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    Montgomery taking the ball out of the endzone with a few seconds before the two minute warning was monumentally stupid -- and that was before he then proceeded to fumble the ball. Not surprisingly, he was told not to take the ball out of the end zone before the Rams kicked off.
    Thanks, I don't think anybody knew the story or that it was a dumb decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    wonder what the story is with HHCD. Assumed they were happy with him.
    according to some of the web sites I follow - he has been making noises that he wouldn't resign this offseason (he's in the 5th yr of his rookie contract). He wanted Probowler type money and his performance hasn't been at that level since '16

    The big question is how they are going to replace him, they are now a bit thin at safety. One option is to move one of their CBs inside - probably Tramon Williams or maybe promote Josh Jones (if healthy enough)

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyone View Post
    according to some of the web sites I follow - he has been making noises that he wouldn't resign this offseason (he's in the 5th yr of his rookie contract). He wanted Probowler type money and his performance hasn't been at that level since '16

    The big question is how they are going to replace him, they are now a bit thin at safety. One option is to move one of their CBs inside - probably Tramon Williams or maybe promote Josh Jones (if healthy enough)
    pro football focus had HHCD as the number 2 rated safety this year.

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    It will be nice to pair him with Swaringer in the defensive backfield. Hopefully he's rejuvenated for the rest if the season, and if he walks at the end of the year, the Redskins will probably get a 4th round comp pick in 2020.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flystripper View Post
    pro football focus had HHCD as the number 2 rated safety this year.

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    Don't know about that, but the GB/Milwaukee papers were not very complementary of his play this yr - way too many missed tackles
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    Quote Originally Posted by happyone View Post
    according to some of the web sites I follow - he has been making noises that he wouldn't resign this offseason (he's in the 5th yr of his rookie contract). He wanted Probowler type money and his performance hasn't been at that level since '16

    The big question is how they are going to replace him, they are now a bit thin at safety. One option is to move one of their CBs inside - probably Tramon Williams or maybe promote Josh Jones (if healthy enough)
    thanks for the info - that is very interesting. and i can't believe he's in his fifth year. crazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    thanks for the info - that is very interesting. and i can't believe he's in his fifth year. crazy.
    neither can I

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    nick mullens went undrafted, cut from the niners in 2017, assigned to the practice squad in 2018, moved to a back up role when garrapolo went down with injury, was given the starting job when Beathard went down and all he did was finish his career start with a near perfect QB rating of 151.
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    props to mullens, but it's crazy how bad the raiders are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by old_gregg View Post
    props to mullens, but it's crazy how bad the raiders are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hostile View Post
    Just tank, baby!
    but this is a title contender!
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    Quote Originally Posted by old_gregg View Post
    props to mullens, but it's crazy how bad the raiders are.
    the raiders are awesomely bad.

    That injury to Mostert was bad too. Like napoleon kaufman bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPiney View Post
    the raiders are awesomely bad.

    That injury to Mostert was bad too. Like napoleon kaufman bad.

    Spoiler for don't watch if you are squeamish:
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    That was pretty. TBH not as bad as Kaufman or Theisman. But plenty bad.
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    As it relates to the injury, at least it was his arm and not his leg. He can come back from that and be as good as new....just not this year. Its too bad he got derailed just as he was getting started. Mostert has looked like one of the real bright spots for the 49ers in his limited action thus far. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flystripper View Post
    As it relates to the injury, at least it was his arm and not his leg. He can come back from that and be as good as new....just not this year. Its too bad he got derailed just as he was getting started. Mostert has looked like one of the real bright spots for the 49ers in his limited action thus far. .
    That was my thought. He will be ready to go by training camp and the arm will be normal. ACL tear would be a longer rehab and the knee may not be the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flystripper View Post
    As it relates to the injury, at least it was his arm and not his leg. He can come back from that and be as good as new....just not this year. Its too bad he got derailed just as he was getting started. Mostert has looked like one of the real bright spots for the 49ers in his limited action thus far. .
    He looked really fast out there. Was doing great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPiney View Post
    the raiders are awesomely bad.

    That injury to Mostert was bad too. Like napoleon kaufman bad.

    Spoiler for don't watch if you are squeamish:
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    I described it as Napoleon Kaufman, but to his arm not his leg last night. You could tell it was bad the way the players on both teams reacted to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPiney View Post
    He looked really fast out there. Was doing great.
    Also, top notch TD celebration IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPiney View Post
    the raiders are awesomely bad.

    That injury to Mostert was bad too. Like napoleon kaufman bad.

    Spoiler for don't watch if you are squeamish:
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    Quote Originally Posted by creekster View Post
    That was pretty. TBH not as bad as Kaufman or Theisman. But plenty bad.
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    I described it as Napoleon Kaufman, but to his arm not his leg last night. You could tell it was bad the way the players on both teams reacted to it.
    Wait a minute. We have been saying Kaufman, but I was thinking McCallum. Right? Did Kaufman have a gruesome injury too?
    PLesa excuse the tpyos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creekster View Post
    Wait a minute. We have been saying Kaufman, but I was thinking McCallum. Right? Did Kaufman have a gruesome injury too?
    it's the one out of navy, not uw. i think that's mccallum
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    it's the one out of navy, not uw. i think that's mccallum
    Yes, McCallum is the navy guy and his career ended on that play. I still think Theisman's injury is up there, however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by creekster View Post
    Yes, McCallum is the navy guy and his career ended on that play. I still think Theisman's injury is up there, however.
    Theisman's will always be more memorable for me because i was watching live that night. i only ever saw replays of mccallum as i was doing my mission trip at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    Theisman's will always be more memorable for me because i was watching live that night. i only ever saw replays of mccallum as i was doing my mission trip at the time.
    I remember watching it live and there were lots of replays. It was bad. Creekster is right, it was mccallum not kaufman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPiney View Post
    I remember watching it live and there were lots of replays. It was bad. Creekster is right, it was mccallum not kaufman.
    crazy that both happened on MNF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    crazy that both happened on MNF.
    ed mccaffrey too
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    Quote Originally Posted by creekster View Post
    Yes, McCallum is the navy guy and his career ended on that play. I still think Theisman's injury is up there, however.
    I remember watching the McCallum game live, they showed the replay before they realized fully what happened. I saw what happened at the same moment as the guys in the booth. It was the worst I've ever seen, his leg was bent at a 90 degree angle the wrong way at the knee. It was the same game where Jerry Rice broke the career TD record.

    They've gotten better at stopping the replays of the injury after they figure out what happened. I vividly recall the Tim Krumrie injury from the Super Bowl and how they seemed to show it several times and in extreme slow motion. I went to the Youtube clip -- and sure enough they show it five times on replay and they even circle his leg at the exact time it breaks, lol.
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    the saints are really good.
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    The Packers cut Jermaine Whitehead. He was supposed to replace HHCD. It seems his Personal foul against the Pats was unforgivable

    This is most churning of the roster I've seen in yrs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyone View Post
    The Packers cut Jermaine Whitehead. He was supposed to replace HHCD. It seems his Personal foul against the Pats was unforgivable

    This is most churning of the roster I've seen in yrs!
    If they lose to the Dolphins, I think McCarthy might get canned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuthole View Post
    If they lose to the Dolphins, I think McCarthy might get canned.
    yep. apparently, in addition to the losing, he and Rodgers aren't seeing eye to eye. not good for MM
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