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Thorrez

White getting some pff love

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His(White's) on field awareness, read and reaction was great. He is aggressive and will get burnt a few times. i like the guy and already expect the coaching staff to feel more confidence in him than Norman.

Great to see him get some notice as he was a highlight along with the suprising Lester who was really active.

He had the best cb performance I have witnessed from a Panther in 4 years...including Gamble, who I know QBs threw away from..but never really saw him make a play that Chris Harris didnt create with a fumble.

Also I do not think it is a coincidence that our secondary was stable without Godfrey biting on every run fake and play action. Godfrey's injury may be a blessing in disguise as Godfrey has been the one constant in blown coverages and poor reaction to seemingly the simplist pass plays.

Not one incident CBs and safties pointing at each other in anger.

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Is he that good or did the Giants make him that good?

Ask me again after we face Larry Fitzgerald.

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It's not like he didn't cover good WR's last week.

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It's not like he didn't cover good WR's last week.

Agreed. Just sayin'...

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Agreed. Just sayin'...

Cant worry about a receiver if the ball never makes it out of the QBs hands.

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I counted at least 3 of the sacks against NYG as coverage sacks because it seemed like Manning had time to scan the field before getting swallowed up by a collapsing pocket.

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I counted at least 3 of the sacks against NYG as coverage sacks because it seemed like Manning had time to scan the field before getting swallowed up by a collapsing pocket.

 

it was more of a collective effort than people are giving it credit for.

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