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Gonna disagree with you there. Scheme or not, 4.5/6 speed is not going to keep you pace for pace with many NFL wideouts. Bradberry was bailed out.

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Bradberry was getting his ass handed to him in the first half and fought back and had a great game

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Jeffrey took that man to school.  I'm not concerned, ish happens, but it was bad.  Good thing for us is we don't play any receiver as good as Jeffrey for awhile.  And by awhile, I mean until we play Evans in 2 weeks and Brown in 3 weeks.

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2 minutes ago, Matthias said:

He's not the most talented corner to be sure.  It frustrates me when I see the ball is thrown his way, and he has his back to it.  Yet all that said, he has plenty of grit.  He got beat baaaaaaaaaaaaaad by Alshon at the end there.  To have the mindset to say "F-it" and get that pass interference call, in that situation, bravo!!!!!  As a football fan, I actually have mixed feelings about it, but what he did was absolutely fair and within the rules.  As a Panther fan, I cheer for this brother!!!!!!!!!  Great play!

 

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Gonna disagree with you there. Scheme or not, 4.5/6 speed is not going to keep you pace for pace with many NFL wideouts. Bradberry was bailed out.

He runs sub 4.5, the issue is that they play the CBs too soft with 10 yds off the line.

Need to play more press in zone and man.

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Yeah, Bradberry isn't great but he is a good CB that lines up against the best WR we face. We just need a pass rush to make him look better.

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He’s fine. Had an off day for sure, but generally he does well.

Helped key in on that critical PBU prior to Cam’s game winning drive.

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2 minutes ago, Mage said:

Jeffrey took that man to school.  I'm not concerned, ish happens, but it was bad.  Good thing for us is we don't play any receiver as good as Jeffrey for awhile.  And by awhile, I mean until we play Evans in 2 weeks and Brown in 3 weeks.

and Jeffrey is one of the best receivers in the game.  There's not a lot of shame in struggling against him.

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Where were the Safety(ies) that should have been playing deep middle? That’s the problem.

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His best play was the PBU on 3 and 10 to stop the drive that allowed us to go on to score the game winning TD.  He got beat a lot today by a top WR in this league. But he made up for it when it counted

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Nothing to celebrate about his performance today.  He was a huge reason the defense gave up 17 points early and Jeffrey isn't a burner, so it should've been a more reasonable cover for him...  but it wasn't.  

I have reached my limit with him.  Sure, he showed grit and bounced back for that deflection from Jeffrey late, but again, he gave up a TON today.  And he has zero ball skills.  ZERO.

Now that we have what appears to be a legit shutdown corner developing in Jackson, we really need to look into a solid cover corner at the #2, bc as long as Bradberry is there, they're gonna pick on him.  Gettleman's outstanding drafting abilities continue to appreciate for us...

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Just now, Toomers said:

Where were the Safety(ies) that should have been playing deep middle? That’s the problem.

Interestingly enough, I thought we were playing our safeties deep for most of the game today, allowing those quick slants in the middle of the field.  I don't blame the coaching staff too much for not having a safety back there on that play, but it's kind of ironic to me.

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people are going to poo on bradberry, but good lord alshon was making circus catches and wentz was making perfect throws.

3 or 4 times today I said "nothing you can do there."

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