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Breesus
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re: Cam Jordan (appreciation thread)

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I think you could see the good and bad in that.


Definitely. That's one of the reasons i like Spags. Once the players can really grip and understand his system it'll flourish. You can see some really nice sparks here and there right now. When that fire catches, itll be a hell of a thing to watch.


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Fox Mulder
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I heard during a broadcast that Roman Harper stated that Spags system left a lot of the decision making on the player, wHere as GW system was black and white in terms of responsibility. I think you could see the good and bad in that.


There was one play where RH looked confused whether to blitz or cover Celek (he blitzed and celek was wide open) luckily there was a false start penalty


Breesus
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There was one play where RH looked confused whether to blitz or cover Celek


He is also one of the best defenders on the field this year. I think he is picking up Spags system better than almost anyone.
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THRILLHO
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re: Cam Jordan (appreciation thread)
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I heard during a broadcast that Roman Harper stated that Spags system left a lot of the decision making on the player, wHere as GW system was black and white in terms of responsibility. I think you could see the good and bad in that.



Must have been what happened on the Ronbinson blitz on the TD.


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Fox Mulder
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re: Cam Jordan (appreciation thread)
I think he played very well on Monday night. I just remember that play when I read paddy's post. T the time I was thinking he didn't know the assignment. Makes sense now
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Kamtheman106
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re: Cam Jordan (appreciation thread)
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i gave up being upset around week 3. There is just too much insnae crap on and off the field to get upset about this circus.


Exactly. It's unprecedented circumstances for an NFL season.


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Tez has had some nice highlights.


I always want me some more Tez. His speed is amazing. It's such a shame that sack was called back.


Breesus
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It's such a shame that sack was called back.


MNF games are the best to watch because Gruden is the best commentator in the biz. He was ripping the refs for that helmet to helmet call and that catch challenge.


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kingbob
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The worst offensive line in the NFL will do that to ya.


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moneyg
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He played like an elite pass rusher last night.


He very well may be improving dramatically, but the game against Philadelphia wasn't reflective of the talent he will normally face.


TutHillTiger
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re: Cam Jordan (appreciation thread)
I still think he is a DT and not a DE but he is getting better either way. He is a great kid and really realy funny. I hope he has a long career here at either spot.


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