Here's another related article:Hopkins said Thomas would text him and ask him for tips. When asked how that came about, Hopkins replied, "From me playing good football and him liking it, I guess."
.... When asked how that came about, Hopkins replied, "From me playing good football and him liking it, I guess." Hopkins raised his eyebrow as he said it but kept a straight face while the media broke out laughing.
I'm glad to read in that article that the Saints want Thomas to use, or at least attempt to use two hands on every catch, because that has been bugging me. That catch today could've been with two hands. The catch the article embedded of the Hopkins one handed is a good example of a catch that just about had to be one handed. I think one handers get attention, but that's not sound technique. It's much easier to jar balls loose and drop them with one hand, in addition to the point that Drew and Payton made about drawing flags.It looks like the article is a tiny inset on the upper right hand corner.
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