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 Post subject: how did Lane play?
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 Post subject: Re: how did Lane play?
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I saw him get hurt late in the game

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I thought Maxwell played well, too. He almost had a sweet pick.


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Tough to tell on regular TV as far as coverage, but he can definitely tackle.


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 Post subject: Re: how did Lane play?
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ChrisB Bacon wrote:
I saw him get hurt late in the game

Said it was just cramps on twitter. He looked good to me


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He played better than Sherman...

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 Post subject: Re: how did Lane play?
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He almost jumped a route and took one to the house. Otherwise he played well.

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The first ball they threw at him he was 1 inch away from the guy and batted it away. They never did much better after that. He played very well in coverage. He was right on his man the whole time.

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Sherman tweeted that Lane and Maxwell played well for what it is worth. I agreed with the broadcast, the Seahawks DB coach is pretty good. He has these guys coached up. Maybe Pete is helping out since he is an old DB coach but those 2 DB coaches seems to have the guys prepared well.

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 Post subject: Re: how did Lane play?
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I thought he played well.

I kind of thought Maxwell had the edge though.

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 Post subject: Re: how did Lane play?
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You know what's funny Doc Diags? You probably remember Kris Richard playing for us as well as I do, and he really sucked. I guess it goes to show that you don't have to be a great player to be a great coach, because I was bummed when they hired him as a coach. I thought the guys wouldn't respect him since many had played with him and beat him out on the practice field, but he seems to be a terrific coach and did a great job at USC as well. He has turned from a player to a soon to be highly sought after coach in a very short period of time. Much like Mel Tucker who wasn't playing all that long ago and is up for a ton of head coaching jobs now.

I think our coaching staff is very interesting. At DB coach we have Richard who was just not a very good pro player, but at LB coach we have Ken Norton, who was probably one of the top 20 LB's to play in the last 10-15-ish years. Just goes to show you that a coach is just somebody who communicates technique and understanding and helps others reach their best. It doesn't matter if you were a good or "bad" (and I use the term bad loosely, because the fact that Richard made the NFL says he is one of the top 1% of athletes on earth), all that matters is that you can get the important stuff across to the players. So good on Kris. He's done really well and I'm proud to see him back with the Hawks and doing such a terrific job. It probably feels like some really strong redemption for him.

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 Post subject: Re: how did Lane play?
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FlyingGreg wrote:
He played better than Sherman...


Bull kaka. Look who Sherman was defending.


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 Post subject: Re: how did Lane play?
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Stevie is underrated. Maybe he's not a true #1, but the dude can ball. He seems to be the one guy who is able to find a decent amount of success against Revis, even if he's not a truly elite talent, his floor doesn't seem to be very low.


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 Post subject: Re: how did Lane play?
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Stevie is a very good WR-give him props for his effort.Look at what Sherm did to Steve Smith but Stevie did some good things against him.Plus that one hand grab was impressive.They targeted him 12 times he caught 8,.That is impressive vs our secondary.

On Lane and Maxwell,I thought they were both solid.did thier jobs and got through the game ok.Now onto next week and hopefully Thurrmond is back.


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 Post subject: Re: how did Lane play?
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Maxwell I agree with post above looked better in Man. Lane is well coached and uses his body well and plays off a bit more. He looks somewhat like a young Trufant , both use body position a lot.

Overall both did pretty good but did get a fair amount of help.


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 Post subject: Re: how did Lane play?
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canzag wrote:
Stevie is a very good WR-give him props for his effort.Look at what Sherm did to Steve Smith but Stevie did some good things against him.Plus that one hand grab was impressive.They targeted him 12 times he caught 8,.That is impressive vs our secondary.

On Lane and Maxwell,I thought they were both solid.did thier jobs and got through the game ok.Now onto next week and hopefully Thurrmond is back.


But then who do we get to play the second series? Lane or Maxwell? They're going to have to keep an extra DB active even if WTIII is active because of the risk. They are probably wiser to activate Butler at WR and leave WTIII inactive and see if he can make it through training camp next year. If he can't, then you have to make the tough decision and give him the ol' DJ Hackett. Amazing when on the field, but not worth the risk and roster spot week in and week out.

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