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  • anton...
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    this is preseason...

    this is practice...

    players, even great ones, need to practice...

    they try new things, new moves, new techniques and thus are bound to get beat...

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  • Hoserman117
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    Jeez it's practice! Like he said, no pass rush, no safety help, and he's the only target. Game time situation Champ would shut him down completely.

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  • BRONCOS_OWN_U16
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    Originally posted by Broncosinindy View Post
    Word is out on champ HE gets killed on double move routes. this is preseason and i dont think it will hurt him this up coming year.
    thats because he tries to like jump every play and get picks since no one throws the ball his way

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  • Broncosinindy
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    Word is out on champ HE gets killed on double move routes. this is preseason and i dont think it will hurt him this up coming year.

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  • rcsodak
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    Originally posted by mb3playa View Post
    when sportswriters take the time to write a story about a cb getting beat in PRACTICE that really says something about him. HES A BEAST!
    You forgot the " "


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  • mb3playa
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    Originally posted by cutlerfan View Post
    Stanback not bragging about beating Bailey

    Rookie WR Isaiah Stanback played down the fact that he toasted All-Pro CB Champ Bailey during 1-on-1 drills.

    "He was guessing," Stanback said, explaining that the only reason he got open deep was because Bailey squatted in anticipation of a curl or crossing route.

    Stanback is smart to be humble. The last thing a rookie who hasn't even played in a preseason game needs to do is brag about getting the best of a superstar. And Stanback readily admits that receivers have a big edge in 1-on-1 drills, with no pass rush or safety help.

    Nevertheless, Bailey has built a Hall of Fame case in large part by squatting on routes and using his blazing speed to recover. To see Bailey fail to make up ground against a 6-2, 213-pound rookie was an eye opener.
    when sportswriters take the time to write a story about a cb getting beat in PRACTICE that really says something about him. HES A BEAST!

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  • T8KNOVR
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    Originally posted by silkamilkamonic View Post
    When did we sign Isaiah Stanbeck?
    I think he plays for Dallas not Denver

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  • silkamilkamonic
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    When did we sign Isaiah Stanbeck?

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  • WABronco
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    Isaiah's gonna be a beast if he can make the move to wideout. I'd say he was one of the best all-around athletes in the draft, and unlike previous QB-to-WR's (Randle El), he actually has some serious upside as a wide receiver.

    He'd be a nice project to have right now.

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  • cutlerfan
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    Stanback not bragging about beating Bailey

    Stanback not bragging about beating Bailey

    Rookie WR Isaiah Stanback played down the fact that he toasted All-Pro CB Champ Bailey during 1-on-1 drills.

    "He was guessing," Stanback said, explaining that the only reason he got open deep was because Bailey squatted in anticipation of a curl or crossing route.

    Stanback is smart to be humble. The last thing a rookie who hasn't even played in a preseason game needs to do is brag about getting the best of a superstar. And Stanback readily admits that receivers have a big edge in 1-on-1 drills, with no pass rush or safety help.

    Nevertheless, Bailey has built a Hall of Fame case in large part by squatting on routes and using his blazing speed to recover. To see Bailey fail to make up ground against a 6-2, 213-pound rookie was an eye opener.
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