On the bright side CC Brown looked good.

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  1. LBC_Justin

    LBC_Justin All Pro

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    I kept my eye on the rookie CC Brown and he looked good. Played with a lot of energy and was involved in a lot of plays. I didn't see him every play but I didn't see him make any mistakes.

    Dunta Robinson looked pretty good to. From what I saw he commanded enough respect that they didn't throw much his way.

    :yahoo: A few things to cheer about :yahoo:



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  2. Johnny Utah

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    Our punter looked good also.
     
  3. texasguy346

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    One of the most glaring mistakes Brown made was on a blitz. He had an open lane to the QB, and he dove towards JP only to come up with air. Things like that will happen to a rookie, but his goal line play was impressive and I really like his speed agressiveness.
     
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    It seems like CC Brown was on top of his game definatly.
     
  5. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    I see no one complained about Carr being a pretty boy and messing with his hair during the game. :heh:

    Seriously.. I like our ST coverage.. Bills had a probowl returner back there and what little we kicked off he didn't do much.
     
  6. eriadoc

    eriadoc Texan-American

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    They had Brown coming up into the box early in the game, which left P-Buch without help up top for the first quarter. Moulds and Evans combined for 5 of their 7 total receptions in the first quarter, with at least 3 of them on Buchanon. With no help up top, he had to play off, which opened things up for the curl. So I was encouraged by CC Brown's play, but the trickle-down effect was not good.
     

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