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G08

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  1. 5.8 yards per attempt! I mean Jesus Christ.
  2. I feel like you and I are the only ones that are seeing the games this way.
  3. I also don't agree with this for the sheer fact that Mitch could actually move around and make plays with his legs.
  4. I don't understand how you can say this with a straight face.
  5. 152 passing attempts: 62.5%, 878 yards, 6 TDs, 4 INTs, 5.8 YPA (yuck), 80.4 rating Do people think this is good? Honest question, no sarcasm or hidden agenda behind the question.
  6. Nagy and Pace aren't going anywhere... even if we go 8-8.
  7. It really doesn't... very bizarre feeling season for me.
  8. Yeah we have to remember Foles has never started in more than 11 games in his career. I hope that trend changes here, but we shouldn't cut off our nose to spite our face.
  9. Agreed. Who would want him at this point and he's going to be a UFA next season anyway...
  10. Panthers are giving up a whopping 5.4 yards per rushing attempt, maybe this is the game where our running game gets healthy again. I think Foles continues to grow in this offense, and while Teddy is playing decent ball I think our "bend but don't break" defense is going to continue its stingy ways (4th in points allowed this season). Bears - 27 Panthers - 20
  11. I think this is where the wheels start to come off. Nagy predictably abandons the run and Foles can't complete accurate passes/Anthony Miller does what he does and drops more passes. No fans in the stadium but the boos are felt. Maybe a takeaway or two, but nothing special, likely one gets called back for a bull**** "roughing the passer" call. Bland game from a boring team. Bucs - 27 Bears - 17
  12. G08

    Fire Pace

    Is it possible that this offensive system is broken UNLESS Andy Reid is coaching it? Carson Wentz's career numbers in this scheme: 60 starts, 63.6%, 15,121 yards, 101 TDs, 42 INTs, 6.8 YPA, 90.8 rating Mitch Trubisky: 32 starts, 64.3%, 6,921 yards, 47 TDs, 25 INTs, 6.7 YPA, 88.6 rating Kind of weird, no?
  13. He can draft a kid and let him 'learn' under Foles, which will ostensibly buy Pace and Nagy more of our stupid time.
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