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It is not just Coby TEs have only 2 catches

 

The team has 260 yards of offense, 16 first downs, about to hit 20 points, (presumably), and aside from some mistakes have been unstoppable. If the TEs don't figure in so far, oh well. Just keep moving the ball and scoring points. That's all that matters.

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I really want to see him emerge as an impact player. Seems he's fallen off a bit, maybe partially influenced by a plethora of weaponry on our team. 

 

Most of us do. Just, during the game when we're in control, I couldn't care less who's getting work. 

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The team has 260 yards of offense, 16 first downs, about to hit 20 points, (presumably), and aside from some mistakes have been unstoppable. If the TEs don't figure in so far, oh well. Just keep moving the ball and scoring points. That's all that matters.

I agree! With all the weapons we have everyone can't shine every game. Te' and rb's were huge last week. I think they will spread the wealth throughout the year. Take what teams give us.

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