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    Re: Pick 6 on Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1105203
    Quote Originally Posted by "vikinggreg" #1105182
    Vikings greet Tarvaris Jackson with a pick six

    The ball bounced off the hands of receiver Golden Tate, but the pass looked to be thrown behind Tate, forcing him to stop and reach back for it. (Tate still should have caught it.)
    High and late over the middle is trouble
    It didn't look high or late. It should have been an easy catch.

    http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2011082055/2011/PRE2/vikings@seahawks#tab:watch

    After clicking the link, click "Can't-Miss Play: Sherels' 64-yard pickoff return"
    It's high, behind him, and late. Tate has to stop and wait for the ball and then you can tell he has to try and react to the ball not being in the right spot.

    I also enjoyed the jump pass attempt on the screen.

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    Re: Pick 6 on Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1105199
    Quote Originally Posted by "midgensa" #1105174
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    Exactly like the old days

    Golden Tate = Troy Williamson
    Yep ... Exactly like the old days.

    Excuses after excuses.
    Yep ... Exactly like the old days.

    Double standards.

    Tell me again how tipped passes were the fault of the receivers & not Favre's.
    Double standards? You blamed everything on Favre and now will not blame Jackson. Pretty obvious who is using double standards.

    Hell, somehow everything that happens right now you are still brining up Favre non-stop. Nobody else brought up Favre in this thread. The title of the thread is clearly nothing to do with Favre. It is simple really ...

    TJACK SUCKS. There is no evidence to the contrary and he has plenty of chances to compile that evidence. Has nothing to do with Favre. Has nothing to do with Childress. Has nothing to do with Brad Johnson. Has nothing to do with Golden Tate. It all has to do with Tarvaris Jackson and his completely lack of ability to be a quality NFL starter.

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    Re: Pick 6 on Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by "midgensa" #1105289
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1105199
    Quote Originally Posted by "midgensa" #1105174
    Quote Originally Posted by "Tad7" #1105169
    Exactly like the old days

    Golden Tate = Troy Williamson
    Yep ... Exactly like the old days.

    Excuses after excuses.
    Yep ... Exactly like the old days.

    Double standards.

    Tell me again how tipped passes were the fault of the receivers & not Favre's.
    Double standards? You blamed everything on Favre and now will not blame Jackson. Pretty obvious who is using double standards.

    Hell, somehow everything that happens right now you are still brining up Favre non-stop. Nobody else brought up Favre in this thread. The title of the thread is clearly nothing to do with Favre. It is simple really ...

    TJACK SUCKS. There is no evidence to the contrary and he has plenty of chances to compile that evidence. Has nothing to do with Favre. Has nothing to do with Childress. Has nothing to do with Brad Johnson. Has nothing to do with Golden Tate. It all has to do with Tarvaris Jackson and his completely lack of ability to be a quality NFL starter.
    My post has to do with the double-standards. It also has to do with Tate. It has nothing to do with TJ not being a legitimate starter for the Seahawks. Read the topic title

    Pick 6 on Jackson

    It has everything to do with that one play. No other plays in that game, not last weeks game. We're talking about the pick 6. There's several other threads that deal with peoples opinion that TJ lacks the ability to be a quality NFL starter.

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    Re: Pick 6 on Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1105291
    Quote Originally Posted by "midgensa" #1105289
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1105199
    Quote Originally Posted by "midgensa" #1105174
    Quote Originally Posted by "Tad7" #1105169
    Exactly like the old days

    Golden Tate = Troy Williamson
    Yep ... Exactly like the old days.

    Excuses after excuses.
    Yep ... Exactly like the old days.

    Double standards.

    Tell me again how tipped passes were the fault of the receivers & not Favre's.
    Double standards? You blamed everything on Favre and now will not blame Jackson. Pretty obvious who is using double standards.

    Hell, somehow everything that happens right now you are still brining up Favre non-stop. Nobody else brought up Favre in this thread. The title of the thread is clearly nothing to do with Favre. It is simple really ...

    TJACK SUCKS. There is no evidence to the contrary and he has plenty of chances to compile that evidence. Has nothing to do with Favre. Has nothing to do with Childress. Has nothing to do with Brad Johnson. Has nothing to do with Golden Tate. It all has to do with Tarvaris Jackson and his completely lack of ability to be a quality NFL starter.
    My post has to do with the double-standards. It also has to do with Tate. It has nothing to do with TJ not being a legitimate starter for the Seahawks. Read the topic title

    Pick 6 on Jackson

    It has everything to do with that one play. No other plays in that game, not last weeks game. We're talking about the pick 6. There's several other threads that deal with peoples opinion that TJ lacks the ability to be a quality NFL starter.
    Yet you still brought up Favre. That has little to do with that play ... but still managed to bring him up.

    You will post some lame ass response to this ... that is cool. It will still not change the fact that a) T-Jack sucks. b) the stat line on "that one play" is 0-1, 1 INT for Tarvaris Jackson and c) you will still be trying to blame T-Jack's pick six in a preseason game on PP.O members and Brett Favre.

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    Re: Pick 6 on Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by "midgensa" #1105292
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1105291
    Quote Originally Posted by "midgensa" #1105289
    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1105199
    Quote Originally Posted by "midgensa" #1105174
    Quote Originally Posted by "Tad7" #1105169
    Exactly like the old days

    Golden Tate = Troy Williamson
    Yep ... Exactly like the old days.

    Excuses after excuses.
    Yep ... Exactly like the old days.

    Double standards.

    Tell me again how tipped passes were the fault of the receivers & not Favre's.
    Double standards? You blamed everything on Favre and now will not blame Jackson. Pretty obvious who is using double standards.

    Hell, somehow everything that happens right now you are still brining up Favre non-stop. Nobody else brought up Favre in this thread. The title of the thread is clearly nothing to do with Favre. It is simple really ...

    TJACK SUCKS. There is no evidence to the contrary and he has plenty of chances to compile that evidence. Has nothing to do with Favre. Has nothing to do with Childress. Has nothing to do with Brad Johnson. Has nothing to do with Golden Tate. It all has to do with Tarvaris Jackson and his completely lack of ability to be a quality NFL starter.
    My post has to do with the double-standards. It also has to do with Tate. It has nothing to do with TJ not being a legitimate starter for the Seahawks. Read the topic title

    Pick 6 on Jackson

    It has everything to do with that one play. No other plays in that game, not last weeks game. We're talking about the pick 6. There's several other threads that deal with peoples opinion that TJ lacks the ability to be a quality NFL starter.
    Yet you still brought up Favre. That has little to do with that play ... but still managed to bring him up.

    You will post some lame ass response to this ... that is cool. It will still not change the fact that a) T-Jack sucks. b) the stat line on "that one play" is 0-1, 1 INT for Tarvaris Jackson and c) you will still be trying to blame T-Jack's pick six in a preseason game on PP.O members and Brett Favre.
    I brought him up to prove my point. When Favre threw a ball that was tipped by Harvin & then intercepted, the masses did not blame Favre for it. They flamed Harvin. We had this same discussion then. Remember? and we had it again when I believe Berrian tipped one. We've had this "If the ball hits him in the hands" discussion plenty of times before & it always came down to who was throwing the ball as to which way the blame went.

    That is what's lame. I'm simply pointing out that PP.O members who claim the receiver was to blame when Favre was throwing the ball, blame the QB when Jackson's throwing the ball.

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    Re: Pick 6 on Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by "NodakPaul" #1105277
    Can we get off TJack's junk yet? He isn't even a Viking anymore...
    Unfortunately no.

    Expect to see a new thread each & every week if not every time he throws a pick or fumbles.

    He's been a Seahawk for only 25 days, two preseason games & there's already been 4-5 threads on him. Some even posted in the Vikings forum.

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    Re: Pick 6 on Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by "NodakPaul" #1105277
    Quote Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1105206
    In all honesty until that play I was actually grading TJ's performance higher than that of McChunky. Not that it was outstanding but he did move around pretty good and did make a few plays. But once he threw the pick he reverted back to the guarded TJ that was indecisive and ineffective.
    Wait. What?

    Up until that point you thought TJack was playing better than McNabb? Based on what? Up until that point, the Vikings offense had been on the field for exactly three plays. How can you say that TJack was better when McNabb basically hadn't played.

    Up until that point, McNabb was 1-1 for 9 yards, and TJack was 6-9 for 35 yards. Hardly comparable, but if you want to look at apples to apples, McNabb had a better YPC and completion %. I don't know what else you can look at.

    Personally, I was OK with McNabb's performance on the second drive, but getting frustrated that I have yet to see our starting O score a TD. I was actually impressed with TJack's performance after the pick as well. The next drive (where we stopped them on the 1) was his best drive of the game.

    And as far as the pick, it was a bad throw (and a bad catch). Anyone trying to blame the WR only for the INT is blind. Crimney, that is what happens when a bad QB throws to a bad WR. Seattle is in for a long season.

    Can we get off TJack's junk yet? He isn't even a Viking anymore...
    Thanks for answering your own question:P

    TJ moved the ball, got a few first downs and looked almost capable. McNabb didn't move the chains and the drives stalled.

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    Re: Pick 6 on Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1105299
    Quote Originally Posted by "NodakPaul" #1105277
    Quote Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1105206
    In all honesty until that play I was actually grading TJ's performance higher than that of McChunky. Not that it was outstanding but he did move around pretty good and did make a few plays. But once he threw the pick he reverted back to the guarded TJ that was indecisive and ineffective.
    Wait. What?

    Up until that point you thought TJack was playing better than McNabb? Based on what? Up until that point, the Vikings offense had been on the field for exactly three plays. How can you say that TJack was better when McNabb basically hadn't played.

    Up until that point, McNabb was 1-1 for 9 yards, and TJack was 6-9 for 35 yards. Hardly comparable, but if you want to look at apples to apples, McNabb had a better YPC and completion %. I don't know what else you can look at.

    Personally, I was OK with McNabb's performance on the second drive, but getting frustrated that I have yet to see our starting O score a TD. I was actually impressed with TJack's performance after the pick as well. The next drive (where we stopped them on the 1) was his best drive of the game.

    And as far as the pick, it was a bad throw (and a bad catch). Anyone trying to blame the WR only for the INT is blind. Crimney, that is what happens when a bad QB throws to a bad WR. Seattle is in for a long season.

    Can we get off TJack's junk yet? He isn't even a Viking anymore...
    Thanks for answering your own question:P

    TJ moved the ball, got a few first downs and looked almost capable. McNabb didn't move the chains and the drives stalled.
    Mcnabb didn't have a chance. After that blown coverage on the sack then we ran a draw play or something like that I believe. May be wrong. But after they both had the same amount of plays or close to it, Mcnabb looked much better. On the only pass attempt Mcnabb was given, he completed it.
    I am NOT here to provide good football insight or rational observations. I am an emotional 19 year old Viking fan and I expect you to adjust your expectations from my posts.

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    Re: Pick 6 on Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by "12purplepride28" #1105302
    Quote Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1105299
    Quote Originally Posted by "NodakPaul" #1105277
    Quote Originally Posted by "Purple Floyd" #1105206
    In all honesty until that play I was actually grading TJ's performance higher than that of McChunky. Not that it was outstanding but he did move around pretty good and did make a few plays. But once he threw the pick he reverted back to the guarded TJ that was indecisive and ineffective.
    Wait. What?

    Up until that point you thought TJack was playing better than McNabb? Based on what? Up until that point, the Vikings offense had been on the field for exactly three plays. How can you say that TJack was better when McNabb basically hadn't played.

    Up until that point, McNabb was 1-1 for 9 yards, and TJack was 6-9 for 35 yards. Hardly comparable, but if you want to look at apples to apples, McNabb had a better YPC and completion %. I don't know what else you can look at.

    Personally, I was OK with McNabb's performance on the second drive, but getting frustrated that I have yet to see our starting O score a TD. I was actually impressed with TJack's performance after the pick as well. The next drive (where we stopped them on the 1) was his best drive of the game.

    And as far as the pick, it was a bad throw (and a bad catch). Anyone trying to blame the WR only for the INT is blind. Crimney, that is what happens when a bad QB throws to a bad WR. Seattle is in for a long season.

    Can we get off TJack's junk yet? He isn't even a Viking anymore...
    Thanks for answering your own question:P

    TJ moved the ball, got a few first downs and looked almost capable. McNabb didn't move the chains and the drives stalled.
    Mcnabb didn't have a chance. After that blown coverage on the sack then we ran a draw play or something like that I believe. May be wrong. But after they both had the same amount of plays or close to it, Mcnabb looked much better. On the only pass attempt Mcnabb was given, he completed it.
    How can anyone say McNabb looked better at that point in the game when the Sehawks were stalled at the 1? McNabb had 1 series. Handed the ball off to AD, got sacked, threw 1 pass on 3-16, dumping it off to AD, which ended up 7 yards short of the first down. Then we punted.

    Did he look better handing the ball off or what?

    BTW, the pass came after the sack. There was no draw play. The punt came after the pass.

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    Re: Pick 6 on Jackson

    Quote Originally Posted by "singersp" #1105294
    Quote Originally Posted by "NodakPaul" #1105277
    Can we get off TJack's junk yet? He isn't even a Viking anymore...
    Unfortunately no.

    Expect to see a new thread each & every week if not every time he throws a pick or fumbles.

    He's been a Seahawk for only 25 days, two preseason games & there's already been 5 threads on him now. Some even posted in the Vikings forum.
    Make that 6 now.

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