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Old 01-30-2013, 08:05 AM   #76
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Highly doubtful.

44 seconds on the clock, protecting a score on the opponents 30 yard line is NOT a jam situation.
Yeah, i still dont see how Carter did anything wrong.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:12 AM   #77
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Highly doubtful.

44 seconds on the clock, protecting a score on the opponents 30 yard line is NOT a jam situation.
It certainly was a cover your ****ing receiver situation.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:20 AM   #78
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Read more: Ravens WR Jacoby Jones said he "knew" he would shock Broncos - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci...#ixzz2JTNRib4k
This is typical of **** people say once they had success. Like when rich people give bad advice and glorify a chance decision as a cant miss one.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:25 AM   #79
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Forgetting Tony Carter.
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Yeah, i still dont see how Carter did anything wrong.
Well, he definitely didn't finish the play. Jogging after the guy because "Rahim's got it" in that situation was nothing shy of stupid.

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I know it was the vast majority Moore's fault, but if Carter actually runs full out on that play, he would have been in prime location to bat it away or even pick it (based on the ball location)
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:35 AM   #82
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I know it was the vast majority Moore's fault, but if Carter actually runs full out on that play, he would have been in prime location to bat it away or even pick it (based on the ball location)
Or maybe make the tackle after the catch, which would have effectively ended the game if in bounds.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:37 AM   #83
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:44 AM   #84
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I know it was the vast majority Moore's fault, but if Carter actually runs full out on that play, he would have been in prime location to bat it away or even pick it (based on the ball location)
Not saying this is what happened, but here's what I think happened:

I THINK he laid off because he saw Rahim coming in for the easy pick and didn't want one of those blooper reel plays where two defenders take each other out of the play and Jones makes the easy score, not expecting (like the rest of us) Rahim to blow a play middle school kids make.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:53 AM   #86
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Not saying this is what happened, but here's what I think happened:

I THINK he laid off because he saw Rahim coming in for the easy pick and didn't want one of those blooper reel plays where two defenders take each other out of the play and Jones makes the easy score, not expecting (like the rest of us) Rahim to blow a play middle school kids make.
Wouldn't surprise me if that was what went through his mind. Stuck in no man's land a bit, because if he collided with Moore and the ball was still complete, it's his head we would be asking for.
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Well, he definitely didn't finish the play. Jogging after the guy because "Rahim's got it" in that situation was nothing shy of stupid.



Agree.
This is what I assume happened here as well since Rahim camped out like he was about to catch a routine fly ball. Unfortunately, he judged it like the ****ty kid in little league you stick out in right field
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Old 01-30-2013, 12:17 PM   #89
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If you look at the Moore Photoshop thread, Carter is actually walking when the play goes down...a complete lack of intensity, which I've grown used to from watching him the last half of the year.

He'll make one play, and then completely space-out on another.
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Highly doubtful.

44 seconds on the clock, protecting a score on the opponents 30 yard line is NOT a jam situation.
I was thinking the same thing. And bull**** Jacoby Jones knew he would get open....Moore was 30-40 yards downfield from him pre-snap, how would he know Moore wouldn't continue to back pedal once the play started. Just a ****ty day from start to finish. 23 things went Baltimore's way and it still took double OT to beat us. If 22 things go their way we win. Big time shame. I'll go to my grave not being over this game.
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^ comes complete with 2 rounds worth of small school discount
He played good against South Dakota State -- only game I've ever seen of his. Some people think he could go late round two.
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Yes you do jam the wr because you disrupt the route and the sideline is near by so of the wr goes out of bounds he can't catch the ball and with no timeouts the sideline route is the only play for the wr
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There ya go Rev. That's what were looking for...a #1 CB who can run in the 4.3's, has great ball skills, and can be had at #56.

Can he play press-man?
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Yes you do jam the wr because you disrupt the route and the sideline is near by so of the wr goes out of bounds he can't catch the ball and with no timeouts the sideline route is the only play for the wr
No... it's a cushion down. A jam you can get blown off the ball.

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There ya go Rev. That's what were looking for...a #1 CB who can run in the 4.3's, has great ball skills, and can be had at #56.

Can he play press-man?
He can play anything.
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Old 01-30-2013, 04:03 PM   #95
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Yes you do jam the wr because you disrupt the route and the sideline is near by so of the wr goes out of bounds he can't catch the ball and with no timeouts the sideline route is the only play for the wr
You jam a WR more on a timing route, not so much on a "he's sprinting for the endzone" type of situation. On that type of situation you have to leave a cushion because he's going all out and you gotta keep up.
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He can play anything.
Whoa. Watching some video of him now. He's physical, can run with anyone, loves to tackle, and is a playmaker...just needs a little refinement on his technique, which Champ would gladly help him with.
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You jam a WR more on a timing route, not so much on a "he's sprinting for the endzone" type of situation. On that type of situation you have to leave a cushion because he's going all out and you gotta keep up.
Carter is not playing man. He's responisble for a zone.
Keep up with who you have 4- 5 other players supposely playing 30 yards down field.

Denver coaches have told several local reporters Carter was suppose to bump his guy intially off the LOS

Believe what you guys want
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#13 Robert Alford, 5-11, 188, CB, Southeastern Louisiana
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