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  • #91
    The WR's seem to drop more passes when the weather gets cold. Heading to the dome in ATL should benefit them

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    • #92
      Originally posted by BloodBrother View Post
      The WR's seem to drop more passes when the weather gets cold. Heading to the dome in ATL should benefit them
      Yeah, without Grant we're definitely a superior team on turf. Jones always plays better inside and Jennings speed really becomes an asset.

      And whomever said Starks has better power/burst/vision/blah blah then Grant is on crack. Yeah, Starks had a good game against a mediocre defense that wasn't expecting a running game. Grant has had great games against very good defenses. Stark played well today but he's not in Grants stratosphere yet.

      Remember Samkon Gado? He had 3 or 4 games better then this one was for us. Don't remember him? That's 'cuz he wasn't actually any good.


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      • #93
        Starks definitely showed more than Jackson, though. I do agree that Grant has a better burst. A Grant/Starks combo next year should be good. Jackson on 3rd downs will be great, to

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        • #94
          Originally posted by Sportsfan486 View Post
          Yeah, without Grant we're definitely a superior team on turf. Jones always plays better inside and Jennings speed really becomes an asset.

          And whomever said Starks has better power/burst/vision/blah blah then Grant is on crack. Yeah, Starks had a good game against a mediocre defense that wasn't expecting a running game. Grant has had great games against very good defenses. Stark played well today but he's not in Grants stratosphere yet.

          Remember Samkon Gado? He had 3 or 4 games better then this one was for us. Don't remember him? That's 'cuz he wasn't actually any good.
          Oh he's definately in Grant's stratosphere, people are talking about Grant like he's this All-Pro runner that we lost comparable to Ahman Green in his prime, when in reality he was really no more then an above average player that did enough to take pressure off Rodgers.

          I think after Starks gets an offseason to get back into football shape and learn even more of the nuances of this offense he's going to prove how good he can actually be.

          Hitman D

          "The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation." - Henry David Thoreau

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          • #95
            Originally posted by GB12 View Post
            And Driver had at least one drop too. But of course Jones is the only one to ever get **** for drops.
            James Jones dropped a perfect pass, soft, in stride, that would have been a huge playoff TD.

            Jennings was crucified in Detroit for dropping another perfect pass that cost us a TD and resulted in an Int and a loss......

            Driver didn't have a bad drop like that yesterday, and Jennings first drop was high and hard, a very difficult catch.

            My 7-year old son could have caught the pass Jones dropped yesterday. That's why you never saw another pass go Jones way after that. I love Jones, but he's lethal with his mistakes too often. Can't have that.

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            • #96
              EAGLES FANS ADDING TO THEIR REPUTATION

              http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?se...all&id=7888708

              PHILADELPHIA - January 9, 2011 (WPVI) -- Craig Coenen and his father Theodore had driven down for the game from Macungie, Pa., but their drive back home will be in a car that may have sustained thousands in damage.

              "We pulled into the lot, some crazy guys pulled in after us and gave us the finger coming in," Craig told Action News.

              But what these Green Bay Packers fans found upon leaving the game was even more unpleasant. "Came out and noticed my car had been trashed pretty much, left side, right side, dents, windshield wipers torn off," Craig said.

              So Craig, who resides in Macungie, and his father were then left to pick up the pieces.

              They believe it was the same Eagles fans who saw them arriving, explaining they were drinking heavily and took the rivalry way too far.

              "It's just terrible that people can do that over a game, they even have footprints going right up the side of the car on to the top, they walked on top of the car. What kind of mentality does that take?" Theodore said.

              They tell Action News another nearby car owned by Packers fans also sustained some damage, but for these die hard Packers fans it's all about perspective.

              "But the Packers won, so everything's okay," Craig said, trying to add some levity to the situation.
              Last edited by J-Mike88; 01-11-2011, 09:41 AM.

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