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Old 09-11-2012   #203
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Default Re: The improbable improvement of Kareem Jackson

Like I said, overall the Miami game was a decent one for Kareem. He did more good than bad.


Among the good was this:



Well I'll be, he turned to locate the ball, how 'bout that. You can't overstate the importance of turning to locate the ball. Because he did so in this instance, he was not called for PI even though he bumped into Hartline. When you turn to locate the ball, you are given more leeway if contact occurs, because you have just as much right to the ball as the receiver, provided that you turn your head to locate the ball.


Among the few bad things he did this game was this, which should be old hat to all Texans fans:

(Two views of the same play)





For the past two seasons Texans fans have been subjected to far too much of the latter (not to mention Faggins and Reeves having that same shortcoming) and not enough of the former.

We need more of the former, and less of the latter.

The Miami game was a good start, so on to the next game...
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