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    How bad is Kyle Wilson going to be picked on?

    Brady won't miss like Alex Smith did. Hope he hasn't been practicing the finger wave....

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    Good offenses take advantage of anything they can.

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    who's he expected to cover, lloyd? I think he'll probably do an okay job on him. I'd guess that cro would be on welker, he should be quick enough to cover him... I'm not really worried about the WR, it's the TE's and RB's that scare me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utah Jet View Post
    Brady won't miss like Alex Smith did. Hope he hasn't been practicing the finger wave....
    Sorry to go OT on your thread, but have you been to Logan? Almost moving there.(never visited)

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    Did the Patriots suddenly get get some decent recivers outside of Welker and I somehow missed it Lloyd LOL im just ****ing bricks worrying about Brandon ****ing Lloyd

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    Quote Originally Posted by JETSALLDAY24 View Post
    Did the Patriots suddenly get get some decent recivers outside of Welker and I somehow missed it Lloyd LOL im just ****ing bricks worrying about Brandon ****ing Lloyd
    Who was the 49er WR that burned Wilson a few times? That's what I thought.

    If Wilson is on Lloyd, you better be worried.

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    Wilson's idea of a solid play is:

    1. Getting smoked down the sideline before the ball sails out of bounds.

    2. Applying a seatbelt arm tackle after the receiver catches the ball past the first down marker.

    When was the last time Kyle dove or reached out and swatted a ball away like GB rookie Jerron McMillian does on a weekly basis?

    I honestly don't remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detectivekimble View Post
    Who was the 49er WR that burned Wilson a few times? That's what I thought.

    If Wilson is on Lloyd, you better be worried.
    You mean Crabtree a younger faster more explosive version of Lloyd

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    he went up 2 points overall in the last madden roster update so look for him to improve this week

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    If he ain't part of the solution, he's part of the problem...looks like Sunday will be a pretty long day for him...I doubt if he's on the team next year...trade bait for a 5th round pick.

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    I think we may have played a game or two since SF. Maybe you guys should have watched them.

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    Cro will be on Lloyd. Wilson and help on Welker

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdJETSetter View Post
    Sorry to go OT on your thread, but have you been to Logan? Almost moving there.(never visited)
    Been thru there a few times, nice are. Nice canyon drives

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    Huge game for Wilson.

    Haven't paid much attention to him the past two weeks but I think the fact that I didn't notice him much means he probably played well.

    I am sure Wilson/McCourty will be a topic after the game.

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    actually if you watched the key parts of the Seattle-Pat game (Thank you FIOS for the Redzone)

    you hit the nail right on the head in your previous post without knowing it

    Wilson/McCourty (that is the laughably drafted in the second round UDFA Tavon Wilson and McCourty) were the two most toasted and burned of the scorched Pat defensive backfield while the Seahawks rallied for 14 points on long bombs in the fourth quarter to beat the Pats

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    Not giving up on Wilson just yet. Kid can ball and will improve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JETSALLDAY24 View Post
    You mean Crabtree a younger faster more explosive version of Lloyd
    Yeah, Crabtree is really explosive.

    Manningham and Crabtree were taking turns on Wilson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JumbalayaJet View Post
    Not giving up on Wilson just yet. Kid can ball and will improve.
    So after year 8 no more excuses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cant wait View Post
    who's he expected to cover, lloyd? I think he'll probably do an okay job on him. I'd guess that cro would be on welker, he should be quick enough to cover him... I'm not really worried about the WR, it's the TE's and RB's that scare me
    I hope not....Cro doesn't do well with little / shifty WRs...I'd guess Cro will cover the WRs lined up out wide like a Lloyd as opposed to a slot WR like Welker

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    Part of the plan has to be placing Cro on either one of the TE's in key situations. I'd rather one of the lesser playmakers make a play rather than these explosive guys..

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