Game #7 AT New Orleans Saints Review

Another typical game this season. Started off really well only to lose by less than a touchdown in the fourth quarter. Leftwich looked much better under pressure than Harrington although Harrington did show some good things while in the game. Still not sure why the coaching staff didn’t challenge the call of Roddy White out of bounds at the 7, he looked like he stayed in to me. Here’s what I saw: Offense: Running game:...

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Game #6 VS New York Giants Review

This game started off promising but went south quickly after the first quarter. There was a glimmer of hope in the third but that was quickly eradicated when the offense went three and out. Really nothing outside of Norwood went right. Here’s what I saw: Offense: Running game: Dunn (8/15), Norwood (6/87, 1 TD) and Harrington (1/1). Effective Runs (4 yards or more)-Dunn, 1; Norwood, 2. Dunn had 2 catches for 13 yards and Norwood...

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Game #5 AT Tennessee Titans Review

Nothing but wasted opportunities and a game where the the o-line reverted back to prior form. Harrington started off okay but the pressure really got to him in the 3rd quarter and you could tell he was rushing throws. Norwood really needs to get more carries and Mughelli needs to be on the field more. The other thing I question is with 1-G on the 1, why not sneak Leftwich 4 straight times? As big as he is, he’s bound to break...

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Game #4 VS Houston Texans Review

Finally, a win! Great showing by the team this week. The offense is continuing to develop. On defense, Lewis Sanders is the weak link and simply not cut out to be a starter. Hopefully, Chris Houston will be ready soon and even if not, I’d almost rather him take his lumps than have Sanders start. Here’s what I saw: Offense: Running game: Dunn (18/62), Norwood (9/29), and Harrington (1/-1). Effective Runs (4 yards or...

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Game #3 VS Carolina Panthers Review

First, I want to apologize for the tardiness of this blog but it was necessary. As for the game, this one was tough to stomach because it was yet another game that you come away with saying we should have won that one. First, the refs blew the second foul on D-Hall plain and simple and it probably caused the third foul. Regardless, D-Hall should have just walked off instead of drawing #3 which would have held Carolina to a long field...

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Game #2 AT Jacksonville Jaguars Review

Unfortunately, this was another frustrating game that boiled down to missed opportunities to put up points, poor protection, bad decisions and at times, bad tackling. All little things but big enough to change the outcome of a game. Here’s what I saw: Offense: Running game: Dunn (13/50, 1 TD), Norwood (9/30), Pinner (1/0) and Harrington (2/2). Effective Runs (4 yards or more)-Dunn, 8; Norwood, 5. Both backs had 1 reception each....

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Game #1 AT Minnesota Vikings Review

This game boiled down to who would make the least amount of mistakes and unfortunately, it wasn’t us. Upon first watch, the game looked like a mess but the second viewing changed that completely. Here’s what I saw: Offense: Running game: Dunn (22/55), Norwood (5/33) and Harrington (1/8). Impact Runs (4 yards or more)-Dunn, 6; Norwood, 2 and Harrington, 1. Dunn also had 4 catches for 26 yards and Norwood had 2 for 24 late...

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Preseason Game 4 vs Baltimore Ravens Review

Many would probably skip this game and get ready for the regular season but this game was important because it foreshadowed a lot of the decisions that were made on cutdown day. Here’s what I saw: Offense: Running game: Norwood (7/11), Snelling (11/50), Vincent (9/22), Ar. Harris (8/18), McIntyre (1/3), Redman (2/0), and Bramlet (2/6). Impact Runs (4 yards or more)-Norwood 1, Snelling 6, Vincent 3, Ar. Harris 2. Best day easily...

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Preseason Game 3 vs Cincinnati Bengals Review

If it wasn’t for such a spotlight on Michael Vick, ESPN’s crew might have actually covered the game. Instead we got a 4 hour long Michael Vick special which included a full hour of Monday Night Countdown. I know the subject had to be covered but how long does it really take to cover a 4 and a half minute apology? At any rate, Here’s what I saw: Offense: Running game: Dunn (6/8), Norwood (9/25), Mughelli (3/9, 1 TD),...

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Preseason Game 2 At Buffalo Bills Review

Some things were better and some were worse in this game. In my Things to work on schedule, I’m going to be a bit more detailed this week. Here’s what I saw: Offense: Running game: Snelling (12/50), Harris (12/33), Redman (4/12), Shockley (3/18), and Mughelli (2/5). 5 of Snelling’s carries went for 4 yards or more. Although he lacks outside speed, I really like Snelling’s drive and determination. I’m...

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