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8/4 & 8/5 Training Camp Observations


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#13 OneBadassCat

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 01:57 PM

I'd love to see a few plays where we put Otah on Peppers and just tell him to run him over.

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 02:11 PM

Does Moore seem to have better chemistry with some receivers more than others? Some have reported that the "Moore2Moore" connection looks good and someone else reported he likes throwing to LaFell. I was wondering if he favors someone more than others? Is he hitting all the tight ends or does he have a favorite?

Thanks to all who report from camp...it is much appreciated!!!

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 02:19 PM

I know their connection was good last pre-season

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 02:21 PM

Does Moore seem to have better chemistry with some receivers more than others? Some have reported that the "Moore2Moore" connection looks good and someone else reported he likes throwing to LaFell. I was wondering if he favors someone more than others? Is he hitting all the tight ends or does he have a favorite?

Thanks to all who report from camp...it is much appreciated!!!


From what I saw, there was a lot of Moore to LaFell connections.

I don't know how to post images, but there is one on Charlotte Observer of Moore giving LaFell a fist pump after a TD reception. It was a good pass and catch.

Moore to Moore though was also evident. But he seemed to favor LaFell on Thursday.

I did see what others report as Clausen checking down to closer WRs and did see a few good dumps by the QBs to RBs out of the backfield as well.

All the TEs were being worked with different groups. Rosario had some good catches but I remember Barnidge getting more of the deeper passes it seemed yesterday. I want to say he caught a good deep one. King as mentioned, caught a crazy one hander in the end zone that had the whole place cheering.

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 03:30 PM

good info here. i'm really stoked to see these guys in action now. especially Lafell and K. Moore. K. Moore knows how to block too though, don't forget about that one play where Smith was about to take it to the house on the Vikings last season and Moore got all the way down field to help Smitty out with a nice block on a corner or safety (not sure which). if I were Fox though, I'd go with the bigger guy anyway, cause a linebacker or defensive lineman could probably lay Kenny Moore out. it's good to hear that K. Moore is finally stepping up to the plate... and perhaps Smith sees K. Moore surpassing him in the near future as the new number one???

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 03:31 PM

Thanks for the info, it is nice to hear that the ball is being spread around quite a bit

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 03:42 PM

good info here. i'm really stoked to see these guys in action now. especially Lafell and K. Moore. K. Moore knows how to block too though, don't forget about that one play where Smith was about to take it to the house on the Vikings last season and Moore got all the way down field to help Smitty out with a nice block on a corner or safety (not sure which). if I were Fox though, I'd go with the bigger guy anyway, cause a linebacker or defensive lineman could probably lay Kenny Moore out. it's good to hear that K. Moore is finally stepping up to the plate... and perhaps Smith sees K. Moore surpassing him in the near future as the new number one???


Let's see if Moore can be a legitimate #3 WR before we talk about him being a #1.

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 03:56 PM

Does Moore seem to have better chemistry with some receivers more than others? Some have reported that the "Moore2Moore" connection looks good and someone else reported he likes throwing to LaFell. I was wondering if he favors someone more than others? Is he hitting all the tight ends or does he have a favorite?


I would say that the establishment of chemistry with WRs not named Smith is wonderful, and it is not equal. The players that Moore needs to succeed will rise above the others. If they let him down, chemistry is lost. If they make him great, chemistry is enhanced.