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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ bronco View Post
    "if you dont worship champ, you dont know football"
    where can I buy my t-shirt?
    worship as in state facts?

    He covered all of the for mentioned players on that list.

    Must not of watched many games last year since you are in Arz. That has to be it then.

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    I have a dog and a cane, I listen to the games on the radio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crash123go View Post
    I'm just so sorry bud. Smh it's a shame. I'm not surprised though your stuck in Arizona so it's hard to know what good football is
    brilliant comment.
    which team was the most rescent to appear in the superbowl?

    now please respond by accusing me of saying the cards are better than the broncos, thats how some of you folks seem to read and respond.
    wait, there's a knock on my door, I think it;'s the fan police, i better call my lawyer steinberg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crash123go View Post
    I'm just so sorry bud. Smh it's a shame. I'm not surprised though your stuck in Arizona so it's hard to know what good football is
    : I may not bee a smart man jenny, but I know what good football is"

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    How many games did you watch last year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ bronco View Post
    brilliant comment.
    which team was the most descent to appear in the superbowl?

    now please respond by accusing me of saying the cards are better than the broncos, thats how some of you folks seem to read and respond.
    wait, there's a knock on my door, I think it;'s the fan police, i better call my lawyer steinberg.
    Man what is your deal???

    And what in the hell does the 08 SB have to do with anything?

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    http://presnapreads.com/2013/06/11/c...nd-perception/

    In Slot:
    Total qualifying plays: 24
    Failed coverages: 6
    Bailey’s success rate: 75%

    Left cornerback:
    Total qualifying plays: 183
    Failed coverages: 33
    Bailey’s success rate: 81.2%

    Right cornerback:
    Total qualifying plays: 128
    Failed coverages: 24
    Bailey’s success rate: 81.3%

    That's at the end of the article, so yes Champ moved all over the field last year
    Last edited by beastlyskronk; 07-17-2013 at 01:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ bronco View Post
    brilliant comment.
    which team was the most rescent to appear in the superbowl?

    now please respond by accusing me of saying the cards are better than the broncos, thats how some of you folks seem to read and respond.
    wait, there's a knock on my door, I think it;'s the fan police, i better call my lawyer steinberg.
    Quote Originally Posted by AZ bronco View Post
    : I may not bee a smart man jenny, but I know what good football is"
    You just need to realize your wrong about your assessment of champ. Is he his 2005 self? No but he's still the 7th best cb in football and shut A LOT of WR down until a game in -5 degree weather where a old mans quads can get tight while he matched up against one of the fastest players in the league. He won't be targeted more then usual and won't receive any more help then usual because he doesn't need it no matter what you think 1/17 games doesn't prove champ will be targeted more

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    Quote Originally Posted by beastlyskronk View Post
    http://presnapreads.com/2013/06/11/c...nd-perception/

    In Slot:
    Total qualifying plays: 24
    Failed coverages: 6
    Bailey’s success rate: 75%

    Left cornerback:
    Total qualifying plays: 183
    Failed coverages: 33
    Bailey’s success rate: 81.2%

    Right cornerback:
    Total qualifying plays: 128
    Failed coverages: 24
    Bailey’s success rate: 81.3%

    That's at the end of the article, so yes Champ moved all over the field last year
    That was a great article. Thanks for the link!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beastlyskronk View Post
    http://presnapreads.com/2013/06/11/c...nd-perception/

    In Slot:
    Total qualifying plays: 24
    Failed coverages: 6
    Bailey’s success rate: 75%

    Left cornerback:
    Total qualifying plays: 183
    Failed coverages: 33
    Bailey’s success rate: 81.2%

    Right cornerback:
    Total qualifying plays: 128
    Failed coverages: 24
    Bailey’s success rate: 81.3%

    That's at the end of the article, so yes Champ moved all over the field last year
    thanks for the facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ bronco View Post
    no this is wrong, chamop always takes the best receiver no matter what and follows him to the bathroom. c'mon, havent you seen champ run across the formation week after week to cover his man in motion?
    ask the champ watchers, champ lives inside the best receivers jersey all game long, and if the guy does catch the ball its only on a bubble screen and champ always tackles him for a loss or strips the ball and recovers it for a touchdown.
    havent you been watching the games?
    You do know champ wears # 24 right?
    If coverage is zone, no one will follow a motion back. If motion changes the strength call, there may be a call to rotate which could be audible or automatic.

    I don't think I've missed a game since about 1965. What about you?

    Is the question about Champ Bailey's number rhetorical, or an attempt at humor?

    BTW, who is chamop? A relative of moptop, perhaps?
    Last edited by samparnell; 07-18-2013 at 07:16 AM.
    "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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    sarcasm, my friend, sarcasm.
    I think our use of champ this season will be different from previous yeats, and it will accentuate our ability to mask our coverages.
    Offenses are now, more than ever, sprteading out, isolating defenders and attacking the weakest link or most favorable match up.
    This thread started out praising our corners, we will need the SAFETIES to be an integral part of defending the field, 3 top corners will simply not get it done!

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