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« on: November 23, 2022, 08:35:10 EST »

I know he was off on some throws Saturday, but did get a TD and you have to admit that it wasn't an ideal situation to come into the game.

I am confident we can beat Vandy (boy it sounds weird to even say that) but obviously hoping the team we saw Saturday does NOT show up, but instead the one that has been in most every other game with the possible exception of Pittsburgh
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« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2022, 09:21:24 EST »

I know he was off on some throws Saturday, but did get a TD and you have to admit that it wasn't an ideal situation to come into the game.

I am confident we can beat Vandy (boy it sounds weird to even say that) but obviously hoping the team we saw Saturday does NOT show up, but instead the one that has been in most every other game with the possible exception of Pittsburgh
Part of the misses may have been the lack of work against the 1's 
He now has an entire week of taking snaps with the 1's so I expect improvement

I'm more concerned with the WRs
I expect Bru (ribs) and Ced (leg) to be out Saturday

If they are both out I suspect that Hyatt will move to the X and Squirrel will be the primary slot receiver with Keyton at the Z (he played well there last week)
As an aside, that puts three of our fastest receivers on the field, which matches up well with Milton's arm

Do I expect Milton to be perfect?  No, but I bet he throws between 60& and 70& completions and at least 3 TDs
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« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2022, 10:32:08 EST »

Part of the misses may have been the lack of work against the 1's 
He now has an entire week of taking snaps with the 1's so I expect improvement

I'm more concerned with the WRs
I expect Bru (ribs) and Ced (leg) to be out Saturday

If they are both out I suspect that Hyatt will move to the X and Squirrel will be the primary slot receiver with Keyton at the Z (he played well there last week)
As an aside, that puts three of our fastest receivers on the field, which matches up well with Milton's arm

Do I expect Milton to be perfect?  No, but I bet he throws between 60& and 70& completions and at least 3 TDs


Yah, we should be pretty good. Just gotta hope we don't have last Saturday's team show up.
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