Discussion in 'Texans Talk Archive' started by BullPenPhotos, Jul 28, 2006.
Pics from today training camp have been posted...
Training Camp Pics
Nice picks bullpen you even caught me in a couple of them.
Great pictures once again. One of the most surprising to me was this one:
It looks as though they've put TJ on one heck of a weight loss program. He looks to be in much better shape than he was during minicamp.
Mike Sherman and Gary Kubiak. Hopefully a coaching tandem for the ages.
I don't get why Kubiak is wearing a sweatshirt though. Can't he tell it's hot out there?
Very nice, as always.
Is it me or does it look like Dunta is losing his shorts? He needs to tie that draw string
That'll be tough, since Sherman might be gone after as little as one year. Maybe one hit wonders.
you can't tell who is taking who to school in still pics. They may be working on underneath techniques or shading a receiver to the inside or any number of things in practice sessions.
Who is this with his hands full of Super Mario?
Now that's what Carr needs in front him for the future:
that looks like Wiegart.
I noticed the defense practice jerseys of last regime are gone. Also, looks like Kubiak is taking a more hands on approach to TJ.
Wow...that pic has made my day...
Note to self...must save this photo...
I'm going to get fired. I just viewed every picture....in about 30 minutes.
Well...Since I was down there this morning taking these pictures and just started back at my job on Monday...
May I add that frankly, a person can't always tell what he is seeing watching live unless he knows the answer to these and similar questions either. In addition, people in the stands don't know what a coach told a specific player to work on.
For instance a DB may be told to change his footwork for better balance and not to worry so much about covering the receiver for a series of plays. The coach may see the DB improving his footwork and give him positive marks for practice, while the fans in the stands seeing the same player getting beat twice and draws a different conclusion - he was owned all morning yada yada yada.
Ha, you don't really have a job, do you?
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