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    Re: Anyone else tired of the TJ project?

    And K. Holcomb completes a 40 yard TD pass!

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    Re: Anyone else tired of the TJ project?

    "C" wrote:
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    The Oline gave him time...he cant read D's, has no idea where to throw it to...and holds on to it too long
    What.........

    Did you watch the game man.
    He was scrambling for his life and when the line did do thier job there wasn't a WR open.
    The one time they did get a WR open he caught it for a nice gain.

    How about how many times the D hit our Backs (including the QB) in the backfield?

    I mean Jeeeezzzzzz

    Come on Marr... were you watching the game?!

    TJ held the ball way too long. Granted, there were a couple plays where the O-line sucked, but I'd say the majority of sacks were attributed to Jackson.
    I guess your right.
    He should have just threw it to something as it appeared our WR weren't getting open.

    Come on my friend.
    If no one is open and he is standing back thier trying to find someone of course he is gonna hold the ball.
    Be real.
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    Re: Anyone else tired of the TJ project?

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "CCthebest" wrote:
    The Oline gave him time...he cant read D's, has no idea where to throw it to...and holds on to it too long
    What.........

    Did you watch the game man.
    He was scrambling for his life and when the line did do thier job there wasn't a WR open.
    The one time they did get a WR open he caught it for a nice gain.

    How about how many times the D hit our Backs (including the QB) in the backfield?

    I mean Jeeeezzzzzz
    Come on Marr... were you watching the game?!

    TJ held the ball way too long. Granted, there were a couple plays where the O-line sucked, but I'd say the majority of sacks were attributed to Jackson.
    I guess your right.
    He should have just threw it to something as it appeared our WR weren't getting open.

    Come on my friend.
    If no one is open and he is standing back thier trying to find someone of course he is gonna hold the ball.
    Be real.
    Doesn't matter if they are open or not... he's going to miss them anyways.
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    Re: Anyone else tired of the TJ project?

    "ConnecticutViking" wrote:
    T-Jack is the worst!
    He can't find the open guy and doesn't know what to do if there is pressure.
    It's time for a change.

    If a 100% of the times, the recievers are open 0% of the times, what procentage of the times should the quarterback complete passes.

    Everyone that thinks we should start Kelly Holcomb or Brooks Bollinger is nuts and need to lighten up a bit, we could pick up a veteran next year, but as far is this year goes - guess what - not gonna happen.


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    Re: Anyone else tired of the TJ project?

    He completed 5 passes.
    We shold have atleast tried to pick up leftwich he would have been a better option then TJ

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    Re: Anyone else tired of the TJ project?

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "CCthebest" wrote:
    The Oline gave him time...he cant read D's, has no idea where to throw it to...and holds on to it too long
    What.........

    Did you watch the game man.
    He was scrambling for his life and when the line did do thier job there wasn't a WR open.
    The one time they did get a WR open he caught it for a nice gain.

    How about how many times the D hit our Backs (including the QB) in the backfield?

    I mean Jeeeezzzzzz
    He may have been pressured, but there were many times that he had a chance to make plays and didn't.

    No excuses.

    The comment that Pam Oliver had on the sideline when TJ went to Wade and tried to explain himself on that deflected pass, she quoted Wade as saying, "when you start throwing the ball where you are suppose to then we can talk."

    That says it all.
    Flat out FRUSTRATING!

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    Re: Anyone else tired of the TJ project?

    He sucks! The WR's are open and he over throws them.
    T-jack is no good.
    He has not shown me anybody a thing.


    His QB rating is 45% a game.
    What the heck? Why is he the QB?
    We should have kept Thigpen.

    He was the WR of the future.

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    Re: Anyone else tired of the TJ project?

    "chad93939" wrote:
    He completed 5 passes.
    We shold have atleast tried to pick up leftwich he would have been a better option then TJ
    Leftwich sucks too.
    We should have picked up Garcia.
    We would have had a better chance.

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    Re: Anyone else tired of the TJ project?

    yep Romo was flushed sometimes...TJ was pressured alot!
    Plus we have a bunch of rookie recievers did they get open is that why he held onto the ball so long?
    Has Chilly pounded it in his head to not make any turnovers so he doesn't take chances?

    Romo also has great recievers...against our not so great secondary...He was successful for that main reason....They only have one loss for a reason.

    I'm not saying TJ is the answer or he will ever be a Great QB in the NFL...but there is alot of other issues going on with the team...O-line recievers...play calling....aarggh!


    No viking fan is happy BUT...Whats the answer..yep TJ sucks....whats your answer right now this season?
    Our backups are just as bad and we have tons of cap space...BJ sucked last year I think mainly because the o-line sucked...but right now whats the answer?


    I guess let the kid play...we aren't going to the superbowl...and if he blows the whole year and show NO improvement then off season is easy.
    Lets go fishing

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    Re: Anyone else tired of the TJ project?

    Schaub get less time then any QB in the league to throw the ball, he manages to find a reciever even when his two main recievers are hurt.
    When your QB is not smart he cant read defence ther for he gets sacked.
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