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Old 09-20-2005, 11:00 PM   #31
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Re: Brunell key to VICTORY!

Originally Posted by Ramseyfan
Those were some damn fine passes from Brunell to Moss. He threw one of them into double coverage, but he read it perfectly and saw that Moss was going to beat the DBs. There is no question that Brunell's stock rose dramatically. I hope that we can see more of those in the coming weeks.

I just wonder, where was that Brunell during the first three quarters? If he can play anything close to what he played like in the last four minutes throughout an entire game (or even a half), he'll be a stud and take us into the playoffs.

We tried to stick with the running game and keep things as well balanced as possible.....in the fourth quarter....we abandoned the run altogether and the Cowboys dared us to beat them in the are. They just didn't realize we were capable of doing so....neither did we know either!
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Old 09-20-2005, 11:42 PM   #32
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Re: Brunell key to VICTORY!

The theory behind getting the big play recievers is to get some coverage down the field to open up the ground attack. 3 quarters of dink and dunk brought them all inside and left williams in coverage on moss. williams is good, but moss has the burners. You would think though, that if guys were stacking the box from the beginning that we would rip a few off early to back the off so we could go back to being balanced, but I'm not a coach.
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