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Look, when you play an offense as good as the 80s 49ers...

Posted: 09/23/2013 8:06 AM

Look, when you play an offense as good as the 80s 49ers... 


it's tough.  I mean, this Titan offense is...

Oops.  That's right.  My mistake.  Wrong excuse there.  Sorry, I'm trying to find a good one rolleyes.

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Posted: 09/23/2013 8:40 AM

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Still in shock over the D package that was in on that last play. I see Weddle covering a TE over the middle and the freakin CB all alone deep.

There isnt a highschool coach in America that would be caught in that coverage in that situation.

They had NO TIMEOUTS COACH.
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Posted: 09/23/2013 8:44 AM

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LightEmUp1 wrote: Still in shock over the D package that was in on that last play. I see Weddle covering a TE over the middle and the freakin CB all alone deep.

There isnt a highschool coach in America that would be caught in that coverage in that situation.

They had NO TIMEOUTS COACH.
Thought the same thing! Did the Chargers have a time out to burn in that situation? Might have been worth calling one to remind players of their responsibilities. CB that blew coverage just was signed this past week. Where was Weddle? Covering a tight end but not helping a new corner with a huge, fast WR in Hunter? Geebus Toast! Who is running this defense? Norv Freakin Turner!!! Sorry, I use his name as a stress release valve.

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Posted: 09/23/2013 8:52 AM

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If I'm Acee or anyone else over at the UT, I am bringing up that play, that coverage and demanding why it was called and what they were thinking. 

And it better be good. 

You can rarely say a single play cost a team a game. That play did!


Chargerhonk wrote:
LightEmUp1 wrote: Still in shock over the D package that was in on that last play. I see Weddle covering a TE over the middle and the freakin CB all alone deep.

There isnt a highschool coach in America that would be caught in that coverage in that situation.

They had NO TIMEOUTS COACH.
Thought the same thing! Did the Chargers have a time out to burn in that situation? Might have been worth calling one to remind players of their responsibilities. CB that blew coverage just was signed this past week. Where was Weddle? Covering a tight end but not helping a new corner with a huge, fast WR in Hunter? Geebus Toast! Who is running this defense? Norv Freakin Turner!!! Sorry, I use his name as a stress release valve.
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Posted: 09/23/2013 8:57 AM

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I know it's only been 3 games so far, but D-coordinator Pagano has to be a bit on the so called "hot seat" right now! It's kinda sad because he's been a good coach and a likeable guy. They just don't seem to have the players right now. There is a big drop-off talent wise after Eric Weddle. Jury is still out on Wright and Gilchrist. And I hope this kid Williams from Cal can bounce back for next season.

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Still in shock over the D package that was in on that last play. I see Weddle covering a TE over the middle and the freakin CB all alone deep.

There isnt a highschool coach in America that would be caught in that coverage in that situation.

They had NO TIMEOUTS COACH.

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Posted: 09/23/2013 9:11 AM

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Definitely on the hot seat but how do all those other guys wearing powder blue polos not see the play unfolding pre-snap and get in coaches ear? 

I gotta laugh, but it makes me think of all those football movies where the players know the play coach just called isnt going to work so they call their own play. Telling me Weddle the great or anyone else on that D didnt know how vulnerable their CB was going to be? 

How does coach not see it and call timeout?


Boltsbacker wrote: I know it's only been 3 games so far, but D-coordinator Pagano has to be a bit on the so called "hot seat" right now! It's kinda sad because he's been a good coach and a likeable guy. They just don't seem to have the players right now. There is a big drop-off talent wise after Eric Weddle. Jury is still out on Wright and Gilchrist. And I hope this kid Williams from Cal can bounce back for next season.

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Still in shock over the D package that was in on that last play. I see Weddle covering a TE over the middle and the freakin CB all alone deep.

There isnt a highschool coach in America that would be caught in that coverage in that situation.

They had NO TIMEOUTS COACH.

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Posted: 09/23/2013 9:35 AM

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LightEmUp1 wrote: Still in shock over the D package that was in on that last play. I see Weddle covering a TE over the middle and the freakin CB all alone deep.

There isnt a highschool coach in America that would be caught in that coverage in that situation.

They had NO TIMEOUTS COACH.

Another head scratcher about that is that McCoy was on the team that had almost the exact same thing put them out of the playoffs just a few months earlier.  Granted, he had nothing to do with that part of that team, but still...

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Posted: 09/23/2013 9:42 AM

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The much, MUCH bigger problem in this game is that they made a very poor NFL caliber quarterback in Locker look like Johnny Freakin' Unitas FOR THE ENTIRE GAME.  It was hardly just that last play, or drive even.

For the first 2 weeks, OK.  They played 2 good offenses, with some big time play makers, and a still incomplete collection of talent with which to try to defend them.  Some understanding was afforded.

Not any more.  This is just downright pathetic.

And it's still going to end up, at some point down the road, all Rivers's fault this year.

Again rolleyes.

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Posted: 09/23/2013 10:27 AM

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Seriously. 

Get this. 

Raider fan out in the warehouse, walks up to me and says "Who was that QB for the Titans, he looked good"

bangheaddisbeliefbanghead
88Unbeatable82 wrote: The much, MUCH bigger problem in this game is that they made a very poor NFL caliber quarterback in Locker look like Johnny Freakin' Unitas FOR THE ENTIRE GAME.  It was hardly just that last play, or drive even.

For the first 2 weeks, OK.  They played 2 good offenses, with some big time play makers, and a still incomplete collection of talent with which to try to defend them.  Some understanding was afforded.

Not any more.  This is just downright pathetic.

And it's still going to end up, at some point down the road, all Rivers's fault this year.

Again rolleyes.
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Posted: 09/23/2013 12:02 PM

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Damndisbelief U hit him in his mouthpirate?
LightEmUp1 wrote: Seriously. 

Get this. 

Raider fan out in the warehouse, walks up to me and says "Who was that QB for the Titans, he looked good"

bangheaddisbeliefbanghead
88Unbeatable82 wrote: The much, MUCH bigger problem in this game is that they made a very poor NFL caliber quarterback in Locker look like Johnny Freakin' Unitas FOR THE ENTIRE GAME.  It was hardly just that last play, or drive even.

For the first 2 weeks, OK.  They played 2 good offenses, with some big time play makers, and a still incomplete collection of talent with which to try to defend them.  Some understanding was afforded.

Not any more.  This is just downright pathetic.

And it's still going to end up, at some point down the road, all Rivers's fault this year.

Again rolleyes.
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Posted: 09/23/2013 1:36 PM

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even NFL Blitz mentioned the offensive PI that should've been called

I'm surprised no one here is mentioning that it was an obvious push off, when are the officials ever gonna get it right?

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Posted: 09/23/2013 1:44 PM

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kiwibolt wrote: even NFL Blitz mentioned the offensive PI that should've been called

I'm surprised no one here is mentioning that it was an obvious push off, when are the officials ever gonna get it right?
You see the receiver push the CB in the back and then jump up for the ball. It wasn't necessarily blatant but it was obvious. But that's the problem with refs, when the game is on the line, with seconds to go, they eat the whistle many times, so you can't count on them getting it right...which once again comes to coaching! Coach the players how to deal with these situations and how to position themselves and hand check. This CB was just off the streets, so you can't blame the coaches 100% for that but you can blame them for NOT helping this CB out with some double coverage...Where was Weddle?????

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Posted: 09/23/2013 2:35 PM

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No haha. We have fun with each others teams. Its pretty weird how we are relating to each other now. redface

The sad part was, he was being totally serious and curious. Thought the QB was new stud out of nowhere. 

Timithy1 wrote: Damndisbelief U hit him in his mouthpirate?
LightEmUp1 wrote: Seriously. 

Get this. 

Raider fan out in the warehouse, walks up to me and says "Who was that QB for the Titans, he looked good"

bangheaddisbeliefbanghead
88Unbeatable82 wrote: The much, MUCH bigger problem in this game is that they made a very poor NFL caliber quarterback in Locker look like Johnny Freakin' Unitas FOR THE ENTIRE GAME.  It was hardly just that last play, or drive even.

For the first 2 weeks, OK.  They played 2 good offenses, with some big time play makers, and a still incomplete collection of talent with which to try to defend them.  Some understanding was afforded.

Not any more.  This is just downright pathetic.

And it's still going to end up, at some point down the road, all Rivers's fault this year.

Again rolleyes.
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Posted: 09/23/2013 2:37 PM

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There was a pushoff, but I didnt think it was enough to warrant a flag at that stage of the game. 

Of course if we were on Offense they would have called it, so what do I know. 

kiwibolt wrote: even NFL Blitz mentioned the offensive PI that should've been called

I'm surprised no one here is mentioning that it was an obvious push off, when are the officials ever gonna get it right?
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Posted: 09/23/2013 3:57 PM

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Chargerhonk wrote:
kiwibolt wrote: even NFL Blitz mentioned the offensive PI that should've been called

I'm surprised no one here is mentioning that it was an obvious push off, when are the officials ever gonna get it right?
You see the receiver push the CB in the back and then jump up for the ball. It wasn't necessarily blatant but it was obvious. But that's the problem with refs, when the game is on the line, with seconds to go, they eat the whistle many times, so you can't count on them getting it right...which once again comes to coaching! Coach the players how to deal with these situations and how to position themselves and hand check. This CB was just off the streets, so you can't blame the coaches 100% for that but you can blame them for NOT helping this CB out with some double coverage...Where was Weddle?????

Actually, the refs were in some very bizarre state of "call all pass related offenses between the Gs, but don't call ANY in the end zones" the whole game.  And don't think for a second that the Bolts were the only ones to get jobbed by it.  The first two blatant non-calls in the end zones were when Cox and Weddle each interfered on separate potential TD passes for the Titans.  The 3rd I saw was when a Bolt receiver (I don't remember which one) had his jersey clearly held in the end zone prior to a pass.  And the 4th was the offensive pass interference on the winning score that everyone is talking about.

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Posted: 09/23/2013 10:43 PM

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I feel like our new coach is a younger version of Mary Chokenheimer. frown
Two words: Offensive Line!
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Posted: 09/24/2013 10:20 AM

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Hope so. Marty took a losing Bolts team and turned it into a winner.

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Posted: 09/30/2013 2:27 AM

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Do you still feel like our coach is a younger version of another coach you hated for winning? 

Or do you want to slurp Norv/AJ/Dean like you did for most of the last four years? 

14-2. 
chargers4life wrote: I feel like our new coach is a younger version of Mary Chokenheimer. frown

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