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Ted ginn
Posted by: JasonGuess ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:02AM

Ted just dropped another one. I believe thats three in two games. I'm a big fan of his but he isnt terrel owens he cant afford all these drops. i dont know if he is just thinking big play after the catch and taking his eye off the ball or what. Also it seems like evrytime he catches the ball over ten yards he is jumping. With Pennington's accuracy it seems unlikely this is neccesary.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: Miami Reppa ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:10AM

well with penningtons lack of velocity their is no excuse to drop a pass. I can see if it was farve and he threw a lazer and you couldnt control it but chad their is no excuse. Im sorry.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: NJ Dolfan ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:16AM

Seems like the problem that these recievers all had back in training camp with dropping all the passes has come bac on Ginn in a big way.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: Miami Reppa ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:20AM

you see that catch by D.Bess, now thats how you pull a football down over the shoulder. And that was a difficult catch.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: Miami Reppa ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:24AM

you see that catch by fasano... thats how you pull in a football.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: samsam3738 ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:29AM

Fasano missed the block on that bess screen......Fasano blocks and bess is off to the races. It happens i guess. Fasano is a guy i have no problem with.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: noetic ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:31AM

Who is our receivers coach and why isn't his foot in Ginn's ass by now?

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: eesti ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:32AM

JasonGuess Wrote:
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> Ted just dropped another one. I believe thats
> three in two games. I'm a big fan of his but he
> isnt terrel owens he cant afford all these drops.
> i dont know if he is just thinking big play after
> the catch and taking his eye off the ball or what.
> Also it seems like evrytime he catches the ball
> over ten yards he is jumping. With Pennington's
> accuracy it seems unlikely this is neccesary.

That's what you want. Catching the ball at the highest point. Overall he has been pretty reliable and shown good hands. You people are never happy.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: JasonGuess ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:34AM

I dont know if Ginn was one of the guys who had a drop problem in preseason. the WR coach is Dorrel. A guy Ive heard is really good.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: Anonymous User ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:36AM


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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: Anonymous User ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:42AM

The announcer just said exactly what I was thinking. Ted Ginn doesn't wait for the hole to open up on returns. He just cuts it to the outside every play. May have worked in college, but this is the NFL.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: samsam3738 ()
Date: November 30, 2008 09:46AM

ghotirule Wrote:
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> The announcer just said exactly what I was
> thinking. Ted Ginn doesn't wait for the hole to
> open up on returns. He just cuts it to the
> outside every play. May have worked in college,
> but this is the NFL.


I remember mark higgs used to wait for the hole to develop very well.......It was like he was in pause then exploded throught the hole.
Saw it many times.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: eesti ()
Date: December 01, 2008 04:20AM

I like Ginn ok but he reminds me of Tony Martin. Good receiver but not strong enough. He needs to put on about 15 lbs in the off season and toughen up. More upper body and lower body strength. He goes down on first contact too often. He should watch some tape of Hines Wards or something. Talk about tough. The guy is missing an ACL in his knee and has since before college.

Steve Tasker was saying when a Returner starts getting major playing time as a WR, he becomes useless as a KR or PR.

Ginn did not look good this week on returns. He is too quick to run out of bounds and always does the same thing. Instead of trying to cut it inside, he runs for the sidleine every time.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: greg woulf ()
Date: December 01, 2008 04:39AM

Ginn is a great returner, one week doesn't equal bad.

Two weeks ago he returned one for a TD that got called back by a useless foul. He's always a threat, even with a bad ST unit around him.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: Rgphin ()
Date: December 01, 2008 05:17AM

Ginn will be alright. He just needs experience thats all. Its not like its his 10th year in the league.

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Re: Ted ginn
Posted by: eesti ()
Date: December 01, 2008 05:38AM

greg woulf Wrote:
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> Ginn is a great returner, one week doesn't equal
> bad.
>
> Two weeks ago he returned one for a TD that got
> called back by a useless foul. He's always a
> threat, even with a bad ST unit around him.

Devin Hester is a great returner. Ginn has been impressive but I never said he was bad anyway. He is far better than Bess.

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