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Atlfanstckndenver

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  1. When I was watching him last night I was thinking about how his running style must make it difficult for him to shake defenders laterally without losing his strength /balance as a runner. Similar to how Jerious Norwood was, Coleman is in a lot of ways a sprinting gyroscope out there. You've got to keep him moving to keep that balance. Despite everybody viewing Coleman strictly as a speed back you couldn't find a more downhill style runner. Granted he isn't exactly built to be your prototype downhill style runner, but at some point you've got to let him be him. I feel like I saw him try to get extra yards out of a few runs last night by being selective with where he was going to go when the play looked like it was closing down on him. It basically resulted in him kinda just stuttering to a slowed pace and getting tackled. He is what he is and as long as we can continue to get better at utilizing his abilities he is a very dangerous asset out of the backfield. I'm not sure about all of those wide stretch plays and tosses against a defense like Seattle's, but I know what they were trying to do with them at least.
  2. After that first late/low hit he went off on the refs.
  3. Dallas takes so much pride in that offensive line. If there was one way to really stick it in Jerry's craw, it was by absolutely running the train on his qb with sack after sack.
  4. I would like to cough it up to human nature......................
  5. These are the types of things that can come back full circle though too though. **** was that a physical game overall.
  6. Add that to the list of occasions where Matt's use of that brace has saved our skin.
  7. He has been battling through a lot. It might be time for him to take it easy and be careful until further notice. The one thing i would like to see from Coleman is a little more creativity in knowing when to leave his feet to finish the run. I love his hard nosed finishing style, but there are occasions where he could keep the play moving with a little more vision and anticipation. Just nit picking here.
  8. Boy once that ball gets rolling its pretty hard to stop i guess. I need everybody to quit perpetuating all of the name calling around here. Please....
  9. It's a fair comparison overall, but if you took both of them at their best/healthiest I'll still take Baker. Sambrailo is an athletic and versatile lineman. On paper he's actually a perfect swing tackle. My hope is that the backup role will give him a chance to get his body right while still providing some decent depth.
  10. The biggest thing I need to see from Sark is gamesmanship play calling. Coaches like Andy Reid, Kyle Shanahan, Josh McDaniels all make a living off of not just knowing what the right play call is, but when the right time to use it is. Timing is everything when it comes to play calling.
  11. With McKinley and Crawford looking the way they, Derek Shelby flashing again went relatively unnoticed. He looked pretty good out there too. In the end all of these guys are collectively raising the bar with every single snap, practice and game. The culture and environment of competition has already surpassed anything we saw under the Mike Smith regime. Especially when it comes to the pass rush.
  12. Don't they separate game pass into preseason and regular-season packages? It's been a long time since I used any of that but I thought I remembered those being considered separate purchases.
  13. Yes. Shanahan moving on to San Francisco was 1000% necessary imo. Granted that's in hindsight.
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