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xav8tor

Member Since 03 Jan 2012
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In Topic: lets hear it for bersin

21 December 2014 - 05:49 PM

i noticed that as well. you can tell watching it, esp. in slow motion, that he decides at the last moment to land with the ball on the ground and it wasn't to break his fall. very smart play on his part.
 

 

Yep, in slo mo, there's no doubt that was an intentional move.  Smart play by a solid player with a great story.  Keep him and see how much we can develop him.


In Topic: Now That We've Won, Let's Collectively Marvel At Norman's Incred...

21 December 2014 - 05:38 PM

I knew Benjamin was gonna come back behind him and knock the ball out... He had no idea he was behind him.

 

One word: Jumbotron.  It can be useful not only between plays, but during them.  Saw a guy take it all the way today using the Jumbo like a rearview mirror.  

 

Better yet, give 'em all Google Glass or some HUD like device with selectable live feeds from the all  22 and let the OC call out open receivers, etc., the DC direct the secondary, all from the booth and the QB/MLB should be mic'd to all their players.  That would be fun.  Somebody could have yelled at Norman to tuck it.  If they want to change the rules to make the game more exciting, that's the way to go.  I'm not kidding.  I would like to see this.  

 

One exception:  Cam's helmet headset would need am STFU kill switch if you know what I mean.


In Topic: Now That We've Won, Let's Collectively Marvel At Norman's Incred...

21 December 2014 - 04:14 PM

Norman and Brown both have a lot of upside in their respective positions, and are already performing well.  However, much of their play has been negated by immaturity, cockiness, and an occasional inopportune lack of attention to Football 101 techniques.  It's on the coaching staff to get their player's heads straight.  I hope that happens...quickly.


In Topic: Greg Olsen is a baller

15 December 2014 - 10:49 AM

Walls and Olsen are both great.  I agree with others that there are subtle differences in their styles though.  If you sift out the differences in the type of QB and offense the two had/have, it seems like Olsen has a bit more of WR in him, while Walls had these huge hands that always seemed to make critical catches while being mauled in the RZ and end zone.

 

BTW, Walls is still in CLT.  There's a pic around here on the forum of him at a practice talking with Olsen and Shockey.


In Topic: Panthers at Vikings Gameday Thread

30 November 2014 - 01:52 PM

What the heck is going on with these clowns?

 


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