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    U-G-L-Y...They Ain't Got No Alibi.

    Wow.

    Were those two games bad.

    Houston D looked OK, but Dalton and Schaub looked lame-o.

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    Sucks for NBC to get a game with Joe Webb at QB. He's bad. I get why they got him on the roster, he can make plays with his legs, but he's just...bad.
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    And now we know why Ponder was never in danger of been benched when he couldn't throw a pass.

    Unless Justin Smith is back next week, the Pack is going to the NFCCG.
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    Both games were awful. But the Bengals/Texans game at least had a feeling of competitive. I feel so bad for Vikings fans, and I feel even worse for the players. They never had a chance with Joe Webb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwatt View Post
    And now we know why Ponder was never in danger of been benched when he couldn't throw a pass.

    Unless Justin Smith is back next week, the Pack is going to the NFCCG.
    I hope so. I hope if that's the case we're playing Atlanta. I don't think we can handle the ground game of either Washington or Seattle. If Webb was anywhere close to being a good passer, I think we lose that game.
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    biggest issue for the Bengals was only giving BJGE 11 carries when he was averaging 5.7ypc. Reminds me of the Dallas game (the last time they had lost) when he was averaging 7.4ypc and then only got 4 carries in the 4th quarter despite a 9pt lead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    biggest issue for the Bengals was only giving BJGE 11 carries when he was averaging 5.7ypc. Reminds me of the Dallas game (the last time they had lost) when he was averaging 7.4ypc and then only got 4 carries in the 4th quarter despite a 9pt lead.
    That and Daltons inability to hit a throw down the field. 95% of QB's hit that pass to Green. If you want to be a starting QB in this league you have to complete that pass.

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    Yeah Dalton had some ugly deep throws. Schaub looked every bit as bad.
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    I don't understand why we don't run more WR screens with Hawkins. Dude is electric with the ball in his hands. I do think having Sanu back next year will help.

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    The Texans flow to the ball. Not sure if screens would have been effective. The deep plays were there, Dalton/Green didn't execute.
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