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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    I'm waiting.....
    waiting for what? a recollection of each route, every snap?
    keep waiting

    in general, wallace and ben were never on the same page... missing all of camp had an impact
    in general, brown and ben struggled early on with some of the short/intermediate stuff that Ben and Ward always had a good feel for.
    in general, Sanders cuts his routes quite different than Wallace, and when Sanders replaced Wallace, it showed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    Brown does. If it's in his area he's goes all out. Same for Cotchery but he doesn't play nearly enough.

    Sanders and Wallace really don't. If it's not a perfectly thrown pass they don't really go balls out.
    give examples... i'm waiting
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilPatrickBanana View Post
    give examples... i'm waiting
    Wallace never comes back for the ball. It started in San Francisco last season. If it's not perfect he gives up on it. What's sad, is that if he would just make an effort, and the DB kills him, it's a flag, which is just as good as a catch.

    Sanders alligators too many passes. Because he's worried about getting hit. He goes over the middle? Watch his head, he looses the ball because he's looking for defenders.

    Sanders also has a habit of running the wrong route. For supposedly being the "most polished" of the three, he's the one who makes the most mistakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    Wallace never comes back for the ball. It started in San Francisco last season. If it's not perfect he gives up on it. What's sad, is that if he would just make an effort, and the DB kills him, it's a flag, which is just as good as a catch.

    Sanders alligators too many passes. Because he's worried about getting hit. He goes over the middle? Watch his head, he looses the ball because he's looking for defenders.

    Sanders also has a habit of running the wrong route. For supposedly being the "most polished" of the three, he's the one who makes the most mistakes.
    oh, that's what you call examples? I though you meant actually examples.

    anyways... not coming back to the ball, is bad route running... that's not the same as "not trying to make the difficult catch"
    When did Sanders "alligator" a ball this year? I can't think of one time.

    Sanders running the wrong route? I guess you'd have to know the play call. But, wouldn't that fall under the "not on the same page" label? the one you denied existing?
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    But, wouldn't that fall under the "not on the same page" label?
    No, that would fall under Sanders not knowing his playbook. Nothing to do with QB/WR.

    Not being on the same page would be Ben reading blitz, Sanders as the hot rout not reading blitz, and then a sack or a turnover happens.

    Like Holmes in Cincy in 2009. Ben read blitz, Holmes didn't, pick 6.

    And Holmes got reamed for it on the sidelines by his coaches.

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    Flacco Stakes Claim as Top AFC North QB

    Is this a Flacco or Ben thread? Ben's at home cleaning ****** diapers while Flacco is making a SB push....

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    Flacco's defense forces 3 turnovers on the Bronco side of the 50.

    I think we did that about 5 times all year.

    "#1 ranked".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    No, that would fall under Sanders not knowing his playbook. Nothing to do with QB/WR.

    Not being on the same page would be Ben reading blitz, Sanders as the hot rout not reading blitz, and then a sack or a turnover happens.

    Like Holmes in Cincy in 2009. Ben read blitz, Holmes didn't, pick 6.

    And Holmes got reamed for it on the sidelines by his coaches.
    nice job with the selective quote

    when did sanders run the wrong route, and how did you know he ran the wrong wrote. please be specific
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilPatrickBanana View Post
    nice job with the selective quote

    when did sanders run the wrong route, and how did you know he ran the wrong wrote. please be specific
    I've answered you twice.

    Your turn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    I've answered you twice.

    Your turn.
    no you didn't. you dodged and weaved, and then ignored the portions of response that called your assertions into question. nice try kiddo.

    When did Sanders run the wrong route? specifically. What game. What route did he run, and what route was he supposed to run. You would need to at least have an idea about these things to determine he ran the wrong route. I'll settle for a media article that quotes a coach or player stating he ran the wrong route. I'm almost certain you will provide nothing, because you love leaning on made up generalities that support you overall whacked out philosophy.

    When did Sanders alligator a ball? specifically. What game. What quarter.

    I have all the games recorded, I will gladly fact check you

    Do you really think "Bad Route Running" (not coming back to the ball, driving on the ball)... is the same thing as "not making the difficult catch". Please confirm, I need to know whether this is another one of the things you are retarded about, or if I just misunderstood you.
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