Chris Palmer

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  1. Childress79

    Childress79 Loungefly ® Tip Jar Donor

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    I think it's clear a this point that Palmer is a r'tard.

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  2. GoT

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    r'tard - lol
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  3. skitch

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    Funny that the commentator called it today.
    He said that they were doing no favors to Chris Johnson because they were giving the play away before the snap with the fullback alignment and lean to one direction. He said if the FB is up and to the right, it would be a run to the right....obviously same for the left. As soon as he finished, we lined up. He said "see....this will be a CJ run to the right".
    Snap- CJ run to the right for 2yards.
    Chris Palmer genius at work.
    Lol!
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  4. Childress79

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    Palmer is just as wile with Cook. Any time he's on the field it's agive away that we're going to pass.:sad2:
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  5. steverife

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    After 8.5 games, he adapted.
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  6. JCBRAVE

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    You guys can't be that dense can you? What, no coach has ever called a play that was obvious? You do that to set them up for later when you come back out in that same look. And since Chris Johnson had a good outing, I'd say the play calling was fine.
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  7. Obie09

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    That's a cute excuse I guess if Chris Palmer's your dad or something but it doesn't hold up. I can tell when we are running the ball over 90% of the time which isn't a good thing. So we purposely try to get no first downs or td's in the first quarter or half just so we can use those same plays later and switch it up? I see what you're saying but it doesn't work like that. You never want the opponent being almost positive that you're running the ball on a play or passing the ball on a play if you can help it. When I watch other teams it's not nearly as predictable where the ball is going.
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  8. JCBRAVE

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    Not an excuse LOL, actually kind of funny I'm the only one defending the play calling. We ran the ball out of that same formation 4-5 times BTW, and C.J.'s longest run of the day came from that formation.
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  9. Big Time Titan

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    We did better with Palmer's play-calling against Carolina but we're gonna need to be more creative to beat really good teams like ATL and NO.

    Not to mention we still suck on 3rd and 5+ to go. Gotta get better.
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  10. TitanJeff

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    Got to run the football and gobble up TOP.
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