That's a loser's mentality. You always want to win. Draft is always a crapshoot. Win now, rebuilding the winning foundation and get a DE or 2 in free agency. (Derrick Morgan)
Trufant will have Benjamin in man-to-coverage. Lowery will have Greg Olsen. Cam's main -- and some people thing -- his only 2 targets.
Yes, Julio will be playing. Steven Jackson, were don't expect him to play.
Yes, I can look up the screen pass analytics. They were not successful last time against Carolina.
Ends will have to take the QB. Hit him on every option. LBs must stuff the RB. Stewart.
I don't think so. Different proposition for Cam. They have to stay in their lanes and keep him in the pocket.
Hello Everyone. Fire those questions.
See y'all next week for the season finale!!!!
Falcons 42, Saints 39 in shootout!
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Coach Jim Caldwell is doing a nice job with the Lions, but the lack of a running game will hurt in them playoffs. Also, Matthew Stafford must continue to play smart football.
Offensive and defensive lineman.
I think so. They have to move on from that debacle. Arizona is a pretty tough team.
I'm not sure they can make the playoffs. They haven't beat a team with a winning record since they beat Seattle in the 2012 playoffs. They must play three straight teams with winning records in Arizona, Green Bay and Pittsburgh..
Here's what Julio Jones had to say:
Jones remembers all of matches with Peterson.
“From my record, the only thing I can remember is, I won three and lost one," Jones said. "I whipped him twice in college and I lost one time in college and I won the one time in the NFL. That’s the only thing I can remember. So, you can take that any kind of way.
“I’m not really big on talking because it’s a team game. At the end of the day, you have to get the W.”
He did yesterday. Let me dig out the quotes for you.
Julio Jones and Patrick Peterson have had some good battles in the past. Jones says he's 3-1 in their matchup. Not that he's counting or anything.
They have been steady, but the coaches didn't want to run the ball on third and 2 with the game on the line last week against a team that was giving up 142.1 yards per game.