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Old 07-23-2009   #21
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Default Re: AJ On The Toughest DB He Has Ever Faced

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In the first half, the only one time Schaub went to AJ, their DB was called for pass inteference.

A couple of times, MS looked at AJ, but there were safety help over the top.
Actually, one of those times, if MS just went ahead with AJ, he would find him open on a crossing route in the end zone for a highly possible TD.

Very early in the second half, Namdi had safety help, but AJ still got open on a fly route along the sideline.
Too bad, Brown got beat right off the bat by his man, ang MS was sacked.
That would have been an easy TD there.

Later, AJ was open for at least 15 yds, but MS saw AD deeper, and went that way, but the pass was incomplete.

In the 4th qtr, MS went to AJ but the ball was way low.
Then came two consecutive completions to AJ.

Later, AJ was open in the end zone but MS threw an incomplete pass to Walter.

Then MS threw into double coverage for an INT.
He might have a chance over the top to the outside instead; if not, it would just be an incomplte pass, but he made another poor decision.

It was just a bad day for Schaub!
And nothing to do with Asomugha covering AJ.
Good post. How about half a chicken nugget?
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Good post. How about half a chicken nugget?


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