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Old 08-14-2013   #97
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Default Re: Post-Preseason Wk 1; Tj or Case?

Honestly all this focus on him being a UDFA is pointless. Would have mattered his rookie season but this is his second year and that means the team re-signed him. In other words, his draft status means little to nothing at this point. The team liked something they saw in him to bring him back again and giving him more reps now than previously. So he earned whatever he's getting right at this moment.

Height also means little if you don't go through your progressions to utilize that vision you have of the field. Yates has been inconsistent in this aspect thus far though improve as the game went on. Despite his height he had passes batted down for a reason. He tends to lock onto a target and do the stare down.

So folks should focus more on what these two brings to the table in their skillset and understanding of the system. In the end I just want the best person for the job in case Schaub goes down though in truth I doubt either would be called upon to 'lead' the team in a way that we rely on them heavily. You're more likely to see more ball control and pounding the rock.

Both had solid games and it's better to have two choices than none.
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