DOLPHINS: TMQ on Ginn
pluvlaw at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 28 01:11:44 GMT 2009
I thought Armando had a good point today. Screw it...relegate Ginn to punt and kickoff returns. Let him a) do what he was best at, maybe regaining some confidence. And to that I would add b) get the shit knocked out of him some. Maybe that will remind him he ain't China (the crockery, not the country).
Patrick, getting down verbally...
> Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 21:04:57 -0400
> From: ldouglas at gmail.com
> To: dolphins-disc at phins.com
> Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: TMQ on Ginn
> watching Playbook today on NFL Network and Billick who apparently
> isn't a fan of the Wildcat mentions how in a QB driven league, we had
> no room for errors when we play running game/defense. He actually said
> he applauded us for doing what we're doing in the absence of a passing
> game, but essentially that we wouldn't go far
> wrt the Wildcat and what NO did to neutralize it - they basically
> started blitzing their corners from the edge which neutralized our
> decisions to take Wildcat runs to the sidelines every time. And
> despite what I was assuming, there was a deep zone looking out for the
> elusive pass, though they wouldn't stand a chance if a) Ginn could
> catch and b) he was sent on a 9 route on every Wildcat play.
> Wonder if the Jets will start to blitz their corners next week
> On 10/27/09, Josh Liller <joshism1981 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=easterbrook/091027
> > "Indeed, if the super-highly-paid Ginn would simply catch the passes that
> > hit his hands, Miami might be 4-2, rather than 2-4."
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