Originally posted by Chico:
Joe and Sterling's analysis of the Colts was better but still poor because they used tape against the Rams to prove their point. The Rams? C'mon. These are the so called experts?
EXACLTY!!! All these so called "experts" know NOTHING more than the average fan. While most fans are watching the entire game, the experts just watch 10 minutes of it and make their analyses.
Why does using some individual plays against the Rams, the last team Indy played, make their analysis bad? They were just explaining what Peyton did, which was make amazing plays. An amazing play is an amazing play whether it be against the Rams, Niners, Raiders, or Browns. Peyton is the best QB in the game, deal with it.
I would like you to break down the tape like Joe and Sterling did and explain to me the mechanics of what went on.
How do you know they only watched 10 minutes of the game? On Sunday most of these guys sit in a room with wall to wall big screens with every game on. Not to mention, because it is their job, they can go back and watch entire games and break them down. I mean, they work for the NFL Network, what else is there to do?
Anyway, I think their analysis is fine, except for the few mistakes made by Baldy. The Niner's offense against the Texans may be a "mirage," given it was against a bad pass defense to begin with in a second half where they were acting like they already won. The true test will be this week when the Niners play one of the top pass defenses in the league, then we will see if it is a mirage or not.
[ Edited by RedWaltz24 on Oct 30, 2009 at 6:27 AM ]