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    The pick Six

    Anyone watching the game could see the growing confidence the Ravens DBs had with each knockdown of our QB.

    We get a huge, game changing turnover and the ball on the Ravens 30.

    Knowing these DBs are playing aggressive since the line is getting after our QB, why in hell would we call a WR screen, with no one else out there? That route was so easy to jump. If you want to call a pass there, Id rather see a jump ball to plax, at least the downside of that play is an incompletion.

    Schotty doesn't understand in game changes, its beyond clear, and that play call was his whole career in a nutshell.

    Yea Sanchez deserves some blame, but if he doesn't throw it immediately on that, he would have gotten wrecked again.

    Rex better realize he isn't the DC, he's the CEO now, and if a change needs to be made, he has to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglenj View Post
    Anyone watching the game could see the growing confidence the Ravens DBs had with each knockdown of our QB.

    We get a huge, game changing turnover and the ball on the Ravens 30.

    Knowing these DBs are playing aggressive since the line is getting after our QB, why in hell would we call a WR screen, with no one else out there? That route was so easy to jump. If you want to call a pass there, Id rather see a jump ball to plax, at least the downside of that play is an incompletion.

    Schotty doesn't understand in game changes, its beyond clear, and that play call was his whole career in a nutshell.

    Yea Sanchez deserves some blame, but if he doesn't throw it immediately on that, he would have gotten wrecked again.

    Rex better realize he isn't the DC, he's the CEO now, and if a change needs to be made, he has to do it.
    Just what Sanchez needs! Another excuse!

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    not an excuse, truth...

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    Sanchez will never be considered a top QB when he keeps making throws like that. He's done it all year. He's been a turnover machine.

    10 turnovers in 4 games for Mark. Do the math on 16 games. It's real ugly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky Jet View Post
    Just what Sanchez needs! Another excuse!
    Yea you're right....schotty coordinated chad and favre to their worst statistical seasons ever but its sanchezs' fault.

    You do know that earlier in the game he threw a ball that 2 OF OUR OWN PLAYERS touched....how do you design a route where 2 WRs are in the same 3 yard box? He has been doing that forever....guess what that brings, 2 defenders too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    Sanchez will never be considered a top QB when he keeps making throws like that. He's done it all year. He's been a turnover machine.

    10 turnovers in 4 games for Mark. Do the math on 16 games. It's real ugly
    Are we really blaming him for tonite? He was getting INHILATED back there, and had a bad snap.

    He didn't play well, and his accuracy was poor but there are 5 people to have fingers pointed at them before him tonite.

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    A screen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglenj View Post
    Anyone watching the game could see the growing confidence the Ravens DBs had with each knockdown of our QB.

    We get a huge, game changing turnover and the ball on the Ravens 30.

    Knowing these DBs are playing aggressive since the line is getting after our QB, why in hell would we call a WR screen, with no one else out there? That route was so easy to jump. If you want to call a pass there, Id rather see a jump ball to plax, at least the downside of that play is an incompletion.

    Schotty doesn't understand in game changes, its beyond clear, and that play call was his whole career in a nutshell.

    Yea Sanchez deserves some blame, but if he doesn't throw it immediately on that, he would have gotten wrecked again.

    Rex better realize he isn't the DC, he's the CEO now, and if a change needs to be made, he has to do it.
    a terrible and expected play call combined with a horrific decision = that play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglenj View Post
    Are we really blaming him for tonite? He was getting INHILATED back there, and had a bad snap.

    He didn't play well, and his accuracy was poor but there are 5 people to have fingers pointed at them before him tonite.
    one of the fingers belongs to him.

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    The pick was on Sanchez. He forced the throw just like he did last week, after a big play. I try to defend Sanchez on here but he is really screwing the team over with these boneheaded throws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurkJetFan View Post
    one of the fingers belongs to him.
    yea you're right Turk.. It's all on Sanchez that he didnt see Ed Reed coming free. It's all on Sanchez for Ngata somehow getting through untouched despite the fact he's 300+ pounds. It's Sanchezs fault that he was knocked down 20 times tonight and threw a pick before Suggs almost decapitated him. All Sanchez

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurkJetFan View Post
    one of the fingers belongs to him.
    I think one of his fingers fell off tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglenj View Post
    Are we really blaming him for tonite? He was getting INHILATED back there, and had a bad snap.

    He didn't play well, and his accuracy was poor but there are 5 people to have fingers pointed at them before him tonite.
    again, Sanchez is a perfectionist. he does not need nor want your excuses! He was inaccurate even when he had a good OL and time to throw. I think he will get better and I expect the Ol to get better as well. But solutions are needed not excuses.

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    Sanchez is a turnover machine right now.

    that pick was bad, but he was probably also at fault on the reed ff, as he didn't recognize that we had too few guys Iin to block.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuu faaola View Post
    Sanchez is a turnover machine right now.

    that pick was bad, but he was probably also at fault on the reed ff, as he didn't recognize that we had too few guys Iin to block.
    He never recognized the Reed blitz. That was at least 50% on Sanchez, he has to know to go to a hot read there

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    Sh**tty call...Sh**ty throw.

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