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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: mizzou15 ()
Date: February 06, 2019 06:07AM

Ken Wrote:
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> I for one would like to see RT behind a line that
> gives him time to go through three or four
> progressions per play and throw to a group of guys
> that actually get open more often than not.
>
> Not going to happen with us, but regardless, I'd
> still like to see it.


If Tanne's has game he will be able to show it next year w/ another team. Maybe trade him to the Saints. After losing Bridgewater to f/a as expected this off season they might be in the market for another veteran backup.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: Ken ()
Date: February 06, 2019 06:33AM

Chyren and Sam, while RT is guilty of holding the ball too long at times, you guys are wrong to assert that he does it all of or even most times. Since he came into the league RT has consistently been near the top of the league in getting rid of the ball when you look at times from snap to throw. (Usually better than Brady I might add) However, he has also routinely been under pressure one of the quickest in the league when you look at times from snap to pressure.

The reasons for this are simple.

1. Routes called...Routes receivers are being asked to run are taking between 3-4 seconds for them to come open. RT is under pressure by then.

2. O-line not being able to block that long. RT is usually under pressure in under 2.5 seconds from snap to throw...guys are usually not out of their breaks by then.

3. Coaches getting the team in poor down and distance situations too frequently. This is an over reliance on running the ball when the blocking is poor or the backs hit the wrong holes.

4. RT himself rushing the play (Happy Feet), trying to make something out of nothing when nothing is there or waiting too long for someone to come open.

Facts are there is much more to the problem than simply RT holding the ball too long, or not being able to read a defense or innaccurate throws or failing to run or...

Until our blocking gets better AND the play calls get better for the situation we are in...no QB will be markedly better.

Let's all hope Flores can fix this, because if he cant we will have the same old results.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 06, 2019 11:21AM

No curing dumb. Someone warns you to guard against catastrophe and you accuse them of wishing it on you.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 06, 2019 11:28AM

But switching to you, Ken, I didn't see it that way. I didn't see him holding the ball because no one was open. I was seeing him holding it out of indecision.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: JC ()
Date: February 06, 2019 05:40PM

ChyrenB Wrote:
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> But switching to you, Ken, I didn't see it that
> way. I didn't see him holding the ball because no
> one was open. I was seeing him holding it out of
> indecision.


Test

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 06, 2019 08:05PM

I am trying to tell you that someone may have hacked into your device for the purpose of identity theft and as a result, weird things are happening such as when you post here your posts are going blank. It may just be a symptom of a much bigger problem. Sure it may be just this site but it always involves posts of yours or responses to those posts.

Please take your device to a computer establishment to see if it is been hacked. That's my last word on it.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: Grimey13 ()
Date: February 07, 2019 01:16AM

ChyrenB Wrote:
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> I am trying to tell you that someone may have
> hacked into your device for the purpose of
> identity theft and as a result, weird things are
> happening such as when you post here your posts
> are going blank. It may just be a symptom of a
> much bigger problem. Sure it may be just this
> site but it always involves posts of yours or
> responses to those posts.
>
> Please take your device to a computer
> establishment to see if it is been hacked. That's
> my last word on it.


I am happy you are looking out for his well being Chyren but in the real world that is not how things work. He has already stated he using multiple devices to post on this site. I have never heard of any tool, virus, trojan or program that follows you around to other sites and will cause an issue like not being able to post something.

If you don't know if your identity has been stolen is this time of technological advancement then you must be dead or trying to hide yourself.

Plus other people have had the issue here before not being able to "quote" someone's post. It has happened to me and trust me my identity is perfectly fine.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Date: February 07, 2019 08:13AM

ChyrenB Wrote:
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> No curing dumb. Someone warns you to guard
> against catastrophe and you accuse them of wishing
> it on you.


Why are we still talking about this? The only thing dumb around here is a californian Dolphins fan who doesn't even watch games claiming they know anything about football.

Next year we get a roof and despite the shade.......a lot more sunshine blown up our asses!!!!

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 07, 2019 10:27AM

You dumb@ss. There is a little old lady that I drive home on alternate Sundays. All the way into LA. The only thing about me the other posters on this board are wondering is why I'm going so far to explain to an idiot who I am trying to help.

And Grimey, my understanding was not that he used multiple devices to post HERE but that he was saying he posted on multiple other sites with no problems, presumably with the same single device that is causing problems here. I may have misinterpreted.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 07, 2019 11:27AM

And of course I never miss the WHOLE game, only part of the games that starts at 1pm Pacific which is 4pm Eastern. Games that start at 10am Pacific are unaffected unless they go into quadruple overtime. And it's not for the dumb@ss that I am explaining this but for the other board members who may think he has a point. But it does piss off a guy who has been a fan since September of 1967.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 07, 2019 01:08PM

TreasurecoastPhinsfan Wrote:
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> I post from several locations, this site is just
> Jacked.

This was the sentence which I interpreted as you saying that you posted ON other sites and had no problems. Of course it would have been clearer if you had used the word "devices" instead of "locations". I have never heard location used as a reference to devices. But I am far from a computer nerd.
>
> Chyrene, the rest of your post makes no sense. He
> never made a great pocket passer because the oline
> never gave him 2-3 seconds to create one. Dont
> believe me? Go start a poll.....eye rolling smiley

RESPONSE: LOL. Nah, I'll just ask those on this board who think that when Tanny was sacked it was usually within (I'll even give you) FIVE, let alone 3, seconds after the snap. Come on fellow posters. Step forward and we are talking about his whole career, AND NOT including the rare occasions when he was put in the wildcat or the read option .

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Date: February 07, 2019 03:07PM

Californians..........so easily triggered.eye rolling smileydrinking smiley

Just saying.....

Next year we get a roof and despite the shade.......a lot more sunshine blown up our asses!!!!

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 07, 2019 07:46PM

It is New Yawkers that are sensitive! I'M A born and raised SOONER AND PROUD OF IT! I was a member of the Oklahoma Youth Legislature in April of 1964 and again in April of 1965, held in the Oklahoma legislative chambers.

In 64, I authored legislation that would have made it a death penalty offense if the President of the United States were to be murdered in Oklahoma. Remember what happened in Texas in November of 1963?

In 1965, I authored legislation that would have allowed the Governor of Oklahoma to succeed himself (something that could not be done at the time). I made a joke that my bill would not apply to the then incumbent Harry Bellmon (who was the first Republican ever to be elected Governor of Oklahoma) and when the laughter did not die down after a little while someone pointed me up to the gallery and there was Governor Bellmon laughing. In his Sunday address, he stopped by my desk and shook my hand heartily.

My sister was for years until her untimely passing in 2009, the Democratic National Conventions resolution chair. She used to babysit, while a teenager, for Oklahoma US Senator Fred R. Harris from my hometown of Lawton, Oklahoma.

But you can think of me anyway you want to. Funny though, my school in Oklahoma was going to be abolished and my senior year was going to be the last year it existed. I begged my father, a physics and chemistry teacher to be allowed to go back to LA for a second summer and actually transfer to Fremont High in Los Angeles for my senior year instead. He allowed me to do so and I stayed with his mother, my grandmother. LOL. Little did he know that the Watts Riot would occur that summer.


But I guess I was always in law enforcement. In the Summer of 64, on my visit a friend of mine had gotten me on as a boxboy at ABC Market in L.A. Members of the LAPD moonlighted as security guards at supermarkets in those days. They would tell me about their cases.

But more importantly, at Fremont High in LA in the year 65-66, I worked for the Vice principal collecting students from their classes when they were wanted by the LAPD.

God always delivers to me. From my first days at Summer School, one kid in particular used to always point to me and say, "Hey, look everybody! There goes the Cowboy. There's the Cowboy!"

When I was told to bring a student from a class for the LAPD, I told the officers that there was a room in which you entered and there was a door leading to another room. I would tell the officers to wait in that second room with one officer on each side of the door until I brought the student in.

So I got many students. I would go to their class and when the teacher asked me what I wanted, I would say quietly to her their name and she would tell him to go with me.

One day during the regular school year of 65-66, I was on such an errand but as soon as I walked in, my old nemesis was in that classroom and yelled, "Hey look everybody! It's the Cowboy! It's the Cowboy!"

Then, the teacher asked me who I was there for and I told her the name, and she looked startled and said, "Why that's him!" LOL. It was my old torturer.

I smirked and gave him the old beckoning forefinger.

When we got outside, he asked nervously and frightened, "What does the vice principal want from me?"

I said, "Oh, you probably have to do some clean up or pick up litter for something you've done wrong at school. Can't you remember?"

He relaxed considerably.

And when we got to our special room, I told him, "Just walk through that door and wait there."

Well, LOL. You can imagine what happened.

No, I'm not really a Californian, Treasure, I am a "Cowboy!"

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: Grimey13 ()
Date: February 08, 2019 01:10AM

ChyrenB Wrote:
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> And Grimey, my understanding was not that he used
> multiple devices to post HERE but that he was
> saying he posted on multiple other sites with no
> problems, presumably with the same single device
> that is causing problems here. I may have
> misinterpreted.

All good Chy. I just figured I would put in my two cents since I am in the Cyber field. Good look out on your end though.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: samsam3738 ()
Date: February 08, 2019 04:08AM

I bet you tcpf is from california.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Date: February 08, 2019 07:59AM

ChyrenB Wrote:
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> It is New Yawkers that are sensitive! I'M A born
> and raised SOONER AND PROUD OF IT! I was a
> member of the Oklahoma Youth Legislature in April
> of 1964 and again in April of 1965, held in the
> Oklahoma legislative chambers.
>
> In 64, I authored legislation that would have made
> it a death penalty offense if the President of the
> United States were to be murdered in Oklahoma.
> Remember what happened in Texas in November of
> 1963?
>
> In 1965, I authored legislation that would have
> allowed the Governor of Oklahoma to succeed
> himself (something that could not be done at the
> time). I made a joke that my bill would not apply
> to the then incumbent Harry Bellmon (who was the
> first Republican ever to be elected Governor of
> Oklahoma) and when the laughter did not die down
> after a little while someone pointed me up to the
> gallery and there was Governor Bellmon laughing.
> In his Sunday address, he stopped by my desk and
> shook my hand heartily.
>
> My sister was for years until her untimely passing
> in 2009, the Democratic National Conventions
> resolution chair. She used to babysit, while a
> teenager, for Oklahoma US Senator Fred R. Harris
> from my hometown of Lawton, Oklahoma.
>
> But you can think of me anyway you want to. Funny
> though, my school in Oklahoma was going to be
> abolished and my senior year was going to be the
> last year it existed. I begged my father, a
> physics and chemistry teacher to be allowed to go
> back to LA for a second summer and actually
> transfer to Fremont High in Los Angeles for my
> senior year instead. He allowed me to do so and I
> stayed with his mother, my grandmother. LOL.
> Little did he know that the Watts Riot would occur
> that summer.
>
>
> But I guess I was always in law enforcement. In
> the Summer of 64, on my visit a friend of mine had
> gotten me on as a boxboy at ABC Market in L.A.
> Members of the LAPD moonlighted as security guards
> at supermarkets in those days. They would tell me
> about their cases.
>
> But more importantly, at Fremont High in LA in the
> year 65-66, I worked for the Vice principal
> collecting students from their classes when they
> were wanted by the LAPD.
>
> God always delivers to me. From my first days at
> Summer School, one kid in particular used to
> always point to me and say, "Hey, look everybody!
> There goes the Cowboy. There's the Cowboy!"
>
> When I was told to bring a student from a class
> for the LAPD, I told the officers that there was a
> room in which you entered and there was a door
> leading to another room. I would tell the
> officers to wait in that second room with one
> officer on each side of the door until I brought
> the student in.
>
> So I got many students. I would go to their class
> and when the teacher asked me what I wanted, I
> would say quietly to her their name and she would
> tell him to go with me.
>
> One day during the regular school year of 65-66, I
> was on such an errand but as soon as I walked in,
> my old nemesis was in that classroom and yelled,
> "Hey look everybody! It's the Cowboy! It's the
> Cowboy!"
>
> Then, the teacher asked me who I was there for and
> I told her the name, and she looked startled and
> said, "Why that's him!" LOL. It was my old
> torturer.
>
> I smirked and gave him the old beckoning
> forefinger.
>
> When we got outside, he asked nervously and
> frightened, "What does the vice principal want
> from me?"
>
> I said, "Oh, you probably have to do some clean up
> or pick up litter for something you've done wrong
> at school. Can't you remember?"
>
> He relaxed considerably.
>
> And when we got to our special room, I told him,
> "Just walk through that door and wait there."
>
> Well, LOL. You can imagine what happened.
>
> No, I'm not really a Californian, Treasure, I am a
> "Cowboy!"

Triggered again! That was easy........drinking smiley

Next year we get a roof and despite the shade.......a lot more sunshine blown up our asses!!!!

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Date: February 08, 2019 08:01AM

samsam3738 Wrote:
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> I bet you tcpf is from california.


Im surprised you spelled California......eye rolling smiley

Next year we get a roof and despite the shade.......a lot more sunshine blown up our asses!!!!

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: samsam3738 ()
Date: February 08, 2019 08:49AM

He didnt even deny it.

I was right!

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 08, 2019 11:52AM

LOL

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 08, 2019 12:23PM

Oh, Sam, he's a sensitive New Yawker! You know how they always think they're being picked on by people from Philly or Boston. He couldn't take it and had to move to Florida like retired New Yawkers usually do.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Date: February 08, 2019 12:26PM

Man. eye rolling smiley

I could really have some fun with this. Its just too easy.


Colonel......JC. You owe me one!grinning smiley

Next year we get a roof and despite the shade.......a lot more sunshine blown up our asses!!!!

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: JC ()
Date: February 08, 2019 12:27PM

Good heavens, y'all.

It's a good thing you guys all like each other.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 08, 2019 12:37PM

It's all in good fun, Treasure.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: samsam3738 ()
Date: February 08, 2019 01:04PM

railroaded i tell you.

Me and chren run over tcpfs face eveytime without mercy.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 08, 2019 02:36PM

That's the way other teams should play Brady. Blitz him "without mercy" each time the ball is snapped.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: Ken ()
Date: February 08, 2019 04:25PM

No, they should hit him each time the ball is snapped. No exceptions. Even when he gets the ball off, hit him. Even if the defender gets there late, hit him. Even if it causes fines, flags or ejections, hit him...every snap, every game, every opponent, hit him.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 08, 2019 05:12PM

Ken. I followed Big Ten Football. That is the way Purdue, Ohio State, Michigan State, Iowa State and the rest of them played Michigan's Tom Brady. They blitzed him and blitzed him and SamSam, I pray to God, if you had seen him you would have used the Wetfirecracker name on him instead of Tannehill.

As a result, he went undrafted until the 7th round.

But when he got in the pros, Know it alls in pro management felt that since he had such a poor passing record, they didn't need to spend time on pass rushing him but instead should devote all their attention to covering all his receivers. That's why he headed for the Hall of Fame.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Date: February 09, 2019 05:31AM

ChyrenB Wrote:
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> It's all in good fun, Treasure.


And thats why I stopped.

Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical humility. I chose the former and have seen no reason to change.

Frank Lloyd Wright

Next year we get a roof and despite the shade.......a lot more sunshine blown up our asses!!!!

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: Ken ()
Date: February 09, 2019 05:44AM

Chyren, I have no problem with blitzing Brady, just that at the end of all those blitzes, you have to hit him. It's not enough to simply get in his vacinity, gotta hit him, a lot. Only that will make him blink and get frustrated...that's how you beat him.

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Re: Next Year's Roster
Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: February 09, 2019 10:43AM

Well, hitting him when he has already grounded the ball would get you penalties. No one wants penalties.You

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