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#25 Chaos

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Posted 24 December 2011 - 10:49 PM

Cam's 49-yard TD run today was electric, and unbelievable, seeing his breakaway speed for a guy that big. My jaw just dropped on that one.

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Posted 24 December 2011 - 10:57 PM

For me it was the 49- yard sprint to the promise land today. Once he got through the first couple lines of defense I was astonished to see him break away like he did. The two Bucs secondary players struggled to catch up to Cam and it was amusing to watch whoever try to drag him down by his arm before he crossed the goal line.

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Posted 24 December 2011 - 11:04 PM

To me it's easy, and here's why:

Today's LaFell TD for numerous reasons.

He made the throw that everybody said he couldn't make.
He stood in their under duress, read the defense, and made a Prolific throw.

LaFell did the rest, with a little help from Smitty. It was the turning point in the game, the blowout began after that.

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Posted 25 December 2011 - 01:03 AM

Wow @ y'all. Cam Pass to SS when he stiff armed Malcolm Jenkins coming down after the catch and ran for the TD AND roughed up Jenkins?!! HANDS DOWN BEST


I can't argue with that... in fact, you've convinced me. The whole play is like poetry... you see the REAL Steve Smith here. That is one guy who is vertically smaller than me who I would never mess with - I'm intimidated sitting in front of the TV.

And of course, Newton makes the play by staying upright in the collapsing pocket and making a hell of a throw.

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Posted 25 December 2011 - 01:25 AM

Also this play is now our franchise long passing td! the previous was 89 yards way back in 95!


To me it's easy, and here's why:

Today's LaFell TD for numerous reasons.

He made the throw that everybody said he couldn't make.
He stood in their under duress, read the defense, and made a Prolific throw.

LaFell did the rest, with a little help from Smitty. It was the turning point in the game, the blowout began after that.



#30 Car123

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Posted 25 December 2011 - 02:52 AM

I didn't know he was THAT fast. People kept saying he had just average speed..but..maybe hes just so big he looks faster than he really is...like Lebron...either way that was amazing. Love it..


The bigger you are the slower you look

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Posted 25 December 2011 - 03:10 AM

I can't argue with that... in fact, you've convinced me. The whole play is like poetry... you see the REAL Steve Smith here. That is one guy who is vertically smaller than me who I would never mess with - I'm intimidated sitting in front of the TV.

And of course, Newton makes the play by staying upright in the collapsing pocket and making a hell of a throw.


Poetry indeed, but you forgot that amazing suplex by J-Stew on Vilma haha
Lafell TD today was sick too and the Cam's TD run. I like the fake QB draw to Shockey against ATL too.