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    Pre-Season Week #2 vs Philadelphia



    What will you all be watching for?? Here are some specific things, I'll be paying close attention to:

    - Ngata's effectiveness, being out on an NFL field for the 1st time

    - Whether or not McNair can continue some of what he started on Friday

    - The effectiveness of our DT depth (which was very solid last game)

    - How fast we get after the QB, and how we protect our's

    - How our depth at DB seems to be working out

    - Whether our quality depth/success at RB will continue

    - How DWill seems to be progressing, along with whether or not aligator arms has progressed at all

    - And obviously, NO INJURIES!!




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    I think that pretty much sums it up. Ross will be interesting to watch on kick returns, he needs to be impressive if he is going to dethrown Sams. Also, I want to see more from Koch, I'm not comfortable with him punting for us yet.




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    #1. Can our O-line can stand up against a legit pass rush?

    The end.




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    1. No Injuries


    1000. Everything else.

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    I don't expect another march down the field on the first play. Here are what I will pay attention to (as the TV allows):

    1. Our 1st and 2nd string OL play.

    2. Can Musa follow up with another good performance.

    3. Can PJ Daniels hold on to the ball.

    4. Sam Koch stepping up an owning his punting job.

    5. McNair not doing too much rushing out of the pocket and giving me a heart attack.

    6. Interested to see how Boller responds to his last outing.

    7. NGATA!

    8. Who amongst Darling, Moore, Bryant, and Ten Dresses will pull from the pack an seize the 4th and 5th WR jobs.

    9. What will Pittman do at nickel.

    10. Landry and Sapp battle for safety.


    Everything else, I am not concerned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleRulz
    I don't expect another march down the field on the first play. Here are what I will pay attention to (as the TV allows):

    1. Our 1st and 2nd string OL play.

    2. Can Musa follow up with another good performance.

    3. Can PJ Daniels hold on to the ball.

    4. Sam Koch stepping up an owning his punting job.

    5. McNair not doing too much rushing out of the pocket and giving me a heart attack.

    6. Interested to see how Boller responds to his last outing.

    7. NGATA!

    8. Who amongst Darling, Moore, Bryant, and Ten Dresses will pull from the pack an seize the 4th and 5th WR jobs.

    9. What will Pittman do at nickel.

    10. Landry and Sapp battle for safety.


    Everything else, I am not concerned.
    Well said...this is what I want to see. NO INJURIES!
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    - McNair needs to pick up where he left off

    - No injures

    - Jamal NEEDS to pick up where he left off.

    - Everyone needs to stay healthy

    - Ngata needs to bust up the o-line, and alow Ray to do what he does best.

    - Health

    - Clarence Moore needs to look good out there, mostly for competition sakes.

    - No injury’s

    - Our DB's need to play a shut down game.

    - Health




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    No injuries and that's my main thing to be concerned about.

    I might pay attention to the offensive and defensive lines, but all I care about is that no one significant gets injured.




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    Thing that I'll be looking for is Adam Terry to have another top notch outing. From what I've seen he did an excellent job shutting down Osi Umenyiora, very impressed with his play against one of the best REs in the league and I hope my boy keeps on proving the doubters wrong.

    His run blocking again wasn't over powering but he positioned himself superbly, one run in particular where Jamal got a good run off of left guard or off the centre's left side (can't remember which), Terry clearly didn't have the leg drive to push Umenyiora off the line but he positioned himself superbly and just turned Osi away from the play, that's just as effective and was very pleasing to see that Adam wasn't trying to incorporate a part of his game that just isn't there




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    Re: Pre-Season Week #2 vs Philadelphia

    I'll be looking for:

    - Drew Olson. If he doesn't do anything here, he's headed for the P Sq
    - More success from Jamal. To extend that, more of a rhythm between Jamal, MA, and Musa.
    - DVD or Clarence Moore to step up. Demterius Williams is our #3, done, but we still need a #4
    - Ngata to DOMINATE...ok, just do well.
    - Sapp vs Landry, someone needs to step up
    - Koch vs Araguz, someone needs to step up
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    Re: Pre-Season Week #2 vs Philadelphia

    Some things I will look for:

    Atleast one sustained drive from McNair.

    Improvement from Mike Anderson. Hopefully he gets some time in with the first team.

    The 1st OL picks up where it left off last week.

    Improvement from the 2nd OL.

    What cant Demetrius Williams do?

    Can our new passing O hang with the Eagle's dominant secondary?

    Ngata. Show us what you can do big guy!

    And of course, NO INJURIES!!
    "This year, our attitude when we’re on the field is we’re attacking, we want to put points on the board and then let our defense pin their ears back and have at it."
    -Mark Clayton




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    Re: Pre-Season Week #2 vs Philadelphia

    Our secondary will be what I pay attention to. They didn't show me much of anything last game.




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