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Believer
01-09-2007, 09:53 PM
Its airing on NFL Network now

Mecca
01-09-2007, 09:55 PM
Is he teaching them all how to hold the ball forever and get your blocked knocked off.

Count Alex's Losses
01-09-2007, 09:57 PM
This is a "how-to" on hitting your receivers in the hands with 19 of 24 passes.

Believer
01-09-2007, 10:02 PM
the Dan Marino-Peyton Manning school of "Its not MY fault!!"

jAZ
01-09-2007, 10:26 PM
Is he teaching them all how to hold the ball forever and get your blocked knocked off.
Is this something Green was doing a lot?

I ask because Arizona's QB Willie Tuitama had a similarly devastating hit early in the season. Our OL was young and crappy this year. He was blasted by an LSU defender in the 2nd game of the season and had a concussion. He was out for about 5 games, came back for a couple... did the same thing (held the ball too long), got blasted again. He was knocked out 3 times during the season in total.

Turns out after going to the Pittsburgh Concussion Clinic (or whatever it's called), they determined that he only suffered 1 concussion (instead of the 3 people were thinking at the time). He never fully recovered from the 1st concussion (which, for his career is much better than having 3 seperate ones).

Anyway, I just kinda wonder if the holding the ball too long is a concussion related problem. In Willie's case, they expect him to be vastly improved and 100% recovered after the off-season.

I wonder if the same can be said for Trent.

Believer
01-09-2007, 10:33 PM
Is this something Green was doing a lot?

I ask because Arizona's QB Willie Tuitama had a similarly devastating hit early in the season. Our OL was young and crappy this year. He was blasted by an LSU defender in the 2nd game of the season and had a concussion. He was out for about 5 games, came back for a couple... did the same thing (held the ball too long), got blasted again. He was knocked out 3 times during the season in total.

Turns out after going to the Pittsburgh Concussion Clinic (or whatever it's called), they determined that he only suffered 1 concussion (instead of the 3 people were thinking at the time). He never fully recovered from the 1st concussion (which, for his career is much better than having 3 seperate ones).

Anyway, I just kinda wonder if the holding the ball too long is a concussion related problem. In Willie's case, they expect him to be vastly improved and 100% recovered after the off-season.

I wonder if the same can be said for Trent.

No. No. No. Trent is an All-Pro. There are no flaws in his game!!!

bigfoot
01-09-2007, 11:18 PM
This is a "how-to" on hitting your receivers in the hands with 19 of 24 passes.

And hitting the defenders with 3 of 24.

SNR
01-09-2007, 11:39 PM
And hitting the defenders with 3 of 24.Actually, it's only 2 of 24. Part II of the seminar deals with not protecting the ball in the pocket, especially when you have your back turned to a blitzing defender.

bigfoot
01-10-2007, 02:19 AM
Actually, it's only 2 of 24. Part II of the seminar deals with not protecting the ball in the pocket, especially when you have your back turned to a blitzing defender.


Trent hit 3 colt defenders in the hands with the ball. 2 held on.

Chiefs_Fan
01-10-2007, 07:25 AM
It's on how to slide and not get hurt.