Reggie... you're making it hard.... (1 Viewer)

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Just because I record most kickoffs and punts in the hopes of catching a run back...instead...this week... I caught.... Bush's butterfingers.

I have high hopes that he will get 2 TDs on runbacks when I am videoing next home game.

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But.... I did get Meachem on a nice 40 yard return.... So that's something anyway!

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Hmm...on the first return, if he does not drop the football, he has a huge lane, open field and probably no one on the Lions' team capable of preventing him from reaching the endzone. It magnifies the fumble there. I expect he'll play better this week.
 
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On that Meachem return, had he just gunned towards the center of the field instead of juking at the 35 yard line, he could have possibly broken it all the way. he would have made it inside a blocker...he did have a lions defender coming up on a good angle from behind, but I think his speed might have given him the edge.
 

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LOL, you should really consider changing the title of this thread...
 

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im tired of these threads

True, a fan may not want to rehash these discouraging moments...

But I guarantee you that the coaches studied all three of these plays this past week mainly because we will either win or lose a few games this year based on the outcome of such plays.

I applaud the OP and I still applaud Reggie ever chance I get! :9:
 

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Just because I record most kickoffs and punts in the hopes of catching a run back...instead...this week... I caught.... Bush's butterfingers.

I have high hopes that he will get 2 TDs on runbacks when I am videoing next home game.
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nice videos....you should post those more often.....they are great quality and it looks like you have some awesome seats
 

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Thanks for the videos! Nice angle, almost like coach's film.
 

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Hmm...on the first return, if he does not drop the football, he has a huge lane, open field and probably no one on the Lions' team capable of preventing him from reaching the endzone. It magnifies the fumble there.

Not really. Even if he doesn't drop it, the first defender caused him to turn his body, which slowed him down and allowed the other 2 defenders to close on him. The only way he could've made it is if the first defender doesn't make him twist. But if he doesn't twist, he's probably tackled then instead. He needed 2 things on that return: 1 more block and Stick'Um.

nolascratch, don't worry about the Negative Nancies. These are great videos to be able to see because from your angle you can really see the play develop as opposed to on TV. Thanks and keep 'em coming.
 

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