AJ working hard on reducing the drops

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  1. edo783

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    Sportsline article had this about how AJ the others are working on their hands.

    http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/7564002
     
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    The offense was "terrible" in the Dolphins scrimmage? That's the first truly bad assessment I've seen. Everything I've read or watched said both offenses struggled somewhat...but made no mention of either side playing terrible.
     
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    I like his attitude. He is a no talk, show you on the field player. And those are the best.
     
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    I don't think that there was any question that both defenses were ahead of the offenses at this point in the preseason. Prisco was being too harsh, but overall I agree with his assessment:
    I think that Wand will need some help against the upper echelon pass rushers early on. On the flip side, I think Pitts & Wand will develop into a top run blocking tandem. With Wade & Wiegert on the other side, opponents won't be able to cheat against the run.

    As far as AJ is concerned, he looks much better catching the football in the 2 times I've seen him. Did anyone see on the local news (Chan. 11?) that one-handed catch Gaffney made on a Carr bullet over the middle. That was impressive.
     
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    On I believe Sportingnews.com they have a bit on AJ listed under something I like and think we should adopt for him. The heading is:

    The Silent Assassin


    Seems to say it right to me. :headbang:
     
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    I thought that was Bradford, but yes, it was impressive.
     

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