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    Params: post, 516889, a:1:{i:0;s:916:"I'm all about using mismatches too, but I'm going to push back on your images above. Seriously? You found four images of Finley jumping while the other guy was on the ground. Darren Sproles would look good jumping when nobody else is doing the same! To your original point, we've scored 118 points so far this season which. For comparison we only scored 85 points through four games last season, 148 in the unicorn 2011 season, 106 in 2010, and 104 in 2009. Yes we struggled on Sunday but our scoring is UP. Our defense has allowed more scores than usual but I'm not surprised with two starters missing in the secondary. You can say what you want about records so far this season, but we've played four quality opponents this season with top defenses (except the Lions) and top QBs. We are about to enter the easier part of our schedule. As usual, I'm not starting to rub the panic button as fast as everyone else.";}, 1466975802, 1469884186
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    Params: post, 516891, a:1:{i:0;s:180:"I`m just checking, are we Findley bashing again ??? He isn`t the only one missing balls. Come on guys, give the guy some respect here. He`s improved a lot this season so far. JMHO";}, 1466975802, 1469884186
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    Params: post, 516897, a:1:{i:0;s:1299:"I think this is the one area where Jennings is missed. Nelson's and Jones' strengths are on the perimeter; they don't have Jennings' skill or fearlessness on inside routes. Adjustments need to be made. Cobb needs to be more productive out of the slot in close quarters. While I've generally been a supporter of Finley (if not his mouth), he's not a great route runner. He still plays on physical talent, he's a workout warrior and puts in the time on the physical aspects of the game, but he needs to be a better student of the game. That said, as noted previously by others, we haven't seen one of those sideline jump balls in a while where you have to like Finley's odds. In general, the offense seems more risk averse. My biggest complaint about MM's play calling is those runs with a full house backfield, or inverted wishbone as it were, or an 8 man line, on first down. Unless and until he can show an imaginative pass play out of those formations, defenses will continue to sell out on the run with the usual result...losing yards as we saw twice in the second half against Detroit. It seems to me the film sets up a play action roll out to single coverages...I think I've seen it once with only one receiver option. Get Finley crossing with WR on a go and he might have something.";}, 1466975802, 1469884186
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    Params: post, 516904, a:2:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";s:36:"El Guapo, post: 516899, member: 5830";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:46:"[quote="El Guapo, post: 516899, member: 5830"]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:116:"I'm fine with him holding back on some of those imaginative plays until the playoffs, or when it's absolutely needed";}}i:1;s:662:" If you break pattern with success and get in on film, then you can benefit from defensive uncertainty for the balance of the season and into the playoffs. When you're running a 10-6 operation, as this continues to appear, you need to grab an edge when you can get it. Further, an idea that is never field tested getting dragged out in the playoffs has a much reduced chance of success. In the mean time, those run plays don't work. Continuing to use them to set up a playoff surprise is putting the cart way in front of the horse. The larger the portfolio of successful plays on tape, the better, since it forces defenses to account for more possibilities.";}, 1466975802, 1469884186
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  59. library/Zend/Db/Select.php
  60. library/Zend/Db/Expr.php
  61. library/Zend/Db/Profiler.php
  62. library/Zend/Db/Statement/Mysqli.php
  63. library/Zend/Db/Statement.php
  64. library/Zend/Db/Statement/Interface.php
  65. library/XenForo/Helper/Ip.php
  66. library/XenForo/Visitor.php
  67. library/XenForo/Model/User.php
  68. library/ThemeHouse/JoinUserGroup/Listener/LoadClass.php
  69. library/ThemeHouse/Listener/LoadClass.php
  70. library/ThemeHouse/Listener/LoadClass/20150518.php
  71. library/Dark/TaigaChat/EventListener/Listener.php
  72. library/sonnbThreadMassActions/Listener.php
  73. library/EWRporta2/Listener/Model.php
  74. library/ThemeHouse/JoinUserGroup/Extend/XenForo/Model/User.php
  75. library/Dark/PostRating/Model/User.php
  76. library/bdTagMe/XenForo/Model/User.php
  77. library/sonnb/XenGallery/XenForo/Model/User.php
  78. library/EWRporta2/Model/User.php
  79. library/Zend/Db/Profiler/Query.php
  80. library/XenForo/Permission.php
  81. library/XenForo/Helper/Php.php
  82. library/XenForo/Phrase.php
  83. library/XenForo/Locale.php
  84. library/Sedo/DetectBrowser/Listener/Visitor.php
  85. library/Sedo/DetectBrowser/Helper/MobileDetect.php
  86. library/EWRporta2/Model/Perms.php
  87. library/ThemeHouse/JoinUserGroup/Listener/ControllerPreDispatch.php
  88. library/ThemeHouse/Listener/ControllerPreDispatch.php
  89. library/ThemeHouse/Listener/ControllerPreDispatch/20150911.php
  90. library/UnreadPostCount/Listener.php
  91. library/XenForo/ControllerHelper/ForumThreadPost.php
  92. library/XenForo/ControllerHelper/Abstract.php
  93. library/XenForo/Model/Thread.php
  94. library/Nobita/IgnoreThread/Model/Thread.php
  95. library/Dark/PostRating/Model/Thread.php
  96. library/sonnbThreadMassActions/Model/Thread.php
  97. library/UnreadPostCount/Model/Thread.php
  98. library/Dark/PostRating/Model.php
  99. library/XenForo/Model/Forum.php
  100. library/XenForo/Helper/String.php
  101. library/XenForo/Helper/Discussion.php
  102. library/XenForo/Model/Post.php
  103. library/Dark/PostRating/Model/Post.php
  104. library/sonnbThreadMassActions/Model/Post.php
  105. library/EWRporta2/Model/Post.php
  106. library/EWRporta2/Model/Articles.php
  107. library/XenForo/Model/Attachment.php
  108. library/XenForo/Model/Node.php
  109. library/Nobita/IgnoreThread/Model/Node.php
  110. library/XenForo/Route/Prefix/Categories.php
  111. library/XenForo/Route/Prefix/Forums.php
  112. library/XenForo/ControllerResponse/View.php
  113. library/XenForo/ControllerResponse/Abstract.php
  114. library/Nobita/IgnoreThread/Model/IgnoreThread.php
  115. library/XenForo/Helper/Cookie.php
  116. library/XenForo/ViewRenderer/HtmlPublic.php
  117. library/XenForo/ViewRenderer/Abstract.php
  118. library/XenForo/Template/Public.php
  119. library/XenForo/Template/Abstract.php
  120. library/XenForo/ViewPublic/Thread/View.php
  121. library/XenForo/ViewPublic/Base.php
  122. library/XenForo/View.php
  123. library/EWRporta2/Listener/ViewPublic.php
  124. library/XenForo/BbCode/Parser.php
  125. library/XenForo/BbCode/Formatter/Base.php
  126. library/EWRporta2/Listener/BbCode.php
  127. library/bdTagMe/XenForo/BbCode/Formatter/Base.php
  128. library/sonnb/XenGallery/XenForo/BbCode/Formatter/Base.php
  129. library/EWRporta2/BbCode/Formatter.php
  130. library/XenForo/ViewPublic/Helper/Message.php
  131. library/XenForo/BbCode/TextWrapper.php
  132. library/WhoHasVisited/Listener.php
  133. library/XenForo/Route/Prefix/Members.php
  134. library/bdTagMe/XenForo/Route/Prefix/Members.php
  135. library/Dark/TaigaChat/EventListener/NavigationTabs.php
  136. library/EWRporta2/Listener/NavTabs.php
  137. library/XenForo/Template/FileHandler.php
  138. library/XenForo/Helper/File.php
  139. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,thread_view.php
  140. library/SeparateStickyAndNormal/Listener.php
  141. library/EWRporta2/Listener/Template.php
  142. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,ignore_thread_tool.php
  143. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,page_nav.php
  144. library/XenForo/Route/Prefix/Posts.php
  145. library/XenForo/Model/Avatar.php
  146. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,dark_postrating_message_user_info.php
  147. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,dark_postrating.php
  148. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,bb_code_tag_quote.php
  149. library/XenForo/Helper/Criteria.php
  150. library/XenForo/Debug.php
  151. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,PAGE_CONTAINER.php
  152. library/FreePro/Helper.php
  153. internal_data/templates/S.7,L.1,EWRporta2_Navtabs.php
  154. library/XenForo/ViewRenderer/Json.php