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Just now, The Tick said:

Gotta be easier to defend the pass when you actually look for it coming.  There were like two steps left in the endzone, you'd think he'd plan to turn at some point.

I thought DBs were taught not to look for the ball and to play the WRs eyes?

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1 minute ago, oddsbodkins said:

Same #### against Allison last week too. No awareness.

Doesn't even look bothered when he gets burned. Just whatever. 

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1 minute ago, flapgreen said:

Fuller looking worthless as usual and not earning his contract. Bum

They gave him a lot of money, out of necessity I'm starting to think because we really have no other options and our depth is brutal. He is not a press man coverage guy but those are the passes he needs to defend.

 

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2 minutes ago, Hot Sauce Guy said:

Yeah - that’s not a bad coverage by Fuller, it’s an insane catch by Lockett. 

he never turns his damn head around. I'm just being a salty Bears fan but this is twice in two weeks now.

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Not only was it a drop kick kickoff, he friggin bounced it? 

Wow. 

Now the Bears start the implosion. 

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Just now, flapgreen said:

Doesn't even look bothered when he gets burned. Just whatever. 

Allison did push off more but turn around. You're in the very back corner of the EZ... nowhere else to go.

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1 minute ago, Cowboysfan8 said:

MORE BURTON!!!

LESS AROB !!!!!!!!

There ya go. 

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Just now, Hot Sauce Guy said:

Not only was it a drop kick kickoff, he friggin bounced it

Wow. 

Now the Bears start the implosion. 

That's what a drop kick is.

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Just now, Hawkeye21 said:

I thought DBs were taught not to look for the ball and to play the WRs eyes?

Maybe you are right there, I'd have to admit I'm not a technique expert, but I thought they were supposed to turn at some point.  He was in great position, if he knew that ball was coming don't see how Locket could have got it.

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Once again, Mitch Trubisky is not as fast as Mitch Trubisky thinks he is.

i post this once a week. 

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Just now, The Tick said:

Maybe you are right there, I'd have to admit I'm not a technique expert, but I thought they were supposed to turn at some point.  He was in great position, if he knew that ball was coming don't see how Locket could have got it.

I think it depends on the situation of where you turn your head around. Maybe Fuller thought Lockett had run out of runway in the endzone there, I don't know. That was just a ridiculous pass by Wilson.

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2 minutes ago, oddsbodkins said:

That's what a drop kick is.

I always thought it was dropping it to the foot, no bounce. 

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1 minute ago, pbandy1 said:

I think it depends on the situation of where you turn your head around. Maybe Fuller thought Lockett had run out of runway in the endzone there, I don't know. That was just a ridiculous pass by Wilson.

That was how I saw it. Fuller didn’t need to turn - there were 1.5 steps left in the end zone. 

Just incredible presence of mind to get his feet down and catch that ball. Incredible.!

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Just now, oddsbodkins said:

That would be a punt.

Touché.

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Just now, Hot Sauce Guy said:

Touché.!

You can still attempt a drop kick FG but no one does. I believe Kevin Butler last did so in a preseason game against the Cardinals. 

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2 minutes ago, Elevencents said:

I was confused. Thought that said Burrito :P

Lol

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Just now, oddsbodkins said:

You can still attempt a drop kick FG but no one does. I believe Kevin Butler last did so in a preseason game against the Cardinals. 

They said Doug Flutie did it when their kicker got hurt. 

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Just now, Hawkeye21 said:

They should challenge the spot of the ball.  He didn't get a first down.  Was a half yard short.

Fixed game, pal.

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Just now, Hot Sauce Guy said:

They said Doug Flutie did it when their kicker got hurt. 

Ha! Of course Flutie did it! Pretty much the most Flutie thing ever. 

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Just now, Hot Sauce Guy said:

They said Doug Flutie did it when their kicker got hurt. 

Indeed. Flutie did it in a meaningless spot of the game, unless you were gambling. IIRC, the Pats were up like 27-0 or something. 

I don't recall the kicker being hurt. BB just did it.  

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2 minutes ago, Skeletore Eh said:

I’ve been wrong before, but I don’t think this broadcast crew is gonna work out

That's never stopped ESPN before, damn some of their broadcast teams have been HORRIBLE.

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Just now, rockaction said:

Indeed. Flutie did it in a meaningless spot of the game, unless you were gambling. IIRC, the Pats were up like 27-0 or something. 

I don't recall the kicker being hurt. BB just did it.  

Think it was like his last game or something and he told BB he really wanted to do it and he let him.

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Oops. :unsure:

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