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Not sure I understand that Garrett hate. Our ****** OL dictated the play calls more than anything else. Garrett let his boys try to prove it multiple times and they let him down. I won't question another short yardage pass again this year. We proved it throughout the game...the LOS was constantly set 3 yards on our side of the line.
He chose this OL. He chose the playcalling. He's still clueless in short yardage situations. He hasn't fixed this since arriving here.
I don't agree with thule, Were up a touchdown. On the goal line you run the ball, if you dont get in you run the clock and make the FG to be up 2 possessions.
Anyway, I only have two things to say. The jets might be the luckiest team in the history of existance and i hate them more than anything.
And most important of all, until this team wins a superbowl I will always say they are cursed. Witten brings the ball to the 3 and we end up with a turnover, and then a blocked punt to lose us the game? This team has something super natural against it. No way in hell it doesn't.
Cursed? Nah, stupidity. Darwinism explains it all.
All this Garrett hate as OC is misplaced I think. Dez cramped up and pussied out in the 2nd half, we couldn't get the running game going, and we still moved the ball. If Romo doesn't fumble, we win. This loss is on him and the ******** punt block scheme we had in.
A what kills me is this team could be so good if they would just stop these monumentally stupid mistakes. The most bonehead plays either at the end of the first half with coverage errors or turnovers in the 4th Quarter.
Woops you're right, he picked up a yard. Then we were 2 yards out. But this doesnt mean you just abandon it. It's pathetic really, you turn on the tape...and it becomes apparent that we pass a lot more than we run at the goaline. And we did this Barber here, too. And the Jets knew we were passing on both of those two plays. And going to shotgun at the goaline, never seems to work for us at all. Just man up, power up...he pusses out down there all the time.
Woops you're right, he picked up a yard. Then we were 2 yards out. But this doesnt mean you just abandon it. It's pathetic really, you turn on the tape...and it becomes apparent that we pass a lot more than we run at the goaline. And we did this Barber here, too. And the Jets knew we were passing on both of those two plays. And going to shotgun at the goaline, never seems to work for us at all.
2 Yards off tackle on 3 plays is not that hard. At least try.
But Romo fumbling. Come on, that is so loser.
You can go up 10 points. You got a chip shot. Your D to that point played OK.
Fumble? Really? Trying to score a TD on some haphazard scramble?
They got picked apart in the 2nd half man. And the confusion reached a higher level in the half as well. We had coverage break downs all over the place. We just gave up 335 yards to Sanchez.
For as good as they played in the 1st half, they were pretty awful in the 2nd half, and did surrender 20 points.
They'll get better with time, but there is a lot of confusion yet. And yes, we really need those corners to heal.
Our secondary sucked going into this game and injuries made them worse. They played as well as you could've hoped for and the mental plays they make are reactionary...which are way easier to make mistakes on, unlike the offense who dictates plays. Also, you can't discredit the Jets offense so easily. They have one of the best OL's in the game and their weapons equal ours.
The offense is supposed to carry this team this year. That's where we invested our resources and picks at. That's where our leadership is. That's where we made our WORST mistakes. I'm not saying our defense didn't make mistakes, but they did their job applying pressure, getting turnovers and stuffing the run.