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Zod

Pssssst.... Hey David......

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Feeling good about Sunday? Great.

Things get harder from here on out. You are now on tape and considered a threat. For the first time ever, NFL defensive coaches consider you a real threat. Cornerbacks and Safeties will sit around and watch your every play closely in the film room. They will figure out your tendencies, take away your strengths and exploit your weaknesses.

If ever there was a time to work even harder, its now.

Love,

Zod

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maybe he will ask for help by not asking for help and smitty will help him.

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I said this last night. He had an awesome game but no one owned any film on him. This is where you make the move to be a Colston or a Colbert

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maybe he will ask for help by not asking for help and smitty will help him.

Smitty was one of the first to come up and congratulate him after those catches.

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Yup, he's got a great head fake, but he will have to follow through with it from time to time for them to keep biting.

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The good news is that as long as we keep him lined up to Smitty's side with Smitty in the slot in a 3 wide set, they will have to decide who to double, one or the other but not both. He will still get single coverage and his skills are speed and size which still gives corners and safeties trouble. The best bet they have is jam him off the line but once he gets up to speed he can run right by folks.

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Good grief man... this is where all the negativity comes from on here. Straight from the top. :D

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He is the best route runner I have seen on this team in a long time. The little head fakes, extra steps, and all the other little intricacies of body language make all the difference

Kudos to Tyke Tolbert.

Kudos for the O-line and backs for giving enough time to for the routes to develop.

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Good grief man... this is where all the negativity comes from on here. Straight from the top. :D

You may want to look up and see what negativity means

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I was very impressed with the way he ran his routes and how he set guys up...he played like a veteran. Lafell impressed me too...it's like the light came on at the same time for these guys, even though lafell's was much dimmer before this game. Gettis seems like he gets it...he has done nothing but improve since day one.

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