Dont want to get into a play by play analysis (). Here are some observations I had watching tonights practice session. Overall, Id say that there was a little more contact than the practices Ive seen before. Might have been a spillover from some things that happened in the morning session. Domanick Davis Seemed as if he was in mid-season form. Made the decision to go with the zone blocking scheme look like a stroke of genius. Outstanding as a receiver out the backfield. Looked like the best player on the field. Tony Hollings Didnt look substantially bigger & stronger than last season. Had a poor session catching the football. Overpowered often during blitz pickup drill. Jason Anderson Closer in size to DD than Wells, but very put together. Very solid in every aspect (following blocks, catching with his hands rather than his body, positioning & strength in blitz pickup, gunner on punt coverage). Has the type of versatility needed in players at the bottom of the roster. Derick Armstrong Looked much thicker than last season. Reminds me now of JaJuan Thomas. Didnt have a good practice. Fred Weary Looks to be in tremendous shape. I think he gets that this is the year to show hes got what it takes. Dunta Robinson Had never seen Dunta prior to this practice. Can now say that I get why the Texans were so crazy about him. How can someone so small deliver such a blow (thats what 260 lb TE Matt Murphy would like to know)? Answer: positioning, timing, fearlessness. Jason Babin Held his own against Mark Bruener on run plays. Which says a lot to me. Just overpowered most of the FBs & RBs during the blitz pickup drill. Vontez Duff Doesnt have the suddenness (or the hands) associated with a punt returner. Kick returning might fit Duff better. J.J. Moses Judging from this session, still head & shoulders above the other returnmen. Caught everything with his hands, very confident. Still very, very small.