since68andcounting Posted September 19, 2010 Share Posted September 19, 2010 I had the binocs on Harry the entire route. He eased up at about the 20, as if he didn't think the ball was coming his way. When he saw Ryan airing it out, he tried to run under it, but it was too late. That ball was perfectly thrown. Had HD stuck with his route, it would have been six points, and alot of the questions about vertical routes and arm strength would have settled down for awhile.In the scheme of things today it didn't matter. But this is exactly the type thing we can't afford to screw up in a tight game. It's also something that we need to attempt more than once (or zero times) a game. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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