cheesefrog at usa.net
Mon Nov 30 15:05:41 GMT 2009
Agreed, there's rarely a reason to get worried about one game. Every QB has a
bad one now and then, and it was only his eighth start. But it was clearly
his worst game to date. And there were quite a few balls sailing on him in
the second half, for whatever reason. If it's because he's under pressure,
well then I guess he needs to get used to that. It's in his job description.
I'm sure he learned some lessons in this game. And maybe the fact that teams
keep beating us with top receivers is not lost on the guys in the war room.
It was just a shame to lose this one. .500 is looking pretty slim right now.
------ Original Message ------
From: Patrick McLaughlin <pluvlaw at hotmail.com>
> I for one am not too concerned about his play yesterday. He made some great
throws that were dropped (I'll give you one guess on who dropped a very nice
deep post throw). Tasker kept making a big deal about his throws "sailing,"
but that seemed to happen when the pocket collapsed to the point that he could
not properly step into the throw. Hell, that one INT he threw where the DL
grabbed his shoulder and turned him was impressive as hell. That was all arm
to get it out as far as he threw it. It was a really weird game, as the OL
went from dominating in the run attack to not being able to run at all and
certainly not being able to protect a pocket. It was utterly baffling why
they didn't roll Henne out or run some quick slants to negate that pass rush.
All in a all, a pooper of a game.
> Between this game and my fantasy season crumbling in shambles, I owe a great
deal of gratitude to my Gamecocks. Without their win Saturday, I'd be a
> BTW, me and several buddies are headed to Atlantic City this week. First
time I've ever been. Anyone got and suggestions or warnings, let me have
> Patrick, getting down verbally...
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