cheesefrog at usa.net
Mon Nov 23 03:38:39 GMT 2009
Like you said, it was a great play but not a great throw. Nobody scores on
that throw because it was behind. Then again, a lot of guys don't make the
catch at all. It was my first time seeing Henne in person, and I walked away
impressed. He was a lot more smooth and mobile than what I remember from
college. Nice velocity on the throws, too.
Santa, if you're listening... put a couple of stud receivers under Henne's
tree for Christmas.
------ Original Message ------
From: "Rick" <mroz66 at comcast.net>
> 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.
> > ddave
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