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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 8:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I loved the clear display of speed when he was running to paydirt.

I didn't love how he looked like he had trouble stay balanced while even just running in a straight line Sad
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 8:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Flaccomania wrote:
sp6488 wrote:
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I loved the clear display of speed when he was running to paydirt.

I didn't love how he looked like he had trouble stay balanced while even just running in a straight line Sad


Huh? I've re-watched that play a bunch of times now and I don't see that at all. Perriman definitely has a unique stride but on that play he was pretty even throughout. The one caveat came from avoiding that weak diving tackle attempt.

Don't let hyperbole evolve into confirmation bias. I think you're still sour about Stanley actually being good. Cool

No, I don't really mean that.
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Flaccomania wrote:
sp6488 wrote:
#manimal


I loved the clear display of speed when he was running to paydirt.

I didn't love how he looked like he had trouble stay balanced while even just running in a straight line Sad


Huh? I've re-watched that play a bunch of times now and I don't see that at all. Perriman definitely has a unique stride but on that play he was pretty even throughout. The one caveat came from avoiding that weak diving tackle attempt.

Don't let hyperbole evolve into confirmation bias. I think you're still sour about Stanley actually being good. Cool

No, I don't really mean that.


hahahha

yeah after watching it, its not as bad as i thought. in real-time, he looked like he was about to fall on his face. though he still looked stiff as a board. straight line athlete, that's about it.

and yeah, today we totally saw that tunsil would have been the better choice. i'd make a great gm, right? Very Happy
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Flaccomania wrote:
coordinator0 wrote:
Flaccomania wrote:
sp6488 wrote:
#manimal


I loved the clear display of speed when he was running to paydirt.

I didn't love how he looked like he had trouble stay balanced while even just running in a straight line Sad


Huh? I've re-watched that play a bunch of times now and I don't see that at all. Perriman definitely has a unique stride but on that play he was pretty even throughout. The one caveat came from avoiding that weak diving tackle attempt.

Don't let hyperbole evolve into confirmation bias. I think you're still sour about Stanley actually being good. Cool

No, I don't really mean that.


hahahha

yeah after watching it, its not as bad as i thought. in real-time, he looked like he was about to fall on his face. though he still looked stiff as a board. straight line athlete, that's about it.

and yeah, today we totally saw that tunsil would have been the better choice. i'd make a great gm, right? Very Happy


I really liked Gabe Carimi a couple of years back Embarassed
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Flaccomania wrote:
hahahha

yeah after watching it, its not as bad as i thought. in real-time, he looked like he was about to fall on his face. though he still looked stiff as a board. straight line athlete, that's about it.

and yeah, today we totally saw that tunsil would have been the better choice. i'd make a great gm, right? Very Happy


Hey, I still liked Tunsil more than Stanley too. But either was fine with me. This game for Laremy was like Ronnie's game against the Steelers, albeit he was coming back from a fairly long absence.
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https://twitter.com/i/web/status/805601821754585089

20.68 MPH. That's like Quincy Enunwa fast Laughing

That was a great moment when Perriman caught the ball with daylight in front of him. I'm sure all of us were thinking the same thing: if Perriman is the guy he was billed to be then he was about to leave the defense in the dust, and he delivered.
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MM needs to be creative from here on out to get Perriman the balls in similar spots from here on out.
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M.10.E wrote:
MM needs to be creative from here on out to get Perriman the balls in similar spots from here on out.


The thing is though that Perriman has caught similar balls before -- it's just that this time there was a blown coverage which allowed him to just take off.
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Flaccomania wrote:
M.10.E wrote:
MM needs to be creative from here on out to get Perriman the balls in similar spots from here on out.


The thing is though that Perriman has caught similar balls before -- it's just that this time there was a blown coverage which allowed him to just take off.
I get you, I just mean crossing routes to get the corner away from Breshad for a quick second or so. We'll see how we do this week.
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coordinator0 wrote:
Flaccomania wrote:
sp6488 wrote:
#manimal


I loved the clear display of speed when he was running to paydirt.

I didn't love how he looked like he had trouble stay balanced while even just running in a straight line Sad


Huh? I've re-watched that play a bunch of times now and I don't see that at all. Perriman definitely has a unique stride but on that play he was pretty even throughout. The one caveat came from avoiding that weak diving tackle attempt.

Don't let hyperbole evolve into confirmation bias. I think you're still sour about Stanley actually being good. Cool

No, I don't really mean that.


Agreed about Perriman. I thought he looked like a smooth runner on that TD. He's got long, lengthy strides, which will probably make YAC hard when he's got defenders close to him. He's not going to have sharp cuts like Steve Smith Sr or Antonio Brown, but once he hits the open field, no one is going to catch him.

And people need to remember this is still his rookie season, with a whole year off through injury. I think we're only just starting to see what he's capable of.
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