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Good looking 1st drive, but what's with all the drops?  Good kick by Vinny to get us on the board first.

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Good got worked on that last play.

That was Fleener.  Good has actually been playing well so far.  Thornton, on the other hand, isn't having a great game so far

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That sack on Hasselbeck given up by Thornton appeared to be a coverage sack in which Hasselbeck probably waited a bit to long and should have taken off and slid. Will check that out later but right now without benefit of all 22 I'd put that on Matt though the stat will go on Thornton

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