At the bottom of Kibb's post was this blurb:
"The Saints have been much more conservative this season with defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo in charge instead of blitz-happy Gregg Williams. New Orleans has blitzed only 64 times through seven games (an average of less than 10 blitzes a game) and has been the worst blitz team in the NFL, by far, giving up seven TDs and forcing no INTs. Opposing QBs have a QB rating of 143.4 against the Saints' blitz. Compare that with the Saints last season, when they led the NFL with 316 blitzes over 16 regular-season games (just under 20 blitzes per game), and held opposing QBs to a rating under 75."
That sounds like something we need to talk about in the Haslett threads lol. In the past Spags was actually respected too but GW was 10x the coordinator according to those stats.
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A lot of people didn't read the article. It's pretty much a throw away because at the end Jaws negates all of it and says he's not figured out and he doesn't see it happening anytime soon. I will agree and say the only reason Jaws even thinks about writing this is because our WRs dropped 10+ passes. Man, I can't even believe it when i just typed 10+ passes.
Rich Tandler article explaining this article up in BRBN, its not what you think.
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Why spell it all out like that and then contradict and retract?
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Griffin said that he was going to watch the game with his family and that he will never attend a Super Bowl if he needs a ticket to get in.
I have no clue why but he did. I honestly can't figure out how anyone could come away from that game thinking Pitts D figured Robert out and that's what stopped us. I thought the whole article was a waste. We got down early which took away the run, and our WRs sucked at a historically bad level. So I gues you stop Robert by scheduling a game in the rain, give him a historically bad defense, a historically bad effort from the WRs and last but not least take away his top 2 targets to injury. Problem solved lol.
Last edited by Zazzaro703; November-3rd-2012 at 09:39 PM.
Anyone see Sterling Sharpe's piece on NFL network... about how giving Dick Labeau's defense against rookies so much love is a joke? and applying that to the Redskins game... That RG3 hasn't taken a step back, they highlighted the plays and how many passes hit his receivers in the hands. You can't give a defense credit for drops or saying it made RG3 look pedestrian... at least 9 were just plain drops, not forced fumbles, or where a defender interfered with the play, just drops. Catch the freaking ball.
There is a huge difference in knowing what to do and being able to do it. Our defense knows it needs to shut offenses down, but they sure haven't been able to do it. In the early 80's teams knew they had to stop Riggins, but they couldn't do it. If Garcon can ever get his injured self back on the field and healthy, this offense will really be fun to watch.
RG3 is a rookie QB and this team should be carrying him, instead he has been carrying this team! Because of injuries to our best weapons and starters, RG hasn't been able to show all of his talent either. So if anyone thinks they found the key to stopping our offense and a rookie QB, they have only fooled themselves. Wait till we get healthy and add even better weapons each draft and season. See ya in the Super Bowl eventually.
Last edited by MustangSteve; November-4th-2012 at 10:44 AM.
The Steelers did not shut down RG3, our own receivers did! We shot ourselves in the foot. Let's get it together today and roll over the panthers!
Last edited by MustangSteve; November-4th-2012 at 10:56 AM.
Apparently, the way to stop him is to make him throw it. He can kiss OROY goodbye.
Last edited by Hunter_R; November-4th-2012 at 02:34 PM.
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