thebigfish at smunet.net
Fri Nov 20 22:33:01 GMT 2009
The fact they improvised - and connected is HUGE. That's the mark of
a great QB - finding the open receiver when the play breaks down. If
can learn to do that consistently - gentlemen there is no way he can
be stopped. Peyton does this all the time....
On Nov 20, 2009, at 3:38 PM, Kristoffer Shields wrote:
> It wasn't a great throw, but like you said at the end there, it was
> a great adjustment. Sparano said today that Bess was the last read
> in the progression, and of course Bess and Henne improvised it.
> That was really good to see from Henne, IMO. That's the kind of
> thing I wasn't sure he was ever going to be able to do---needed a
> first down, the play didn't work, becomes a fire drill....and he
> finds the open guy for a huge first down. A better throw would've
> been ideal, but I was pleased to see some development there
>> From: mroz66 at comcast.net
>> To: dolphins-disc at phins.com
>> Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 13:30:37 -0800
>> Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: bees
>> Love Henne but that was not a great throw. Bess had to turn around
>> to get th
>> ball causing him to fall down. I don't think any WR takes that to
>> the house
>> because of where the ball was thrown, if Henne leads him it is an
>> easy TD.
>> What I was most impressed with on that play was the fact the Bess
>> had the
>> ability to find the open spot in the defense AND that Henne saw
>> what he was
>> doing and got him the ball.
>>> I like Bess and that's great but Dez Bryant would have wound up
>>> in the
>>> endzone on that play.
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