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1 hour ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

Couldn't agree more so far, very good decision making so far and spreading it around. 

I mentioned in another thread that it's a great opportunity to go after them with passing. They're not great vs the pass in the first place, and have 3 starting DBs dinged up. It's awesome they are trusting JB to attack those things.

 

While I want us to impose the run a little more in the 2nd half, I hope they keep letting JB throw it. I love it that most of the passes seem to be 1st reads that are not TY. Only a few play calls were bad by Reich, and overall I love the game plan thus far.

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1 minute ago, EastStreet said:

Ebron hurdling... love it.

Glad he seems to have shaken off the drops and getting into rhythm. 

 

Pascal having quite a game. Making Houston pay for all the attention they are paying to TY.

Our second best wr

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