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    Don't sweat it... it was shameful before that.
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    Make everyone lay back down where they were, and then wind the clock
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    Got done with the film myself, some brief blurbs of my thoughts: DEFENSE: - Absolutely fantastic run fits all game long. This was total night and day from this defense playing Zeke and that OL last year. Zeke had 36 yards on two carries, one we had 10 men on the field and they exploited that. Josh Jones runs off before the snap for some reason and that gave them a hat for a hat on a toss play, Jones would've been the free man. The other was an 11 yard run where Perry jumped off sides and essentially quit on the play, he was 6 yards downfield and Zeke just ran through the gap he created by being an idiot. Other than those blunders (both on back to back plays) we held Zeke to 80 yards on 27 carried for less than 3 YPC. Daniels and Clark are truly becoming an elite combo, and Martinez and Ryan aren't rookies anymore, they are starting to "see it". Last years run D was a but of fools gold, this group has a legit shot to be top 5. - Props to Dallas for their gameplan in the pass game. They knew how amped up we'd be to stop Zeke. I'd say 75% of their pass game involved some kind of run formation/blocking scheme or PA which sucked in the LBs, and they just replaced them with Beasely or Witten and got their 7 yards. Nothing came open deep, they were truly happy to take 5-7 yards all game and it worked. -Rollins got a lot of hate (the guy cant cover Beasely, but was totally fine on Williams/Butler) but he had the defensive play of the game. Williams WR screen on 3rd and 12 was a TD, they had Tyron Smith and Cooper out in space with only Rollins as the unblocked player. Rollins dives right through the tiny gap around waist high, splits them, and gets enough of Williams for it to be 4th and 2. Otherwise it's 28-15 with 8 mins left in the 3rd. Who knows how the game turns out then? Say what you want about Rollins, the guy is fearless, he stuck his nose in there 1-1 with Elliot multiple times and is the only effective blitzer we have at DB. They need to find ways to get him on the field, while not putting him up against the teams quickest slot guy. -Hawkins can cover. So can Randall. Both their issues are the double move. -Josh Jones looked like a rookie, this wasn't a step in the right direction for him. -King got hurt on the Dez slant, I'm not expert but it didn't looks severe. I'd say he'll have a chance this week. His play to open the game on Elliot was beautiful. -We played 4-3 in the second half with Clay as the extra LB. He was excellent. He had a phenomenal play on a toss where he took out the TE, and as Dallas pulled 2 OL, he took both of them out as well and someone else came in and cleaned up the play for no gain. Really strong game for Clay. -Perry is awful at guessing the snap count, he needs to stop. He might lead the NFL in offsides so far. -The wide open Cole Beasely play on the 2nd to last play of the game is on Marwin Evans. They have HHCD, Evans, Randall, House back deep in quarters. Evans runs 20 yards upfield to cover a 5 yard hitch by Jason Witten with 11 seconds left and 75 yards to go. Beasely finds the soft spot in the zone from Evans vacating. One of the most inexplicable things I've ever seen on tape. OFFENSE: -The usual suspects were great, Aaron, Jordy, Adams all were excellent. -Corey Linsley botched the 3rd and 1 where Rodgers was pissed (we went for it on 4th and 1 the next play). In 5 games I think I've seen Rodgers cuss out Linsley more than in all the other seasons of his career. David Irving simply owned him. Safe to say he's not doing himself any favors in contract negotiating. - After years of watching Finley, Rodgers and Cook block, Martellus looks like the a combo of Walter Jones and Orlando Pace out there. He hit Tyrone Crawford so hard on a play that Crawford flew into Jahri Evans and they both went down. Thats over 600 pounds of man. He owned Demarcus Lawrence in both run blocking and max protect pass blocks. If Taylor went down, I legit think Bennett would probably be a better option at LT than Ulrick John lol. He's such a weapon as a blocker. It's time to reward him with some targets, I don't know why Aaron is afraid to give him that 50/50 ball, but it's there all game long. -The goal line 3rd and 1 we ran a pick play with Allison and Bennett, worked perfectly, Allison was molested, no flag. Kicked a FG to give us 15. Legit gripe there, awful no call. - Aaron Jones can play. Can't wait to see more, as well as getting him involved on pass downs. - 4th and 1 call was an interesting design. I wonder if it was an option play depending on the coverage? Cobb comes across the field for a jet sweep and because it was man the CB comes with and it opens the play up beautifully for the pitch. If it was zone, the CB stays there and Jones would've gotten blown up, does Rodgers give the ball to Cobb then? Guess we'll never know, but if so that's a cool concept. You hear of option routes in a pass play all the time, option play in the run game is a rare concept, but in certain situations like that, would be a cool idea.
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    Eh, eventually packer fans have to know what it’s like to not have a HOF qb.
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    Nobody is thinking outside the box:
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    You would think Cam, a black man trying to play a position dominated by Caucasians, could sympathize with a woman trying to make a career in a field dominated by men. I don't get a "Cam is a misogynist" vibe from this as much as I get up a straight up "Cam is an idiot" vibe.
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    A 5 yard penalty giving an automatic first down on 3rd and 15.
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    Adams reportedly has feeling in all his extremities.
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    A lot of time spent impatiently waiting for the ball to get snapped. Live and in Madden.
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    Earning the respect from players around the league and in your own building sometimes is more important that a late round draft pick when youre trying to establish a culture.
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    How is it being blown out of proportion? No one has suggested boycotting, burning his jersey, trying to get him suspended. Just pointing out that he was disrespectful and should apologize. i hate political correctness as much as anyone. But going around treating people with no respect for no reason doesn't make you a crusader against PC culture. It just makes you an A-hole
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    anyone who played Madden in their younger days knows the answer is MIKE ALSTOTT!
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    Tony Romo. He's the best commentator we've got right now.
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    Bradford is always wincing and gimpy. If he wasn't in the NFL he'd be getting bullied at an office job.
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    Me waiting on this "haul" to win a game
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    I bet he will. He'll even be able to spell it out using sentences to clarify the letter. C as in Cam Newton A as in Always great to be Cam Newton M as in My God can you believe we just met Cam Newton *space* N as in Never fear when Cam is here E as in Everyone wants to be the great Cam Newton. W as in Wish I may, wish I might, I wish I could meet Cam Newton tonight T as in Today I will thank the Lord for sending us Cam Newton, and then Cam Newton for agreeing to be alive. O as in Oh my God, did you know Cam Newton invented the Laws of Gravity? N as in Never forget the Great Cam Newton's name peasant.
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    I'd prefer they do away with TNF altogether. The product is horrible and awful for players. Having to play 4 days after a game is nothing but a selfish acquisitive move and completely hypocritical to the NFL's supposed new mantra of player safety.
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    Nice we have a cool guy on our hands.
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    if it's a barrel of rum, you can get just about anything from Rags' team
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    You're a part of the problem and should be ashamed
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    Welcome to TITANS week! Where Sashi and Paul are always on iceberg watch First of all, screw you guys for taking the earlier weeks! It's hard to get up for this thing when you feel like... The Texans beat us like... Yet, I persevere, finding the bright side of life. Or at least a death-defying blood-alcohol level. So...The Titans ...mythical monsters or a football team, doesn't matter They have no QB and an average defense, so we should get thoroughly crushed. The only plus on our team has been the run-defense, which means they'll probably run allover us. Sorry! I forgot...bright side. Danny's balling like only he can, crushing the run! Kirksey is legit! Duke is THE WEAPON These athletic freaks have all the potential in the world! And don't forget our future HOF'er So, until we wake up this spring to OUR DAY ...and our 4.5 million draft picks Have a drink maybe some pancakes and get happy! Never let go guys!
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    I recommend do nothing... Instead, let's ride this bad boy until the wheels fall off.
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    If Rodgers didn't get injured I doubt people would call that hit illegal.
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    We get posts like this at least twice a year. When will people realize geography is only part of the equation. Historical rivalries matter. Natural rivalries from some shared history matter. Get over it.
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    Doesn't make it appropriate or ok.
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    Some additional stuff, this time courtesy of Brian Baldinger(with commentary in video)
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    Doesn't matter. You can't out tank the Browns. Can't be done.
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    Here we go again... Gettin' married today!!
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    Oh God. You sound like my mom, dad, sister, uncle, ex GF, neighbor, other ex GF, and pastor now
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    Considering how poorly he's been passing the ball, she probably knows more about routes than he does.
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    Didn't read most of it, but it looks pretty solid. Gifs, underlined words, larger fonts, links, bold text, etc.. Good stuff.
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    ((((****LONG POST ALERT****......And yes...it's trash....))) It's been a rough week for us (what else is new). ------------------------- A lot of my guarded optimism was blown to pieces by a bad performance by our "future" QB (wait a minute...WTF.. you're telling me now he has reoccurring migraine issues...why...just why...). Enough of that. I've put on a calm demeanor in front of family and friends alike....citing a rookie QB stat here and a "but great QBs struggled as rookies" there.... But beyond the false face of calm...the reality is that deep down inside I feel like eventually something's coming....a dark force...none other than Jimmy Has(no no no...suppress it)...something bad I dare not speak. Lucky for me and a few of the homies, this weekends events have spiraled us into an unexpected journey toward the sacred, elusive, mysterious, and what some have called "mythical" Browns Fan Zen & Enlightenment that was once known to many of our brethren and sistren during a forgotten, distant time. It started when a few of my friends and I on a three-way call decided to let go for the rest of the season and envision our inner Browns spirit (the one that's been imprisoned by perpetual misery, disappointment, false hopes, and insanity) hovering over tranquil and serene waters... able to roam free in the deep horizon of eternal football fan peace and bliss... Behold!!! The power of our newfound Browns Fan Zen.....Let Go!... and Join us my fellow FF'ers!...The Peace you desire Awaits you!!! ------------------------------------------------------- But before achieving the freedom of this enlightenment...let's go back...game day and the following days were a little rough.. SUNDAY: On the outside....I was calm On the inside...First....a complete drunken mess.. Then....just miserably lost... --------------------------------- THEN CAME MONDAY: Monday Morning: Starting to rationalize and warm to acceptance of Browns misery... Monday Afternoon: Full Acceptance achieved... Monday Evening after work: Total Emotional & Psychological Relapse... Monday Night right before bed: The Sweet bliss of complete denial... ------------------------------------------- TUESDAY: Tuesday Morning: The Surprising Relief of remembering our next opponents (Colts, Bengals, Jets, Texans) and that we also play the Jags, Chargers, and Bears at some point later in the year. Tuesday Afternoon: More comfort knowing that the Texans still have a shot of getting us a top 5 pick. Tuesday Evening after work: A dark force returns when a hidden, suppressed memory box in my mind begins to open itself.... ....AAHHHH...it's Jimmy Haslam!!!!! The suppressed and unwanted thought jumps to the front of my mind...thoughts about what events might be set in motion if we start losing some of these games...panic begins to grip me when a certain image flashes in my mind... Unsettled...the darkness set in... BANG!!!! Another terrifying image.... Then flashing in my mind is me seeing myself and my reaction in the future mere moments after reading the Cleveland Plain Dealer Headline: Jimmy Sends Hue to 'The Lake' & Promises the Process Will be Right the Next Time -- By Mary Kay Cabot.. ---The Frustration and Madness Starts to set in...then out of nowhere.... .......out of nowhere..my friend calls me on the car ride home from work...a three-way call is started with another...Browns talk is had...and before we all knew it...a deep and ancient peace washes over us...We've Let Go and transcended into the sweet embrace of Browns Zen...and even though everything is burning around us...all is right with the Browns and the world.... DEEP BREATH IN....(CHANTING; Slowly and Melodic)..."BROWNS FAN SPIRIT BE FREE...WE WILL WIN IN WEEK 3....NO MORE MISEEERRRYYY...." DEEP BREATH OUT...(CHANTING)..."NO MORE SH**TY TEAMS...F--1 AND 15...JOSH GORDON PLEASE SAY NO TO THE GREEEENNNN..." BREATH IN...BREATH OUT...(CHANTING)..."SAM DARNOLD PLEASE HELP...IF JIMMY FIRES HUE HE CAN GO **** HIMSELLLFFFFFF" ...AND just like that...the eternal state of Browns Fan Enlightenment was achieved for all of us...now we are at peace... --------------------------- With the Enlightenment Achieved....suddenly...no thought of Jacoby Brissett or the Colts...or Jimmy Haslam or any negativity can get to me... With utter peace achieved through the practice of collective Browns Fan Misery Transcendence there's no attack that can faze us .... Now, for the rest of the season...I am at ease with the thought that we are already champions...conquering heroes returned to the adulation and praise of our peoples...we are the heroes we've been waiting for our entire lives.... ..."And you know what...not only are we going to win in Indianapolis...Tom Harkin...We're going to Cincinnati......to New York...to Houston...to Tennessee...to Minnesota, Detroit, Jacksonville...and other places....THEN LATER IN THE SEASON WE'RE GOING TO GO TO BIG BEN'S HOUSE.......... -------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------- The GAME; The FACE-OFF --- Game Thoughts & Predictions: Basic Overall Game Thoughts: The Colts are a team that fights. Chris Ballard did a nice job of adding players with maximum effort and competitive fire like John Simon, Jabaal Sheard, Jacoby Brisset; however, they lack the punching power of supereme talent. This game will be a dog fight for the first half likely seeing us pull away due to a physically imposing running game that finally takes flight midway through the third quarter and continues on as the winning edge in the 4th. Jacoby Brisset is a lot better than people think and is really hard to tackle to the ground and makes plays by extending the play through strength and balance. In college, they called him "mini-big Ben" for his propensity to shrug off tackles in the pocket while making deep downfield throws. He had zero help at NCState but may yet prove to be one of the best backup QBs in the league with QB1 developmental upside. He made the plays to win the game against the Cardinals; however, coaching and clock management sent the game to overtime where they ultimately lost. Frank Gore is surprisingly still running with urgency, power, and burst in close quarters. TY Hilton would be a star on any other team and can amass chunk yardage down the field and all over the place similar to Antonio Brown when given the opportunity. Because the Colts are more uni-dimensional...our offense and defense out powers them on sheer football talent alone after improving focus, execution, and determination after a week of sitting with the bad loss to the Ravens. Score: Browns 28 --- Colts 17 (dog fight and ugly early and in the first half; Browns come on in the third and finish strong). Deshone Kizer's Stats: 22-38 325 yards; 2TDs (2 pass); 2 INTs (Malik Hooker baits Kizer on 1 bad decision; 1 tip off WRs Hands into Malik Hooker's hands for a 2nd INT); 2 sacks (1 on him; 1 on WR) Deshone Kizer's play notes: Deshone struggles again early throwing a pick, but rallies back with a deep middle shot to Njoku who takes it to the house. Still holds onto the ball going into the second half but plays with steady poise and develops chemistry and thus makes big plays with one of the WRs this week. Offensive Highlights: David Njoku will catch 5 passes for 87 yards and a TD. Crowell and OL show signs of life. Kasen Williams makes a nice jump ball catch. Jabrill Peppers takes a punt return to the house. Defensive Highlights: Joe Schobert has a few critical TFLs on short yardage runs. Peppers has 3 PBUs and makes a 3rd down play to shift the momentum back to our offense in a critical shift in the game. Low-lights: Things that will have us concerned going forward WRs still can't get open and finish plays causing Kizer to take some sacks. Kenny Britt talk gets even worse after this game. Pass rush still doesn't have the juice against the colts via the front 4. Sacks come via LB blitzes. Ogbah questions become more prominent after this game. Isaiah Crowell misses some wide open cut backs. The hottakes will be lowlights b/c people will go off the deep end when the score is close if not tied up at half as they don't realize how good Brissett is; how good TY Hilton, Jack Doyle, and Moncrief are at times...and how Frank Gore is still the man defying all logic. -------------------------------------------------------------------------
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    We should all like each others posts as much as we can and hijack the top reputation on footballsfuture lol.
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    They see me haulin They hatin Patrolling they tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Our roster so bad The fans mad They hopin that they gonna catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Police think they can see me haul We bad but dont worry we gon draft em all When you see me haul the writings on the wall And our draft picks suck they bound to fall Ride with a new pick, he like hold up Next to the play-station controller is the browns playbook and cola Put our fans into a coma Girl you ain't know, I'm crazy like trading down Just tryin to draft a QB that aint ginger jesus You could get better personnel decisions from a fetus Laws on haulin you know they hate me Haul turned all the way up until the maximum I can speak for some Eagles fans tryin to jack for some But we drafting' somethin' that we have And um will have a draft pick locked up in the maximum Security cell, our QBs broke Music loud and haulin' slow Twin steady twistin' like hit this dough Police pull up right behind and it's all about the haul Trade down gotta stop this losing GMs change like who is that drafting? This the cleveland browns when we out and haulin' Got draft picks from every city except Seattle but I'm still ain't done haulin' They see me haulin They hatin Patrolling they tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Our QB so bad Eagles fans laugh They hopin that they gonna catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirty Tryin to catch me haulin' dirtyyy
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    please shut us out and win by +30 differential so we get a step closer to our laughable coaches getting fired. with your front 7 being stout against the run i see no way we win unless our D really turns it up and Keenum sh*ts the bed. heres to no injuries and a somewhat entertaining game. skol!
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    He is a mediocre QB who has used his platform to push a false narrative and has proven to be more of a distraction than anything else. Based on talent, yes, he should have a job. This isnt about talent. This is about the distraction he presents and owners not wanting to deal with it. Has has no real case unless there is some damning evidence of it. Him simply not being signed is not evidence of collusion against him. The pros of signing him simply dont outweigh the cons for most teams.
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    Packers - Name doesn't make any real sense Fans are very large Smallest "City" in the NFL Rodgers is very unlikeable to opposing fans Head Coach is completely unapproachable. Way worse that Bill Belichick ESPN and Joe Buck have an unhealthy obsession with them Definitely the worst of all franchises imo
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    This is diving into the run looks which opened things up for GB on their first 2 TD drives. Bennett was a key part in a lot of these looks, and ultimately was a nice piece of the RZ scheme that Mac ran vs Chicago man coverage. The other main concept here was the flat/slant route combo that GB ran to the offensive left side in the red zone. 1-10-GB 49(12:36) 88-T.Montgomery up the middle to CHI 40 for 11 yards (38-A.Amos). Bennett seals the DE, allowing Taylor to get to the 2nd level... and ultimately Taylor tackles Ty by accident. (same play) Nice hole here on the cutback after 52 beats Evans inside blowing up the playside. 1-10-CHI 40(11:52) 88-T.Montgomery left end pushed ob at CHI 35 for 5 yards (23-K.Fuller). Bennett lines up in the backfield here, offset to the right. Bennett cuts the backside DT, and actually gets the backside LB as well. Nice block by Jordy on LB Jones makes the play. 2-5-CHI 35(11:15) (Shotgun) 12-A.Rodgers pass short left to 18-R.Cobb to CHI 31 for 4 yards (59-D.Trevathan, 23-K.Fuller). Bennett is open here on a short-intermediate route combo with Cobb, and 59 is already leaning over to Cobb. Poor throw by Rodgers forces cobb to jump to make catch and then he has to make a move and does well to get 4 rather than 1 or 2. 3-1-CHI 31(10:43) 12-A.Rodgers pass short right to 80-M.Bennett to CHI 5 for 26 yards (23-K.Fuller). Play of the game. Single WR set, play action hard fake to williams. Bennett sells it enough, and D!ckrod sells it well also. Defense keys on Kendricks short, and Rodgers nicely hits Bennett for a big gainer. Bennett gets lost in the play action scuffle. 2-5-CHI 5(9:49) (Shotgun) 12-A.Rodgers pass short right to 17-D.Adams for 5 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Bennett motions in to the slot presnap, setting up for route combo with Nelson. Looks like this is an RPO given how the line blocks hard. Ball goes to Adams on other side of field on double slant combo. On left side, Bennett/Nelson running flat/slant combination which could create a rub but didn't really here because of defensive alignment. Good decision by Rodgers to find the right side of the play to attack, and good on Mac for creating two different combos which attack 2 different alignments. Here, Chicago is playing close to the receivers which are on the LOS, and off the others. They aren't switching. Cobb runs into his guy on a slant, and Adams just follows him in. If Chicago was close up on Bennett and off on Jordy, this play creates a rub to that side. 1-3-CHI 3(9:41) (Shotgun) 30-J.Williams left guard to CHI 2 for 1 yard (59-D.Trevathan; 96-A.Hicks). Same basic RPO concept as the Adams TD. Rodgers hands it off. If it were a pass, play is to the right side given no helping safety. Williams gets stoned when McCray gets beat inside. Same Bennett motion from stacked into the slot. Because of defensive alignment here (both CHI dbs playing up tight) Bennett fully walls off BOTH DBs and Nelson would have a walk in TD here: -2-CHI 2(9:03) 12-A.Rodgers pass incomplete short left to 80-M.Bennett. Bennett gets his RZ target. This is a 3 TE 2 RB set on soft play action. Marty runs right into his defender (Deon Bush), and walls him off, putting a direct line between himself and Rodgers. Bennett is clearly "open" in that the defender has no play on the ball. This should be a pitch and catch TD, but the ball is way too safe and way too high. 3-2-CHI 2(8:59) (Shotgun) 12-A.Rodgers pass short middle to 18-R.Cobb for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Up to now, Mac has run that flat/slant combo or a slant/slant combo. Here on 3rd down he goes no back 2x3 set. Rodgers correctly identifies that the DE is going to move out onto Allison who formationally appears uncovered so he looks to the left. Right side is not the look, but it's a variation of the play on which we saw the double slant for Adams' TD. In this case, Allison, the inside WR is going to break out towards the sideline behind the slanters. I'd expect this to be thrown when Jordy is lined up in that spot. Instead, Cobb and Adams fake the slant/flat route combination (which has been the ONLY route combo on the left till now) and it's Cobb who runs the slant after pretending to pick. Chicago bites really hard and 37 Callahan switches onto Adams when he shouldn't. No one covers Cobb, easy TD.
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    Plenty of arrogant punks from affluent neighborhoods as well.
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