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Author Topic: So, who was Harrison calling out? PG article  (Read 355 times)
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Have a cup o' joe.

« on: Oct 05, 2011 at 10:28 »

"Every man needs to do his job, take care of his responsibilities," Harrison fumed after the Houston Texans gouged his defense Sunday. "It's not the scheme, it's not other BS; it's each man doing his job, and, right now, every man is not doing his job, period."

So, who is he talking about?  Speculation?  Is the Woodmeister not holding his own?  Is The Wig freelancing too much?  Who has angered Silverback?

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« Reply #1 on: Oct 05, 2011 at 10:56 »

At this point, I'd say the secondary is playing above expectation and the front 7 below.

Ike: A.
Lewis: B+.
Gay: B
Troy: B
Clark: B

The front 7 isn't able to win their assignments consistently.  The DL do not stack, shed, move down the line: they get snared in a tar pit, pushed backwards, and in the case of Hampton, sometimes wind up on their asses.  No gaps for the ILB to shoot, and the ILB are too often out of position (Timmons) or too fucking slow to cover anyone who's not on crutches (Farrior, Foote).  Woodley's getting beaten on single, not double coverage.  The only guy of the front 7 who's showing me some hustle and a modicum of success will be out for the next 4-6 weeks with a busted orbital.

Harrison: B+
Hood: C
Timmons: C-
Keisel: D
Hampton: D
Smith: D
Foote: D
Farrior: F
Heyward: Inc.

Out of my mind on Saturday night...
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