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Old 07-17-2011   #19
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Default Re: Kareem Jackson's plight.

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Originally Posted by 76Texan View Post
To sum it up, if Schaub had hit Walter in stride, that would have been an easy TD and Hayden would look just like Kareem Jackson.

I'm saying that it makes absolutely no sense to let a receiver release inside without help.
There's just too much ground for a CB to cover, especially when he doesn't know whcih way the ball is going to go; only the offense knows.

I've said before that it doesn't matter if you have Namdi covering that route, he would be at a disadvantage just the same.
(Don't think so? You just wait and see!)
So, basically you're saying if Schaub could learn to hit our receivers in stride, we would have won more games & Walter would look like a legit #2 ?



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