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Old 08-14-2009, 05:11 PM   #16
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Got a tweet during the game that Kelly went up for a high pass and came down with it, was it really a nice catch? What was DT's catch like?
All he did was reach up and pull down a ball like anyone who has played WR should do. None of them did anything to stand out last night but that true for the most of the team. I think this thread might have been better after a few more games.
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All he did was reach up and pull down a ball like anyone who has played WR should do. None of them did anything to stand out last night but that true for the most of the team. I think this thread might have been better after a few more games.
It was a little more than that. He didn't hesitate or protect his body. He fully extended while going across the middle. He snagged the ball with 2 hands out of mid air, something Hagans failed to do i might add. He had a guy covering him, and Jason led him so that the defender couldn't get it. It was an excellent catch and really the first real glimpse of what his potential could be. In my opinion
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It is a positive. People just love to bitch and complain about everything.
When's the last time we started horrible and showed up great for the regular season?

I'm not chalking up a lot on our season due to last night's game, we're shaking the rust off after not playing football for half of a year, but yeah... I'll give it the preseason before I start making full judgments
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All he did was reach up and pull down a ball like anyone who has played WR should do. None of them did anything to stand out last night but that true for the most of the team. I think this thread might have been better after a few more games.
Hagans didn't get the same thing done. The ball to him was high but he still should have caught it. Hagans dropped what would have been a big gainer.
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Old 08-14-2009, 05:26 PM   #20
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How in the hell can you give someone a grade right now? It's typical to hand out grades at the end of the year, not before it's even started.

FYI Davis matched Kelly's year one production in one game...fumbles or not. It is too soon to say anything about these guys.
Not to hard of a concept to grab. Look at the performance and tell us what u think.
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When's the last time we started horrible and showed up great for the regular season?

I'm not chalking up a lot on our season due to last night's game, we're shaking the rust off after not playing football for half of a year, but yeah... I'll give it the preseason before I start making full judgments
I can't find pre season records, but I am pretty sure at least 2 of our 3 SB's under Gibbs we went either 1-3 or 0-4.
If a coach is using preseason to evaluate individuals, and their comprehension of TC, like I think ours are, it is very hard to win games. I also believe Baltimore came out with an intent of demonstrating their first line D would not suffer by losing Ryan and Scott. Those two philosophies in the same game, does explain part of the 500-196 lopsidedness.

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