Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Trail.Blazr, Oct 3, 2011.
1 play yesterday gave me the heebies....
You know the one.
But the Casey Copter knows how to make a landing. I think he learned the takeoff from Peyton Hillis.
He needs to keep his freakin' feet on the ground. One of the first things you learn in football is to keep your feet. Well, players used to learn that, anyway.
Just thank god that he was down before he fumbled...
I've been telling the wife the past couple weeks something was going to happen when he does his spinning moves. It wasn't a spin this time, but he was still trying to get more than what he could. Casey's been doing a great job and hopefully he can continue, but please protect that rock.
I didn't quite comprehend the reason for that jump. Fortunately, he's got better hands than Sage. It could have been a very costly play.
yeah he needs to stop that before he gets seriously hurt. The only time you do that is when points are involved i.e. a goalline TD.
The only positive thing out of the play was that he took a defender out (not that I wish injuries on anyone).
Casey plays with everything he has. He is becoming 1 of my favorite Texans.
Casey was just trying to clown Polomalu worse than Foster.... too big a step up in competition this early Casey!
i'm pretty sure he wasnt. the ball looked out on the replays to me, he was just fortunate to get the call - as well as recover the football.
Pretty weak comparison in pretty much every aspect except that they both jumped in the air.
he looked down to me, i believe his back or elbow had touched before the ball comes loose.
When Casey jumped I didn't think of rosy.
I just thought about how ugly it looked and said to my friend that he needs to leave that move alone.
If you're referring to James Harrison, that was Duane Brown out blocking for him that about took Harrison's head off.
Which reminds me, Duane is having a great year so far. I think he's only given up one sack, right? And that was kind of a busted play, iirc.
Anywho, props DB!
Hell yeah it did! Knocked him loopy and he couldn't see clearly out of his right eye afterwards. All I kept thinking about was when that dude got his eye knocked out of his head in the movie Any Given Sunday.....
And speaking of.....
Any chance we could ever give him the rock to go up top on 1 yarder?
Yeah, he needs to stop taking off. He gained maybe 1 yard and put himself at risk of injury and of coughing it up. Go down, live to fight another day, and hold onto the ball.
Me either. It seemed if he would have just put his shoulder down and try to stay in bounds there was a little room to gain a couple more yards on the ground.
Dude was just playing hard and was trying to fight for more yards I suspect.
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