conference defending how is unit has done. In the second half of football games struggled mightily in the second half over the last three ..... to churn out the clock keep those chains moving and run the football well. Even when the other team knows what you're doing.
that down Did excel against Chris Paul I think bring it on Chris Palmer aggression while wearing your post secrets dress up as football for the entirety. I was that they but he will definitely car or a very passively like it in my dress up another hit maybe
slower than others promote that there's so many people playing at this pace now this this is the trend. And at all levels of football . So. We're equipped to pit calls and very quickly that it's built and our system that's what we do. Well as you continue
front. I think the type scheme that they run fits his running style. He does a great job with these patients. And run the football and indeed able to pick your spots and pick Soft spots in the defense and you know give insider or were used to speedy around
would like to be would be eight now after playing eight games. I think we're a good spot. Six and two who were playing good football . Then you watch the tape and see things that doesn't team can improve that every coach's. We as coaches can improve that
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offense on November the seventeenth. I think it can't be a football decision I think it's got to be a health decision. And if ..... mean it's not that easy and this is a human problem not a football problem and it's not like they have. Literally missed him
received some good news from a specialist in Los Angeles earlier this week. Who told him that he's allowed to ramp up his football activity I think it's closer and closer to a return to the playing field. As a reminder he's missed all of this season
office and easily. Have sleep you know. This terms and he still grinding and taken the right notes and an understanding. Football and you know you can walk in and who starts Marlon. you know he's a lot of he's not sleeps on me this again that you respect
they love to play again before also liked to have DelHomme anytime you get a chance to get on the field. 1213 minute those football lick our crew those like like the team. We have here him. There you always be on the you bring your a game and I think that
field position is it always is will be a big factor in this football game so. We're we're excited not get an opportunity place ..... last couple weeks I mean this is this is a explosive offensive football team that can gain a lot of yards to put a lot of points on
that's most important part. Yeah. And I think it's great fun. We'll see about and yeah. I don't think we'll. Football I don't lofted it up my helmet and shoulder pads and petrified at Saint Petersburg. What set and ready to go.
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