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    I don't think anything that's what wrong is nearly Smiths Falls we have no offense of line I think the coaches are free to call certain place I think he would absolutely do better with a different office of coordinator

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    and lions are picking chargers apart... this loss hurts.... BAD BAD BAD

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    Quote Originally Posted by pojote View Post
    So, as I understand, Bowe's drop is worse than two interceptions, both in opponents territory, 13 and 35 yards???
    AGAIN if BOWE DOESN'T DROP IT one pick doesn't HAPPEN. Not everything is the qbs fault. When he throws a ball right to a WR in the endzone that drive should be over. It's Bowes fault that we even had to run anther play that drive. That is just something that can't be argued. Bowes drop hurt more then anything Orton did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewschiefs View Post
    AGAIN if BOWE DOESN'T DROP IT one pick doesn't HAPPEN. Not everything is the qbs fault. When he throws a ball right to a WR in the endzone that drive should be over. It's Bowes fault that we even had to run anther play that drive. That is just something that can't be argued. Bowes drop hurt more then anything Orton did.
    .Now this is funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigeriannightmare View Post
    .Now this is funny.
    Yes, it really is...
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    Its the shoulda, woulda, coulda game. Bowe dropped a crucial TD. A game changer. But I agree Orton threw a nasty int. Both are responsible but bowe, moreso

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigeriannightmare View Post
    .Now this is funny.
    Yes lets blame the qb who threw the ball right to bowe in the FREAKING endzone. But lets give bowe a pass. That works

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCraised View Post
    Its the shoulda, woulda, coulda game. Bowe dropped a crucial TD. A game changer. But I agree Orton threw a nasty int. Both are responsible but bowe, moreso
    Personally, I dont think dropping a pass (TD or not) is anywhere near as bad of a mistake as throwing an INT, especially one where the pass should never have been made or was thrown poorly.

    Its one thing if the defender made an amazing play on the ball.

    Thats just my opinion though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewschiefs View Post
    Yes lets blame the qb who threw the ball right to bowe in the FREAKING endzone. But lets give bowe a pass. That works
    It's only funny because nobody has given Bowe a pass, but you're trying to give Orton a pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryfo18 View Post
    It's only funny because nobody has given Bowe a pass, but you're trying to give Orton a pass.
    It's not giving Orton a pass it's stating a fact. If Bowe doesn't drop the ball Orton is not on the field to throw the pick. THAT IS A FACT unless you think we would have gone for 2 or Orton would have kicked the PAT if Bowe catches that ball Orton doesn't throw the pick therefore he is more to blame then Orton. It's not rocket science people always ignore the drops and talk about how bad the qb played. Well when your so called number 1 WRs drops td passes what do you really expect the QB to do?

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    Bowe dropping a TD sucks.

    After it was over though, The Chiefs had the ball inside the redzone, with an excellent scoring opportunity.

    Orton's INT left us with the opponents getting the ball, first and ten, and eliminated our chance to score any points.

    But hey....

    Nobody wanted to hear about WRs dropping big passes when the passes were thrown by Cassel.

    Nobody wanted to hear how the play-calling was stupid when Cassel was in there.

    I think Kyle Orton played pretty well overall.

    But it looked like he was a victim of a lot of the same problems that Matt Cassel was dealing with.




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