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  • Thanks guys. That was a tough break for the Cowboys. I hope Romo silenced some critics with his gutsy performance last night. I've always been a Romo fan.

    Can't hate Romo, he's a class act and a great person off the field.

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    • As for Osi, I have to man up and admit I was wrong. He came up huge. He did 2 things that I never expected him to do:

      1. He was willing to come off the bench and be a situational player. Never thought Osi's ego would allow for that.

      2. He was willing to move around the dline so JPP can stay at his natural RE position. I never ever thought he'd do that. I was shocked to see him line up at LE.

      Bc he was willing to do those 2 things, it was a huge boost for our defense. Hopefully we stick with this formula and use him situationally from now on the same way.

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      • Originally posted by bigbluedefense View Post
        Thanks guys. That was a tough break for the Cowboys. I hope Romo silenced some critics with his gutsy performance last night. I've always been a Romo fan.

        Can't hate Romo, he's a class act and a great person off the field.
        I have no complaints about Romo. But just to clarify my position-I don't think this was a tough break for my team. You guys outclassed us from the opening kickoff. You earned it. We didn't lose on a tough break. We got outclassed and outplayed.

        You can keep your chin up, sir. You did not win because of a lucky play or two. You beat our buts down all night. It was tough to watch, but we had it coming for a long time.

        Now go beat Green Bay! Please!!!!

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        • Originally posted by bigbluedefense View Post
          As for Osi, I have to man up and admit I was wrong. He came up huge. He did 2 things that I never expected him to do:

          1. He was willing to come off the bench and be a situational player. Never thought Osi's ego would allow for that.

          2. He was willing to move around the dline so JPP can stay at his natural RE position. I never ever thought he'd do that. I was shocked to see him line up at LE.

          Bc he was willing to do those 2 things, it was a huge boost for our defense. Hopefully we stick with this formula and use him situationally from now on the same way.
          Way to man up and admit you were wrong. Osi is more of a team player than anyone gives him credit for. Also, he had a pretty good year for someone who didn't play that much.
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          • I still can't get over how good Cruz and JPP have been this year. I don't know which is more shocking to me. I guess Cruz because he was a UDFA but still it's been amazing for both of them.
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            • Originally posted by Giantsfan1080 View Post
              I still can't get over how good Cruz and JPP have been this year. I don't know which is more shocking to me. I guess Cruz because he was a UDFA but still it's been amazing for both of them.
              dude...same thought exactly. We are really fortunate to see two great young players emerge, as well as Eli really hitting his prime. I feel spoiled.

              The play JPP made last week when they ran at him, he was being blocked by two players, yet he spun out of the blocks and made the tackle. At the moment I saw him doing it i thought, oh god this isn't going to end well bc he'll be soo out of position, but he made an amazing play. You can't describe that kind of ability, its beyond freakish.

              On the other side, victor cruz is like a miracle every game. You don't have plays like he has, they all seem like flukes, but great things happen when he is involved in a play. He's just magic.

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              • I'm back, 4 nights was 1 night too many, but I did catch the game on bourbon street, then went to the casino and lost my money after we won.

                Oh well, WE STILL WON!!!

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                • ) The Falcons have played indoors 11 times this season, posting a 3-2 record outdoors. Ryan is 13-10 outside with a passer rating of 82.3. Indoors, he is 30-11 with a rating of 91.4.

                  Hopefully we will be able to best them sunday.

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                  • Something else is going on there. A difference of 9.1 in passer rating does not equal that difference in wins. No way that makes the difference in a 56.5 winning percentage and a 73%.

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                    • Giants.com did it.

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                      • Originally posted by NY+Giants=NYG View Post
                        Giants.com did it.
                        What are Eli's numbers? He doesn't exactly play his best ball at home.

                        I'm sure the numbers are correct, but there has to be some other factor than Ryan's slightly worse performances causing the drastic difference.

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                        • Originally posted by Jughead10 View Post
                          What are Eli's numbers? He doesn't exactly play his best ball at home.

                          I'm sure the numbers are correct, but there has to be some other factor than Ryan's slightly worse performances causing the drastic difference.
                          Not sure about Eli. I think people don't or won't care because we play outdoors. This is a dome team coming out to play in "cold" weather.

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                          • I'm not going to get caught up in the fact that Atlanta is a dome team. They really don't play like one where our field is going to slow them down. They play more like a cold weather team liking to establish the run. They're a good team but we match up well with them. I'm just glad we got in and everything from now on is gravy to me.
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                            • I think it is more of a home/away thing rather than a dome/open air thing.

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                              • Originally posted by Jughead10 View Post
                                I think it is more of a home/away thing rather than a dome/open air thing.
                                I don't know it seems like most people are painting them as a different team because they play inside a dome. The Saints are a dome team where the Falcons really aren't. Also, Ryan played in plenty of cold weather games at BC. It's not an advantage.
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