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Old 03-06-2012   #153
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(3rd and 8) Harris, J. rush for loss of 3 yards to the GT22.
03:03

(4th and 11) Harris, J. pass incomplete to Streeter, T..

Streeter lined up just outside the left numbers and ran a decent fade route (about 25 yards, close to where the normal fade is usually ran.)

He had a decent stem inside, but also could have done a little better (a little more accentuation on the stem). He didn't press the CB hard enough, perhaps he should plant his foot harder to get a little better seperation.

The QB threw the ball at about 27-28 yards.
So one guy (the receiver) maybe was expecting a back shoulder fade while the QB threw the ball in the fade forward fashion.

It's close enough to be undecided as to who was at fault or it could be just a miscommunication. This is an area where I must confess only a real scout can give a true account.
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