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  1. Tyrod getting plenty of 1st team reps in practice........ Technically i guess nobody is getting 1st team reps with the skill position players b/c hardly any of them are practicing. nobody is building chemistry with all the injuries
  2. Hopefully he lasts longer than slubs like Dickerson and Eddie george
  3. Andre saying Matt didn't run things any differently than Case kills kubiaks excuse on the switch.
  4. and Sanu in that Cotchery-esque role seems to always be in the wrong place at the wrong time and take some hellacious hits. like 3x's i thought for sure he was going to be knocked out of the game
  5. for some reason i think only the bengals can #### up marvin's role here. Take lawfirm vs. Gio
  6. i have both Keenum and and Garrett Graham.......very intrigued with this development for Graham.
  7. that part is exactly why i have him stashed. and now not only to open the season but with the other injuries they have had they still haven't placed him on IR while he is still hurt makes me think he isn't just a fringe player. if they don't place him on IR this week with the other minor and significant injuries happening on the team and with those holes to fill just for weekly depth is very interesting to me. they obviously know they will lose him if they try to pass him thru waivers as well Denver has a history of keeping players on the 53-man roster despite knowing they won't contribute at all this season. Just look at Julius Thomas last season- he missed most of the offseason, was recovering from various injuries, and had absolutely no chance of getting much playing time. Denver carried him anyway because they really liked him long-term. Obviously Thomas is justifying that faith this year. There's no way Denver places Anderson on IR at this point, mostly because Anderson is not injured enough to go on IR at this point. Plus, I believe that when you put non-vested players on IR, they get exposed to the waivers system. Denver wouldn't have kept him around only to give him away to another team now. not injured enough? players go IR for suspected ankle tweaks, are injury waived and signed the following week and playing for someone else. JT had a pretty serious high ankle sprain that seemed to take years and had pretty competent TE's ahead of him in Tamme/Dreesen. I don't view Moreno as anything more than replacement level. he can block resonably well and that is it. he can catch footballs but he isn't running complicated route trees and making catches over his head like vereen or a forte. his running skills have all but evaporated
  8. that part is exactly why i have him stashed. and now not only to open the season but with the other injuries they have had they still haven't placed him on IR while he is still hurt makes me think he isn't just a fringe player. if they don't place him on IR this week with the other minor and significant injuries happening on the team and with those holes to fill just for weekly depth is very interesting to me. they obviously know they will lose him if they try to pass him thru waivers as well
  9. only if he was healthy this week. I am pretty certain if he was available we would seen him quite a bit after that Montee fumble into the endzone
  10. He looked good in limited opportunity. To keep a undrafted injured rookie on the 53man roster and cut a useful swiss army knife in lance ball has to mean something. Cecil was crazy for Julius Thomas years ago and injury stunted his ascension. He was also crazy for Jeremiah Johnson and admittedly says cj is much better. Cj is worth a look
  11. ThisMorris can catch and in the preseason this was noted. His 3rd down did rise throughout the year as many rookie rb snaps often do. He didn't catch many passes but as Morris and griffin/cousins evolve I imagine those stats to grow. Don't have numbers but would guess redskins were in bottom 10 if not 5 of pass attempts so his numbers were going to be lower by the lack of sheer volume
  12. I thoroughly enjoyed Mutant League Football. That and the Road Rash series (particularly 1 and 2) were my all-time favorite gamesSame here on all accounts....... don't play video games anymore but if mutant league football was reprised I'd buy it and whatever system tomorrow
  13. Think gruden was explaining it as not poor blitz pickup but more so teams wouldn't have blitzed the same with the sproles threat out of the backfield
  14. Greene and powell looked horrid. Mcknight(who didn't play till 2nd half) was pretty productive