Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by Max_123, Dec 23, 2020.
Yes, to Detroit
Anyways I just saw that the lions “played” today and I’m glad I have already been drinking before I looked at that score
And also it’s hilarious that someone is using that game as an example of how Brady isn’t washed
we had no coaches and our defense is abysmal. Hardly a high bar to clear lol
What does it even mean to be washed? If someone has a bad game and they’re 35+ I see washed comments. Brady is 43 and threw 36 touchdowns. That shouldn’t be happening I don’t care who his receivers are. He’s a hate-able selfish rich asshole I get it and I hope he loses and retires but he also shouldn’t still be this good
Brady isn't washed lol. I hope the Bucs get bounced before the NFC ship but he's obviously still very good. His deep ball (always maligned as the tell tale sign he's DONE) isn't even that bad.
Le’Veon Bell is washed
very cool start!
Yes the Raiders are my favorite football team, why do you ask?
I hope the Bucs win the Super Bowl for the chaos
Washed means fuck Tom Brady
ahhh an important December game and the Dolphins laying an egg....tale as old as time
Dolphins really don’t want Tua to do anything but throw to the flat.
the problem is they don't really have anyone that can get open down the field
plus Tua has shown he is clearly at his best in shotgun in hurry up, and they havent gone to that at all yet for some reason
giving up 18 yards on a draw on 3rd down lmao
I wish route charts/trees were more easily accessible.
I fucking hate Chan Gailey so much
Dolphins OL hasn't picked up a DL stunt since I was in diapers
I think the Raiders have had one good QB in my lifetime (Gannon)
I don't know what to feel right now
look if you watched this game and can't see that he is calling a different game for Fitzpatrick.....I don't know what to tell you
How many times has he coached Fitz? It's not surprising he can do more with him and that he trusts him more.
This is his sixth season calling plays for Ryan Fitzpatrick*
textbook OPI lmao
Fully extended arm by the receiver is offensive pass interference. Pretty terrible miss by the officials.
Going back to this, Gailey is certainly using way more of the multiple looks you'd see from a true Erhardt-Perkins scheme. Almost looks like a spread offense when Fitz is in.
He's far more conservative with it when Tua's out there. Makes me think that Tua just doesn't have a strong grasp of that playbook just yet, and that's fine because of how weird this offseason was.