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  1. #121
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    Re: Monday Night Football



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  2. #122
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    Re: Monday Night Football

    Ball game.
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  3. #123
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    Re: Monday Night Football

    Cary Williams big play




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    Great play by Cary

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    Re: Monday Night Football

    Quote Originally Posted by ursula View Post
    Cary Williams big play

    Yes it was!!!
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    Cary Williams...nice play.




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    Re: Monday Night Football

    Glad to see Cary playing well.




  8. #128

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    I know fans here liked to shit on Cary but having him here would have certainly pushed Graham nicely down the depth chart.




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    Re: Monday Night Football

    Quote Originally Posted by s.r.genovese View Post
    I know fans here liked to shit on Cary but having him here would have certainly pushed Graham nicely down the depth chart.
    Graham had a hell of a season last year and was tasked with covering one of the quickest and most savvy route runners in the NFL. I was disappointed in Graham, but I was more disappointed in Dean Pees because that is a piss poor match up and everyone knew it. As soon as they moved Webb over to Welker, he didn't produce nearly as much.

    I am hoping that Graham can get back on track.

    I can't wait for Asa to get back though. He looked like the real deal to me.
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    Re: Monday Night Football

    People forget the times that Cary bit on double moves or got burned by WRs last year. It happened about half the time.
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  11. #131

    Re: Monday Night Football

    I had to read my son a goodnight story (Bunnicula is a classic), so I missed what Cary did. Anyone care to explain?




  12. #132

    Re: Monday Night Football

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Graham had a hell of a season last year and was tasked with covering one of the quickest and most savvy route runners in the NFL. I was disappointed in Graham, but I was more disappointed in Dean Pees because that is a piss poor match up and everyone knew it. As soon as they moved Webb over to Welker, he didn't produce nearly as much.

    I am hoping that Graham can get back on track.

    I can't wait for Asa to get back though. He looked like the real deal to me.
    He looked a step slower than last year; hopefully that was the matchup and not a sign of declining skills. It was only one game, like you said.




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