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#30 : January 29, 2007, 11:40:57 PM

The players would be very interested in knowing where the indoor facilities are.
I don't get it.

IS it because McNabb can't play in extreme heat?
The idiot Welcome2TBCalvinJ who is hopefully banned by now kept insisting we have an indoor facility.  Read above.

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#31 : January 29, 2007, 11:44:00 PM

Oh, okay.


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#32 : January 29, 2007, 11:46:05 PM

well if mcnabb gets hurt alot with the o line they have in philly, he wont last a couple games in tampa


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#33 : January 29, 2007, 11:46:55 PM

well if mcnabb gets hurt alot with the o line they have in philly, he wont last a couple games in tampa
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#34 : January 29, 2007, 11:47:18 PM

well if mcnabb gets hurt alot with the o line they have in philly, he wont last a couple games in tampa

I'd give McNabb 7 full quarters behind our shaky offensive line.


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#35 : January 29, 2007, 11:49:02 PM

well if mcnabb gets hurt alot with the o line they have in philly, he wont last a couple games in tampa

Some inhabitants of this board think that Phillies O-line is comparable to Tampas, so that argument might be moot.  I think one of McNabbs injuries was one he played through for a while, so he demonstrates a certain level of toughness.  And the knee blowout was just a freak thing.  He wasn't even touched, it just gave way, which always sucks when you see it happening to a guy.  It reduces the quality of the NFL when guys like that go down.  Of course, Jeff Garcia begs to differ...


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#36 : January 29, 2007, 11:54:39 PM

The Iggles offensive line owns the Bucs offensive line. Philly likes to draft talented offensive and defensive lineman, they build their team from the trenches out. That is why Garcia looked so good because, he was surronded by alot of talent. Philly had alot more offensive talent than the Bucs do.


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#37 : January 29, 2007, 11:58:56 PM

The Iggles offensive line owns the Bucs offensive line. Philly likes to draft talented offensive and defensive lineman, they build their team from the trenches out. That is why Garcia looked so good because, he was surronded by alot of talent. Philly had alot more offensive talent than the Bucs do.
Don't tell that to All Da Way.  He would tell you he is a stat god, while bringing up exactly one stat.  The Bucs gave up 5 more sacks than the Eagirls did.

Of course, the Bucs play max protect, two TE schemes, and throw 400 checkdown passes (thanks Grads!), so the numbers he spouts about are not as obvious as one would think...or any one with any sense would think.

The Eagles O-line is a league better than the Bucs.

Period.


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#38 : January 30, 2007, 12:03:51 AM

Boid-I'm right with ya Bro. The Bucs offensive line is like a little league team compared to the Eagirls, major league offensive line. Look how the Eagles offensive line pushed around the Cowboys defense twice, while our offensive line got it's lunch handed to them on Thanksgiving. Is it Bill muir? Is it the blocking scheme?? What would be the use of getting Joe Thomas if Bill Muir is gonna screw him up?


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#39 : January 30, 2007, 12:07:41 AM

Boid-I'm right with ya Bro. The Bucs offensive line is like a little league team compared to the Eagirls, major league offensive line. Look how the Eagles offensive line pushed around the Cowboys defense twice, while our offensive line got it's lunch handed to them on Thanksgiving. Is it Bill muir? Is it the blocking scheme?? What would be the use of getting Joe Thomas if Bill Muir is gonna screw him up?
Well, Muir hasn't been fired yet, and that has me worried.

I agree, Muir is not as relevant as Gruden would think.  Time for a change in my opinion.  I hate thinking Joe Thomas would have to listen to Muir on a daily basis.


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#40 : January 30, 2007, 12:11:20 AM

No offensive coaches got fired. That's a problem.

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#41 : January 30, 2007, 12:12:55 AM

I agree Karen, it would have been a good start to the off season if Muir and the Mann were canned.


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#42 : January 30, 2007, 12:14:49 AM

But they did fire defensive coaches.

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#43 : January 30, 2007, 12:16:29 AM

Karen-The defensive firings I believe were justified, also it seems like the new coaches didn't connect with the players all that well.




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#44 : January 30, 2007, 12:15:40 PM

I also heard the possible rumor of the Bucs trading Clayton and a second round pick for McNabb.
I'd do that in a heartbeat.
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