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    Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

    Gotta' acknowledge the offensive line and secondary today. Both units- much maligned this season- did a nice job and showed the kind of resolve necessary to be successful when your teammates go down.

    The secondary, which has suffered injury after injury, has done an admirable job the last couple of weeks. Guys get hurt, other guys have stepped up- a nice thing to see.

    And the offensive line, which has been an underachieving, disappointing bunch all year came together despite the benching of Brown, Smith's absence and Saffold leaving the game.

    We must give credit to these guys, as well as the coaches for keeping these units competitive today.
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    Re: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

    Loved it. Agreed on both. I think next season we have to re-sign Jacob Bell who's actually played solid. I think we part ways with Jason Brown and Jason Smith. 2 cap killers.
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    Re: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

    Agreed.

    Stewart and Gordy have risen up and look to be more then serviceable. They did what you need to do. Step up when called upon. Today marks first game I did not see the dreaded false start. I may have missed one but I did not see any of those called? If not, perhaps it was Brown??

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    Re: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

    King is slowly improving also. He made a big time pass break up in the end zone today.

    One can only wonder what we'd look like without all the dreadful CB injuries.

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    Re: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

    If I recall, no false start or holding penaltys on the offensive line.

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    Re: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

    This patchwork o-line did pretty decent today lets be serious.Both tackles out and center switch all things considered good job.I feel so bad for our secondary we have 4th stringers starting lol and now Al harris is done for the season and most likely career ending we are doing a heck of a job with what we got.Btw where was Quinn today i didnt notice him at all did he even suit up?

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    Re: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

    Quote Originally Posted by sosa39rams View Post
    Loved it. Agreed on both. I think next season we have to re-sign Jacob Bell who's actually played solid. I think we part ways with Jason Brown and Jason Smith. 2 cap killers.
    I don't think he will be back, he gave up a sack in the redzone got beat bad, he also got ran over by SJ as he was trying to block down field.

    We must give credit to these guys, as well as the coaches for keeping these units competitive today.
    I agree, we lost a game last week that could have sent this team over the edge they came a played hard and smart Sunday. Coaches did a great job this week.

    If I recall, no false start or holding penaltys on the offensive line.
    We did have a holding call on a run play which I thought was strange, but over all the O line did a nice job. I thought Sam had some nice pockets to step up and throw today.

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    Re: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

    Quinn was out there a few times and probably looking for some flags because there were a couple of plays where the OT had a death grip on him from behind and those usually get called.

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