The Don™ Posted October 24, 2010 Share Posted October 24, 2010 1. The key is to get all of our guys healthy. This especially goes for Dunta, DeCoud, Spoon, and Ovie(which I didn't even realize that he went out in the first quarter and didn't return). I saw that Dunta was cleared to play today, but his knee didn't allow him to play. DeCoud was listed as questionable after he was evaluated, so he should be fine. Let's also hope that Spoon's knee and Ovie's hammy are gonna be good to go two weeks from today...2. Another key is to keep working on the down field passing. I liked what I saw today from Mularkey's play calling, and the players executed too. The OL blocked fairly well whenever Ryan was looking to pass deep, and the WRs did what they had to do to catch the ball. I still would like to see more passes in the middle of the field...3. A third key is to start getting Douglas involved in the pass game. Just from memory, I don't remember seeing Harry even thrown at today. We gotta use his speed to our advantage, and we gotta use him to take some heat off of White. We gotta use our weapons, but hey, Roddy had the hot hand today so I guess it's OK. But from now on, Harry's gotta get involved.4. Going back to the first key, but focusing on Spoon and Dunta. IDK if you can tell, but I feel our defense is more up beat and has more swagger with Spoon in. I like what he brings to the table with his quickness off the edge and his overall speed. Also, he still hasn't shown his pass coverage skills yet. You can argue that he had the best pass coverage skills as a LB in this past draft. With Dunta, I feel that BVG and Smitty are a lot more comfortable blitzing with him in the game. We saw what happened to Chris Owens today, and I believe we missed Dunta. He also has that swagger and physicality to him that we all love. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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