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Positives from today?

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Kickoff defense.

Frank Alexander.

Punt return coverage.

Olsen.

I think that's all we can maybe consider positives.

What a terrible game.

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Thomas Davis, defense was good enough to win. Not great mind you but good enough to win.

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Dwan Edwards had 2 sacks

Louis Murphy looked good

Kickoff coverage was good.

Hurney is one step closer to being fired

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Steve Smith, Thomas Davis, The Edwards, Joe Adams looked exposive. Tolbert did some good things.

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The only positive i can see is i wilL save a couple grand since I am not going to buy tickets to watch this garbage product. Issue exacerbated by the garbage refs.

TD looked great out there though. As did 89.

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No major injuries and the Oline got their jersey dirty.

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Kickoff defense.

Frank Alexander.

Punt return coverage.

Olsen.

I think that's all we can maybe consider positives.

What a terrible game.

also... Murphy is proven... dwill is best at #2...TD and Beason looked good in terms of health...and with aggressive FOCUS we can score quickly!

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Frank Alexander

Smitty

Cam threw for 300 yards in his sleep

Josh Norman is physical

Murphy hung onto the ball

Kicker is still 100% (and he has touchback leg)

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