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9 years ago  ::  Nov 15, 2010 - 5:32PM #151
qwik3457
Posts: 11,976

Nov 15, 2010 -- 5:25PM, JonahFalcon wrote:


Speaking of discipline, Nicks ran the wrong route on the 101 yard INT return.


They were trailing 9-3 in the second quarter when Eli Manning moved them to a third-and-goal at the Cowboys' 2. Hakeem Nicks was running a slant, but he broke off the route. Manning threw inside, where Nicks was supposed to be. But he was outside. The ball went right to rookie safety Brian McCann, who went 101 yards the other way to make to 16-3.


Manning had a talk with Nicks. He refused to publicly blame the receiver. All he said was, "We have worked it out."




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...Exactly, and I mean exactly, as I told you yesterday. 


While you were blaming Eli and, somehow, God only knows how, Coughlin, for the"101-yd pick six", I told you that Aiken blamed Nicks for cutting off his route when the defender jumped it, instead of doing what an experienced receiver does in that situation, which is to become, in effect, the defender on the play, and fight for the ball, committing a penalty if necessary to make sure that doesn't happen.


That's not "discipline", or lack of coaching. Players make mistakes in spite of coaching, in spite of all efforts to instill discipline.


As always, when you're proven wrong, you never admit it. Just keep pluckin' that chicken.


 

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9 years ago  ::  Nov 15, 2010 - 5:35PM #152
JonahFalcon
Posts: 25,531

Nov 15, 2010 -- 5:32PM, qwik3457 wrote:


Nov 15, 2010 -- 5:25PM, JonahFalcon wrote:


Speaking of discipline, Nicks ran the wrong route on the 101 yard INT return.


They were trailing 9-3 in the second quarter when Eli Manning moved them to a third-and-goal at the Cowboys' 2. Hakeem Nicks was running a slant, but he broke off the route. Manning threw inside, where Nicks was supposed to be. But he was outside. The ball went right to rookie safety Brian McCann, who went 101 yards the other way to make to 16-3.


Manning had a talk with Nicks. He refused to publicly blame the receiver. All he said was, "We have worked it out."




Read more: www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/gian...


 




...Exactly, and I mean exactly, as I told you yesterday. 


While you were blaming Eli and, somehow, God only knows how, Coughlin, for the"101-yd pick six", I told you that Aiken blamed Nicks for cutting off his route when the defender jumped it, instead of doing what an experienced receiver does in that situation, which is to become, in effect, the defender on the play, and fight for the ball, committing a penalty if necessary to make sure that doesn't happen.


That's not "discipline", or lack of coaching. Players make mistakes in spite of coaching, in spite of all efforts to instill discipline.


As always, when you're proven wrong, you never admit it. Just keep pluckin' that chicken.


 





Didn't blame Eli. Blamed Coughlin. Wasn't in chat, so you told me nothing. 


Another strawman.

9 years ago  ::  Nov 16, 2010 - 12:43AM #153
AJFreeway
Posts: 5,687

Nov 15, 2010 -- 5:35PM, JonahFalcon wrote:


Didn't blame Eli. Blamed Coughlin. Wasn't in chat, so you told me nothing. 


Another strawman.




How in God's name is it Coughlin's fault for Nicks blowing a route?

"There is a fine line between 'extended slump' and 'bad hitter.'"

9 years ago  ::  Nov 16, 2010 - 8:05AM #154
qwik3457
Posts: 11,976

Nov 15, 2010 -- 5:35PM, JonahFalcon wrote:


Nov 15, 2010 -- 5:32PM, qwik3457 wrote:


Nov 15, 2010 -- 5:25PM, JonahFalcon wrote:


Speaking of discipline, Nicks ran the wrong route on the 101 yard INT return.


They were trailing 9-3 in the second quarter when Eli Manning moved them to a third-and-goal at the Cowboys' 2. Hakeem Nicks was running a slant, but he broke off the route. Manning threw inside, where Nicks was supposed to be. But he was outside. The ball went right to rookie safety Brian McCann, who went 101 yards the other way to make to 16-3.


Manning had a talk with Nicks. He refused to publicly blame the receiver. All he said was, "We have worked it out."







...Exactly, and I mean exactly, as I told you yesterday. 


While you were blaming Eli and, somehow, God only knows how, Coughlin, for the"101-yd pick six", I told you that Aiken blamed Nicks for cutting off his route when the defender jumped it, instead of doing what an experienced receiver does in that situation, which is to become, in effect, the defender on the play, and fight for the ball, committing a penalty if necessary to make sure that doesn't happen.


That's not "discipline", or lack of coaching. Players make mistakes in spite of coaching, in spite of all efforts to instill discipline.


As always, when you're proven wrong, you never admit it. Just keep pluckin' that chicken.


 





Didn't blame Eli. Blamed Coughlin. Wasn't in chat, so you told me nothing. 


Another strawman.




You're a liar, and you're delusional.


Right here in this thread, liar.


Go back and read your post #53, followed by mine at #56, followed by yours at #58, followed by mine at #64, capped off by yours at #65.


It's right there for the world to see...


First you at #53:


As I said elsewhere: Falcons, 3rd string QB. 


Giants fall for trap games each and every single time.


I also notice Eli falls utterly apart when he loses his #1 target.


Then, my reply at #56:


Eli, not caring what Jonah thinks of him, now 19-28 for 220+ yards.


Then, you at #58:


Oh, dear. qwik doesn't understand the game of football. Tell me, when a team has a huge deficit, what does the opposing defense tend to do?


How are the rushing yards? Low? Sounds familiar (cough cowboys cough)


How many pick sixes? How many passing TDs?


Then, my reply at #64:


Oh, dear, your post attacked Eli.


My comment criticized your attack, and correctly so.


What does Eli have to do with the rushing yards? Nothing, except the lack of a rushing game makes it more difficult to pass as the offense becomes one-dimensional.


And, as you're aware, as even Buck and Aiken are aware, the pick six was caused by Nicks cutting his route short.


Once again, you're wrong about everything.


Edit: And now, my dinner is here. See you later. If there's a game later.


And, finally, at #65, you acknowledge having seen #64:


qwik, end the pain and say those six words: "You were right, Jonah, about everything."


=====================================


Now, you can go ahead and delete the thread to bury the evidence, as you've done a number of times in the past. Liar.




 

Knowledge is Good -- Emil Faber
9 years ago  ::  Nov 16, 2010 - 4:17PM #155
YanksRule09
Posts: 2,497

LOL where is jonah???????????

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