whitekb011 Posted August 14, 2010 Share Posted August 14, 2010 Normally do this only for Season Games, but wanted to do this for our men and women overseas who can't watch the game:WR Michael Jenkins, CB Dunta Robinson, S William Moore, S Matt Giordano, DB Brian Williams, RB Jerious Norwood, TE Colin Peek, LB Coy Wire, LB Mike Peterson, WR Harry Douglas, and DT Peria Jerry did not play.Offense:QB: Ryan did not really through a whole bunch of passes, and the OL didn't really give him a lot of time to through (more on that later). Redmond, not bad, servicable back up. John Parker Wilson, performed the best out of the 3 QB's. This is NOT saying he should start, just made more play against the 2nd and 3rd string KC Defense.RB: Turner was strong, very strong. Fast to the hole, power on impact, and drove piles 2-4 yards after contact. Snelling did well, but the guy who caught my eye was Nance. Kid is strong, quick and has good vision. Norwood did not play. Ovie is a BEAST lead blocker. He took a DT and stoned him. We are luck to have him.WR: Roddy dropped two balls that hit him in the hands, clearly a lack of focus. Meirer made some plays, nothing spectacular.TE: Gonzo was solid, but number 81, Palmer, he played fairly well. Not much action from the TE, we ran the ball a lot.OL: We have some work to do hear, and there is a clear drop off in the first string to the second string. The 1st string OL never really gave Ryan or Redmond time to throw, never really a clean pocket. On one play, Ryan got his left knee hit because Baker let his man through. That is not a good sign. Dahl, man this guy just is nasty. I will say they run blocked really well, and on several ocasions, McClure and Blaylock were at the second level on their blocks.Defense:DL: Believe this or not, Jamal Anderson was the fastest off the ball, especially on the inside. He had a very good game, best I've seen him play. I think the light has come on (I know a little late), but he was balling out there. He also had an attitude, which I was glad to see. Beerman (I know not spelled right), was getting off the ball and played well and caused a TO. They guy on the DL who really caught my eye was Sidburry. I don't know what he did in the offseason, but it looks like his legs are bigger and upper body bigger. He was came off the ball and his first two steps are so fast. Incredible burst. Keep in mind Jerry did not play. Strength of the Defense is our DL righ now.LB: Weatherspoon was a non factor, didn't really see him do anything special. Lofton, is a STUD!!!! When he hits head on, he litterally stops all forward momentum from the RB. Nicholas made a couple of good plays and I think he starts. Perterson did not play. Adkins, looks bigger and still just as fast. Bear Woods, I just like seeing that guy on the field.CB: Chevis Jackson had a very nice game and a pick. Domique Franks can tackle, but he did get beat pretty bad on a stutter-and-go by KC #8, ball was overthrown, but would have been an easy TD. Grimes, didn't notice anything. Dunta and Williams out. S: Decoud, man this guy can hit and cover. Nothing really popped out except that Schillenger, made a good pick, and a very good return.Special Teams:KR: Weems had the best return of the night. No fumbles or boched catches. PR: I only think they punted may 3 times, but I only recall Fair Catches.K: I think Bryant gets the job. His leg is stronger than I thought.LS: No bad snaps.Summary: I believe our defense is way ahead of we were last year. I am concered with our first string OL. However, our depth at every position is so much better than before. Our offense needs to work on execution and our no huddle was not impressive. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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