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    Hats off to Isaac Redman, the OL, and the TEs!

    Isaac is a man, plain and simple. No one can question his effort or passion. He inspires the offensive line with his running style and tenacity. The OL and TEs were lighting people up all night in run blocking. That was a thing of beauty!
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    They all had great games. Need to see some consistency week to week and then we can roll to a 11-5 record and #1 in the AFC North. I'm actually very confident with the offense because I think Haley can call a game and adjust a game to make the consistency more likely to occur by adjusting to and going with what works.
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    Three weeks = three 100 yard rushing performances = three wins

    That's the beginning of consistency...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapstick View Post
    Three weeks = three 100 yard rushing performances = three wins

    That's the beginning of consistency...
    That's an Off Coord who knows how to call a game to keep opponents off balance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    That's an Off Coord who knows how to call a game to keep opponents off balance.
    What about a defensive coordinator who managed to rein in elite talents like A.J. Green, Robert Griffin III, and Eli Manning to the absolute worst performance by each of them this season by a wide margin over the last 3 victories? Is he keeping opponents off balance too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    What about a defensive coordinator who managed to rein in elite talents like A.J. Green, Robert Griffin III, and Eli Manning to the absolute worst performance by each of them this season by a wide margin over the last 3 victories? Is he keeping opponents off balance too?
    did good yesterday once we got aggressive and started sending timmons
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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    What about a defensive coordinator who managed to rein in elite talents like A.J. Green, Robert Griffin III, and Eli Manning to the absolute worst performance by each of them this season by a wide margin over the last 3 victories? Is he keeping opponents off balance too?
    Thankfully, they seem to be getting the rhythm of this thing after some initial growing pains.

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