1. Eric Ebron, TE, UNC
2. David Yankey, G, Stanford
3. Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
4. Kareem Martin, DE, UNC
5. Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU
6. De'Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon
You can't put both TD's completely on Brown, Infact I'd say he was less to blame then some of the other culprits:
TD1- Giants were in a Tampa 2 zone, Brown was forced to stay on on top of the TE who was the first receiver to break open in his zone while Webster played shallow underneath. Meanwhile Gordon was on the complete other side of the field only to have his route drift back over to Browns side of the field. However at the time of the throw it was clear Blackburn and Rolle had picked up responsibility
TD2- Webster wiffed on a jam at the line which in turn did not give Brown enough time to get over the top. Also although Webster was in a trail technique, he was still in man and needed to stay tighter with Gordon.
Last edited by juice33s; 10-10-2012 at 11:19 PM.
Lol. So what we have learned here is that saying Wilson runs a 3.9 is ridiculous and we've all been had. This has to be a joke. Well played. By the way, Brown admitted he was at fault for the 1st TD.
It's not his responsibility for any underneath routes that break free. His job is to be the deepest defender at all times on his side of the field. So that play is entirely his fault.
The 2nd TD his angle to the receiver/ball was wrong. That was his play to make, and he was close enough to make it.
I made a mistake, I said it was Trindon Holliday who was teammates at florida with Demps, it was Chris Rainey.
Rainey ran a 4.45 at the combine, which makes it even more ridiculous.
As Mayock said, the rumors say Rainey raced Demps and beat him twice.
So a player who ran 4.45 at the combine is faster than a guy who won an olympic medal for running. Id say Rainey more likely runs sub 4.3, perhaps closer to 4.2. But just ran poorly at the combine. His proday time was a 4.35, which is better, but still slow for someone who is olympic sprinter fast.