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    Jackson gets some rare playing time


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    Re: Jackson gets some rare playing time

    And did pretty good

    he did look more confortable in the pocket this time

    Kinda helps when you actually have a pocket and healthy WRs :P


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    Re: Jackson gets some rare playing time

    My perfect game dream played out this week.. I posted almost exactly what actually happened in this weeks game, earlier in a thread this week.



    We had our demanding lead at the end of the 3rd Q.
    And coaches where able to take BF out and plug in TJ.
    I was happy with TJ's play, and even happier for him as a player, to see him hook up with Rice on that sweet TD play.....
    Nice Job TJ


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    Re: Jackson gets some rare playing time

    Very nice to see Jackson holding his own out there.
    He still looks a bit jumpy and not nearly on the same level of comfort as Favre, but he is still young..not to mention Favre is roughly a 37 year NFL veteran.
    Watching Favre for one or two seasons should do nothing but help him further develop.


    One thing that I couldn't believe I read was TJack's comment regarding Favre:

    "It's good to be able to watch a guy like that because of the way he plays. He's a guy who makes plays out of nothing. It's similar to what I do."

    Sorry Tjack.
    We love you (a lot of us anyways) but please don't ever say anything retarded like that again.
    Thank you.

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    Re: Jackson gets some rare playing time

    LOL

    I saw that too

    I see where he is coming from.. But it's not really all that simular

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    Re: Jackson gets some rare playing time

    I'm done with TJ.



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    Re: Jackson gets some rare playing time

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    Very nice to see Jackson holding his own out there.
    He still looks a bit jumpy and not nearly on the same level of comfort as Favre, but he is still young..not to mention Favre is roughly a 37 year NFL veteran.
    Watching Favre for one or two seasons should do nothing but help him further develop.


    One thing that I couldn't believe I read was TJack's comment regarding Favre:

    "It's good to be able to watch a guy like that because of the way he plays. He's a guy who makes plays out of nothing. It's similar to what I do."

    Sorry Tjack.
    We love you (a lot of us anyways) but please don't ever say anything Challenged Hillbilly Lover'd like that again.
    Thank you.
    Interesting quote but I don't think TJ was talking about what he has done in the NFL with respect to "making plays out of nothing".

    Lets not forget, this kid basically played for the backwoods scrub team when it comes to "Passing Schemes".
    My guess is that he was talking about what he did in that area.

    By the way, he didn't invent that "Jump Pass" play.
    He probably either learned it from watching a certain Vikings starter do it 100 times or he learned it out of necesity down playing in that scrub league.
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    Re: Jackson gets some rare playing time

    By the way, thanks for the read my friend.

    "Right now we're just taking it a week at a time," he said. "[size=10pt]We had no idea I was going to play today[/size], but they did a great job of getting up big early and I got the opportunity."
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    Re: Jackson gets some rare playing time

    TJ is good off the bench.
    “What takes a quarterback to the next level is not arm strength or mobility or any of that stuff. It’s the ability to play on critical downs. Manage third downs, or red zones or four-minute or two-minute situations"
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