almsot any other DB there and it would have been a completion.
Posted 8 Sep 2014Studs
Geno - how can anyone list him as a dud? I'm not even mad at the INT, it was more a great play by woodson then a bad one by geno. He made 2 mistakes. the head 1st drive fumble and the getting sacked out of FG range. he cost us 6 points on those 2 plays. But outside of that he was 82% passing (when was the last time we had that? chad in 2001?) with voer 200 yards 1 TD and 1 INT. He played smart used his legs (picked up 40 on the ground) and led the team well. He also had a TD pass dropped by salas
Run Game - All 3 get a nod here, geno, ivory, and CJ2K combined for over 200 rushing yards. Ivory was the start with 100+ on 10 carries including a 71 yards TD run
Pryor - was a beast out there but dropped a pick 6 when he looked upfield too soon
Run D - held DMC and MDJ in check
Allen - for a converted safety he sure played well at CB
rex - for making it work with no CBs
O-line - geno had plenty of time to throw
Folk - because he just never seems to miss
Marty - for getting too cute on some plays in the red zone
Salas - dropped an easy TD from geno
walls - for getting owned by james jones late in the game
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