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2021 Preseason Game #3: Colts at Lions, Friday, Aug. 27st, 7pm ET


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2 minutes ago, Wentzszn said:

Reich needs to let Eason throw deep more.

Eason really stands tall there.

If the Oline can keep pressure off him throwing deep is off the table. 
 

Good on Eason for standing tall and taking that hit to make the play. Well done. 

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Just now, TimetobringDfence! said:

Shawn Davis is looking better than Odum by far.

When we drafted him, I said he was a guy that could play either S position in our scheme, and could likely challenge Willis early for snaps at SS. He was pretty darn good in college, and should benefit from our scheme. Stinks he had to deal with injuries. 

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1 minute ago, Wentzszn said:

I don’t see any of the panicking in the pocket when a rush is coming. That was supposed to be a weaknsss.

 

 

 

I'm not sure he panics a lot. it's more general pocket presence. 

the O he came from wasn't near as quick hit as ours, so I think it's much easier for him to stand tall.

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