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FISHINGURU

Good Luck Teddy!!

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greebs

Anybody remember a recent hof qb playing his last season of career and how bad looked behind a weak line?

Not saying that will be problem this year but line play makes a huge difference.

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LMITOUT

Three interceptions in practice yesterday (four if the defender wouldn't have dropped it).

Good luck Teddy is right!

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CaptainMusky

Its our ball hawking new d inspired by zimmer.

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FISHINGURU

Hard to know what really happens in practice, after all it is practice.

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CaptainMusky

You talk in, bout practice?

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LMITOUT

Two more INT's today!

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zepman

Norv has been stressing "getting the ball out quicker" all off-season long. I'm sure there is going to be some re-learning and adjusting to playing "faster" than he has in the past. Cassel the same thing...

Glad to see he's making the effort...mistakes should and almost HAVE to be made in order for him to take the next step.

A simple learning curve.....

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PurpleFloyd

Norv has been stressing "getting the ball out quicker" all off-season long. I'm sure there is going to be some re-learning and adjusting to playing "faster" than he has in the past. Cassel the same thing...

Glad to see he's making the effort...mistakes should and almost HAVE to be made in order for him to take the next step.

A simple learning curve.....

If the learning curve was easy Tarvaris Jackson would still be our starting QB

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zepman

Purple...

I wasn't implying that the learning curve was easy at all...that's just what he's fighting thru right now.

In fact, as a rookie QB in the NFL, the learning curve may be the most difficult one to attain as any position in all of sport.

Norv's pushing him hard...he's asking him to do things that feel unnatural to him right now. Failure on a play in training camp can be more important than success in reaching his full potential. Failure is a great teacher.

That potential may not be realized for a year or two...just like most of the franchise QB's we have in the league right now.

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FISHINGURU

I don't think anything was easy for Junkson, all you had to do is listen to the guy talk.

It's practice plain and simple, that's what practice is. They are looking to see what everyone can and can not do, they are running new plays, they are testing guys on the bubble. They are doing things they wouldn't do in a game.

If the coaches tell the QB to just throw it up because they want to see if this undrafted rookie WR can jump and fight for the ball and it ends up being an INT that isn't really on the QB. If the ball hits a guy right in the hands but pops out into the defenders hands that really isn't on the QB.

Now if he's over throwing the WR's by 10 yards right into the FS or SS hands, or making bad short throws right to a LB, that would be bad decisions and poor throws.

Saying a guy threw 2 or 3 INT's today in practice doesn't mean much.

If Johnny Foosball did it they'd be saying how daring and confident he is in his arm lol.

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CaptainMusky

If Johnny Foosball did it they'd be saying how daring and confident he is in his arm lol.

Isnt that the truth.

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LMITOUT

This is fun...

I think that even if Teddy doesn't throw anymore INT's in practice I'm going to report that he did just to see what excuses are trotted out here.

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Slabasaurus

This is fun...

I think that even if Teddy doesn't throw anymore INT's in practice I'm going to report that he did just to see what excuses are trotted out here.

next time make sure the number exceeds the number we're used to seeing our QB's toss up during an actual game.

3? Shiiiiiiit that's nothing! I bet Cassel/Ponder wrecking crew can toss up more than that in a last minute game losing drive!

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FISHINGURU

I have to admit that was some pretty nice progression from Teddy this week.

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nonteepical

Or a bad game last week, still shoulda picked johnny

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PurpleFloyd

He will be the bets QB in the division by the end of the year.

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CaptainMusky

The silence is deafening.

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Ybone

Yeah, why the silence, there's still plenty of things to complain about, Ponder, the defense, Darin Nelson from 30 years ago?

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FISHINGURU

Where are all them stat guys?

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CANOPY SAM

If I may politely interject? I'd say the kid looked pretty darn good last night! smile

I'm cautiously optimistic about the season. They're moving the ball pretty well, and the defense is stepping up nicely.

Just my two cents....

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CaptainMusky

Bigdave and LMIt are conspicuously absent. Right on cue.

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fishersofmen

He played more up to the hype last night for sure. Granted it was against Arizona's scrubs but at least he got things done. Cassel looked good again hopefully he can keep it up.

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corncob

I find it interesting that the announcers are much like some of the board members. They had Cassell anointed as the starter by half time, and were at a loss for :confused words by games end...... confused

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CaptainMusky

I don't think how Bridgewater played in the second half changes who the starter will be game 1. Cassel has played OK definitely hasn't lost the starting job if it was his to begin with but Bridgewater certainly opened some eyes that maybe they finally have a cutthroat qb. Time will tell on that but he was sharp and the last drive was nice regardless of who it was against.

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