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Ashley 09-20-2016 06:32 AM

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He's the lead pony in the dead money race.
You don't pay that kind of money to a player to be a work in progress.

jeanpierre 09-20-2016 08:00 AM

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Don't care that Fleener is white, care little that he can't jump (two separate issues), but the biggest issues is those hands...

We have two 6' 6" receivers in Fleener and Coleman who can't catch a football, especially in "pressure situations."

Know Payton was trying to salvage Fleener and Fleener's confidence by going back to him repeatedly, but it cost us a much needed win...

You've got Michael Thomas sitting there and if we're gonna be Air Coryell and keep throwing it, then get the best three receivers on the field...

And Ingram is an okay receiver outta the backfield; you kept Marcus Murphy and Daniel Lasco get them in there as well and really open that field up...

neugey 09-20-2016 08:15 AM

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Mullethead and Stonehands - it sounds like a new Comedy Central cartoon series.

jonnyrotten 09-20-2016 08:55 AM

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maybe if he cut that awful ponytail his hands might work. if I remember right the stat line for the giants game was 2 catches and thrown to 9 times....that my friends is not good.

frydaddy 09-20-2016 09:26 AM

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They're a couple of marshmallows. They look good, but really they're just soft and disappointing. I saw a total lack of willingness to sacrifice their bodies for the catch. Fleener not stretching out for that pass up the seam that should've been a TD. Coleman repeatedly trying to catch with one hand so that he could use the other hand to brace his fall. I'm sorry, but you're basically wearing body armor. If you're not willing to get a couple of ouchies from hitting the ground a few times then you need to stay seated on the bench. I realize that one hand was all Coleman could get on a couple of those passes at first, but if he quits worrying about the fall and immediately brings the other hand around to control the ball then those are catches. Fleener might be softer than Jimmy, and that's frightening. I actually liked the signing (not the money, but the player) now I just hope we limit his touches so he has less chance to impact the game negatively.

K Major 09-20-2016 10:40 AM

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Maybe Mullethead should lose the pony tail.

frydaddy 09-20-2016 10:46 AM

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I don't have any problem at all with his hair. I used to have long hair myself, and if I still had a full head of hair (damn you genetics!) It would still be long. I know some of you guys are old school and that's fine, but his hair has nothing to do with his softness or lack of concentration.

K Major 09-20-2016 11:13 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by frydaddy (Post 720525)
I don't have any problem at all with his hair. I used to have long hair myself, and if I still had a full head of hair (damn you genetics!) It would still be long. I know some of you guys are old school and that's fine, but his hair has nothing to do with his softness or lack of concentration.

Sarcasm Fry. Simply sarcasm.

All I know is that the Mullethead needs to get his a$# :censored: in the game. He has been very mediocre in training camp and it has carried over to real games.

It's time to go earn that salary and make plays.

Rugby Saint II 09-20-2016 01:27 PM

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At training camp I said that Fleener looked soft and that Coleman wasn't giving any effort and looked like he knew he was going to be cut. I just don't understand the game plan offensively to take Thomas out of the game. Oh wait, yes I do. Sean Payton is a gambler and takes big risks like ambush. He likes to surprise people and catch teams off guard. He did that with Hill until people started game planning for him and took him out of the equation. He's trying to use the same plan with Coleman. Unfortunately Coleman wasn't up to the challenge.

Danno 09-20-2016 06:38 PM

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Mullethead and Stonehands?

Wow. Thats pathetic dude.


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