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Old 10-13-2012, 11:32 PM   #126
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Look at Zane Beadles downfield getting a block that springs DT. Thats the most impressive thing I have ever seen from him. Just saying that is a hustling guard that gets that far into the second level. Hell thats like the 3rd level.
Hell yeah. Need some more of that on running plays.
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Old 10-16-2012, 02:00 AM   #127
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If Thomas catches it going into the endzone, he can't fumble.

I think Manning figured out the trick!
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Old 10-16-2012, 02:33 AM   #129
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Old 10-28-2012, 08:35 PM   #130
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Old 10-28-2012, 08:51 PM   #131
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He's getting dangerously close to being an elite receiver in this league.
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Old 10-28-2012, 09:00 PM   #132
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He's getting dangerously close to being an elite receiver in this league.
No, he IS an elite reciever. Through 3 quarters and change tonight Thomas had more recieving yards than ALL of the New Orleans Saints combined.
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No, he IS an elite reciever. Through 3 quarters and change tonight Thomas had more recieving yards than ALL of the New Orleans Saints combined.
and he is still figuring out how to play the position manning style. He's (by his admission) in kindergarden.
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and he is still figuring out how to play the position manning style. He's (by his admission) in kindergarden.
that is scary..
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and he is still figuring out how to play the position manning style. He's (by his admission) in kindergarden.
Thomas has a wonderful gift as a wide reciever, he is extremely humble and driven. I am not sure how he emerged from the car wreck that was his family situation as a child but it formed him into a guy who will not be satisfied with complete domination. The game tonight showed that he can not be covered 1 on 1, he is simply too big, too strong and too fast. He will find a way to beat you and all you have to do is get the ball to him.
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Old 10-28-2012, 09:20 PM   #137
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Thomas has a wonderful gift as a wide reciever, he is extremely humble and driven. I am not sure how he emerged from the car wreck that was his family situation as a child but it formed him into a guy who will not be satisfied with complete domination. The game tonight showed that he can not be covered 1 on 1, he is simply too big, too strong and too fast. He will find a way to beat you and all you have to do is get the ball to him.
I just how he mentally agile enough to play full on Manning ball.
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Old 10-28-2012, 09:58 PM   #139
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So glad we passed on Dez for Demaryius, as much as I hate McD he made a good choice taking him over Dez.

Hes a humble church mouse compared to Dez in terms of personality too.
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Old 10-28-2012, 10:41 PM   #140
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Wow has DT grown in the 7 games this year. He is getting to be dominant and he has so much more room to grow. Collingsworth made a point towards the middle of the third quarter about seeing DT run some great routes and giving Manning signals about when he is going to come out of his breaks. Showed a great replay of him chopping his feet and swinging his arms just before making his break, and bam the ball was there. He said Manning had been working on that with him.

Having Manning is so awesome.
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Thomas has a wonderful gift as a wide reciever, he is extremely humble and driven. I am not sure how he emerged from the car wreck that was his family situation as a child but it formed him into a guy who will not be satisfied with complete domination. The game tonight showed that he can not be covered 1 on 1, he is simply too big, too strong and too fast. He will find a way to beat you and all you have to do is get the ball to him.
unlike the train wreck he replaced,

I guess we can thank mikey for making promises of a big contract for the following spring and his resentment with Josh for not giving it to him..

and then Thank Josh for finding this gem and bringing him here.. as we get the beast that BM was without all the sideshow and arrests..
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So glad we passed on Dez for Demaryius, as much as I hate McD he made a good choice taking him over Dez.

Hes a humble church mouse compared to Dez in terms of personality too.
so far has not beat his grand mother.. a really good sign..

I watched part of the cowgirl game yesterday and dez dropped a couple of gimmies and was pissed that romo called him on it..
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Wow has DT grown in the 7 games this year. He is getting to be dominant and he has so much more room to grow. Collingsworth made a point towards the middle of the third quarter about seeing DT run some great routes and giving Manning signals about when he is going to come out of his breaks. Showed a great replay of him chopping his feet and swinging his arms just before making his break, and bam the ball was there. He said Manning had been working on that with him.

Having Manning is so awesome.
it is amazing just how far our receiving corp has come in so little time..

I guess having your OC/WR coach/QB on the field with them every snap makes a huge difference.. I just hope that Brock is paying attention to how it is supposed to be done..
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Wow has DT grown in the 7 games this year. He is getting to be dominant and he has so much more room to grow. Collingsworth made a point towards the middle of the third quarter about seeing DT run some great routes and giving Manning signals about when he is going to come out of his breaks. Showed a great replay of him chopping his feet and swinging his arms just before making his break, and bam the ball was there. He said Manning had been working on that with him.

Having Manning is so awesome.
it is amazing just how far our receiving corp has come in so little time..

I guess having your OC/WR coach/QB on the field with them every snap makes a huge difference.. I just hope that Brock is paying attention to how it is supposed to be done..
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Denver had the ball over 10 minutes longer than NO

Denver average gain 7.5 yards per play

Denver average gain rushing 5.5 yards per play

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get rid of the fumbleroskis and he is a great WR..
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Old 10-29-2012, 10:34 AM   #149
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DT is making the strides one step at a time. I said this earlier this year when I was highly critical of his play. He was not doing the little things right and now he is doing way better at that. He is still not there, but his performances are getting better every game and his blocking is solid as hell too. Guy is going to be a complete WR and an elite target as well if he keeps this up.

Decker has also been money playing with Manning. Let's not forget that as well. Overall, the WR corp is getting better and more comfortable with the scheme, the no huddle, and the timing with Manning. Add in a real running game, one capable of taking over a game and making PA a real threat, and this offense is going to remain as lethal as it was last night.

Nothing like giving the defense the lead for once and watching what they can do going the other way. Just look at OAK and NO games when DEN got the lead early and stood on the gas. They simply put away teams on both sides of the ball. Going to be very good down the stretch with this formula.
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Wow has DT grown in the 7 games this year. He is getting to be dominant and he has so much more room to grow. Collingsworth made a point towards the middle of the third quarter about seeing DT run some great routes and giving Manning signals about when he is going to come out of his breaks. Showed a great replay of him chopping his feet and swinging his arms just before making his break, and bam the ball was there. He said Manning had been working on that with him.

Having Manning is so awesome.
as much as DT talks about Manning taking him to school like he was in kindergarten i would hope that they have great chemistry brewing.
it's really good to see the maturation of the WR's and improvement from them this year.

Manning really is like having a coach on the playing field.
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