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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 11:56 pm 
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Jeemie wrote:
The Eagles scored 41 points tonight.


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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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Louis Lipps Service wrote:
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Harrison was the best Pats pass rusher tonight.

He creamed Foles twice (the first time he should have been flagged, Foles is lucky he still had a working leg).

He pressured Foles at least 4 other times.

Was he the James Harrison of 8 or 9 years ago? Nope.

Was he significantly better than both our OLB's near the end of the season? YEP....BY A LOT.


He was the best pass rusher on a team that had 0 sacks and was desperate enough to sign a 39 year old linebacker and throw him straight into a starting role.

Congrats.

I think you guys just like to whine. To be fair, you're getting damn good at it.

Not good enough to whine about things that actually have any real consequence, but don't let that stop you.


....Like I said.

He was significantly better than what we trotted out there at OLB.

...and he was the best Pats pass rusher and he pressured Foles plenty.

Showed he had plenty left in the tank. No other Pat front 7 player did ANYTHING.

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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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Jeemie wrote:
The Eagles scored 41 points tonight.


How many did Jacksonville score against us? In Heinz Field?

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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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KC wrote:
Harrison was the best Pats pass rusher tonight.

He creamed Foles twice (the first time he should have been flagged, Foles is lucky he still had a working leg).

He pressured Foles at least 4 other times.

Was he the James Harrison of 8 or 9 years ago? Nope.

Was he significantly better than both our OLB's near the end of the season? YEP....BY A LOT.

OMG. He never creamed Foles. He fell at his feet once and the other was his only true pressure of the night and getting ridden 5 yards behind Foles while the QB throws a strike down field is not pressure...The rest of the game he was on the field.


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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 12:02 am 
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Oh and how many points did Nick Foles put up against the Vikings 2 weeks earlier?

Who's the better QB, Blake Bortles or Nick Foles?

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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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Jackie Chiles wrote:
He never creamed Foles.


:lol:

You didn't watch the game.

In your trailer.

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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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KC wrote:
Jeemie wrote:
The Eagles scored 41 points tonight.


How many did Jacksonville score against us? In Heinz Field?

I know... Bigger problems than Harrison not on the roster.


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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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Jackie Chiles wrote:
KC wrote:
Jeemie wrote:
The Eagles scored 41 points tonight.


How many did Jacksonville score against us? In Heinz Field?

I know... Bigger problems than Harrison not on the roster.


:lol:

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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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KC wrote:
Louis Lipps Service wrote:
KC wrote:

Harrison was the best Pats pass rusher tonight.

He creamed Foles twice (the first time he should have been flagged, Foles is lucky he still had a working leg).

He pressured Foles at least 4 other times.

Was he the James Harrison of 8 or 9 years ago? Nope.

Was he significantly better than both our OLB's near the end of the season? YEP....BY A LOT.


He was the best pass rusher on a team that had 0 sacks and was desperate enough to sign a 39 year old linebacker and throw him straight into a starting role.

Congrats.

I think you guys just like to whine. To be fair, you're getting damn good at it.

Not good enough to whine about things that actually have any real consequence, but don't let that stop you.


....Like I said.

He was significantly better than what we trotted out there at OLB.

...and he was the best Pats pass rusher and he pressured Foles plenty.

Showed he had plenty left in the tank. No other Pat front 7 player did ANYTHING.


He wasn't significantly better than anyone. Dude couldn't cover me in the open field anymore. Better pass rusher than we had? Marginally, yes. But that wasn't really what we were looking for out of that position anymore. Do I wish we'd have found some spot duty to use him in? Absolutely.

But he sure as hell wasn't the difference between us getting to the Super Bowl and us not getting there.

So I look at people whining about it, and I see a bunch of children just looking for a reason to whine.

Have fun with that.


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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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KC wrote:
Jackie Chiles wrote:
He never creamed Foles.


:lol:

You didn't watch the game.

In your trailer.

Yes I did thanks... Never saw Harrison "cream" Foles. I get you want to embellish his pedestrian performance but the truth is he did not.


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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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KC wrote:

:lol:

:lol:


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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 12:11 am 
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Louis Lipps Service wrote:
He wasn't significantly better than anyone. Dude couldn't cover me in the open field anymore. Better pass rusher than we had? Marginally, yes. But that wasn't really what we were looking for out of that position anymore. Do I wish we'd have found some spot duty to use him in? Absolutely.

But he sure as hell wasn't the difference between us getting to the Super Bowl and us not getting there.

So I look at people whining about it, and I see a bunch of children just looking for a reason to whine.

Have fun with that.


You were wrong saying Harrison was finished.

Dude played well when he was in there. Better than what we had. He could have helped us, zero doubt.

I know there are a bunch of folks, like yourself, who don't want to admit you were wrong....but you were.

Deep down, you know it.

Bitter pill to swallow, but you gotta!

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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 12:12 am 
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KC wrote:
Louis Lipps Service wrote:
He wasn't significantly better than anyone. Dude couldn't cover me in the open field anymore. Better pass rusher than we had? Marginally, yes. But that wasn't really what we were looking for out of that position anymore. Do I wish we'd have found some spot duty to use him in? Absolutely.

But he sure as hell wasn't the difference between us getting to the Super Bowl and us not getting there.

So I look at people whining about it, and I see a bunch of children just looking for a reason to whine.

Have fun with that.


You were wrong saying Harrison was finished.

Dude played well when he was in there. Better than what we had. He could have helped us, zero doubt.

I know there are a bunch of folks, like yourself, who don't want to admit you were wrong....but you were.

Deep down, you know it.

Bitter pill to swallow, but you gotta!


Anything would have helped against JAX.

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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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Jackie Chiles wrote:
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He never creamed Foles.


:lol:

You didn't watch the game.

In your trailer.

Yes I did thanks... Never saw Harrison "cream" Foles. I get you want to embellish his pedestrian performance but the truth is he did not.


I advise you, if you missed Harrison BLASTING Foles just as he released the ball, to contact your eye doctor.

Your welcome.

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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 12:13 am 
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KC wrote:
Louis Lipps Service wrote:
He wasn't significantly better than anyone. Dude couldn't cover me in the open field anymore. Better pass rusher than we had? Marginally, yes. But that wasn't really what we were looking for out of that position anymore. Do I wish we'd have found some spot duty to use him in? Absolutely.

But he sure as hell wasn't the difference between us getting to the Super Bowl and us not getting there.

So I look at people whining about it, and I see a bunch of children just looking for a reason to whine.

Have fun with that.


You were wrong saying Harrison was finished.

Dude played well when he was in there. Better than what we had. He could have helped us, zero doubt.

I know there are a bunch of folks, like yourself, who don't want to admit you were wrong....but you were.

Deep down, you know it.

Bitter pill to swallow, but you gotta!


I said multiple times I wish he wasn't cut. You should re-read those posts. You seem to have missed that.

Not saying it was a good move to cut him. I'm saying you're overblowing it by epic proportions. Because that's what whiners do.

Keep reaching though. You don't sound desperate at all.

Guess I'd be desperate too if the guy I was trying to talk up had 48 chances to rush a QB and never got a sack.

Reggie White incarnate right there, let me tell yeah.


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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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Louis Lipps Service wrote:
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Louis Lipps Service wrote:
He wasn't significantly better than anyone. Dude couldn't cover me in the open field anymore. Better pass rusher than we had? Marginally, yes. But that wasn't really what we were looking for out of that position anymore. Do I wish we'd have found some spot duty to use him in? Absolutely.

But he sure as hell wasn't the difference between us getting to the Super Bowl and us not getting there.

So I look at people whining about it, and I see a bunch of children just looking for a reason to whine.

Have fun with that.


You were wrong saying Harrison was finished.

Dude played well when he was in there. Better than what we had. He could have helped us, zero doubt.

I know there are a bunch of folks, like yourself, who don't want to admit you were wrong....but you were.

Deep down, you know it.

Bitter pill to swallow, but you gotta!


I said multiple times I wish he wasn't cut. You should re-read those posts. You seem to have missed that.

Not saying it was a good move to cut him. I'm saying you're overblowing it by epic proportions. Because that's what whiners do.

Keep reaching though. You don't sound desperate at all.

Guess I'd be desperate too if the guy I was trying to talk up had 48 chances to rush a QB and never got a sack.

Reggie White incarnate right there, let me tell yeah.


Again, Harrison got several pressures and 2 very good hits on Foles.

He did more than ANY of our OLB's could do to Bortles and more than ANY Minnesota defenders could do against the much better Foles.

Dude played well tonight and he received zero help

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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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TOMFUCK couldn't find a place for Deebo

fucking guy destroyed that LT for the Eagles

we have a FUCKING RETARD as head coach


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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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KC wrote:
Again, Harrison got several pressures and 2 very good hits on Foles.

He did more than ANY of our OLB's could do to Bortles and more than ANY Minnesota defenders could do against the much better Foles.

Dude played well tonight and he received zero help


Ooooo, pressures. Look out, we got a badass over here!

You realize our guys occasionally got pressures too, right?

Not nearly enough of them, mind you. But then again, neither did Harrison tonight to actually affect anything.

On most of those hits, Foles still got the ball off, and accurately, meaning the pressures were completely worthless.

But hey, if you want to count moral victories in your desperate attempt to make your argument, do what you gotta do.

Keep that whine train a rollin'!


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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 12:20 am 
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KC wrote:

I advise you, if you missed Harrison BLASTING Foles just as he released the ball, to contact your eye doctor.

Your welcome.

I watched even gave him credit as his one and only true pressure in the game... He did not "BLAST" the QB as you put it. Bottom line is he had no direct effect on the Eagles or Foles.

Thanks for the advice on the eye Doctor... Even though I'm 20/20 I should make an appointment.


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 Post subject: Re: James Harrison with pressure off the edge.
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Louis Lipps Service wrote:
You realize our guys occasionally got pressures too, right?


:lol:

Oh sure, Bortles looked worried a few times.

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