DOLPHINS: I knew I liked Camarillo (first game thoughts)
ldouglas at gmail.com
Sun Nov 16 21:57:18 GMT 2008
On Sun, Nov 16, 2008 at 4:20 PM, John Murphy <rhino.murf at gmail.com> wrote:
> Quiet all day, but Camarillo catching that tipped pass in the 4th quarter
> was big. Was that his first catch?
IIRC - yes - Cobbs was the intended but Camarillo was right behind him
to catch the tip. Pennington - to have the stones to throw into that
tight of coverage with that degree of accuracy - the tip was a real
athletic play by the defender
> Ginn the receiver had a nice day, lots of catches, several of them clutch.
> And that reverse was beautiful.
> I'm pretty sure I saw some catches for 1st down on 3rd and long, that's
> always good to see.
yeah - they seemed to be running a lot of routes for him over the
middle - away from Asomugha
> When Ronnie Brown fumbled after a nice wildcat run it seemed to put a damper
> on the offense; I really had the feeling they were about to really sieze the
> game right there. First big negative out of the wildcat that I can
I think so too for that part of the game, but again after we went up
14-5 - we let them tear up the field (esp thanks to that massive PI
call) and they got a lot of momentum back.
Our kick coverage has to be our #1 priority in the offseason - whether
it's new coaching or new players. This cannot continue. I know return
TDs are up leaguewide, but still.
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