DOLPHINS: and goodnight Pat White
ldouglas at gmail.com
Sun Jan 3 22:28:20 GMT 2010
well, apparently white was also a senior bowl/workout warrior in terms
of his ability to handle the pro passing game
On 1/3/10, D.P. Frog <ratranch at hotmail.com> wrote:
> What I think you gotta ask yourself is, at 170 -180 lbs Pat has been on the
> fragile side
> with neither the stature or skill sets of a starting Quarterback, nor the
> size of a running back
> was this experiment worth a 2nd round pick?
> Is Pat fast enough to consider as a receiver? As we may be over populated at
> that position with approximately same skill sets
> just a thought
>> From: clark.m.s at gmail.com
>> Date: Sun, 3 Jan 2010 16:49:50 -0500
>> To: dolphins-disc at phins.com
>> Subject: Re: DOLPHINS: and goodnight Pat White
>> On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 3:32 PM, Kristoffer Shields
>> <kms223 at hotmail.com>wrote:
>> > I have a feeling those were the only 5 or so plays in the game plan for
>> > White. He probably wasn't ready to run any others.
>> I don't buy that.
>> Despite his usually limited use, a backup has to be ready for a good chunk
>> of the game plan. Maybe not the entire playbook, but certainly more than a
>> handful of plays.
>> Maybe I'm wrong, but I see him as a specialty player (WildPat) that didn't
>> pan out. Yes, I know he's just a rookie that got very sparse playing time,
>> but I haven't even seen a glimmer of potential. Of course, I haven't seen
>> every single game this season, but I see him as another John Beck (wrt
>> living up to expectations).
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