Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by badboy, Oct 16, 2011.
That was an AJ play against Reed for a TD. Props when it is due!
I think I need to get my eyes checked.
I'm man enough to admit when I'm wrong. That was far from a sloppy route. Now lets see it on a consistent basis.
he'll follow it up with 3-4 bad games
good job tho.
I acturally ask my daughter if it was really #12 on that jersey! lol She just laughed and said "yes Mom, JJ made the TD." I'm still stunned.
Meh. He made a play that most WRs should make. He had seperation on Reed and the throw was in the right spot.
Sorry for being a debbie downer but the dude needs to string together some good plays/games for me to compliment him. In my opinion, he still blows.
So in short....he is still far from AJ in my book.
He's now one big play away from reaching his yearly quota.
Lets just be happy he caught it.
I know I've been drinking today, but is this the same guy I've watched for the past 4 years?
And an 18 yard reception. Go JJ, Go JJ! Earn that paycheck.
now...that last 3rd down conversion was a good play.
You need to watch the route he ran. And at the end he broke to the back of end zone. That was a very good play.
Ok, ok. Ill give it a closer watch. Im still gonna low brow the video while I watch it and say negative things under my breath no matter what I see though.
Im like an old man when discussing emo kids. Nothing said will convince me of their worth.
Still, the JJ12 of last week wouldn't have caught that one.
JJ is good on deep routes where he can adjust to a ball in the air. He is not good on timing routes where precision is important
Lots of credit to Jacoby. The defense doesn't respect him so we don't get other benefits that we get when Andre's in there, but he made plays today. He ran routes properly, he made third down catches, and he had the beautiful TD play.
"jacoby jones is a between the 20's playmaker". "you have to get him in a catch and run situation or play action over the top".
the only thing that happened this week is that we used jacoby to his strength on one big play. if not for signing derrick mason, we're lucky to have 3 points this week because those 3rd down tight route plays by mason and walter simply dont happen with jacoby as the primary target. i said the same about slaton and i'm repeating myself here with jacoby. i dont mind the re-signing ... but these are specialty players.
as a major target, jacoby is an absolute waste. as a rusher, slaton is an absolute waste. screens, slants, and play action posts to jacoby are where he can use his natural talents to be a homerun threat. screens, draws, and motions are where slaton can use his natural talents to be a homerun threat.
we saw both jacoby's today ... the athletic post route beating ed reed. and we saw him taking a dive along with several horrible routes.
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