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    Has anyone else noticed increased play by some of the guys who did well last week. I don't remember seeing guys like Hemingway starting on the first series, Catapano in on obvious passing situations, Ron Parker getting playing time early in the game.

    I have a feeling that the coaches saw these guys play lights out last week and realized they can contribute.

    It's such a stark contrast from the Pioli regime where a lot of our starters could barely make other teams, but now Dorsey has put together a great second string that should have beat (if not for the refs) a playoff team (Chargers).

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    They were playing because all of our starters were hurt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    They were playing because all of our starters were hurt.
    Hemingway either started or came in on the 2nd play of the game. Catapano was in during the 2nd quarter on a 3rd and long at DT. Parker put pressure on Luck causing a bad throw in like the beginning of the 2nd quarter. The injuries didn't affect the playing time for those guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jap1 View Post
    Hemingway either started or came in on the 2nd play of the game. Catapano was in during the 2nd quarter on a 3rd and long at DT. Parker put pressure on Luck causing a bad throw in like the beginning of the 2nd quarter. The injuries didn't affect the playing time for those guys.
    Agree completely. We have good depth. However I am on the fence with bob sutton. He seems unwilling to adjust his game plan when it starts to go south. Or is it just me.

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    Baby this team rips the bones from your back
    It's a death trap, a suicide rap
    We gotta get out now that we're old
    Cause the Kansas City Chiefs,
    Baby they were born to fold

    With apologies to The Boss...at least he'll be in New Jersey in February

    44 years of this crap. I can't take it anymore.
    At least they didn't lose by missing their 23rd playoff FG

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    Quote Originally Posted by sufferingsuccoptrash View Post
    Baby this team rips the bones from your back
    It's a death trap, a suicide rap
    We gotta get out now that we're old
    Cause the Kansas City Chiefs,
    Baby they were born to fold

    With apologies to The Boss...at least he'll be in New Jersey in February

    44 years of this crap. I can't take it anymore.
    At least they didn't lose by missing their 23rd playoff FG
    I hate the Boss. Because everyone in NJ is supposed to love him. Now I hate the Chiefs. They have caused me so much pain since I was a child. Please stop causing me pain.

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    Defense was so gassed in 4th very slow off the snaps

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