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Nice to see. 

 

You can tell that is coached and very well. For them both to move together almost mirroring each other not even looking during live action.

 

The more I think about it the more it impresses me(gives me confidence in team).

 

More on the  coaching end though, because that is clearly something they worked on this week. For this particular opponents blitzes.

 

Small things like that get me jacked up thinking how in tune this team just might be.

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1 hour ago, danlhart87 said:

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And here Baldy breaks down the OL and Rivers relationship. He says both are playing at a high level and as long as they can keep him clean going forward he's gonna shine.

 

 

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