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Old 12-04-2017, 09:31 AM   #11
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Not the first time Hill has fumbled either. You fumble ... have a seat. Games are too important for costly turnovers and the competition gets harder every week.
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6) Unger hustles

Check out Brandon Coleman who sprang not one but two blocks separated by 60 yards on that 70+ yard Ingram bust out run

he makes the key secondary block then runs hard to make a second once getting Mark another 10 yards

even Troy Aikman noticed
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Not the first time Hill has fumbled either. You fumble ... have a seat. Games are too important for costly turnovers and the competition gets harder every week.
Smart football - you have the first and you are tied, up go down
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6) Unger hustle

Check out Brandon Coleman who sprang not one but two blocks separated by 60 yards on that 70+ yard Ingram bust out run

he makes the key secondary block then runs hard to make a second once getting Mark another 10 yards
He's been one hell of a blocker all training camp/subsequent games. Just about every big run made by MI or Kamara this season, Brandon has been involved in a seal block to give those backs a running lane.
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He's been one hell of a blocker all training camp/subsequent games. Just about every big run made by MI or Kamara this season, Brandon has been involved in a seal block to give those backs a running lane.
Coleman used to look lazy on and off the field. Now he looks pumped up to play ball and knock people down. And he started catching contested balls.......I wonder if Curtis Johnson had anything to do with his emergence as a strong well rounded player? He looked amped on the side line after every play. I'm beginning to consider eating crow regarding him hitting his ceiling.
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Johnson definitely helped him.
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6) Unger hustles

Check out Brandon Coleman who sprang not one but two blocks separated by 60 yards on that 70+ yard Ingram bust out run

he makes the key secondary block then runs hard to make a second once getting Mark another 10 yards

even Troy Aikman noticed
Coleman was a real bright spot in the game for me. He really is a ferocious blocker but most imlortantly he is one of the few Saints who can catch a short pass, break a tackle and get yards. We need a WR to step up. Or Kmara's gotta run some actual WR routes like fades, corner and post routes. Reggie sure did.
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Re: What we learned from the Saints' 31-21 win over the Panthers

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Snead is coming around.
That can be huge down the stretch when teams will gameplan more and more for Kamara. Snead 'll kill them underneath.
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Scam likes to dress up?

That's Gold right there, still laughing.
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